Technology

Gmail Is Getting A New Look!

It’s been 18 years since Gmail came into service. Since then it has taken shape of the largest email service on the planet with 1.5 billion daily users. Now, to celebrate its 18th birthday Google is giving the mail service a new look by integrating its other platforms like Meet, Chat, and Space with it.

A 25-Ton Chinese Rocket Is Falling Back To Earth

Approximately 66 million years ago, an asteroid named ‘Chicxulub’ hit the earth and ended the age of dinosaurs. Now, almost the same thing is about to happen when a Chinese rocket named ‘Long March 5-B’ is going to hit the earth somewhere at a speed of thousands of miles per hour. The only difference between the two events is the first one wiped out 99% of life on the planet while the chances of the second one causing a casualty or injury are 1 in 10000.

NASA Will Send More Helicopters To Mars

If you ever heard about the ‘Ingenuity’ helicopter then fine, but if you didn’t, then let us tell you that it’s a small helicopter sent by NASA to Mars along with the ‘Perseverance’ rover. Though its main purpose was to just test the idea of ‘helicopter working on Mars’, unexpectedly it performed so well in all areas that NASA considers replacing rovers with helicopters in the next Mars missions.

Facebook’s Revenue Dropped For The First Time

A ‘Billion Dollar’ mark is something people usually don’t like to use with words like ‘fall’ or ‘drop’ because it is an industry standard of recognizing something as extremely successful. But somehow something very odd happens in the recent days and that is Facebook, a $562 billion company lost its revenue consecutively in the second quarter. Here we came up with the most distinguished figures after digging down deep in the reports published by the company.

Saudi Arabia Reveals 100-Mile Long Smart City

Want to know what the cities of the future will look like? Just carry-on reading because today we are going into detail about the world’s first smart city whose plan was revealed by Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman. The prince is also known to have plans to build his nation a modern and technological one, but with this mega project of ‘The Line’- his nation will surpass all others on the planet.

Meet The New iOS 16

Apple releases its major iOS update like clockwork in September of every year with the release of the new iPhone. Last month we told you everything you need to know about the coming iPhone 14 lineup, now we gathered all the information about the iOS 16 to let you meet all the new features that are coming to your phone.

Pentagon Officially Started Looking For UFOs

Pentagon is soon opening a new section dedicated exclusively to investigate UFO (Unidentified Flying Objects) sightings according to a statement released by the US Department of Defense. The new section will collect, analyze and conclude all the data gathered from all the branches of DOD including the Army, Navy, and Air force.

Musk Vs. Twitter Trial To Begin In October

If you are a nerdy twitter user or an Elon Musk fan or critic you must come across the news of Twitter suing Musk for backing off from the Musk-Twitter Deal (due to the uncertain amount of Spam Accounts on the platform), and Musk’s asking the court to delay the trial until the next year. So the latest update in this Musk-Twitter saga is Elon Musk losing the first legal battle because the Judge ruled in the favor of Twitter and announced that the expedited 5-day trial will start in October.

The Oldest Galaxy Ever Seen

If you’ve been following the astronomy community on the internet you’ve likely come across a story about the James Webb Space Telescope’s latest find: The “oldest galaxy we’ve ever seen”. Yes, just a week after its first images were shown to the world, the James Webb Space Telescope may have found a galaxy that existed 13.5 billion years ago, a scientist who analyzed the data said Wednesday.

Snapchat For Web Is Here!

Unlike many other social media platforms, Snapchat has been available only on mobile since its launch over a decade ago. But on Monday, the company launched a web-based version of the popular messaging app. The goal is to give users the freedom to switch between their phones and computers, all while continuing their conversations on the platform.

Netflix’s Latest Anti-Password Sharing Update

Back in April, Netflix made it clear that it wants to make password and account sharing a paid practice. Now, the streaming platform has an update on how it plans to implement paid sharing. According to this update, Netflix will prompt users to pay an additional fee if they use an account on a TV or TV-connected device at a location outside their primary household for over two weeks. Each additional home will cost an extra $1.17 USD to $2.99 USD depending upon the region.

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