Gravitational waves discovery would open up new world of science

Gravitational waves discovery would open up new world of science Scientists across the world are giddy at the prospect that the final piece in the puzzle emerging from Einstein’s theory of general relativity will fall into place on Friday. Every single prediction from Einstein’s 1915 theory has been proven by direct experimental evidence – except one: the existence of gravitational…

What a world with 5G will look like

What will a world with 5G look like?   Your smartphone will have a faster connection, for sure. But that just scratches the surface of what 5G could be capable of. Everyone in the wireless industry agrees that 5G is coming by the end of the decade. But what will it be used for? That’s still up in the air….

Londoner Alexanda Kotey ‘identified’ as member of Mohammed Emwazi’s Isis group

Reports say US intelligence has confirmed man who grew up in west London was part of ‘Beatles’ group that oversaw be headings Sunday 7 February 2016 15.04 GMTLast modified on Sunday 7 February 201615.40 GMT A member of the Islamic State group that oversaw the detention and beheading of western hostages in Syria has been identified as a 32-year old Londoner, according…

Taiwan earthquake: Dozen still trapped and 11 dead after 17-storey building collapses – but baby among the 200 pulled alive from rubble

Dozen still trapped and 11 dead after 17-storey building collapses – but baby among the 200 pulled alive from rubble Above the issues raised in the complex structure destroyed by 6.4 magnitude earthquake Chris Graham, and Barney Henderson 05:20 GMT February 6, 2016 Comments11 Comments This page will automatically update every 90 seconds Off On • 6.4-magnitude quake strikes southern…

Report: US may reverse policy of dealing with Pakistan, India separately

Report: US may reverse policy of dealing with Pakistan, India separately After seven years the United States has decided to deal with Pakistan and India without a special mention of the bilateral relations, it is considering to change its previous decision. The Foreign Ministry said the government of former US President George W. Bush and Barack Obama’s “de-hyphenated” its relations…

Indian minister: No reason to distrust Pakistan

Rajnath Singh said India should wait for Pakistan’s actions; Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan new Gautam Bambawale arrive in Islamabad; He says it is a message of friendship and intentions of improving bilateral relations   New Delhi: Union Home Secretary Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said there is no reason not to trust Pakistan against collateral linked to the “effective action”…

7 cynical reasons Pakistanis have for why Netflix just won’t work in Pakistan

The idea for Netflix came to its co-founder, former math teacher turned businessperson, Reed Hastings, when he ended up paying late fines for a movie rental totalling twice the cost of the actual DVD. Here, Netflix began life some 18 years ago as an online DVD rental mail-order service that offered its users some unheard of conveniences. Netflix soon skyrocketed in popularity, leaving…

Pakistan welcomes Saudi ‘anti-terror’ coalition

 ISLAMABAD (AFP) – Pakistan on Thursday welcomed Saudi Arabia s initiative to form a military coalition of 34 countries to fight “terrorism” in the Islamic world. The gesture came as Saudi Foreign Minister Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir met with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad. Pakistan welcomes Saudi ‘anti-terror’ coalition Riyadh announced the formation of the coalition last month signalling a…

Pathankot Update: US ‘Expects’ Pakistan To Target Terrorists Behind Indian Air Force Base Attack

Pathankot Update: US ‘Expects’ Pakistan To Target Terrorists Behind Indian Air Force Base Attack Indian army soldiers patrol on the perimeter of an air force base in Pathankot on Jan. 4, 2016.PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES/NARINDER NANU/AFP UPDATE: 5:55 a.m. EST — Six militants who attacked an Indian air force base Saturday have been killed, Indian Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar said Tuesday,…

Nvidia Announces New Drive PX 2 ‘Supercomputer In A Lunchbox’ For Self-Driving Cars

  Following last year’s Drive CX, Nvidia just announced an updated version of its computing platform for self-driving cars, the Drive PX 2. Compared to last year’s model, this is a much more powerful beast, able to process data from 12 video cameras and other sensors in real time to make educated driving decisions. The company calls it a supercomputer,…

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