Five key moments from the big tech grilling – Sci-Tech news

  • Five key moments from the big tech grilling

    The heads of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google faced accusations of bias and unfair competition.




  • The best games of 2020 so far, ranked

    We have been playing a lot of video games – here are our favourites of the year so far

  • iOS 14’s best privacy feature is catching apps’ vast data grabs

    Apple’s operating system hasn’t been released to the public yet but its new permission notifications are shaming app devs into cleaning up their act

  • Airport testing won’t save Britain’s summer holidays

    “People are most likely to be infected in the airport, or plane, or coach to the resort on the way out and the way back”




  • A glass tech breakthrough could turn a Rolex into a smartwatch

    After more than 15 years of research, this company has discovered a way to embed smart payment technology inside sapphire crystal, which means that potentially any luxury watch could become a wearable

  • Facebook set to add official music videos from artists to take on YouTube 

    Facebook is taking on YouTube by adding official music videos to its platform in the US. The clips will be added to Facebook Watch, as well as the artists’ pages. The rollout is set for August 1.

  • 'Space butterfly' is giant gas bubble floating in Milky Way

    The striking planetary nebula, known as NGC 2899, appears to float and flutter across the sky in this pristine image from ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile.

  • Amazon wins FCC approval for Kuiper internet constellation

    Amazon won approval from the Federal Communications to build is $10 billion Kuiper internet constellation of 3,236 satellites (stock) that would compete with Elon Musk’s Starlink network.




  • Microsoft 'in talks' to buy Chinese-owned TikTok

    As President Donald Trump wrestles with the decision to ban TikTok in the US, Microsoft could be in talks with the Chinese-owned video app to acquirer the platform.

  • Two in hospital after getting infections spread by tick bites 

    This is the first record of a UK-acquired case of babesiosis and the second case of TBE being acquired in the UK, Public Health England (PHE) said.

  • Archaeologist says 3,000-year-old clay heads are of God's face

    An archaeologist claims three clay heads depict the earliest images of God. The figures date back 3,000 years and were uncovered in Israel along with horse statues, which align with biblical scripture.

  • Archaeologist claims 3,000-year-old clay heads depict God's face- but other experts reject the claim

    An archaeologist claims three clay heads depict the earliest images of God. The figures date back 3,000 years and were uncovered in Israel along with horse statues, which align with biblical scripture.

  • Global cooling 13,000 years ago caused by volcanic eruptions

    Analysis of chemicals found in the soil at Hall’s Cave in the Texas Hill Country found the climate cooled due to volcanic activity and not from a meteorite impact.

  • 3D filming shows human sperm swimming in corkscrew motion

    Developed by scientists led from Bristol, the method has overturned a 350-year-old belief that sperm tails lash ‘with a snakelike movement, like eels in water.’

  • Global cooling 13,000 years ago was caused by ancient volcanic eruptions

    Analysis of chemicals found in the soil at Hall’s Cave in the Texas Hill Country found the climate cooled due to volcanic activity and not from a meteorite impact.

  • 3D filming technique reveals how human sperm really swim - in a corkscrew motion like otters

    Developed by scientists led from Bristol, the method has overturned a 350-year-old belief that sperm tails lash ‘with a snakelike movement, like eels in water.’

  • Car of the future from German firm reassembles like Lego

    Although just concept drawings for now, eBussy is due to launch in the UK next year with a starting price of around £14,000.

  • Two people in hospital after getting infections spread by a tick bite 

    This is the first record of a UK-acquired case of babesiosis and the second case of TBE being acquired in the UK, Public Health England (PHE) said.

  • The Purpose Of COVID-19 Censorship: Don’t Allow ‘Both Sides Of The Argument’

    Academics have clearly articulated the modus operandi for mass censorship of opposing views: when “the science tells us that there’s only one side”, then “avoid presenting ‘both sides of the argument’”. This is the pinnacle of Scientism and Technocracy, and fully explains why COVID-19 critics are being ‘canceled’.
    This also explains who is in control of the entire COVID-19 narrative, namely, Technocrats. It also demonstrates that Climate Chan

  • Amazon wins FCC approval for Kuiper internet constellation consisting of some 3,200 satellites

    Amazon won approval from the Federal Communications to build is $10 billion Kuiper internet constellation of 3,236 satellites (stock) that would compete with Elon Musk’s Starlink network.

  • 'Space butterfly' created by a giant bubble of gas floating through the Milky Way

    The striking planetary nebula, known as NGC 2899, appears to float and flutter across the sky in this pristine image from ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile.

  • Military To ‘Joint Venture’ With CDC To Distribute Coming Vaccines

    Technocrats at the CDC and Technocrats at the Pentagon are teaming with Technocrats at Big Pharma to deliver Technocrat-made vaccines to your body. Do you see the picture here? If you think people are scared now, just wait until military Humvees start rolling through the cities. ⁃ TN EditorThe plan breaks with the longstanding precedent that CDC distributes vaccines during major outbreaks through a centralized ordering system.
    Nationwide distribution of any coronavirus vaccine will be a &l

  • Satellite images reveal two ice caps in the Canadian Arctic have disappeared

    Mark Serreze, director of the National Snow and Ice Data Center has been studying  the St. Patrick Bay ice caps in some capacity since the 1980s and discovered their disappearance.

  • Cineworld reopens today with immersive '4DX' screenings

    The 4DX film experience combines multi-sensory effects including faint water and wind jets, scents and lighting, as well as motion effects, including seat movements.

  • Mask Fatigue: Workers Claim Anxiety, Headaches And Shortness Of Breath

    Technocrats don’t care if people get sick from wearing masks. They also don’t care about the ancillary deaths that have occurred because of lockdowns and the millions put out of work after destroying the economic system. They feign compassion for few people dying from a virus while shoving the rest of the population off the cliff.
    This is the tip of the iceberg. TN has been warning for months on the negative health effects of wearing face masks, independent of the fact that they have

  • Old tyres and building rubble could be used to make sustainable roads, researchers claim 

    Developed by researchers from Australia, the new road-covering material is the first to combine rubble and rubber in a mix optimised to meet road safety standards.

  • This AI app lets you scan your poop for science. Does it work?

    Lockdown has given many of us the space and time for new health and fitness regimes. For one writer, that meant getting into a new photography habit

  • Deep-sea anglerfish 'fuse' bodies with their partners when they mate 

    The male becomes entirely dependent on the female for nutrient supply, like a developing fetus in the womb of a mother – a process called ‘sexual parasitism’.

  • These coronavirus vaccines are the closest to becoming reality

    Coming up today: Matt Burgess advises on how to up your lockdown running game, I examine the latest covid vaccine progress, and Matt Reynolds tackles the UK’s big cat mystery

  • Apple confirms iPhone 12 release date will be delayed until at least October due to COVID-19

    The announcement means that the new product line will miss that the California-based tech firm’s customary September launch window.





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