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aCropalypse: Microsoft Releases Emergency Patch for Windows 10/11

Microsoft has released two emergency security updates to address the security flaw known as “aCropalypse”. This is a flaw that was recently discovered in native Windows 10 and Windows 11 screenshot editing apps. As it turns out, the Redmond-based company started testing its patch a few days ago, shortly after the flaw was discovered by

Swiss start-up to roll out Solar Panels on Railway Tracks

Swiss start-up Sun-Ways is set to install solar panels on railway tracks near Buttes train station in Switzerland. Pending approval from the Federal Office of Transport, Sun-Ways will use a train developed by Swiss track maintenance company Scheuchzer to unfurl photovoltaic panels along the railway lines. The panels will be pre-assembled at a Swiss factory

Traffic Control for Autonomous Vehicles: North Carolina State University Proposes Fourth Traffic Light Color

In a future where autonomous vehicles dominate the roads, researchers from North Carolina State University have proposed the installation of a white traffic light as a fourth color to signal to drivers that self-driving cars are managing upcoming intersections intelligently. This innovation could reduce traffic congestion levels and overall fuel consumption. The white light would

Better Sleep through Innovation: The Rise of Sleep Tech

Insomnia is a growing problem in the UK, with almost three-quarters of people not getting the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep per night, according to a study by insurance group Direct Line. The sleeplessness epidemic is due to a variety of factors, including stress, shift work, and caffeine or alcohol consumption. Sleep deprivation can lead

Rumored Two-Stack OLED Upgrade could make Apple’s Next iPad Pro bit Expensive

Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro models, expected to launch next year, could come with a hefty price tag due to a rumored display upgrade. Reports from South Korea suggest that Apple may use a two-stack design for its next-generation OLEDs, with two light-emitting layers rather than one, which could make the displays brighter and longer-lasting than

From 3D Screens To Flying Boats: CES 2023 Favorites

From boats that fly, to folding screens (that also slide), to satellites you control and laptops that break your brain a little bit … the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show was a bone-crushing assault on MrMobile’s body and mind. Join him for a round-up of what mobile tech stood out this year in Las Vegas! MrMobile’s

GIF Inventor Steven Wilhite dies at 74 from COVID

Although few knew his name, Steven Wilhite had influenced our lives in one way or another, the inventor of GIFs completely revolutionized the world of the Internet thanks to the invention and now after learning of his death, the networks mourn his death. A GIF is an image exchange format that consists of the movement

Transgender replaces Siri in Apple’s iOS 15.4 latest Update

Apple has brought iOS 15.4 update for its users with new features. Now users will be able to send gender neutral emoji to their friends. Not only this, this time Apple has also replaced the female voice of its famous Siri with gender neutral voice. For this, he has used transgender voice as a speech

Tesla Superchargers Open To Other Vehicles

Ultimately, Tesla wants its charging stations to be able to accommodate electric vehicles from other brands too. A Tesla Car being Charged Vehicles must be equipped with a CCS socket in order to be charged in Superchargers.  Tesla announced that its test of opening its charging stations to other electric vehicles will be extended to

Black Hawk Helicopter fly without a Pilot

America’s  Black Hawk Helicopter Creates history in the World of Automation and Warfare. Black Hawk helicopter successfully flew without a pilot for the first time. This helicopter flew 115 to 125 miles on 5 February at an altitude of about 4000 feet  at the speed of one hour and added a new chapter in the

Elon Musk furious for not being invited to the ‘EV Summit’

Musk furious for not being invited to the meeting: Tesla CEO said – Biden is a puppet in human form, he is thinking of Americans as stupid Elon Musk never supported Biden and the Democratic Party.  Tesla CEO Elon Musk is once again angry with US President Joe Biden. This time the outrage is so

Live Translated Captions Beta: Amazing feature in Google Meet!  

Google Meet has started rolling out Live Translated Captions widely. It has been started after testing the feature. If the meeting is conducted by a user in beta or eligible Google Workspace Edition, meeting participants will be able to use live translated captions. The live translated captions beta will be open for the next several

Ameca: The Humanoid Robot

The world’s largest consumer electronics show (CES 2022) got a glimpse of many unique gadgets. A human robot was also involved in this. Its name is Ameca. It is also being called the future face of the robot. It has been given a face like a woman. The special thing about this robot is that

Amazing Robot that Can Read Human Mind Up To 96 Percent Accurately

China seems to have taken a giant leap in robotics as a group of scientists claimed to have built a robot that can read human minds with 96 percent accuracy. Robot reads brain waves correctly As reported by   website WION, the developers of the Intelligent Manufacturing Innovation Technology Center of China Three Gorges University