• Portable datacentre crafted by Microsoft

      Portable datacentre crafted by Microsoft

      Microsoft is to bring cloud computing to remote environments by creating a portable datacentre. The modular datacentre is essentially a big box of servers, designed for places where it's difficult to supply reliable cloud connectivity, The Verge said. Microsoft is partnering with satellite operators for connectivity, allowing this Azure Modular Datacentre (MDC) to be used as a mobile command centre, in humanitarian assistance, or even military missions.

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    • NASA has chosen Nokia to build 4G network on the Moon

      NASA has chosen Nokia to build 4G network on the Moon

      Nokia was chosen by NASA to build a 4G network on the Moon as part of the space agency's Artemis programme, which aims to establish a sustainable human presence there. The Finnish company will build the technology which will be integrated into NASA's lunar landers and used for remote control, as well as streaming of high-definition videos, Sky News reported.

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    • Messenger offers big changes in new update

      Messenger offers big changes in new update

      Facebook Messenger is currently overhauling its logo and adding some new features. The company is rolling out new chat themes, in addition to selfie stickers and a vanish mode, as part of its initiative to connect Facebook users with people on Instagram.

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    • The beginning of a new era for iPhone

      The beginning of a new era for iPhone

      The long-awaited Apple Event 2020 finally happened! Tim Cook finally confirmed the exciting new features of the iPhone 12. And if you're that person who always drops their iPhone, leaving you with a cracked screen, then Apple's latest smartphone will surely excite you.

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    • 'Re-writing code of life' wins Nobel

      'Re-writing code of life' wins Nobel

      Researchers have been able to manipulate large chunks of genetic code for almost 50 years. But it is only within the past decade that they have been able to do it with exquisite precision – adding, deleting and substituting single units of the genetic code just as an editor can manipulate a single letter in a document. 

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    • Helsinki and Amsterdam with first ever AI registries

      Helsinki and Amsterdam with first ever AI registries

      The cities of Helsinki and Amsterdam have announced the launch of the first artificial intelligence registries in the world. The product of collective efforts and implementation, these information hubs show how both administrations use algorithms to improve their services and citizens’ lives. The move is in line with the capitals’ commitment to an open and dignified digital development.

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    • AI set to replace humans in mines

      AI set to replace humans in mines

      Artificial intelligence (AI) will shortly replace people in mining industry. The Kazakh JSC AK Altynalmas teamed up with British tech start-up, which software uses sensors built into the plant to form a model of the grinding process and flag problems before they appear.

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    • IFA 2020 puts focus on smart home applications

      IFA 2020 puts focus on smart home applications

      The focus of International Consumer Electronics Fair (IFA) 2020 Special Edition, held in Berlin, was on smart home applications and devices with positive influence on the way of life. Furthermore, the emphasis was on cutting-edge technologies, such as IoT, 5G, Mixed Reality, AI and robotics aimed to redesign the world in the era of digital working and learning, telemedicine and digital health, businesswire.com reported.

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