• Electricity

    With the rise within the world demand for food and food products, scientists all around the world have been probing the opportunity of discovering a option to increase crop yields, enhance and enhance the nutritional worth and style, whereas protecting the atmosphere by decreasing the use of chemical compounds comparable to pesticides. ICT is among the economic improvement pillars to realize national aggressive benefit. It could enhance the standard of human life as a result of it may be used as a studying and training media, the mass communication media in promoting and campaigning practical and vital points, such as the health and social area. It provides wider data and will help in gaining and accessing data. Singularitarians imagine in some kind of ” accelerating change “; that the speed of technological progress accelerates as we obtain more expertise, and that this will culminate in a ” Singularity ” after …

  • Netflix Will Start Canceling Dormant Accounts To Save Users Money

    The thing with the subscription model is that companies hope that you will keep paying for it, even if you don’t necessarily use their products on a daily basis. This is like joining a gym where whether or not you go, the gym will still debit your bank account every month. However, Netflix now seems to be taking a different approach.

    For those of you who might have a Netflix account for the past couple of years but have not actually used its services, Netflix has announced that they will be canceling your subscription. According to the company, “So we’re asking everyone who has not watched anything on Netflix for a year since they joined to confirm they want to keep their membership. And we’ll do the same for anyone who has stopped watching for more than two years.”

    They add, “Members will start seeing these emails or in app

  • A ‘Hyperactive’ Hurricane Season Is About to Strike

    Climate scientists are predicting that as many as 20 named hurricanes will develop in the Atlantic basin during the six-month season that officially begins on Monday. The prediction of a super-busy season comes from separate teams at Colorado State University, Pennsylvania State University, and AccuWeather and is based on sea surface temperatures in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans that help spawn these powerful tropical storms that threaten millions of US residents each year.

    Michael Mann, author of the Penn State study, wrote in an email to WIRED that his team’s model indicates a “hyperactive” season. “The extreme current tropical Atlantic warmth is a key driver of our forecast,” he wrote, but added that other factors will contribute, including La Niña conditions, which are characterized by cooler water along the eastern tropical Pacific for several months at a time. This weakens high-level winds across the Atlantic, which allows hurricanes

  • Two Malaysians beat 40,248 applicants to be accepted to study at Harvard

    It’s not an easy feat but Malaysians Mohamed Aqil bin Azmi and Zad Chin Qi Qi beat a whopping 40,248 applicants to be accepted to study at Harvard College.

    In a press statement, the alumni of the prestigious U.S. institute of higher education said that the two of them will be part of the 1,980 students admitted to the Class of 2024.

    The last time a Malaysian got in was in 2017. To get in is a huge deal.

    Here’s how tough it is to get into Harvard.

    The college has an admission rate of – wait

  • Twitter brings its new quote tweet view to Android and the web

    Twitter made it easier to see quote tweets on iOS on May 12th, and that new functionality is now available on Twitter for Android and for the web, the company announced today.

    If you tap or click on the “Retweets” word on a tweet, you’ll be taken to a new page that lets you look at one of two columns: a column showing retweets with comments and a column showing all retweets without comments. You can see how it works in the video below:

    The new feature the latest of many that Twitter has rolled out recently to make it easier to follow and track conversations on the platform. One that I’m a particular fan of is the new interface