• Wed. May 29th ,2024


Taiwan eyeing Eastern European nations for semiconductor cooperation

Technology center Taiwan is reportedly exploring options to collaborate with at least three Eastern European nations for boosting its semiconductor production capabilities amid the global chip crisis. The development comes after a minister claimed that the move could favor Brussels, the country whi

KAI, Konan Technology to jointly develop AI system for aviation sector

Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), a prominent South Korean aerospace & defense company has reportedly unveiled its plans to acquire 10 percent stake in Konan Technology, a company specializing in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and big data. If sources are to be believed, this investment decision

Apple planning to launch its fully autonomous driving vehicle by 2025

Apple Inc. is planning to launch its long-awaited fully self-driving vehicle by the year 2025. The company has reportedly decided to accelerate the development of its much-awaited electric vehicle project. The iPhone maker’s self-driving EV is likely to be equipped with some semi-autonomous f

Rocket Lab acquires Planetary Systems Corp in a $42M cash & stock deal

Rocket Lab, a publicly-listed US-based aerospace manufacturer and provider of small satellite launch services, has reportedly continued its ongoing acquisition spree, with a cash-and-stock deal to acquire Planetary Systems Corporation (PSC), a spacecraft separation systems firm. Supposedly, the ann

Microsoft Store to let users install games without any restrictions

Microsoft is reportedly testing an update to its Xbox app for Windows that will allow users to install PC games from the Microsoft Store or Xbox Games Pass app to any folder they wish with unrestricted access. Previously, players would run into various problems concerning the Microsoft Store, permi

UK awards £100M to defense contractors for new maritime e-warfare tech

The Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S), an agency of the UK Ministry of Defence, has reportedly announced that it has awarded a new £100 million defense contract to a partnership led by engineering services firm, Babcock International Group, to deliver advanced EW (electronic warfare) sy

Hackers breach nine firms in defense, energy, tech & other sectors

Palo Alto Networks, a leading American multinational cybersecurity firm, has alleged that foreign attackers have hacked nine firms in the energy, defense, health care, tech, and education industries, at least one of which is in the USA. With help from the National Security Agency, cybersecurity exp

Facebook to shut down face recognition system, delete 1 Bn faceprints

Facebook Inc. recently announced that it is planning to shut down its popular face-recognition system and delete the faceprints of over a billion people. Confirming the news, Jerome Pesenti, the VP of the AI division of Meta, stated that this shutdown is going to represent one of the most significa

Scientists find way to clear Earth’s space debris using magnets

Researchers at University of Utah have reportedly claimed to have found a new way to move space debris without having to physically touch it; with the help of spinning magnets. The proposed solution could possibly offer a way to effectively clear up the debris left behind by years of space explorati