Facebook-owned messaging platform WhatsApp and photo and video sharing platform Instagram suffered an outage in India and other parts of the world.
18 February, 2021, the date will be marked in the history of NASA as its Perseverance Rover landed successfully on mars after the seven-month long journey and travelling 293 million miles (472 million kilometres).
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Physics 2020 to Roger Penrose (University of Oxford, UK), Reinhard Genzel (Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Garching, Germany and University of California, Berkeley, USA), and Andrea Ghez (University of California, Los Angeles, USA).
Facebook Inc. is facing another grave allegations that social media platform is spying on users through the unauthorized use of their mobile phone cameras.
In a surprising twist, Scientists revealed today that they have detected traces of a gas in the Venusian atmosphere and that may be signs of life in the clouds of our other, even closer planetary neighbour, Venus.
Facebook provides an all-clear path to anti-Muslim posts on its platform by ignoring its hate speech policy in wake of its brotherly relations with India’s governing party, as per report published in Wall Street Journal.
Last week China touched a new mark in the technology race of big powers with the launch of its new global navigation satellite system Beidou. Experts see the Beidou navigation system as a competitor to GPS.
Democratic lawmakers criticized the tech companies for buying startups to stifle them and for unfairly using their data hoards to clone and kill off competitors, while Republicans questioned whether the platforms had muzzled conservative viewpoints and were unpatriotic.