The biggest challenge: Used to think about suicide – Sophie

English Actress Sophie Turner, born on 21 February 1996m who made her professional acting as “Sansa Stark” on “Game of Thrones” the HBI fantasy television series has revealed she used to think about suicide a lot when she was younger. “I say I wasn’t very depressed when I was younger, but I used to think…

New 3D-printed device generates electricity from snowfall

The researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles  have designed a scientific device using 3D printing which can generate electricity from falling snow.  Researchers are also found that when falling snow touches sillicon, a charge is produced which the device captures, creating electricity and could be used to monitor athletes performance.

Apple and Qualcomm settle after two years of patent disputes

Apple and Qualcomm have decided to drop all ongoing litigation and settle their royalty disputes by reaching an agreement on global patent license and chipset supply. The Trump administration’s  vision of finding a national technology front runner for the forthcoming wave of 5G wireless communication may be coming true. Qualcomm’s legal settlement with Apple this…

Reliance in talks to buy Hamleys

Asia’s richest person Mukesh Ambani  is in talks to buy loss-making British toy store chain Hamleys which is now owned by Chinese fashion retailer  C Banner  who bought the  Hamleys in 2015 for £100m in cash. Reliance, the retail arm of Reliance Industries  currently has a licence to sell Hamleys products in India.  

Priyanka features on the wedding Netherlands Vogue cover

Priyanka Chopra  featured on the  cover of fashion magazine Vogue  Netherlands for its wedding issue.  She wrote on Instagram sharing a picture of the magazine cover wearing Ralph Lauren  gown from her wedding with singer Nick Jonas “My fairy tale. Thank you Vogue Netherlands for making me your first cover girl of Love and Wedding…

Bugs shut down 24-hour US-Apple store

Bugs of a different kind, bed bugs temporarily shut down a 24-hours on New York City’s Fifth Avenue. Staff were ordered to pack their belongings in plastic bags last Friday after a bed bug was spotted in a manager’s office. Eventually a beagle dog sniffed out the bugs in the locker area. According to an…

AI – China at the forefront of a major economic transformation

For the first times since the industrial revolution, China will be at the forefront of a major economic transformation – the advent of revolution in Artificial Intelligence according to Kai-FU Lee , former president of Google China and now a leading venture capitalist in Chinese technology. China’s “Sputnik movement”, when Google DeepMind’s AlphaGo defeated Ke…

reverse vending to tackle plastics

Reverse vending machine acting as a bottle hub run by Infinitum which runs Norway’s deposit return scheme for plastic bottles and cans, and In Nurenburg in Germany supermarkets like Lidel and Aldi runs a bottle deposit hub and reverse vending machine which rewards the individual from brining in pre marked empty plastic bottle. China, Rowanda,…

All set for toll charge

Local residents at Lombard Street in San Francisco feels more like an overcrowded amusement park than a neighbourhood thoroughfare as during summer over 6, 000 people  a day visit the 600-foot long street. Assembly man Phil Ting, who drafted  the proposed legislation said “ We must implement a system that enables both residents and visitors…