Zoom to Deny Chinese Government Control of Blocking Accounts Outside Mainland China
Videoconferencing platform Zoom announced that it will no longer grant the Chinese governments requests of suspending accounts located outside of mainland China. The previous decision sparked outrage among users of the potential ties between the platform and China.
How Long Will it Take for an Online Business to Turn a Profit?
Thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak, millions of individuals are currently out of work. This has led to nearly untold levels of economic hardship across the globe. Unfortunately, it is not yet known when (and if) things will eventually return to a semblance of normalcy. This is also why many individuals have been considering an online business as a means to make financial ends meet. While there are many variables to take into account and countless questions to answer, perhaps the most common concern involves how long it will take for such a venture to succeed. This is a slightly loaded question, as time frames will naturally vary depending upon issues such as what it is that you plan to sell and how much capital you can initially invest. Let's still look at three parameters which will often have a massive impact.
US Navy Develops Sea Drones to Join Surface Fleet for Joint Attack
Conceptually these military robots will work in tandem with the fleet and act as clusters in offence or defence for round the clock operations. These robotic vehicles fleet extends the number of surface ships that is part of the US Navy.
Aircraft Carriers Will Pack a Huge Punch When Compared to Other Naval Vessel Types
How true is the large aircraft carrier is a sitting duck? Are the vaunted anti-ship missiles a sure kill. Read on!
Three Tips To Deliver A Truly Immersive Training Experience With AR
Ever since its inception, augmented reality technology has been used to deliver some truly out of the box experiences. Blending the lines between phone screens and the real world, this technology has recently become very popular in training circles.
First American Woman to Walk on Space Becomes First Woman to Dive Into Deepest Part of the Ocean
In 1984, Kathy Sullivan became the first American woman to walk on space, however, it seems that this is not enough for her. More than three decades later, she decided to become the first woman to dive into the deepest pit in the ocean.
What Non-Lethal Weapons are US Police Using to Control George Floyd Rioters?
The demonstrations in the US were a showcase of riot control for the police. What made it different were looters and rioters who needed the means to stop them.
US Navy Sure to Adopt Robot Ships Despite Needed Fix for Technical Problems
There will be new weapons to join the American Fleet and they will be unmanned. It will be bunch of new mission requirements by the time they are ready.
Chinese, Iranian Hackers Targeting Trump and Biden's Presidential Campaign, Google Says
The controversy about the foreign interference during the 2016 Presidental Elections might make a return in this year's election. This is after Google released a statement that foreign hackers are targeting the Democratic and Republican party.
US Navy Will Upgrade Ships to Carry F-35s Augmenting Their Strike Power
Soon the supercarrier might be replaced by a smaller one as new threats abroad like missile menace big carriers. Smaller carrier have a smaller profile and might be survivable than bigger ones.
US Ups its Game on Air Weaponry with the Air Force’s CLEAVER
The US Air Force is looking to move forward in the field of Air Weaponry with the CLEAVER. What is it and How is it going to bring the country into weapon advancement?
Looters, Beware: Apple Can Track and Disable Stolen iPhones
Apple started to trace iPhones that were stolen by looters amidst the protests regarding George Floyd’s death. The smartphone giant has also sent a message to looters saying they should return the iPhones since they won’t be able to use it as Apple has deactivated them.
China Making It Hard for the US Forces to Hit Back at Them
One tenet of the CCP is to stop attacks at all costs. Except they might be less advanced that is lessened by spying and stealing tech.
Black Out Tuesday: Social Media Goes Dark to Call for Action and Solidarity After George Floyd’s Death
While many people still rally the streets calling for justice in the death of George Floyd while also calling for equality and the end of racism. Social media has also joined the protests through Black Out Tuesday,
Anonymous "Hacktivists" Expose Donald Trump, High-Profile Celebrities, Politicians and the Royal Family
A group of hackers who calls themselves "Anonymous" has returned in the wake of George Floyd's murder to expose high-profile people and their crimes. Many are now asking who they are and what have they done in the past.