New Chinese Submarine Without Nuclear Reactor Features Unusual Sail
Images of a new Chinese submarine features unusual sail that caught the attention of western media. The new type classified as Type-039C/D is the latest addition to the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) in a bid to increase China's naval force.
AH-64 Apache Lacks Long Range Missile; Army Will Hold Trials to Develop One Asap
The U.S. Army knows it can be very lethal, but the AH-64 Apache lacks a long-range missile that can attack farther and safer. Enemy anti-air defenses are getting better that lessens the effectiveness of helicopter armor in close range.
Microsoft Employees Accuse Bill Gates of Being an Office Bully
Bill Gates was accused of being an office bully and for rejecting diversity initiatives from his Microsoft employees, a new report claims.
The Bell-280 Valor Prototype Has Flown For the Last Time Under the FLRAA Program
One of those competing for the future long-range assault aircraft or FLRAA, the Bell-280 Valor Prototype has ended its stint as a technology demonstrator after flying for three and a half years.
US Space Force to Develop Exotic Weapons Like Satellite Killer Armaments As Competition Grows With Adversaries
The US Space Force will develop exotic weapons using directed energy applicable for keeping American space superiority. More players like China have invested resources in reaching space that makes a competition an eventuality.
Everything You Need To Know About Internet Speeds
If you're in the market for new internet service, you probably already know that internet service is all about its speeds. Without the proper internet speeds, you're going to be unhappy and not have a good time online.
Live Sports One Of the Only Thing Keeping Cable TV Alive
Everyone is streaming nowadays, so why would anyone need or want to pay so much for cable TV? Live sports. In fact, live sports is one of the only things keeping cable TV providers like DISH TV, DirecTV, and Spectrum TV alive and in business.
The F-35 Has a Problem With Going Supersonic, But the DoD Does Not Want to Fix it
The stealth F-35 has a problem with going supersonic, but the Department of Defense is not spending to fix it. A problem in the tail rudders does not allow the fighters to go Mach 1 or else it risks damage during flight.
Guess What? The F-35 Lightning II Can Attack With Extended Range as Added Lethality
One of the problems is solved: the F-35 Lightning II can attack with extended range with the capability to refuel in mid-air via the MQ-25 Stingray, which will be part of the carrier airwing.
5 Types of Business that Should use a Photo Sharing Site
There are ample resources online to access the things you need, especially if you’re a business or brand looking for assets to use on websites, social media or other platforms.
Technology Created to get Water from Air Naturally is Invented by Researchers for the Futuree
Technology that gets water from the air is a crucial invention as potable water becomes more scarce.
6 Things You Should Know About Conversational AI for Healthcare
The rapid growth of technology has led us to advancement in the healthcare industry. Interestingly, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made a significant contribution to it. It has made human supervision highly convenient compared to traditional supervision tactics.
NASA Send Squids and Tardigrades to the International Space Station To Study How They React in Zero Gravity
NASA sends squids and tardigrades to the International Space Station to experiment on how these animals will fare in zero gravity, The goal is to study them and draw conclusions about how human health can be maintained.
Google, Wuhan-Linked Scientist Peter Daszak's Financial Ties Over Virus Research Could Be One of the "Biggest Scandals"
Google's charitable arm reportedly funded Wuhan-linked scientist Peter Daszak's virus research and his foundation Ecohealth Alliance.
Elon Musk's Starlink Expects To Provide Fast Internet to The Whole World by September
Elon Musk's satellite unit, Starlink, is expected to provide fast internet access worldwide by September. But, it would need to first comply with regulatory clearances in each target country.