Category: Tech

February 25, 2021 0

Elon And Exxon Agree: Carbon Capture Expected To Massively Expand In 2021

By Stephen Callahan

Carbon capture, storage and utilization are expected to turn out to be America’s next big growth industries within the next few years. The SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk, the second wealthiest man after Jeff Bezos, is eagerly looking forward to this looming technological opportunity to generate money. He has even pledged $100 million from his personal account as an award to any individual or company smart enough to invent a viable approach to make Carbon capture storage and utilization. It can be implemented to reduce the carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere. read more

February 1, 2021 0

TECNO POVA’s Is the Best Cell phone for the New Typical

By Stephen Callahan

Regarding innovation concerns, everybody needs to be progressing since the fast track is the issue here. Cell phones are basic things, and you will discover numerous individuals keen on the telephone. Keeping an eye on different highlights on the telephones is key since this is the thing that decides the exhibition, which will influence straightforwardly the experience that you will have with the telephone. TECNO is among the notable organizations regarding assembling fantastic contraption that accompanies a high limit battery, enormous recollections, and a rich camera that will leave you with better recollections in the outings you will be taking. Their devices are supposed to be otherworldly, and from the audits that you will peruse on the web, without a doubt, they convey what they guarantee to their clients. read more

January 22, 2021 0

Dr. Timnit Gebru Discusses Her Release from Google and Her Future Plans in the Tech Industry

By Stephen Callahan

Outside the political scene and the virus pandemic, which are leaking havoc in the entire world, things are happening, and life is going on. New companies are forming while others are collapsing after failing to handle the challenges that 2020 has brought into the world. However, besides all the common aspects that everyone expects to be happening globally, it is obvious that everything has not been right in the last one year and 2021 does not promise anything better as it stands. read more

January 12, 2021 0

Payam Banazadeh and Capella Space Launch Satellite

By Stephen Callahan

If you’re interested in the modern space industry you’ve probably been following some of the advancements being made in the field of satellite technology. The area of focus has grown in leaps and bounds in recent years off of the potential that many see around monitoring conditions on the planet’s surface. Payam Banazadeh, CEO of Capella Space, has recently led his company in launching its first satellite, Sequoia, into orbit. The satellite has begun beaming back some intriguing images which have individuals and organizations around the world thinking about new uses for the tech. Read on for a look at the technology and the ways in which it may be used. read more

November 12, 2020 0

Astronaut Kate Rubins Heads to the International Space Station for Microbiome Research Study

By Stephen Callahan

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins will rocket to the International Space Station for the second time on October 14, but the mission is more than just a personal milestone for the 42-year-old space traveler. On November 1, Rubins and her crewmates’ presence on the International Space Station will make a record of 20 continuous years of human beings in space. Rubins will be joined in the mission by two Russian cosmonauts, Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov. Like Rubins, Ryzhikov has traveled to space once before, but the mission will be the first space flight for Kud-Sverchkov. The trio will leave Earth’s atmosphere from Kazakhstan‘s Baikonur Cosmodrome at approximately 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft. The team will then board the International Space Station a few hours later. read more