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Reverse Charging: The iPhone 13 may be able to charge smaller devices

Reverse Charging: The iPhone 13 may be able to charge smaller devices LONDON: We’ve seen that smartphones that use the Internet over the network can extend this connection beyond the hotspot. But can a phone automatically charge other small devices? The new iPhone model, the iPhone 13, may have this feature. First, Max Weinbach, a technology expert, says that Apple has made wireless charging…
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British students start using canoe juice to get corona test positive

British students start using canoe juice to get corona test positive Schoolchildren in the UK have claimed that putting cannabis juice on a kit used for a corona test gives a positive result. According to the students, if the Maltese juice is added to the sample used in the kit used in the ‘Cod Literal Flow Test’, a positive result will be seen on the kit in a few minutes. It should be…
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Ruby megabyte: Bosnia's first music robot

Ruby megabyte: Bosnia’s first music robot Sarajevo: Bosnia-Herzegovina’s popular rock band Dobioza Collective has added a new musician, Ruby Megabyte, who is actually a humanoid robot. The robot was developed by students of the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Sarajevo last year at the special request of the band. Using artificial intelligence, ‘Ruby…
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New heat records set, with mercury exceeding 50 degrees in 23 countries

New heat records set, with mercury exceeding 50 degrees in 23 countries Doha: The United States, Europe, Canada and the Gulf states are currently experiencing a severe heat wave, and the heat is becoming unbearable for citizens of European and American countries living in relatively cold climates. According to a report compiled by Al Jazeera, Canada is among the hottest places in the world with…
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New feature of Instagram Stories

New feature of Instagram Stories The social networking site Instagram has begun testing a new way to make better use of links to stories. Insta will now be able to attach links with a sticker instead of swipe up. These stickers will work just like swipe up links, but you just have to click instead of swipe up. Similarly, users will now be able to respond to stores with a sticker, which is not…
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Nanotechnology robots that purify water and soil and deliver medicine

Nanotechnology robots that purify water and soil and deliver medicine Boulder City, USA :: The name of nanotechnology is no longer unfamiliar to most people. In this regard, scientists at the University of Colorado have developed very small, agile, self-floating and high-speed nanorobots that can be used in industry, agriculture and medicine. They are 20 times faster than all the floating…
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This 'temporary pacemaker' that corrects the heartbeat dissolves in the body

This ‘temporary pacemaker’ that corrects the heartbeat dissolves in the body Illinois: Pacemakers are fitted with batteries to keep the heartbeat in order. But now the world’s first pacemaker has been created that dissolves on its own after doing its job. Scientists at Northwestern and George Washington University have jointly developed the world’s first pacemaker that…
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This lens can show a 140 inch wide display

This lens can show a 140 inch wide display California: Hear an interesting invention of a virtual screen lens that wears a virtual screen in front of your eyes and is also 140 inches long. Its name is TCL Nextware G Specs which can be connected to any smartphone, tablet and laptop. The lens then becomes the outer screen of the smartphone, which can be several feet long. That means wearing glasses…
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Set a new record of making 1000 origami birds in nine and a half hours

Set a new record of making 1000 origami birds in nine and a half hours LONDON: A British teenage girl has set a new record in the Guinness Book of World Records by making 1000 paper birds that have been twisted in origami style without stopping for nine and a half hours. Evelyn Cha did not eat or drink during this time, nor did she go to the toilet. They had a goal in front of them, so they kept…
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Side-loading applications are a threat to consumers, says Apple Corps

Side-loading applications are a threat to consumers, says Apple Corps Silicon Valley: Apple has declared side-loading applications a security risk. Apple claims that allowing developers to distribute apps outside of Apple’s official App Store could pose a serious security threat to its users. According to a report released by Apple, the company is strongly opposed to allowing so-called…
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The American company equipped the robot dog with a dangerous rifle

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