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Humans will now be able to hear ultrasound

Humans will now be able to hear ultrasound Finland: Human hearing is very limited, meaning we can only hear sounds made by sound waves between 20,000 and 20,000 Hz. But now scientists at Alto University in Finland have developed a technology that will allow humans to hear ultrasound, including the sounds of the top bats. The findings are published in the June 2, 2021 issue of Scientific Reports.
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Facebook launches first program on connectivity infrastructure in Pakistan

Facebook launches first program on connectivity infrastructure in Pakistan ISLAMABAD: Facebook has launched its first-of-its-kind program on connectivity infrastructure in Pakistan. The program panel included representatives from Jazz, Newtel, GSMA, Telenor Pakistan, PTCL, World Bank, Telecom University Indonesia, Telecom Infra Project and WorldLink Nepal. Facebook Director Alex Amy, World…
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Developed a robot that mimics human facial expressions

Developed a robot that mimics human facial expressions Washington: American scientists have shocked the world of technology, the news has come out that a robot has been developed in the United States that mimics the expressions of human faces. According to a report by a foreign news agency, scientists at Columbia University in New York, USA, have developed a unique robot that expresses human…
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Unnecessary Wi-Fi can be used to run small electronic devices

Unnecessary Wi-Fi can be used to run small electronic devices Singapore: Wi-Fi transmitters and receivers are now everywhere. Now, thanks to a special technology, small devices can be run by converting unnecessary Wi-Fi into electricity. In Wi-Fi we use 2.4 GHz radio free frequency and its signal is lost in many places. Now it is possible to convert wireless waves into electricity with a unique…
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Preparing to introduce the latest version of Windows

Preparing to introduce the latest version of Windows A new version of the world’s most popular operating system, Windows, is coming out, it will be the company’s biggest update to the Windows operating system in over a decade. According to the international website, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has said that the company is planning the biggest update of the Windows operating system in a…
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Modern Doppler radar enabled in Karachi for better and faster weather forecasting

Modern Doppler radar enabled in Karachi for better and faster weather forecasting KARACHI: The latest Doppler radar installed in Karachi has been activated while the Meteorological Department has also released a link to the radar on its website. The digital radar will be able to predict rains within a radius of 450 km and strong winds within a radius of 200 km. Doppler radar will enable the timely…
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3,000 years after the birth of the 'devil-like' animal in the jungles of Australia

3,000 years after the birth of the ‘devil-like’ animal in the jungles of Australia SYDNEY: A 3,000-year-old animal named “Tasmanian Devil” has been born in the jungles of the Australian state of New South Wales, sparking a wave of joy among biologists. According to the details, thousands of years later in the forest in New South Wales, Australia, a species of animal has…
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Prepared forehead artificial eye

Prepared forehead artificial eye The masterpiece was created by Min Wok Peing, an industrial design student, and is being hailed as the latest in technology. This third eye is specifically designed for people who use smartphones a lot. You may have seen many viral videos on social media that the user is so engrossed in using the phone that he either falls while walking or some other incident…
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How to delete private information from your stolen mobile?

The tiny butterfly migrates thousands of kilometers from Africa to Europe

How to delete private information from your stolen mobile?

The tiny butterfly migrates thousands of kilometers from Africa to Europe

How to delete private information from your stolen mobile?

The tiny butterfly migrates thousands of kilometers from Africa to Europe