Facebook Will Be Working in an Encrypted Version of Messenger

Facebook, the social network created by Mark Zuckerberg, will be working in an encrypted version of its Messenger application. The British Newspaper The Guardian writes, citing next three project people, which in the coming...

Windows 10 and Hololens

The bet of the Redmond company has not been focused on virtual reality but in augmented reality, adding layers of information to what we see, and the opening of the Windows Holographic platform is...

Saudi Arabia Invests in Uber

The Public Investment Fund, sovereign fund of Saudi Arabia, made an investment of 3.5 billion dollars to enter the capital of Uber in what so far has been the biggest bet ever this fund...

DeepText in Facebook

Called DeepText and Facebook presents it as a textual interpretation tool that, according a blog posting the social network, will allow a more efficient filtering of content presented to users and an interpretation "almost...

Dagger in Tutankhamun’s Tomb is Made of Extraterrestrial Iron

The discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922, opened a new era in the study of ancient Egypt, but after nearly a century, the boy-pharaoh's tomb remains a source of surprises for scientists. This time,...

Laptops Update Software Has Serious Flaws

The vast majority of laptop manufacturers have developed updated software so that, automatically, they are sent to users. This is an automatic process and that many feel that is free of problems. But the...

Oil Industry Dwindles These Last 60 Years:

According to Morgan Stanley analysts accounts citing Rystad Energy, released last week, 2.8 billion barrels of oil were discovered in 2015 outside the United States, equivalent to one month of consumption worldwide. Including that country,...

Dutch university announces first robots to procreate

A group of researchers from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, ensures that could make science fiction into reality. As? Building robots that are able to "love" and procreate. The children explain, "born" through...

Stephen Hawking backs project to send ship to another solar system

The British physicist Stephen Hawking expressed on Tuesday its support for a program financed by the Russian billionaire Yuri Milner to send a ship to another solar system. The plan, which has a $...

Maplink launches geolocation technology to map consumer habits

It would be nice if you could understand the movement of its consumers in the world, identify important occasions to communicate with them in an efficient and personalized manner and also understand their habits?...