COVID-19 pushed us backward on tackling poverty – Bill Gates

The coronavirus pandemic had stalled 20 years of progress in fighting poverty and disease, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said on Tuesday.

8 developer roles that are in high demand in healthcare

With the demand for tech skills continuously growing across the board, there’s no shortage of new domains where software developers can look for new careers

3 customer-focused strategies that helped the EU’s public transport withstand the...

From the end of rush hour and season tickets to hailing a bus like a cab, coronavirus could change the way we move around cities for good.

This viral makeup TikTok raises fair questions about whether math is...

While filming herself getting ready for work recently, TikTok user @gracie.ham reached deep into the ancient foundations of mathematics

Beyonce, Jay-Z and their kids hang out with Twitter CEO, Jack...

Beyoncé, Jay- Z and their kids were recently spotted on a yacht in the Hamptons with Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey.

Trump praises Elon Musk for picking Texas for Tesla’s new $1.1B...

US President Donald Trump has congratulated Elon Musk on his decision to build Tesla‘s new vehicle assembly plant in Texas.

Has Jeff Bezos ended world hunger? Twitter account skewers Amazon chief’s...

Amazon baldking Jeff Bezos added $13 billion to his net worth earlier this week, simply a stupid amount of wealth for just one person to acquire in one day

Here’s why AI didn’t save us from COVID-19

When the COVID-19 pandemic began we were all so full of hope. We assumed our technology would save us from a disease that could be stymied

US unveils blueprint for ‘unhackable’ national quantum internet

The US Department of Energy has laid out a blueprint for a “virtually unhackable” national quantum internet that it claims could be functional within a decade.

How Adobe Photoshop is used in the search for missing children

Have you ever wondered how those photos of missing children, aged-up to show what they’d look like today, are made? These images are often...

Xbox is bundling xCloud streaming with Game Pass Ultimate

Microsoft today announced it’s adding Project xCloud, it’s ambitious cloud gaming service, to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

The giant Twitter hack is being investigated by the FBI

Yesterday, Twitter saw its most brazen hack ever, in which one or more hackers were able to access the accounts

130 Twitter accounts were targeted by hackers in the grand Bitcoin...

Yesterday was probably one of the busiest days for Twitter‘s security team, as a hacker managed to get hold of high-profile accounts

Germans can get a Renault Zoe for free, thanks to beefy...

Electric vehicle subsidies in Germany are now so good that some cars are as cheap as a mobile contract, in some cases they’re even free.

OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z earbuds review: Sound sacrificed for battery life

My admiration for the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 is no secret — I wrote a bloody love letter to it.

How to use JavaScript to detect faces and apply filters

I’ve previously written a guide on how to detect facial features using Python and I got many questions on twitter asking how to do the same using JavaScript.

How to auto-mute yourself in Zoom meetings (and shut up unruly...

Advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff.

Amazon and Flipkart set to resume delivering non-essential goods in India

Indian government issued a new set of guidelines that might bring much-needed relief to businesses that are suffering due to the coronavirus

Apple fires 50 employees for failing to create a flip phone...

According to a website tech giant Apple Inc recently let go of 10 engineers and 40 other employees who were tasked to come up with a flip phone

Google launches a new ‘Works with Chromebook’ badge for accessories

Google has launched a new “Works with Chromebook” badge for accessories that are certified to be compatible with Chromebooks