Texas: ‘KKK’ Could Face Criminal Charges

Texas: ‘KKK’ Could Face Criminal Charges

On 27th May 2017 Plastic bags deposited in yards’ Avenue North in Texas City which seemed sweet. Each plastic bag had free chocolates or Skittles for homeowners. When the people took a closer look at the bags they saw the bold black and white messages from the Ku Klux Klan on fliers stuffed inside the bags. Neighbor Mr. Mark Pandanell said, “I just thought what is this garbage”. “Say No to Cultural Genocide”, words Associated with…

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U.S: Senator McCain Alleged Russian President as Threat

U.S: Senator McCain Alleged Russian President as Threat

The United States Politician said the threat to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Mr. McCain said that Putin is a bigger threat to global security than ISIS. Also, Mr. McCain cautioned that the Senate would push for sanctions against Moscow for its suspected interference in the U.S. election. In the United States Congress, Mr. McCain leading foreign policy voice. Mr. McCain was talking in his interview in Australia, where he has held security talks on his…

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U.S: Senator McCain Alleged Russian President as Threat

U.S: Senator McCain Alleged Russian President as Threat

The United States Politician said the threat to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Mr. McCain said that Putin is a bigger threat to global security than ISIS. Also, Mr. McCain cautioned that the Senate would push for sanctions against Moscow for its suspected interference in the U.S. election. In the United States Congress, Mr. McCain leading foreign policy voice. Mr. McCain was talking in his interview in Australia, where he has held security talks on his…

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U.S. Planning to Ban Laptops On Flights

U.S. Planning to Ban Laptops On Flights

On Sunday 28th May 2017, John Kelly said that the United States might ban laptops from airplane cabins on all flights into as well as out of the country to protect against potential security threats. John Kelly said, “The United States planned to “raise the bar” on airline security, including tightening screening of carry-on items”. John Kelly added, “That’s the thing that they are obsessed with, the terrorists, the idea of knocking down an airplane…

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Standford University Study Report: Fitness Tracker Data Aren’t 100% Accurate

Standford University Study Report: Fitness Tracker Data Aren’t 100% Accurate

According to the study from expertise at Standford University, Wearable makers, like Apple Watch and Fitbit, are getting better at tracking heart rate. Standford University is private research university at Standford, California. Those wearable makers are not that much accurate to count calories. The researchers from Standford University directed a study to measure the quality of wearable trackers after finding a lack of data in peer-reviewed journals. An associate professor at Stanford, Euan Ashley said,”…

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Unites States: Wikipedia Challenges NSA Surveillance Lawsuit

Unites States: Wikipedia Challenges NSA Surveillance Lawsuit

On Tuesday 23rd May 2017, U.S. appeals court that rehabilitates a Wikipedia lawsuit that challenges a National Security Agency program of mass online surveillance. It also claims that the government occupies people’s privacy rights. Wikimedia Foundation had a legal right to challenge the government’s Upstream surveillance program. Wikimedia Foundation is charitable organization; it owns the internet domain names of most movement projects. Wikimedia Foundation hosts the Wikipedia online encyclopedia. The decision could help for people…

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American Documentary Series ‘Cops’ Identify Ariana’s Concert Bomber

American Documentary Series ‘Cops’ Identify Ariana’s Concert Bomber

According to the police statement, A bomber, who killed around twenty-two people and injured more dozens of people in Manchester was identified by the documentary series knew as ‘Cops’. A bomber was just twenty-two-year-old, he is the son of the Libyan refugees, his name was Salman Abedi. Greater Manchester Police said,” Our priority, along with the police counter-terrorism network and our security partners, is to continue to establish whether he was acting alone or working…

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Inventid Created World’s Affordable Solar Lamp: UK

Inventid Created World’s Affordable Solar Lamp: UK

To design World’s most affordable solar lamp a UK design consultancy has teamed up with a giant Chinese manufacturer. The SM100 solar light designed by a Manchester-based firm named “Inventid”, which sales for $5 in African countries. Solar Lamp was developed in association with China’s Yingli and charity Solar Aid. When the lamp fully charged then it will operate for eight hours. Also as a stand, it has strip slots so it can be used…

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Volkswagen Beats Toyota to Become Numero Uno Carmaker Globally

Volkswagen Beats Toyota to Become Numero Uno Carmaker Globally

The German Automaker, Volkswagen became number one automaker in the world-beating Japanese automotive manufacturer, Toyota despite diesel emissions scandal. In 2016, Volkswagens vehicle sold more than Toyota. As per the Monday’s Announcement which states that for the past four years, Toyota had been the biggest seller. In 2016, Toyota’s total sale was just under 10.2 million vehicles. According to industry analysts statement, Toyota had no chance of overtaking Volkswagen. General Motors also knew as GM…

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University of California San Diego: 3D printed, four-legged Robot developed by Michael Tolley

University of California San Diego: 3D printed, four-legged Robot developed by Michael Tolley

Engineers at the University of California, developed the first 3D printed, soft, four-legged robot that is capable of walking on the rough surfaces, such as sand and stone. Also, the robot can climb over mountain and robot is capable of walking on the different lands. The research directed by a mechanical engineering professor at the University of California San Diego, Michael Tolley, will present the robot in Singapore from May 29 to June 3 at…

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