Tesla debuts $35,000 Model 3, sees loss in first quarter

01/03/2019 15:09

Tesla Inc said on Thursday it would not be profitable in the first quarter, as it offered for the first time a $35,000 version of its Model 3 sedan and said its global sales would now be online-only, steps designed to increase demand and cut overhead costs for the electric vehicle maker.

Scientists Invent Method to Turn CO2 Into Solid Carbon – Report

28/02/2019 09:00

The new method is more economically efficient and environmentally friendly than the one used today, researchers say. Carbon produced this way can also reportedly serve as a supercapacitor - a device that can store and transfer a very high electrical charge.

Viettel brings four group of smart solutions to Mobile World Congress 2019

27/02/2019 11:25

Viettel attends Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona (Spain) between the 25th and the 28th of February 2019. The theme of this year event is “Intelligent Connectivity”.  This is the 5thtime in a row that Viettel is the only representative of Vietnam to attend the biggest annual event of the mobile technology industry worldwide.

Microsoft workers demand it drop $480 million U.S. Army contract

23/02/2019 15:08

Some Microsoft Corp employees on Friday demanded that the company cancel a $480 million hardware contract to supply the U.S. Army, with 94 workers signing a petition calling on the company to stop developing “any and all weapons technologies.”

Mega lift? Stonehenge pillars were carried 230km over land – research

20/02/2019 09:07

They are among the most famous and most enigmatic mysteries in all of archaeology: how did neolithic builders, using only stone, wooden and bone tools, carve Stonehenge’s bluestone pillars from the hilltops of western Wales – and how on earth did they transport them more than 230km (143 miles) to Salisbury plain?

hey are among the most famous and most enigmatic mysteries in all of archaeology: how did neolithic builders, using only stone, wooden and bone tools, carve Stonehenge’s bluestone pillars from the hilltops of western Wales – and how on earth did they transport them more than 230km (143 miles) to Salisbury plain?
hey are among the most famous and most enigmatic mysteries in all of archaeology: how did neolithic builders, using only stone, wooden and bone tools, carve Stonehenge’s bluestone pillars from the hilltops of western Wales – and how on earth did they transport them more than 230km (143 miles) to Salisbury plain?

Vietnam seeks AI training and investment

19/02/2019 15:19

Vietnam, like many other countries, is in a bid to spur economic innovation with Artificial Intelligence (AI), but experts said the country is starting from at a low point and needs to make a huge effort to catch up with the global trend.

Supermoon set to light up the sky this week

18/02/2019 20:30

In the words of Van Morrison, it will be “a marvellous night for a moondance” with the closest supermoon of the year set to take place tomorrow night (February 19).

Five smart things honeybees can do

13/02/2019 08:29

These insects’ brains may be tiny, but they’re better with numbers than many human children and they are past masters at communicating life skills.

Locally made device maps ocean floor

12/02/2019 15:51

A group of Vietnamese researchers has created an unmanned vehicle that can be used to create maps of the ocean floor and collect environmental data.

NASA Invited Russia to Develop Radiation Alert System - Researcher

11/02/2019 19:35

NASA's Johnson Space Center has invited Russian scientists to jointly develop a system of forecasting radiation hazards during solar flares to protect crew of NASA' s prospective lunar-orbit space station Gateway, Mikhail Panasyuk, the head of the Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics at Lomonosov Moscow State University, said.

Apple leaves Facebook offices in disarray after revoking app permissions

03/02/2019 17:33

Apple has left Facebook’s campus in disarray after the company revoked the social network’s permission to build or run employee-only applications, according to reports. Employees were reportedly left unable to read cafeteria menus, call for inter-office transport or use versions of the social network’s own apps.