Technology

TAC Security Launches AI Based Cyber Risk Management Platform ESOF

India & USA based cyber security solutions provider TAC Security has announced a new platform ESOF (Enterprise Security on One Framework) for organizations to manage their entire IT security and risk assessment needs in one single platform. William May, Former Vice President IBM and Subinder Khurana, Former VP-Cognizant has helped TAC team to build the platform since past two years. ...

Apple to launch ‘technology enabled’ healthcare service

Following Amazon’s lead, iPhone maker creating in-house clinics and health service for employees Apple is launching its own primary care health clinics called AC Wellness, following Amazon and Warren Buffett’s push into healthcare. Similar to Amazon’s team up with Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan, the AC Wellness Network aims to serve Apple’s roster of employees and their families providing “compassionate, ...

Do ‘longest flight’ records matter?

KALAHAN DENG Qatar Airways has launched what it says is the longest current non-stop commercial route, after completing a journey from Doha to Auckland. Flight QR920 landed on Monday after 16 hours and 23 minutes, slightly quicker than expected. The Boeing 777-200LR jet was showered with water cannons on arrival – a tradition for airlines on new routes. Carriers like ...

Kim Jong Un says North Korea close to testing ICBM

REPORTED BY KALAHAN DENG North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said that his country is close to testing an intercontinental ballistic missile. “Research and development of the cutting-edge tech weapons are actively progressing and strengthening our defense capabilities, including last stage preparation of tests for intercontinental ballistic rocket launch have been continuously succeeding,” Kim said in a televised address on ...

Hedy Lamarr – the star of Hollywood films

As well as being a leading lady in the 1940s, Hedy Lamarr was also the co-inventor of frequency-hopping technology. Donald Trump’s impending presidency has raised a new bar for the acceptance of anti-intellectual, anti-woman rhetoric, so let’s turn our attention to a pioneering inventor that also happened to be a leading lady in 1940s films. Insurance company Hiscox has put together ...

A SOLAR POWERED PLANE CROSSES PACIFIC OCEAN AND AROUND THE WORLD

REPORTED BY EDITOR KALAHAN DENG A solar powered plane completed 3 days flight and landed last night in California,U.S.A. What the significance of this flight ? Well, this solar powered plane spent 62 hours flight without fuel (gas) from HAWAII in the Pacific Ocean to California. In fact, this new technology will allows people to fly without fuel, without any ...

PM says he wants Australia to “lead the world” in cyber security

Edited by Nelly Tawil For the first time Australia has the ability to launch cyber attacks Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull admitted while unveiling Australia’s $240 million cyber security strategy, which will focus on closer collaboration with business. The Prime Minister revealed offensive cyber capabilities are utilized to prevent possible attacks, which could mean the government employing hackers to disrupt activities ...

Inside Africa’s largest aviation academy

WRITTEN BY KALAHAN DENG A fire rages in an airplane’s overhead compartment while alarmed passengers cough from the smoke filtering through the cabin. What happens next could be a matter of life and death. Fortunately, this is just a drill. But for the hopeful flight attendants of Ethiopian Airlines it’s a vital exercise in how to remain cool under extreme ...

The military’s holiday shopping list for more firepower

Moms and dads across America aren’t the only ones with a shopping list for the holiday season. Several lawmakers and presidential candidates have their own list of military programs they’re looking for the U.S. to acquire to bolster America’s military prowess. Despite the fact that the U.S. military already spends more than any other country’s armed forces, these politicians and ...

‘Alexa’ Penetrates privacy

he experiment with having a robot in my home was going well – useful exchanges, mutual learning, some bonding – right up until the robot thought I told it to “fuck off”. I hadn’t. But the robot was convinced. It flashed its blue light and scolded me in a tone mixing hurt, disappointment and reprimand: “That’s not very nice to ...