Category: News

  • Bitcoin nears $60,000 as institutional demand surges

    Bitcoin nears $60,000 as institutional demand surges

    Bitcoin, the world’s leading cryptocurrency, has been on a strong uptrend since bouncing from the $50,000 support level on March 25. It is now trading close to $60,000, a level that has not been seen since November 2021, when it reached its all-time high of $68,789. The recent rally has been driven by several factors,…

  • How the OnePlus Watch 2 achieves amazing battery life with Google’s new hybrid Wear OS

    How the OnePlus Watch 2 achieves amazing battery life with Google’s new hybrid Wear OS

    The OnePlus Watch 2 is one of the first smartwatches to use Google’s new hybrid Wear OS, which promises to deliver a premium user experience without compromising on battery life. The watch uses a dual-chipset architecture that intelligently switches between a powerful main processor and a low-power co-processor, depending on the task at hand. This…

  • How South Africa plans to reduce emissions despite coal dependency?

    South Africa, the 15th biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world, has pledged to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. However, the country faces a dilemma as it relies heavily on coal for its electricity needs. How can South Africa balance its energy security and its climate commitments? Coal power plants will stay online longer…

  • How 5G Networks are Powering the Future of IoT and AI

    How 5G Networks are Powering the Future of IoT and AI

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term that describes the network of physical devices, sensors, and machines that are connected to the Internet and can communicate with each other. IoT has many applications across various industries, such as smart homes, smart cities, smart agriculture, smart manufacturing, and smart healthcare. IoT devices can generate and…

  • How Soil Microbes Hold the Key to Climate Solutions?

    How Soil Microbes Hold the Key to Climate Solutions?

    Soil microbes are tiny organisms that live in the soil and perform various functions that affect the global carbon cycle. They decompose plant material, recycle nutrients, and store carbon in the soil. However, most of them are unknown and poorly represented in climate models. A new study by scientists from the Department of Energy’s Lawrence…

  • Bitcoin ETFs Reach New Heights as US Approves Spot Products

    Bitcoin ETFs Reach New Heights as US Approves Spot Products

    The crypto market witnessed a historic moment on Jan. 10, 2024, when the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved 11 new spot Bitcoin ETFs, allowing investors to gain direct exposure to the leading cryptocurrency. This development marks a significant shift from the previous norm, where ETFs were limited to holding Bitcoin futures contracts, which…

  • AT&T to Compensate Users for Network Outage with $5 Credit

    AT&T to Compensate Users for Network Outage with $5 Credit

    AT&T, one of the largest wireless carriers in the U.S., has announced that it will offer a $5 credit to customers who were affected by a nationwide network outage last week. The outage, which lasted for several hours on Thursday, left many users without cellphone service and unable to make calls, send texts, or access…

  • Pyth Network Brings Bitcoin ETF Data to DeFi Protocols

    Pyth Network Brings Bitcoin ETF Data to DeFi Protocols

    Pyth Network, a platform that provides real-time market data for blockchain applications, has announced the launch of price feeds for 13 Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) on Feb. 20, 2024. This means that developers building decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols can now access accurate and up-to-date price data for Bitcoin ETFs, which are regulated investment products that…

  • Navalny’s death sparks outrage and protests in Russia and abroad

    Navalny’s death sparks outrage and protests in Russia and abroad

    The death of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny has triggered a wave of condemnation and demonstrations in Russia and around the world. Navalny, who was a vocal critic of President Vladimir Putin and exposed corruption in the Kremlin, died in prison on Friday after losing consciousness. His supporters and Western leaders have blamed Putin’s regime…

  • QPM’s Projects Lead the Way in Green Battery Metals and Energy

    QPM’s Projects Lead the Way in Green Battery Metals and Energy

    Queensland Pacific Metals (QPM) is making headlines with its innovative and sustainable projects in the battery metals and energy sectors. The company’s TECH and Moranbah projects are setting new standards for eco-friendly practices and circular manufacturing processes, while also delivering strong financial results and securing strategic partnerships. TECH Project: A Sustainable Battery Materials Refinery The…