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How Technology Aids Your Brain When Solving Puzzles

In addition to being enjoyable, solving puzzles requires a serious mental effort. Both families and individuals can enjoy solving puzzles. It doesn't matter if your...

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How are software testing and quality assurance (QA) different?

Software QA services are the techniques used to guarantee that software fulfills performance and usability criteria throughout the development process. Testing and QA may...

How Has Tech Changed the Dating Scene For LGBT Couples?

Technology is shaping our world. There’s no way to hide from it. It’s getting to the most remote areas of Earth. But is that...

Boeing’s Starliner crew capsule meets Atlas rocket for long-delayed test flight

Ready for another try at launching on a test flight to the International Space Station, Boeing rolled a repaired Starliner crew capsule to United Launch Alliance's seaside rocket hangar at Cape Canaveral Wednesday to prepare for a liftoff scheduled for May 19.

Hip Replacement Surgery – What Are the Associated Complications

Hip replacement surgery is one of the commonest procedures that are performed in medical orthopedics. It is mostly recommended in elderlies to treat hip...

Talking Best of Show with Greg Palmer and the Finovate Podcast – On Video!

Join Finovate VP and Host of the Finovate Podcast Greg Palmer as he shares his video conversations with Finovate Best of Show winning companies. Greg Palmer catches up with Hal Lonas, Chief Technology Officer with Trulioo. FinovateEurope 2022 Best of Show winner. Demo video. “(Identity verification) is very challenging, especially when you look at it Read more...

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Technologies of future: How AI will impact online relationships?

We’re living in a world that changes every day. Some of these changes come unnoticed at first, others arrive with a bang and seem...
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NASA restarts moon rocket wet dress rehearsal countdown

NASA restarted a two-day dress-rehearsal countdown Tuesday for the agency's new Space Launch System moon rocket after a series of unrelated glitches, mostly involving ground systems, blocked two earlier attempts to fully fuel the huge launcher to verify its readiness for flight.

Developing Industry 5.0 Solutions For Regenerative Agriculture and Sustainable Manufacturing

Detroit, Michigan – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Heartland has revolutionized plot mapping technology to drive efficiency for farming operations across the world. Their ReMap technology...

First crew of private astronauts welcomed aboard International Space Station

A SpaceX Dragon spacecraft docked at the International Space Station on Saturday with four private astronauts, beginning a planned stay of at least eight days -- and maybe longer -- while becoming the first mission with an all-commercial crew to visit the orbiting research complex.

Citing valve problem, NASA will load only the SLS core stage in next countdown test

A problem with a helium valve on the Space Launch System moon rocket's upper stage will require ground teams to only partially load the giant launcher with cryogenic propellants during an upcoming countdown dress rehearsal, NASA officials said Saturday. NASA also confirmed teams now targeting Thursday for the next try to complete the test.

First-of-its-kind commercial astronaut mission heads for space station

Strapped in the seats of a SpaceX crew capsule, a retired NASA astronaut and three wealthy paying passengers rocketed into orbit Friday from the Kennedy Space Center on the first fully commercial mission to the International Space Station.

NASA bumps Artemis countdown rehearsal until after Axiom crew launch

NASA officials said Tuesday they are standing down from a cryogenic loading test on the agency's Space Launch System moon rocket until after the launch of a commercial crew mission from a neighboring pad at the Kennedy Space Center. A countdown test Monday was delayed by what NASA managers characterized as minor issues, including a liquid oxygen temperature concern and a manual valve that was left in the wrong configuration before teams evacuated the SLS launch pad.
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