• Internet
    Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale: Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy A8+, and More Get Discounts, Offers

    The 2018 edition of Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale has already kicked off for Prime members and for regular users it will start at 12am IST (Midnight) on Wednesday, October 10. A number of smartphone manufacturers have put up their products with discounts, cashback, and exchange offers. Meanwhile, Samsung has also announced discounts and exchange offers across its products, including the […]

  • Science Updates
    Scientists Think They’ve Found the First Moon Outside Our Solar System

    In flickering light of a distant sun, scientists may have discovered the first moon outside our solar system. Writing in the journal Science Advances, two Columbia University astronomers using the Kepler and Hubble space telescopes say they’ve found signs of a large gassy “exomoon” orbiting an even larger exoplanet around a star 8,000 light-years away. […]

  • Education
    Transgender students allowed to choose between uniforms, says Education Department

    The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) says that transgender students should be allowed to choose between the school uniforms they feel most comfortable in. According to a report by EWN, Bronagh Hammond of the WCED has urged all schools in the province to embrace diversity and inclusivity by allowing transgender students the right to wear the uniform they […]

  • Science Updates
    NASA Sees Its Stalled Mars Rover Opportunity, but Still No Signals

    NASA scientists can now see their solar-powered probe that was lost in a Martian dust storm more than 100 days ago — but the vintage robot hasn’t shown any signs of life. Thanks to a high-resolution camera aboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, NASA said Tuesday it can see the Opportunity rover in Perseverance Valley, on the edge of […]

  • Education
    AL ranked third for most higher education cuts since 2008 recession

    MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) – Over the last decade only two states have cut their state funding for higher education, per student, more than Alabama. This is according to a report released Thursday by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Between 2008 and 2018, Alabama has cut $4,290 per student for higher education. Here is how Alabama […]

  • Science Updates
    Japan Space Probe Launches New Robot Onto Asteroid

    A Japanese probe launched a new observation robot towards an asteroid on Wednesday as it pursues a mission to shed light on the origins of the solar system. The Hayabusa2 probe launched the French-German Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout, or MASCOT, towards the Ryugu asteroid’s surface, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said. “We can confirm that the MASCOT separated […]

  • Education
    ‘Baptism barrier’ lifted by Education Minister Richard Bruton banning primary schools from enrolling students based on religion

    A ‘baptism barrier’ which allowed primary schools to select students for admission based on their religion was lifted yesterday. Education Minister Richard Bruton signed a commencement order to bring sections of the Education (Admissions to Schools) Act 2018 into operation which will make the school admission process fairer throughout the country. He also signed an […]

  • News Updates
    A History of the Blender

    Industrial blenders are giant blending machines that are used to mix the large volumes of ingredients necessary in commercial production. blending machines look a lot like home mixers except on a much, much larger scale. Industrial blenders are optimized to handle the specific ingredients in the product they’re associated with. Features like mixing speed, mixing […]