Telecom Regulatory Authority of India bans Facebook’s Free Basics

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India bans Facebook’s Free Basics

As we all know that much of the opposition to Facebook's Internet/Free basics has been framed around the net neutrality debate. But, I think the problem is rooted in the idea of Data Darwinism, where data owners shape the narrative and make decisions that leave millions without a choice.

Scientists say their discovery may help explain the Great Attractor

Scientists say their discovery may help explain the Great Attractor

An international group of scientists has discovered hundreds of close by galaxies that had been hidden by the Milky Way galaxy's dust and the stars. With this discovery, they have been able to gain new insight into a strange astronomical difference around 150 million light years away.

Obama Administration's final budget request offers $19 billion for NASA in fiscal year 2017

Obama Administration's final budget request offers $19 billion for NASA in fisca

Released on February 9, the Obama Administration's final budget request has offered $19 billion for the US space agency NASA in fiscal year 2017. It has seen a $300 million decrease from the agency's final 2016 budget.

Scientists may Confirm Existence of Gravitational Waves Today

Scientists may Confirm Existence of Gravitational Waves Today

About 100 years ago when genius physicist Albert Einstein gave theory of general relativity, he had no idea that scientists will one day find direct evidence of gravitational waves' existence. If rumors are believed, scientists will reveal their observation of the elusive waves at the US National Science Foundation.

Stunning photo of Newborn Star Illuminating Nebula captured

Stunning photo of Newborn Star Illuminating Nebula captured

A stunning picture of a newly formed star seen bathing in its nebula's glowing blue light has been captured by astronomers. Roughly 500 light-years away from Earth, the star, called HD 97300, brightens up the surrounding cosmic clouds made up of dust particles. It can be observed in the Chamaeleon Complex, located in the southern constellation of the Chamaeleon.

In Spite of Big Loss in Q4 Tesla’s Shares Increased over Rosy Outlook

In Spite of Big Loss in Q4 Tesla’s Shares Increased over Rosy Outlook

On Wednesday, Tesla Motors reported its fourth quarter earnings reports that missed the analysts' estimates. However, the electric car maker gave a rosy outlook for 2016 to its investors offering reassurances that production of its new models is on track. During the afterhours trading, the company's shares scaled fourteen percent at a point in spite of the losses in the Q4.

Gold Jumps as Yellen says the Fed may take a Go Slow Path for Interest Rate Hikes

Gold Jumps as Yellen says the Fed may take a Go Slow Path for Interest Rate Hike

Gold gained as Chair Janet Yellen hinted that the Federal Reserve might go slow on further interest-rate hikes, in case turmoil in the global markets persists for long. It was gold's biggest jump touching the highest level in last eight months.

Cracknell supports tax on sugary drinks in the UK

Cracknell supports tax on sugary drinks in the UK

James Cracknell, a double time Olympic gold medallist, has joined calls for introducing an additional tax on sugary drinks as a measure to fight obesity in the country.

Patients less likely to die with more nurses, study

Patients less likely to die with more nurses, study

Health experts have warned that patients are less likely to die if there are more nurses in the hospital and warned hospital managements not to substitute qualified staff with cheaper alternatives.

Gasoline Prices Drop Further in the Midwest and West due to Oversupply

Gasoline Prices Drop Further in the Midwest and West due to Oversupply

Gasoline and crude oil both continue to be supplied at record levels. The two most volatile markets in the United States, the Midwest and the West, reports plenty of supplies. With flooding of gasoline, the prices also are ticking down in most states.

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Telecom Regulatory Authority of India bans Facebook’s Free Basics
Obama Administration's final budget request offers $19 billion for NASA in fisca
Scientists say their discovery may help explain the Great Attractor
Scientists may Confirm Existence of Gravitational Waves Today
Stunning photo of Newborn Star Illuminating Nebula captured
In Spite of Big Loss in Q4 Tesla’s Shares Increased over Rosy Outlook
Gold Jumps as Yellen says the Fed may take a Go Slow Path for Interest Rate Hike
Cracknell supports tax on sugary drinks in the UK
Patients less likely to die with more nurses, study
Gasoline Prices Drop Further in the Midwest and West due to Oversupply
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