Aspartame Paving Way to Anxiety, Recent Studies Show

Aspartame has been the focus of numerous studies as researchers need to know more about the safety and effects of this artificial sweetener. A Florida State University looked into the potential impact of aspartame on anxiety and found that mice that consumed aspartame exhibited anxiety-like behavior afterward and presented changes in the expression of genes …

6G: Unleashing the Power of Technology Through The Human Body

With telecommunications growing by leaps and bounds, the world has already started looking forward to the introduction of 6G. With 5G yet to flourish completely and show its capabilities across domains, research on 6G communications have already started. Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst feel that the human body is the way forward to …

OpenAI’s ChatGPT Reportedly Costs $100,000 a Day to Run

OpenAI has been surprising the world with its achievements lately. With ChatGPT, an AI-powered chatbot, the company has made it possible to create interaction-style conversations. One thing about ChatGPT that has everyone on the edge of their seats is its human-like responses. Another fact fueling the excitement about OpenAI’s latest venture is that it is …

Microsoft Clears Air Regarding Activision with FTC

The Federal Trade Commission has blocked tech giant Microsoft in its attempt to acquire the video game developer Activision Blizzard, Inc. This would be Microsoft’s largest deal that strategically wipes out the competition in the video gaming industry. Owning the gaming franchises such as Call of Duty, the alleged $69 billion deal was held back …

Major Projects in Water Bill Gets President Biden’s Assent

President Joe Biden gave his assent to a large defense bill on 23 December 2022, Friday which involves major infrastructure developments. Via the Water Resources Development Act that directs the Army Corps of Engineers, the bill targets the betterment of navigation and protection against storms worsened by climate change. This is the biggest project by …

Tim Cook Says Apple Will Use US-Made Chips

To reduce the reliance on Asian manufacturing and quell concerns from US and European lawmakers about potential security threats and supply disruptions due to geopolitical tensions, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed on Tuesday that Apple would buy microchips made in the US at the new Arizona factory. The announcement was made at the opening ceremony …

Chinese-tech Giant, Huawei, Is Now Selling 5G Patents To Competitors.

Huawei, a Chinese tech giant, announces a global patent cross-licensing agreement with Oppo, a leading competitor in the tech industry. This agreement allows the two companies to share their intellectual properties and take leaps of innovation. With more than 20 years of innovation, Huawei was, at one time, the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer. They shipped …

Elon Musk vs. Apple: Has The War Begun?

Elon Musk has done it again—he’s brought the fight out into the open. This time it’s against Apple Inc. And it is a fight that is bound to be exciting. There are no legal tricks he could pull off, public shaming he could inspire, or any money he could throw away in pursuing both, that …

Domino’s Pizza to Launch EV Fleet to Oversee the Delivery Shortage Issue

Pizza is certainly one of the most filling foods, and when it comes to pizza, one of the most anticipated names is Domino’s, with its widespread availability across the world. But, when it comes to the demand for pizzas, especially Domino’s, the US residents win it. This excess demand has led to a shortage in …

Boeing Targetting Sustainable Aviation Fuel For All its Aircraft

The international aviation industry has already discussed its plan to obtain net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The authentic equipment manufacturer, namely, the renowned Boeing is decidedly traversing its way to convert the airline’s present fleet to an absolute 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). To throw some light on SAF, it is a biofuel presented …