Apple Is Developing A Gaming-Centric Mac, To Be Unveiled in WWDC 2020, Says Rumor

Apple Is Developing A Gaming-Centric Mac, To Be Unveiled in WWDC 2020, Says Rumor

Apple is not new to performance-centric desktop and laptop devices, and the latest Mac Pro holds testimony to that claim. Nevertheless, we have not seen a gaming-centric Mac from the company, but that may change soon. According to the latest news from rumor mills, Apple is working on a gaming-centric Mac, making the company’s way to the eSports market. This device, rich in graphics and performance, is expected to get the grand introduction during WWDC 2020. Every bit of information available on this tech is based on a report by…

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Postal Workers Are Delivering More Than 20 Million Packages Per Day

Postal Workers Are Delivering More Than 20 Million Packages Per Day

Government agencies, especially those who are giving services, are famous for delay or insufficient type of services. However, when it comes to delivery, the US Postal service is considered as the best as compared to others. USPS, which was founded on the sole purpose of providing cheap and affordable services to customers, have done their job efficiently. Recent reports show the hard work of US Postal Workers resulted in delivering more than 20 Million Packages per day. People buy things, but they forget an essential part of it, and that’s…

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NASA’s Juno Discovers New Circumpolar Cyclone On South Pole Of Jupiter

NASA’s Juno Discovers New Circumpolar Cyclone On South Pole Of Jupiter

NASA’s Juno spacecraft has discovered giant cyclones on Jupiter’s southern pole. Juno was launched in 2011 with the ambitious aim of observing bizarre geometric storms beneath the dense clouds covering Jupiter. It reached Jupiter’s orbit on July 4, 2016. Researchers of NASA have now observed giant cyclones around the Jovian poles. Out of these cyclones, six is in the south and nine in the north. With each passing day, Juno’s Jovian Infrared Auroral Mapper instrument captured several data. These data indicate the presence of five windstorms swirling in a pentagonal…

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US Agency rules: McDonald’s won’t be responsible for treatment getting to the workers

US Agency rules: McDonald’s won’t be responsible for treatment getting to the workers

The National Labor Relations Board ruled on Thursday morning that McDonald’s should not be held accountable for the labor behavior of its franchisees. The federal agency that is accountable for enforcing U.S. labor law has issued its latest ruling in a year-long union case. This seeks to hold fast-food chains responsible to all workers at companies and franchise locations. The agency, which is also known as the NLRB (The National Labor Relations Board), instructed the law judge to support a settlement between McDonald’s and its franchisees and workers suspected of…

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Scientists Found a New Drug Which Treats Breast Cancer Like a Guided Missile

Scientists Found a New Drug Which Treats Breast Cancer Like a Guided Missile

The latest breakthrough in finding a cure for treating breast cancer can be a game-changer. Probably, in the current year, more than 265,000 people across the U.S. will be diagnosed with the disease. But there is always a ray of hope which might change the way to treat breast cancer. On Wednesday, doctors have reported incredibly good results from tests of two experimental medications. The drug has offered the best results in women having a severe type of breast cancer that had spread broadly in the body. Besides this, it…

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Japanese researchers found more risk of cancer by even light drinking

Japanese researchers found more risk of cancer by even light drinking

In a new study of Japanese researchers, they have found a connection between lifelong drinking to an increased risk of cancer. Even light alcohol for a lifetime can be harmful to an individual. On Monday, in the journal of cancer, data of the last ten years has been published. It shows research on tracking the health of patients across Japan who had hospitalized. This data is on various parameters. Patients were asked about their diet, drinking habits, as well as how much they drink daily and how long they had…

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A new sound-based experiment used to attract fishes to dead coral reefs

A new sound-based experiment used to attract fishes to dead coral reefs

Coral reefs are dying all around the world. The primary reasons for death are overfishing, pollution. Other factors involve an increase in temperature due to an increase in global warming and destructive processes such as digging canals in the oceans. This has contributed to destroying at least 50% of the total coral reefs in Australia. Hence the scientist has decided to develop ways so that they can increase the health of the coral reefs. In earlier attempts to revive the coral reefs scientist have used several unorthodox methods. Coral nurseries…

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Project Scarlett & PlayStation 5 may develop few advanced features

Project Scarlett & PlayStation 5 may develop few advanced features

The Project Scarlett and PS5 might collaborate for share hardware, which is required to create new features. Under the deal, the customer would get a better experience through the new interface. This new product will be loaded with various features that are not incorporated by any company previously, such as virtual assistants. Virtual assistant feature is mainly focused on providing a high end experience to its user, which might be same as the Xbox. In September 2019, Play Station incorporated Artificial Intelligence (AI) feature by which gamer can get answer…

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Jeremy Powell Said Fed Is Looking Forward To Achieving 2% Inflation Rate Goal

Jeremy Powell Said Fed Is Looking Forward To Achieving 2% Inflation Rate Goal

Federal reserves have the responsibility of maintaining the inflation rate when the economy is booming, and Jeremy Powell is likely going to do it. Recently when asked about the Fed’s decision on the current economic situation Jeremy Powell the chairman of the Fed, said that they are looking forward to maintaining the goal of the inflation rate at two percent. Feds have previously cut the rate of interest when the country’s on the verge of facing another great recession. However, reports are in favor of the economy; everyone is expecting…

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A large number of the workforce are not suitable for the new-age tasks

A large number of the workforce are not suitable for the new-age tasks

Human resources consultants say that at least one-third of Indian IT professionals, or about one million engineers, are not qualified to cope with the rapid development of software technology. Industry experts warn that unless engineers can improve skills, or they may find themselves unemployed. The most vulnerable part is middle-level employees, which, according to some estimates, account for about 20% of the total IT workforce of 3 million. According to industry experts, only a small percentage of the 600,000 employees have skills related to new technologies and advanced technologies. The…

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