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What Is The "5G Network " ,You Must Know About This

What Is The  "5G Network " ,You Must Know About This
Most mobile phone users already use 3G and 4G networks, it is expected that 5G is likely to deliver new user experience in 2020.

5G stands for the fifth generation of the next wireless mobile standard. According to the Next Generation Mobile Network's 5G white paper, 5G connections must be based on 'user experience, system performance, enhanced services, business models and management & operations'.5G, as the name clearly suggests, will succeed 4G mobile wireless technology.  While the final 5G specifications haven’t been decided yet, 5G base stations are expected to offer 20 Gbps download and 10 Gbps upload speeds, which is a huge upgrade when compared to 4G. Users can expect to see minimum download speeds of 100 Mbps and upload speeds of 50 Mbps on compatible smartphones.  Apart from improved download and upload speeds, 5G base stations are expected to provide a maximum latency of just 4ms. In India, BSNL is …

Lenovo First Will Launch Smartphone With 5G Connectivity

Lenovo First Will Launch Smartphone With 5G Connectivity
Lenovo Vice President Chang Cheng has confirmed that his company will be the first to bring out a 5G smartphone. According to the executive’s post on Weibo, the device will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset, which is currently rumored to power a few upcoming flagship smartphones. Lenovo VP Chang Cheng has said, Lenovo will be the first smartphone maker to launch a 5G smartphone. The flagship device will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset under the hood. The executive hasn’t specified any timeframe for the release of the handset, so we aren’t sure if the Lenovo 5G flagship will be released later this year or early next year. Earlier this week, leakster Roland Quandt had revealed that the Snapdragon 855 has been in mass production since June, which suggests the first smartphones powered by the chip might be released before the end of the year. However, there is also a possibility that the chipset will be r…

Know About The Latest Feature WhatsApp

Know About The Latest  Feature WhatsApp 
WhatsApp has now finally launched the group calls for voice and video feature and it is already live. Facebook first introduced this feature at its annual F8 developers’ conference. Reports earlier suggested that the company might also venture into the dating space where more popular apps such as Tinder have already established a strong foothold. Coming back to WhatsApp, the group calls for voice and video feature is the company's one of the best features. WhatsApp said, "over the last couple of years, users have enjoyed making voice and video calls on WhatsApp." The messaging platform asserts that users spend over 2 billion minutes on calls per day. The company says "Group calls are always end-to-end encrypted, and we've designed calling to work reliably around the world in different network conditions." The feature is currently rolling out on the iPhone and Android versions. Earlier, this new feature was available only…

Postcards From Space

Postcards From Space
Neil Armstrong captures Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin working at the deployed Passive Seismic Experiment Package on 20 July 20, 1969. Image courtesy: NASA In this image from May 2018, the extraordinary view of Jupiter from the south makes the Great Red Spot appear as though it is in the northern territory. Image courtesy: NASA
Astronaut James Newman waves during a spacewalk outside the International Space Station. Image courtesy: NASA Contrasted against the stark, crater-marked lunar surface, the Earth is seen rising above the moon in this 24 December, 1968 image. Image courtesy: NASA

Tonight Mars Come To Earth's Closest Ever In 60,000 Years

Tonight Mars Come To Earth's Closest Ever In 60,000 Years


Don't forget to look up and catch a glimple of a brigher Mars tonight as the Red Planet makes its closest approach to Earth in 15 years on Tuesday when the two planets will be 57.6 million kilometres apart.
On July 27, Mars was at opposition, meaning that the Sun and the Red Planet came opposite to each other, keeping the Earth in the middle. Mars comes at opposition at an average interval of two years and two months when the planet comes close to the Earth and becomes brighter, the Ministry of Earth Science said in a statement. Mars opposition that had occurred in August 2003 brought the two planets closest distance in approximately 60,000 years. The closest approach on Tuesday will make Mars brightest since 2003. During opposition, Mars is especially photogenic because it can be seen fully illuminated by the Sun as viewed from Earth. By mid-August, Mars will become fainter as Mars and Earth travel farther away from each othe…

The Greatest Mystery MH370 ,Do You Remember ?

MALAYSIA Airlines flight MH370 became the world's greatest aviation mystery when it disappeared without a trace. Four years on, experts are no closer to finding the missing Boeing 777. Here's what we know. Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur and was heading to Beijing with 239 people on board. Passengers included Chinese calligraphers, a couple on their way home to their young sons after a long-delayed honeymoon and a construction worker who hadn't been home in a year. But at 12.14am on March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines lost contact with MH370 close to Phuket island in the Strait of Malacca. Before that, Malaysian authorities believe the last words heard from the plane, from either the pilot or co-pilot, was "Good night Malaysian three seven zero".
The Malaysian government is releasing the findings of what it says will be its final probe on Monday Experts over the years have offered a number of theories as to what happened to the plane, ranging from…

Which Satellite Launches By China ?

Which Satellite Launches By China ?

China on Tuesday launched Gaofen-11, an optical remote sensing satellite, as part of its high-resolution Earth observation project. It will aid in the Belt and Road Initiative.
The Gaofen-11 satellite was launched on a Long March 4B rocket at 11 am from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Centre in northern Shanxi Province, Xinhua news agency reported. The Gaofen-11 satellite was launched on a Long March 4B rocket at 11 am from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Centre in northern Shanxi Province, Xinhua news agency reported. It was the 282nd flight mission by a Long March carrier rocket.

For Whom US Warns IMF Against Bailout Package

For Whom US Warns IMF Against Bailout Package


The US today cautioned the IMF against a possible fresh bailout for Pakistan's new government to pay off Chinese lenders who have invested in the strategic China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. 

"There's no rationale for IMF tax dollars - and associated with that, American dollars that are part of the IMF funding - for those to go to bail out Chinese bondholders or China itself," Pompeo said. 
The International Monetary Fund has said that so far it has not received any such request from Pakistan. Cash-strapped Pakistan has availed of 14 IMF financing programmes since 1980. 
Pakistan needs about USD 3 billion in the next few months to avoid defaulting of loans from IMF, China
Key Trump administration officials are opposed to China wooing some developing countries with so much debt. They fear China is using loans and debt to gain influence over poorer states. 
A Pakistani Finance Ministry official told The Times newspaper: "Paki…

Know About The Blue Crystals In Meteorites

Know About The Blue Crystals In Meteorites

Our Sun's beginnings are a mystery. It burst into being 4.6 billion years ago, about 50 million years before the Earth formed. Since the Sun is older than the Earth, it's hard to find physical objects that were around in the Sun's earliest days—materials that bear chemical records of the early Sun. But in a new study in Nature Astronomy, ancient blue crystals trapped in meteorites reveal what the early Sun was like. And apparently, it had a pretty rowdy start.

"The Sun was very active in its early life—it had more eruptions and gave off a more intense stream of charged particles. I think of my son, he's three, he's very active too," says Philipp Heck, a curator at the Field Museum, professor at the University of Chicago, and author of the study. "Almost nothing in the Solar System is old enough to really confirm the early Sun's activity, but these minerals from meteorites in the Field Museum's collecti…

"Blood Moon" From The International Space Station

"Blood Moon" From The International Space Station
An astronaut in space captured haunting photographs of Friday's total lunar eclipse, also called a blood moon because of its eerie orange-red color.
In the short time the European Space Agency astronaut has been in orbit, he's done some stunning photography of Earth and the moon. On Friday, Gerst watched and photographed the eclipse from his temporary home about 250 miles above the planet. Here are a few pictures he snapped, plus some other share-worthy imagery he's recorded over the past eight weeks.


"Caught the moon leaving Earth's core shadow, just before setting over the South Atlantic," Gerst said of this photo. "Last photo of the lunar eclipse taken from ISS."

Experiment Published After Unexpected Results

Experiment Published After Unexpected Results
A group of young Toronto scientists made it by starting from their school project. Ranging between grades 8 through 12 at the time, the students suggested that a can of worms should be launched in space in order to better observe the effects of low gravity on muscle degeneration.


The young women have become a published scientist, as the unexpected results were published in the academic journal ‘’Gravitational Space Research’’.  None of them expected for the experiment to be so successful. The base was set four years ago when a student completion was launched at the University of Toronto schools. The goal was the elaboration of a project interesting enough to be sent to the International Space Station
The experiment was selected and a can of worms was sent in space, while another was studied in Toronto in order to observe if any differences will appear. When the two tubes were cross-analyzed it was discovered that worms in the can expose to mi…

NASA's TESS Satellite Updates

NASA's TESS Satellite Updates
A successful launch in April this year, NASA's newest planet hunter, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), has now started its search for planets around nearby stars. Officially beginning science operations on July 25, TESS is expected to transmit its first series of data back to Earth in August, and thereafter periodically every 13.5 days, once per orbit, as the spacecraft makes it closest approach to Earth, NASA said in a statement. "I'm thrilled that our new planet hunter mission is ready to start scouring our solar system's neighbourhood for new worlds," said NASA Astrophysics Division Director Paul Hertz. "Now that we know there are more planets than stars in our universe, I look forward to the strange, fantastic worlds we're bound to discover," Hertz added.
The mission will spend the next two years monitoring the nearest and brightest stars for periodic dips in their light. These events, called transits…

Have We Found Milky Way’s The Long-Lost Sibling Galaxy?

Have We Found Milky Way’s The Long-Lost Sibling Galaxy?

Around two billion years ago, Andromeda, the largest galaxy in our celestial neighbourhood, walloped M32p, a long-lost sibling of our own Milky Way.
This act of celestial cannibalism left behind a rich trail of evidence — a halo of stars larger than the unimaginably large Andromeda itself, and a mysterious satellite galaxy.

Biggest Down :Iran’s Rial Collapses Record-Low 100,000 To US Dollar

Iran’s Rial Collapses Record-Low 100,000 To US Dollar
Iran’s currency hit a record low on Sunday of 100,000 rials to the dollar amid a deepening economic crisis and the imminent return of full US sanctions. The unofficial rate stood at 102,000 rials by midday, according to Bonbast, one of the most reliable sites for tracking the Iranian currency. The rate was confirmed by a trader who spoke on condition of anonymity to AFP. With banks often refusing to sell their dollars at the artificially low rate, the government was forced to soften its line in June, allowing more flexibility for certain groups of importers. The handling of the crisis was one of the reasons behind last week’s decision by President Hassan Rouhani to replace central bank chief, Valiollah Seif. The US is set to reimpose its full range of sanctions in two stages on August 6 and November 4, forcing many foreign firms to cut off business with Iran.

After 15 Years Mars At Its Brightest, Closest Tomorrow To Earth

After 15 Years Mars At Its Brightest, Closest Tomorrow  To Earth
Mars and Earth will be closest to each other on July 31 for the first time in 15 years since their historically close approach in 2003. Mars will be at a distance of 35.8 million miles (57.6 million kilometers) from Earth. 

Mars reaches its highest point around midnight -- about 35 degrees above the southern horizon, or one third of the distance between the horizon and overhead. Mars will be visible for much of the night. Mars was closer in 2003 than in some 60,000 years, and it's now only slightly farther from Earth now than then.
The July 31 close encounter between the two planets is the closest until around the time of the Martian opposition on September 15, 2035. During opposition, Mars and the sun are on directly opposite sides of Earth. From our perspective on our spinning world, Mars rises in the east just as the sun sets in the west. Then, after staying up in the sky the entire night, Mars sets in the west just …

Trump Administration Set To Announce Major Indo-Pacific Economic

Trump Administration Set To Announce Major Indo-Pacific Economic
In US, the Trump administration is all set to roll out its major policy initiatives to address the massive infrastructural and energy needs of the Indo-Pacific region where India is seen as one of the anchor countries for greater connectivity and trade.