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The Ultimate Worlds | March 17, 2018

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Intel, in Oval Office, announces $7 billion semiconductor factory

February 8, 2017 |

Intel Corp (INTC.O) chose the Oval Office as its backdrop to announce a $7 billion investment in a new Arizona semiconductor factory, a plant it said would create 3,000 new jobs when it is up and running.

Intel Chief Executive … Read More

Iranian hackers use fake website information to spy

May 31, 2014 |

A group of Iranian cyber spy managed to trap 2,000 people including U.S. and Israeli military through a fake website information.

Iranian cyber- spies have used for three years a fake news site to contact military targets in the United … Read More

Samsung puts a foot in the e-health before Apple

May 31, 2014 |

The Korean giant grilled politeness to Apple. He presented the first fruits of its digital platform dedicated to health, Simband. It works with a storage system in the cloud, but is not yet fully completed.

Steal the show. This is … Read More

Beijing in Panic from Espionage: shut down IBM Servers from Chinese Banks

May 31, 2014 |

IBM Servers in China to be Removed After Espionage Scandal. China is forcing to the banks to stop using IBM servers and replace quickly. Sometimes financial espionage can be much more dangerous for a country of the political. It is … Read More

Google launches ‘right to be forgotten’ service for EU citizen

May 31, 2014 |

Links outdated or incorrect? Not anymore, at least on the Google search engine, which processes 90% of all searches on the Web in Europe. Google launches service ‘right to be forgotten’ form for Eurpian. The decision by Google comes after … Read More

3D printing: towards artificial bone mass production?

May 25, 2014 |

Japanese researchers have developed a new technique for producing artificial bone. Technical and therapeutic unprecedented breakthrough.

A new type of artificial bone was developed by the University of Tokyo and a medical company, in order to facilitate mass production. The … Read More

Cell Phone Data Against Malaria

May 21, 2014 |

Recently Southampton University researchers have used mobile phone data to understand spreading of Malaria in African countries. The use of mobile data could be very effective against malaria, according to a recent study conducted in Namibia.

Rely on the rise … Read More

Global net shot against cyber criminals of “BlackShades”

May 19, 2014 |

More than 80 people were arrested from 16 countries for maliciously hacked computers using “BlackShades” software. Fifty searches were conducted in France.

More than 80 people were detained in the world as part of an operation to the “BlackShades” software, … Read More

Japan prohibits “scientific” whaling

May 18, 2014 |

The International Court of Justice challenging the scientific value of the Japanese program in the Southern Ocean. But Japan wants to continue his “research” in the North Pacific.

The Nisshin Maru, the Japanese factory ship skinning whales are hunted the … Read More

The collection of skulls of a miracle surgeon

May 18, 2014 |

At the heart of the exhibition Paul Tissier, they are presented for the first time to the public in the museum of the history of medicine at the University Paul-Descartes in Paris. Acrylic skull. Dystopia orbitraire first intracranial. Shown in … Read More