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China ‘Connects’ A UAV With A Submarine; Claims Developing Tech That Can Communicate From 30,000 Km

The South China Sea served as the testing ground for the technology. According to the reports, the listening instrument picked…

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Euro telco giants test holographic calling

Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telefónica and Vodafone have conducted a pilot with Matsuko, a Slovakia-based start-up that has developed a holographic…

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The largest commercial communications array ever has just launched. Expect to see it – it’s huge and bright

On the weekend SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launched a giant satellite into space. Called BlueWalker 3, it’s a prototype by…

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INS Vikrant: Why India’s aircraft carrier is no match for China

India’s newest and most powerful ship, the aircraft carrier INS Vikrant, was inducted into the navy last Friday. India is…

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Qualcomm and Meta join forces to ‘revolutionise the future of computing’

Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon and Meta Founder Mark Zuckerberg announced their collaboration at trade show IFA in Germany, which they…

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TNB and Mysuri Biz EV taxi collaboration – first cabs in TeksiKu service due out in Nov, 1,000 units planned

In general, charging infrastructure support in the public domain will be provided by TNB, but Mysuri will also implement a…

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China’s New Hypersonic Drone Can Be Used To Conduct Suicide Attacks On US F-22, F-35 Stealth Fighters – Military Experts

So far, the analysis claims it to be a high-altitude, hypersonic, reconnaissance, and targeting drone. Other reports have quoted Chinese…

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Singapore to have first hydrogen-ready power plant by H1 2026

Singapore will have its first hydrogen-ready power facility Keppel Sakra Cogen Plant, following a final investment decision by Keppel Infrastructure…

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Iran Unveils Massive Underground UAV Facility; Flaunts Its Drone Power In Nationwide Drills With Nearly 150 UAVs

The drill was conducted on several land locations, including the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.

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Baidu launches quantum computer in China and gives people access via PC, smartphone or the cloud

Leading quantum scientist Pan Jianwei says it is a brave first step towards bringing the futuristic technology out of the…

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The world’s first hydrogen-powered passenger trains are here

The future of environmentally friendly travel might just be here -- and it's Germany that's leading the charge, with the…

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LCS Scandal – a Different Perspective

Vested interest, weak procurement regime and insouciant attitude towards national defense, has brought it to a state of disrepair.

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Digital Bangkok 2: How next-gen urban development is driving new growth opportunities

As one of the fastest growing regions in the world, Asia is leading the way in digital development. Powered by…

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Nightmare For US? China Follows Russia’s Footsteps; Developing Its Own Nuclear-Powered ‘Super Torpedoes’

Russia announced a giant nuclear torpedo called ‘Poseidon’ in 2010, capable of hitting coastal cities and wreaking havoc with its…

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Rakuten Symphony launches Indian Open RAN initiative

Rakuten Symphony has built up an employee base of 3,000 through both acquisitions and organic growth, based in Bengaluru and…

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