Technology

Everyday items you did not know were flammable

House fires continue to take a searing toll on U.S. homeowners, with more than 350,000 house fires per year causing as many as 2,510 civilian fire deaths, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Read More »

Special shelter for the homeless in Germany

Windproof and waterproof sleep pods have been installed in the streets of a German city in order to house the homeless.  The wood and steel cabins, which can fit up to two people, protect against the cold, wind, and humidity. They also guarantee fresh air circulation. Read More »

Discover the Bitcoin Farm

Bitcoin is a digital currency created in January 2009 following the housing market crash. It follows the ideas set out in a whitepaper by the mysterious and pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto. The identity of the person or persons who created the technology is still a mystery. Read More »

2 Deaths in 3 Hours in the ICU

Since first being recorded late last year in China, the Covid-19 coronavirus has spread around the world, and been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. However, differences in testing mean that the number of cases may be understated for some countries. Read More »

Scientifically Reasons Why Couples Eventually Start to Look Alike

If you’ve ever had the feeling that married couples tend to look alike, it’s not in your head. A new study published in the journal PLOS Genetics suggests that this is indeed the case — and that it’s because many pairs of spouses have the same ancestry. In other words, they were related even before they got hitched. Read More »

Shahrzad Rafati, resident in Canada

BroadbandTV Corp. (BBTV), an enabling platform for content owners that is advancing the world through the creation, distribution, management and monetization of content is pleased to announce Shahrzad Rafati, Founder & CEO, BBTV has been named CanadianSME Magazine’s Business Woman of the Year in recognition of her outstanding strength, business savvy, innovation, and success in the media and technology industry. Read More »

The fate of 6 famous factories

Factory furloughs across the U.S. are becoming permanent closings, a sign of the heavy damage the coronavirus pandemic and shutdowns are exerting on the industrial economy. Read More »

university entrance exams affected by covid

At this time of global uncertainty, you may be nervously wondering whether your application to university will be affected. Will you still be able to sit any exams or tests that are needed for your application to be accepted? Is your chosen university still accepting international applications? Will you be able to study your degree in-person, or has the university ... Read More »

New War tanks

The new M1A2C Abrams boasts new active and passive protection that could help to protect it from the latest enemy weaponry. The photo depicts one of the new fighting vehicles at the Army’s Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona. The most obvious new features of the M1A2C that are evident in the photo are the vehicle’s Trophy active protection systems and ... Read More »

The most advanced fighter

Fighter aircraft are a vital component of any air force and examples such as the F-35 Lightning and F-22 Raptor demonstrate their vast superiority. Airforce-technology analyses the top ten best fighter aircraft in the world, based on aircraft specifications, technology, armament fit and performance. Read More »