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What Industries are Benefiting the Most from VN88 Rezence Wireless Charging Advancements?

Wireless charging has been around for a while now, but it’s only recently that it’s started to gain widespread adoption. This is largely due to the ... read more

DMV experienced nationwide outage for nearly 3 hours – leaving Americans unable to obtain driver’s licenses

The DMV was hit by an outage due to a third-party issue The third-party supplies software and loss cloud connectivity  READ MORE: DMV was down across the US By... read more

DMVs across the US are DOWN – leaving thousands of Americans unable to complete vehicle registrations and driving licensing tasks

State officials announced all US DMVS are experiencing network outages  Americans cannot complete vehicle registrations or driver licensing   By Stacy Libe... read more

Gen Z is facing early ‘mid-life crisis’ due to social media, US Surgeon General warns

By Jim Norton Technology Editor For The Daily Mail Published: 18:10 GMT, 20 March 2024 | Updated: 18:16 GMT, 20 March 2024 Young people are facing an early ‘m... read more

Feline unwell? 60% of owners think their pets should have access to the same healthcare treatment options as humans

By Xantha Leatham, Deputy Science Editor For The Daily Mail Published: 18:00 GMT, 20 March 2024 | Updated: 18:00 GMT, 20 March 2024 Most pet owners will, at som... read more

Meta is DOWN: Facebook, Instagram and Messenger hit with worldwide outage leaving users unable to access accounts – 2 weeks after platforms were knocked offline by an ‘internal’ issue

Meta’s Facebook, Instagram and Messenger are down worldwide The outage hit around 10:45am ET and is impacting the apps and websites  By Stacy Liberatore ... read more

5 Benefits of Adopting DevOps for SMEs

In the rapidly evolving digital landscape, small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are constantly seeking strategies to enhance efficiency, streamline operatio... read more

How New Technology Has Improved Great Ideas from the Past

As technology keeps improving and making our lives easier, it’s fascinating to see some of the ways it changes the world around us. The following are some gre... read more

Women with long hair have more sex than ladies with shorter cuts, study finds

Married women with long hair have sex more often than those with short crops Long hair may heighten perceptions of attractiveness and intensify sexual desire By... read more

Spring has officially sprung! Vernal Equinox is today as the sun shines directly over the equator – meaning winter is finally over

Today is the Spring Equinox which marks the start of ‘astronomical’ spring At 03:06 GMT tomorrow morning, the sun will pass directly above the equat... read more

EPA bans most common form of cancer-causing asbestos – that has continued to be used in insulation, home appliances and brake pads despite links to 40,000 deaths a year

By Nikki Main Science Reporter For Dailymail.Com Published: 16:18 GMT, 18 March 2024 | Updated: 16:46 GMT, 18 March 2024 The Biden administration has issued a b... read more

Why do we love our teddy bears so much? Scientists say it doesn’t matter what our childhood toys look like – it’s the emotional bond that counts

What makes our childhood toys so special has nothing to do with looks Instead, experts say it’s all down to the comforting power they give us  By Xantha ... read more

Fridge magnets can give you a holiday boost by reminding you of happy times abroad, research finds

Britons said they preferred buying collecting magnets than than photos By Xantha Leatham Deputy Science Editor Published: 21:20 GMT, 17 March 2024 | Updated: 2... read more

Learning the Mechanisms: How Does a Ducted Split System Work?

Ducted split systems are popular for home, commercial, and office air conditioning. They cool efficiently while looking sleek and discreet. Let’s examine ... read more

Run rage! A jog can make you angry and aggressive… because it’s so boring

US researchers analysed data from more than 10,000 people By Roger Dobson Published: 00:16 GMT, 17 March 2024 | Updated: 00:56 GMT, 17 March 2024 The calories b... read more

World Sleep Day 2024: Doctor warns how lack of sleep in young women can lead to potentially deadly health risks and issues including infertility

Indian neurologist Dr Pravin Naphade warned about bad sleep for young women He added that strokes, Alzheimer’s disease and depression are other dangers E... read more

How ‘grey divorce’ reshapes family dynamics: When older couples split, fathers are more likely to lose touch with their children, study finds

There has been a growing trend in recent years for ‘grey divorce’ Researchers have studied the impact this has on their children By Xantha Leatham D... read more

Rare explosion in space is set to create a new star in the night sky that will be visible for just one week… here is how YOU can see it

By Nikki Main Science Reporter For Dailymail.Com Published: 16:02 GMT, 13 March 2024 | Updated: 16:02 GMT, 13 March 2024 A new star will appear in the night sky... read more

The Benefits That Automated Liquid Handling Systems Provide

Every day more and more industries are turning to automated robotic systems to handle difficult and dangerous tasks in a more efficient, safer manner than a hum... read more

People are more likely to donate money to charity if they’ve had a good night’s sleep, study finds

Your likelihood of giving money to charity is driven by how well you’ve slept Good quality sleep is defined by being able to fall asleep quickly and stay ... read more

Study reveals the most commonly autocorrected names in Britain – so, is your name mistaken as a typo?

It’s designed to improve your texts, documents, and emails. But as anyone who has used spell check or autocorrect will know all too well, the software doe... read more

Prehistoric piercings! Archaeologists discover evidence of body perforation in skeletons dating back 11,000 years

Since his discovery on 19 December 1991 by German hikers, Ötzi (artist’s impression) has provided window into early human history. Since his discovery on... read more

Pentagon’s highly anticipated UFO report claims there is NO evidence of alien contact – but reveals new details about secret 2010 project ‘Kona Blue’

The 63-page unclassified report was said to be released on Friday A classified version was also delivered to cleared members of Congress By Matthew Phelan Senio... read more