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Religion Apps to Find the 'Better Half'

The Political Ideology, the Economic Status and Even the Surname have Been Triggers for Someone to Find a Partner Through the Different Dating Applications. However, a Trend has Emerged Where the Person's Religion is Crucial to Have a 'Match'

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What Is Behind Amazon's Purchase of iRobot, the Roomba Company?

Amazon includes Roomba in its catalog, but many questions have arisen about it, which have to do with user privacy.

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Everything you Should Know About the Ban on Apple Products in Colombia

A Legal Dispute Between Ericsson and Apple has Stopped the Commercialization of iPhone and iPad Devices with 5G Technology in Colombia. Find Out the Details of the Case

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Infographic: Why Should you Care About TikTok Data Collection?

TikTok collects an alarming amount of data from its users. Here's why you should be concerned.

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Dutch Students Create an Electric Car that Cleans the Air While You Drive it

A Team of Students From the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands Has Created a Prototype of a Vehicle that Absorbs Carbon Dioxide (CO₂) When Used

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Emerging Digital Communities Created by Women

Technology, science, and digitalization bring women together to create their space safely, focusing on growth, development, and innovation.

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Increase In Screen Time for Primary School Children. What are the Consequences?

A Global Study Carried out by Anglia Ruskin University Shows that the Time Children Spend in Front of a Screen Increased Much More Radically than we had Thought

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Why Did Bill Gates Make the Decision To Donate His Fortune?

With this measure, he also wants to create awareness and encourage other billionaires to follow his example and donate part of his estate.

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Japanese Scientists Discover a Worm that Can Kill Cancer Cells

Researchers at the University of Osaka conducted a study showing that a marine worm coated with hydrogel could be an ally in the fight against cancer

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Uber Leaks: 3 Key Points to Understand the Controversy

More than 124,000 Documents were Leaked Showing the Various Questionable Moves that led to Uber Becoming a Transportation Giant. Here we Explain You What they Consist of

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Satellite Technology, a Weapon Against Methane Gas Emissions

Given the Risk that the Large Amounts of CH4 Represent in the Environmental Balance of the Planet, Satellite Technology has Proven to be an Excellent Ally to Monitor the Emissions of this Gas

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What Is the Technological Singularity and Why Are Bill Gates and Elon Musk Afraid of It?

This potentially doomsday tech scenario could be just around the corner

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Tech Companies' Reactions to US Abortion Ban

Companies Such as Amazon, Google, Meta, Apple or Netflix Have Spoken Out after the Ruling of the Supreme Court of the United States that Annuls the Constitutional Right to Abortion in the North American Country. They Assure that They will Cover the Expenses of the Employees who Decide to Travel to Interrupt their Pregnancy.

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The FDA Against Juul in the United States, What Will Happen to the Electronic Cigarette?

The weight of the US government could fall on Juul, the world's most popular e-cigarette brand

Apps to Split the Budget of a Group Trip

These apps can help you split expenses among multiple people and make organization easier

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Why Does the US Want to Ban the Sale of Location Data?

A bill in the US Senate seeks to prohibit location data obtained from smartphones from being sold

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What is Dogecoin and Why is it Claimed to be a Tesla Pyramid Scam?

Here we Explain Why Elon Musk is in Trouble Again for his Irresponsibility on Twitter, This Time Because of the Dogecoin Cryptocurrency

Katya Echazarreta

Katya Echazarreta: Latina Engineer Becomes Youngest Women To Fly to Space

Katya Echazarreta, electrical engineer and scientific disseminator, has become the first Mexican to travel to space thanks to the company founded by Jeff Bezos and the help of Space For Humanity.

Scientists Create Skin to Cover a Robot

Five scientists from the Department of Mechanical Informatics at the University of Tokyo created living skin to cover a robotic finger

Infographic: 5 Key Moments in the History of Internet Explorer

The one that used to be the king of browsers, Internet Explorer, was abandoned by Microsoft on June 15. Here we tell you some great moments of its history.