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Monthly Archives: June 2018

Iranian Scientists Separate Cancerous Cells from Serum by Nanotechnology

The Iranian researchers at Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Razi University produced a nano-engine which can separate the cancerous cells from Leukemia blood samples. “The nano-engine, moving in a solution containing hydrogen peroxide, is led to cancerous cells by a magnetic field so that it can attach to the cancerous cells using its special receptors and separate it from ... Read More »

Windows 10 black screen problems fixed, as Microsoft patches 50 security flaws

Microsoft rolls out June patches and a host of bug fixes for its latest version of Windows 10.  Microsoft has fixes for 50 security flaws in its June Patch Tuesday update and has released quality improvements and fixes for Windows 10 version 1803 or the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. The KB4284835 update moves Windows 10 version 1803 to OS ... Read More »

Of course Sony is not allowing Fortnite cross-play between PS4 and Nintendo Switch

Nintendo did exactly what many Switch owners had been dreaming of, bringing the most popular game in the world right now, Fortnite, to the most popular gaming console in the world, the Switch. But you can always count on Sony to ruin your party, especially if you, a PlayStation 4 owner, were planning to challenge all your Switch-wielding friends to ... Read More »

Galaxy Tab S4 specs include iris scanner, DeX support present as well

Samsung is expected to launch a new flagship tablet later this year and the reports we have seen so far suggest that the Galaxy Tab S4 is just around the corner. Samsung is yet to confirm anything officially about this device but enough circumstantial evidence has surfaced over the past couple of months to give us an idea of what ... Read More »

Galaxy Note 9 announcement slated for August 9 yet again

Samsung hasn’t confirmed as yet when the Galaxy Note 9 announcement will take place but a recent report suggested that the handset may be unveiled on August 9. The possible launch date has been reiterated in a new report out of South Korea which claims that the Galaxy Note 9 announcement will indeed take place on August 9 at a ... Read More »

Trademark holders must pay for UK web blocking orders – Supreme Court

Top judges say ISPs – but not webhosts or caches – can pass the buck  BT has won a UK Supreme Court battle over who should pay the costs of trademark infringement blocking orders – and it won’t be internet service providers. Instead rights-holders must reimburse ISPs for the costs of blocking rights-infringing material, according to Supreme Court judge Lord ... Read More »

Best trampolines 2018: Fun and exercise from £99

Ask anyone with a trampoline in their garden and they’ll tell you it’s the most fun you can have on your doorstep. Kids just love to bounce, and a trampoline helps any child over the age of three keep fit and active while having fun. And if you don’t have kids, there’s no reason why you can’t invest in one ... Read More »

When is Eid al-Fitr this year?

Moon sighting committees to convene to look for the Eid moon on June 14.  The first day of Eid al-Fitr is expected to fall on Friday, June 15, according to the International Astronomical Centre (IAC), in most Islamic countries including Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Kuwait and Qatar. The official announcement depends on the moon sighting, if the new moon ... Read More »

Al-Sadr allies with Fatah to form majority group

Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr announced on Tuesday that he has forged an alliance with the Fatah Coalition to form the biggest group in Iraq’s parliament. In a joint news briefing with his new ally, Sadr also affirmed the continuation of his alliance with Iyad Allawi’s al-Wataniye coalition. In last month’s Iraqi parliamentary election, al-Sadr’s Sairoon coalition came in first with ... Read More »

500-year-old Quran returns to Topkapi Palace

A 15th century Quran written by calligraphist Sukrullah Khalifah was returned to Istanbul’s Topkapi Palace Museum by a collector on Thursday. The Quran was written in 1494 in Istanbul and kept in Topkapi Palace Museum until 1964. When it was then transferred to Bursa Archaeology Museum, the Quran was disappeared. It was rediscovered when calligraphist Ziya Aydin bought the Quran from ... Read More »