July 3, 2020

You should see the way innovators are making masks worth your while. They are improving face masks so that preventing Coronavirus is not the only thing they do. There’s a smart mask in Japan that has the capability to translate up to eight different languages. With all the partitions in today’s society promoting social distancing, […]

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NASA Rename’s Headquarters Building After 1st Black Female Engineer Mary W. Jackson

June 25, 2020

NASA’s 1st black female engineer Mary W. Jackson, will be the name you see on NASA’s headquarters building. Jackson began her career in the 1950s in a segregated computing unit at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. Jackson’s daughter, Carolyn Lewis said her family was “honored” by the recognition. “She was a scientist, humanitarian, […]

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NBA Players To Wear Smart Ring Tracking COVID-19

June 22, 2020

I like sports and the restart of the NBA would nice, But…..? The news of the Oura smart ring being used by NBA players in the Walt Disney World facilities in Orlando. Has me wondering what about Medical Health Care Professionals? Just for starters. Well, according to More than 2,000 health care workers took […]

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Black Scientist And Scholars That Are Changing The World

June 12, 2020

There are people who are making a huge difference in the world and when it comes to climate change you should get to know these three black scientist. Six black scientist and scholars in the climate change movement you should know. Dr. Na’Taki Osborne Jelks is the co-founder of the National Wildlife Federation’s Atlanta Earth Tomorrow Program, […]

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Twitter Blocks Trump Campaign Video, Copyright

June 7, 2020

The Trump campaign tried to post a video tribute to George Floyd and Twitter isn’t having it. Twitter said copyright claim was the reason. On the subject of blocking the post the social media giant said “This media has been disabled in response to a claim by the copyright owner… Per our copyright policy, we […]

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New Prototype Of N95 Mask In The Works

June 4, 2020

The N95 mask has been the industry standard in personal protective equipment (PPE) since 1972. At first, they were designed for industrial use but were adapted for healthcare after virus blocking technology (originally developed to block tuberculosis) was introduced to the platform in 1995 by Peter Tsai, a professor at the University of Tennessee. When […]

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Trump Signs an Executive Order After Fact Check by Twitter

May 30, 2020

On Thursday, President Trump signed an executive order that aims to limit the rights of private tech companies like Twitter and Facebook, after Twitter placed a fact checked label under two of his tweets this week. The tweets claimed that casting ballots by mail allows for voter fraud, when in fact both Republican and Democratic […]

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SpaceX Launch Scrapped Due To Inclement Weather

May 29, 2020

The SpaceX rocket ship was supposed to launch this afternoon but could not because of the bad weather. Two NASA astronauts were onboard and the flight would of made history as it headed to the International Spaces Station. It would of been the first time a privately owned company like Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket ship […]

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Free Cell Phone Service Offer For First Responders, Plus New Phones Coming Soon

May 22, 2020

According to tech website cnet. Cell phone companies are stepping up by offering free services to first responders including Police, Fire and EMS Departments. Now it does depend on what mobile service you have. T-Mobile/Sprint AT&T or Verizon have similar but not exactly the same plans. Not all cell phone carriers are offering it. But […]

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New Apps Being Developed Across The Globe To Trace COVID-19

May 6, 2020

Governments around the world are now considering different technologies to trace the coronavirus outbreak. Smartphones are one of those technologies, but then privacy and personal data comes into question. To contain infectious disease outbreaks there has to be testing, tracing, and isolation. So with a smartphone tracing app it could make things a little easier […]

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