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Scientists develop robot using a 290-million-years-old fossil

Scientists develop robot using a 290-million-years-old fossil

Scientists have used a 290-million-year-old fossil skeleton and preserved ancient footprints to build a robot that can move as the prehistoric animals did. After years of study of the 290-million-year-old fossil, biologist John Nyakatura at Humboldt University in Berlin was able to create a robot that can resemble prehistoric life.

NASA Hubble Space Telescope gets back its most advanced camera

NASA Hubble Space Telescope gets back its most advanced camera

Earlier this month, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope lost its most advanced Wide Field Camera 3. The camera ran into a hardware issue, due to which it had to be suspended. Well, the latest update from the space agency says that Hubble's Wide Field Camera 3 resumed science observations, capturing pictures of the distant objects in our universe again starting January 17.

Google paid $40 million for buying smartwatch technology from Fossil

Google paid $40 million for buying smartwatch technology from Fossil

Google seems to be still interested in launching its first part Wear OS device. The search giant just agreed to pay $40 million to buy smartwatch technology from Fossil. Fossil is a well known and established brand in the Wear OS device manufacturing. Fossil's Sports smartwatch was the first watch to feature the Snapdragon Wear 3100 chip at an affordable price.

NASA to incorporate Blockchain technology in its security systems

NASA to incorporate Blockchain technology in its security systems

NASA seems to be gearing up to add Blockchain technology to its arsenal. According to the reports, this will help the space agency secure air traffic services and support. The space agency will be working closely with an open-end Blockchain platform called "Hyperledger Fabric" that is especially built for enterprise transactions.

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