Friday, 28/7/2017 | 6:33 UTC+8
  • Source: Google Images
    Rap music leads you to sex

    Listening to rap music frequently can lead to having early sex in teenagers, warn researchers, adding that rap music is more likely to have sexually explicit messages than other music genres. According to researchers from the University of Texas’ health science center at Houston (UTHealth), when middle school youth listen to rap music for three

    Read more
  • Source: abcnews.go.com
    5G – fifth generation of wireless technology Coming Soon?

    You may soon start hearing a lot about 5G, or the fifth generation of wireless technology. This technology is expected to leap ahead of current wireless technology, known as 4G, by offering mobile Internet speeds that will let people download entire movies within seconds, and it may pave the way for new types of mobile

    Read more
  • Source: abc.net.au
    New wireless technolgy speed 100 times faster than wi-fi

    Internet 100 times faster than wi-fi may soon be available with revolutionary wireless technology — from a lamp. Li-fi has been demonstrated by French start-up Oledcomm at the world’s biggest mobile fair, Mobile World Congress, in Barcelona. As soon as a smartphone was placed under an office lamp, it started playing a video. The technology

    Read more
  • hilter
    Discovery: Hitler Had ‘Tiny’ Penis

    Adolph Hitler had a condition called hypospadias, which left him with an abnormally small penis, researchers say. Hitler’s manhood was apparently extremely small and malformed due to a condition called hypospadias, a new book on the dictator claims. Historians Jonathan Mayo and Emma Craigie cite newly uncovered medical records that show Hitler had a “micropenis”

    Read more
  • mark-0
    Facebook’s Free Basics scheme has been banned ?

    He’s the world’s wealthiest and most powerful 31-year-old, but he still feels misunderstood. That’s what emerged from Mark Zuckerberg’s 60-minute chat with a Wired journalist on stage at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Misunderstood in India, where his attempt to give millions their first taste of the internet via Facebook’s Free Basics scheme has been

    Read more
F