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Google to Open Cloud Service Hub in Greece

Following Microsoft’s and Amazon's investments in Greece, Google is also proceeding with the development of state-of-the-art infrastructure and a regional cloud service hub. An official announcement on Google’s investment plan is scheduled to be made on Thursday by Google Cloud...

How to Watch NASA Slam Spacecraft Into Asteroid on Monday

NASA is preparing to intentionally collide a space asteroid the size of a large Egyptian pyramid into a spacecraft the size of a vending machine on Monday. Amazingly, you may view this historic event live today on September 26th. The...

Greek Tax Authority Launches Receipt-Checking App for Consumers

A receipt-checking app created by the Greek Tax Authority enables consumers to verify the authenticity of cash register receipts they obtain.

The Longest Underwater Tunnel in the World

Spanning eighteen kilometers, the new Fehrman Belt fixed link between Germany and Denmark is set to be  the longest and fastest underwater tunnel in the world. When completed, it will cut travel time down to ten minutes by car...

Neptune and Its Rings Captured by Webb Telescope in All Its Glory

The first image of Neptune from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) offers the finest look at this ice giant's rings in more than three decades, as well as its fainter dust bands. Astronomers last obtained such a high-quality picture...

Innovation Park to Turn Thessaloniki into Greece’s Silicon Valley

Greece seems to be very close to attaining its own version of Silicon Valley in Thessaloniki, which will soon be home to the largest state-of-the-art science and technology park (STP) and startup hub in Southeastern Europe with the establishment...

Greece Set to Become Next Engineering Hub for Tech Company Mysten Labs

Mysten Labs, a tech company based in California, has set its sights on Greece as its engineering hub in Europe. Co-founded by two Greeks, Kostas Chalkias and George Danezis, the Web3 infrastructure designers are looking to attract even more...

Hubble Telescope Captures Spectacular Image of Spiral Galaxy

The spiral galaxy known as NGC 1961 has been beautifully captured by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. From the galaxy, they are young, brilliant stars that make up this object. According to studies, NGC 1961 is located in the constellation Camelopardalis...

Artificial Intelligence Will ‘Likely’ Destroy Humans, Researchers Say

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can eliminate humanity according to a recent research paper by scientists at Google and the University of Oxford. In the paper which was published in the journal AI Magazine, the team — comprised of DeepMind senior scientist...

Greece Has the Slowest Internet in Europe, and It’s Expensive

Greece has the slowest fixed internet in Europe, according to the annual report on the digital quality of life, compiled by cyber security company Surfshark. The report says that internet services remain among the most expensive in relation to people’s...

Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Rocket Crashes

Just over a minute after liftoff on Monday, Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin rocket with no crew aboard failed. A video of the launch showed the rocket exploding into flames at a height of about twenty-nine thousand feet. The New Shepard...

AI Can Now Decode Speech From Brain Activity

With astonishing but still imperfect accuracy, artificial intelligence (AI) can decode words and sentences from brain activity. AI makes an estimate as to what a person has heard based on a few seconds worth of brain activity data. In a...

Greek Post office Adds Mini Robots to Sorting System

Hellenic Post is expanding the use of autonomous mini robots with the addition of 45 new ones to its distribution network.

Apple Launches iPhone 14 with Satellite SOS and Car Crash Detection

Apple introduced new iPhone 14 models on Wednesday capable of using satellites to send emergency messages and an adventure-focused Ultra Watch for sports like diving and triathlons. The new handsets are capable of sending an emergency call for help via...

NASA’s Spacecraft to be Crashed into Asteroid

NASA controllers will deliberately crash their $330 million spacecraft traveling at more than four miles per second into Dimorphos, an asteroid, in a few weeks, so as to destroy it. The purpose of this kamikaze science mission is for space...