Facebook Cancels Its Plan to Include Ads in WhatsApp

Facebook Cancels Its Plan to Include Ads in WhatsApp

Reportedly, Facebook is suspending a disputable plan to integrate advertisements in WhatsApp, its messaging service. Recently, the company has dissipated a team that discovered the best ways of embedding ads onto WhatsApp. Reportedly, the company has also deleted the team’s efforts and work from the code of the messaging service. The initiative seems unexpected regarding face in Facebook’s move to legalize its various products, mainly one of the most famous services. Facebook procured WhatsApp in 2014 for $22 billion. Since the acquisition, it is seeking ways to legitimize the company’s…

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The reason behind vaping voters distracted Trump’s White House

The reason behind vaping voters distracted Trump’s White House

When the vaping industry and its confederates launched a significant push to dissuade President Donald Trump from embargoing flavored e-cigarettes this fall, they pointed to a forthwith identified demographic group, known as vaping voters. Battleground State polling conveyed for the industry by one of the president’s entrusted campaign pollsters expressed an embargo could tip the balance against the president. 96% of vapers have said that they would be less likely to vote for a candidate who wanted to embargo flavored e-cigarettes. Most serious public-opinion pollsters would scoff at the survey,…

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A new discovery of bone-crunching dinosaur that replaced its teeth in every two months

A new discovery of bone-crunching dinosaur that replaced its teeth in every two months

According to a new study, a genre of carnivorous dinosaur that once rambled Madagascar 70 million years ago was so robust on its teeth that they required to be replaced frequently. The researchers have found that Majungasaurus had to replace its mouth full of teeth approximately every two months, increasing replacement in each socket anywhere from two to 13 times faster than other carnivorous dinosaurs. This study got published on Wednesday in the journal PLOS ONE. Michael D’Emic, the study author and assistant professor of biology at Adelphi University in…

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Physical Activity Linked to Lower Risk of Cancer, Says Study

Physical Activity Linked to Lower Risk of Cancer, Says Study

According to a recent study, getting the recommended amount of physical activity on a regular basic will be able to reduce the chances of cancer risk. This is one of the many studies to show the health benefits of daily exercise but also one of the very few to establish the connection between exercise and cancer. The study is published in the journal called the Journal of Clinical Oncology and is the combined effort of fifteen kinds of researchers who had analyzed the data. This study was based on a…

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Coast Of California Is Acidifying More Rapidly Than The Rest Of The Oceans Across The Planet

Coast Of California Is Acidifying More Rapidly Than The Rest Of The Oceans Across The Planet

A new study has revealed that waters off the coast of California are acidifying at double the pace of other oceans in the world. This can be quite troubling for the West Coast seafood industry as California coast accounts for nearly 10 percent of the United States’ haul of seafood. The research says that climate change has hastened the chemical changes in the ocean. Experts have observed the progress of ocean acidification in the present-day ecosystem of California through the 20th century. This ecosystem expands from southern British Columbia in…

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ToTok: A Famous Chatting App is a Federal Spying Tool in Reality

ToTok: A Famous Chatting App is a Federal Spying Tool in Reality

While installing apps on smartphones, users casually allow them to access phonebook, gallery, files, etc. At the time, users are unaware of the fact that some developers might spy on them or misuse their data. Today’s news is regarding a well-known messaging app, ToTok. Touting itself as the safest mean of chatting with friends and family, the messaging app, in reality, is a spying tool. Reportedly, the United Arab Emirates use ToTok to keep an eye on the users who install it. Since Google and Apple have removed the chatting…

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Pair of supermassive black holes may be present in our galaxy

Pair of supermassive black holes may be present in our galaxy

The formation process of the galaxy suggests that there are pairs of black holes in the universe. Supermassive black holes are one of the most difficult places in the universe. A black hole is a place having a strong gravitational pull, and even light cannot pass through it. Miniature, Stellar, and Supermassive are the three types of black holes. Mass of supermassive black hole can be equivalent to billions of sun. Blackhole having a mass more than a million times than the sun is called a supermassive black hole. The…

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More and more American citizens die at home rather than in hospital

More and more American citizens die at home rather than in hospital

Since the early 1900s, more and more Americans have died at their own house rather than in clinics or hospitals, a trend that replicates more hospice care and progress towards what most people want. The New England Journal stated on Wednesday that the number of deaths in nursing homes has also declined. Dr. Heidle Warreich said that this is a good thing. In the last century, death has been over-medicalized. Dr. Heidle Warreich is from Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System. The American citizen Betsy McNair, a tour guide who now…

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Water ice found beneath the surface of the Red planet

Water ice found beneath the surface of the Red planet

When the astronaut travels to Mars, they will not be able to carry everything that is needed to survive on the red planet. We do not have any technology that will help us to take all the logistics along with the crew members. NASA is planning to send all the materials in prior that are essential to survive in the red planet before the astronaut lands. One of the most important resources we need on the red planet is water. We need to reach the spot where we can spot…

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Penguin fossils suggest they evolved after dinosaurs became extinct

Penguin fossils suggest they evolved after dinosaurs became extinct

Penguins are not always the little tuxedo sports birds we see and love today. Once, huge penguins, the size of humans ruled top. But how did they evolve into the creatures living in Antarctica we don’t know about it. Scientists have discovered fossils that act as the missing link for their evolution — and it all occurred after the dinosaurs went extinct. Fossils from five partial skeletons were originating on the Chatham Islands close to New Zealand’s South Island. The fossils originated in the distant area during diggings from 2006 to…

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