Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken inside the Crew Dragon pod, before the postponement of the flight was announced.

For Fear of Lightning, SpaceX Postpones its First Manned Flight

This first manned flight from SpaceX, was to send the first Americans in 10 years from American Soil to the International Space Station. After a day of suspense, the first manned flight of the American company SpaceX was postponed from Wednesday to Saturday 30th May 2020 because of bad weather, while two NASA astronauts were already installed […]

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A phone equipped with the StopCovid application, in Paris, on May 27, 2020.

MPs Say Yes to StopCovid App, Before Senate Vote Tonight

MPs approved the start of the StopCovid app, which must track “contact cases”, to limit the spread of Covid-19. It would be downloadable this weekend. While France is suspended from government announcements on act II of deconfinement, expected Thursday afternoon, the National Assembly approved, Wednesday 27th May 2020, the launch of the StopCovid application, with 338 votes “for […]

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The StopCovid digital tracking app

Australia: The Country’s StopCovid has Identified Just a Single Case Despite the Millions of Downloads

DETECTION: To date, the digital tracking app similar to StopCovid has identified only one “contact case”, namely a person potentially infected with the coronavirus Countries around the world are developing digital plotting applications. Supposed to stem the Covid-19 epidemic, these apps do not necessarily keep their promises. In Australia, the COVIDSafe application, launched at the end of April, has so far […]

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The Crew Dragon capsule on top of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, horizontal, exiting a hangar at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on May 21, 2020.

SpaceX to Send Astronauts into Space for the First Time

Elon Musk’s space company is preparing to send two astronauts to the International Space Station. It is the first manned flight launched from the United States in nine years. After freight, men: the American space company SpaceX will launch two NASA astronauts Wednesday 27th May 2020 to the International Space Station, a first which is coupled with another historic […]

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Google offers grouping tabs in the new version of Chrome.

Google Chrome offers to Group the Tabs of your Browser by Colour

Starting next week, Google Chrome users will be able to take advantage of a new feature, after updating the browser. Tired of getting lost daily in the multitude of tabs open at the same time in your browser? To make life easier for its users, Google’s internet browser, Chrome, will very soon integrate a tab grouping system. “A new way […]

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Dark Mode, More Fluidity… Here are the New Features from Facebook 1

Dark Mode, More Fluidity… Here are the New Features from Facebook

The Facebook social network offers a new, simpler and faster design. Like Messenger, it is now possible to activate the dark mode. Change of look for Facebook. Tested for several months, the new social network interface is now accessible worldwide with the main new feature being the dark mode. In a press release, the group details this novelty: A faster […]

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The StopCovid application will be ready on June 2, without Apple or Google

Coronavirus: The StopCovid Application will be Ready on June 2nd, without Apple or Google

DIGITAL:  According to the calendar unveiled this Tuesday by Cédric O, the debate on this application, StopCovid should take place around May 25th Secretary of State for Digital Cédric O announced on Tuesday that the StopCovid application will be ready on June 2nd to support deconfinement. It should make it possible to trace contacts with people diagnosed positive for the coronavirus. Also announced: StopCovid will […]

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Starlink, the internet service from SpaceX in Beta within 6 months

Starlink: SpaceX’s Internet Network will Soon be Launched in Beta

STARLINK: SpaceX plans to launch first public tests of Starlink internet network in just 6 months As the world slows down because of the coronavirus, SpaceX seems to be doing quite well. The American astronautical company is pursuing its Internet network project in space more than ever. It has also just launched a new launch of around sixty nanosatellites. According to Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, […]

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Facebook launches Messenger Rooms in response to Zoom

What is Messenger Rooms, Facebook’s Response to Zoom?

SOCIAL NETWORKS: Messenger Rooms is the new video conferencing service from Facebook. Video calls can accommodate up to 50 people, and last as long as desired Facebook responds to the competition. With confinement, videoconferences have multiplied in the world of work but also among individuals. To counter the expansion of Zoom or Teams, video software that has conquered millions of confined users, Facebook […]

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Twitter blocks messages on conspiracy theories linking the pandemic to 5G

Coronavirus: Twitter Blocks Messages on Conspiracy Theories Linking the Pandemic to 5G

GRAND CONSPIRACY: Twitter algorithms have spotted more than 3.4 million accounts “attempting to bias discussions about the Covid-19” Twitter will delete messages encouraging “harmful activities”, in particular calls to destroy 5G masts after conspiracy theories linking this new technology to the spread of the new coronavirus. “We have broadened our guidelines on unverified allegations that encourage people to engage in […]

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