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Khumbu Muleya

🌍 Drone technology gains traction in Africa

Search and rescue, delivery of emergency medical supplies, agriculture, and wildlife conservation. Today, drones are used for a multitude of tasks in Africa, Warp News Khumbu Muleya reports.

Md Motiur Rahman

πŸ‘Š NFT Use Cases: A look at the transformative impact of rare digital items

Digital art, gaming, ticketing, and real estate are just a few examples of NFT use cases. Let's dive in and have a look at the transformative impact of rare digital items.

Magnus Aschan

πŸ–– Star Trek's "Holodeck" one step closer thanks to new research

A team of engineers from the University of Glasgow has developed a new way to make 3D projections feel real. This brings us one step closer to the dream of "Holodecks."

Md Motiur Rahman

πŸ€” Were There Cryptocurrencies Before Bitcoin?

Before there was Bitcoin, there were a few attempts to create digital money. Warp News Md Motiur Rahman goes through the early days of digital currencies.

Khumbu Muleya

🍾 Empty bottles turn into brick-making raw material

The Jabulani Community near Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe uses discarded bottles to produce a special type of brick that "glitters and shines."

Magnus Aschan

πŸ’¬ When things go South – it is time to celebrate

For every successful solution, there are a thousand unsuccessful. Laws, bad luck, clumsiness, or pure idiocy made them fail. But we should also celebrate the bad ideas, writes Magnus Aschan.

Vincent Roose

🌟 5 ways ISS has helped push science forward

Every space amateur enjoys watching the International Space Station (ISS) in the sky. But its main function goes way beyond its aesthetics. ISS hosts foremost a wonderful laboratory. Thanks to its unique location, astronauts can perform ground-breaking experiments.

Ewa Thorslund

βœ‰οΈ This company address the address problem

About half of the world's population lacks a real address. In other words, a description of a physical place where you as a person can be found. Why is it so important to have an address then? Isn't it a bit old-fashioned in these digital times?

Elina Holmgren Tyskling

β™Š Victoria in Australia is getting a digital twin

Victoria state in Australia is building a digital twin. The twin will be a support in decision making as well as provide citizens with valuable information in real-time.