Top Tech news of the week
Dear readers, we are back with our feature top tech news of the week. Here we have covered the best technology news from the past week and we have tried to provide you the latest happenings from the tech world at one place.
Take a quick look at the best tech news of the last week:
NASA just took a huge step in this direction by testing the most powerful rocket launcher in history-the SLS Five Segment Rocket Booster. Dubbed as the “Qualification Motor 1”, or “QM-1”, the test took place at Orbital ATK’s T-97 test stand located at Promontory, Utah.
Facebook has been facing several hundred degrees of heat over its confusing community standards lately that tells users what they can and can’t post the world’s most popular social network. Today, Facebook has updated its community standards to clarify and situation and tell users how to use Facebook without any hassle.
Microsoft made an announcement via its blog about the storage savings in the new version of Windows. Microsoft said that it is working on reducing the “disk footprint” of Windows 10 which will give more data storage to you. With the new improvements being made, you can save nearly 15GB of storage depending upon the computer configuration.
A new flexible and ultra-thin battery has been developed which is thinner than a credit card, and this could be integrated into various applications such as wrinkle-smoothing patches, smart cards and watch straps. This flexible battery, about 0.5 mm thick, achieves its ultra-thinness by positioning electrodes next to each other on the same plane, rather than stacking on top of each other. This results in a format so thin that it could be considered two-dimensional.
Facebook announced a new payments feature for Facebook Messenger. This service will let you connect your Facebook Messenger with your Mastercard or Visa debit card. By clicking on a simple “$” button, now you can send money to your Facebook friends on the desktop, Android and, iOS. This service won’t cost you extra money transferring charges.