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Aeolus wind mission heads for test and launch

British engineers have finished assembling a satellite that experts believe could have a transformative impact on our weather forecasts.

A hotter Mumbai. It will lose half its mild days, says a forecast

Northern Europe, Canada and Russia will enjoy balmier winters by century's end even as the average number of mild days per year declines worldwide, a climate study said Wednesday.

Battery with inbuilt 'fire extinguisher' developed

Battery with inbuilt 'fire extinguisher' developed

Researchers have designed a lithium-ion battery that contains a fire-extinguishing material, which is released if the battery gets too hot.

Lenovo P2 smartphone launched in India at Tk 19,718

Lenovo P2 smartphone launched in India at Tk 19,718

With its Rapid charger, it gives you 10 hours of power in just 15 minutes

Teletalk inks deal with Nokia, Alcatel for network expansion

Teletalk inks deal with Nokia, Alcatel for network expansion

TeleTalk Bangladesh Limited, the state-run mobile phone operator, has signed an agreement with Nokia and Alcatel for expanding its network countrywide.

'Star Wars gibbon' is new primate species

'Star Wars gibbon' is new primate species

A gibbon living in the tropical forests of south west China is a new species of primate, scientists have concluded.

Yahoo to be named Altaba, CEO to leave board after Verizon deal

Yahoo to be named Altaba, CEO to leave board after Verizon deal

Yahoo Inc said Monday that it would rename itself Altaba Inc and Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer would step down from the board after the closing of its deal with Verizon Communications Inc.

New candidate for 'missing element' in Earth's core

New candidate for 'missing element' in Earth's core

Japanese scientists believe they have established the identity of a "missing element" within the Earth's core.