Author: Shreyas Tanna

WHO decides whether Chinese coronavirus is an emergency in global health

On Wednesday, a group of experts is gathered in Geneva, Switzerland, to determine whether the global health epidemic is a mystery coronavirus that has killed at least 6 people and sickened hundreds of them in China. Two days after the international health officials gathered, respiratory disorder, which evokes memories of the 2003 severe acute respiratory

NanoLock Security as well as Dutch KPN for IoT Devices to Demonstrate NLSecur’s Powerful Flash-to-Cloud Security

KPN Secure, the Netherlands ‘ leading IT security specialist and NanoLock Security pioneer in IoT and mobile edge applications flash-to-cloud protection, shows the solid cyber-security and control of KPN’s SOC by live monitoring of smart meters and real-time alerts. NanoLock offers KPN a robust IoT safety solution for KPN customers that provides cybersecurity and unparalleled

US’s restrictions against Huawei is most likely to leave its business unaffected

On Tuesday, the Chief Executive Officer of Chinese telecommunications company Huawei said that he was prepared to intensify a “war” this year, stressing that there would be no significant impact on companies. Huawei CEO and founder Ren Zhengfei commented upon the world business leaders at the Davos Economic Forum in the middle of a bitter

UAE encourages researchers and world experts to help improve rainfall

The close or immediate cause for rainfall deficiency can be due to one or more factors, including lack of available atmospheric moisture; large-scale subsidence (downstream air movement within the environment), which suppresses convective activity. The UAE has an annual AED 18 million grant to the UAE Rain Improvement Science (UAEREP), for projects that contribute to

China’s top officers in Hong Kong strongly suggest changing the National Security Law. Here’s why

The new Hong Kong official in China urged the city to enact legislation for domestic security and speculated that Beijing could push a law that prompted mass protests nearly two decades earlier to renew its efforts. In the Communist Party’s People’s Daily Monday, Luo Huining, who was appointed as leader of the Chinese Liaison Office