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NASA will test 'green' fuel in Falcon Heavy mission next week

SpaceX's upcoming Falcon Heavy mission next week will not only be testing a new "green" propellant, but it will be carrying 20 satellites and materials that will support the Deep Space Atomic Clock as well as two additional experiments.

Hot Since 82 talks 'Even Deeper Brazil' and digital age of music Special

Acclaimed British DJ and house music producer Daley Padley, better known as Hot Since 82, chatted with Digital Journal about his "Even Deeper Brazil" documentary.

Trump-bashing gets physical at China tech show

Shanghai - It might be the most low-tech item at a Shanghai consumer electronics fair, but a bash-able Donald Trump is eliciting perhaps the most physical reaction from visitors amid his tech-and-tariff war with China.

TritonWear CEO Tristan Lehari discusses career, new technology Special

Tristan Lehari, the co-founder and CEO of TritonWear, chatted with Digital Journal about the launch of Triton 2. He also spoke about the impact of technology on aquatics.

Mike Tyler talks magic, America's Got Talent, technology, success Special

Brisbane - Mike Tyler is one of Australia's most famous magicians. He chatted with this journalist about his experience on "America's Got Talent," as well as touring with Christopher Wayne as the magic duo Naked Magicians, and he thanked the fans for their support.

Eauxmar talks about 'Sundown,' EDM, Martin Garrix and technology Special

Rising electronic artist Eauxmar talks new track "Sundown," dream female collaborations, love for electronic dance music (EDM), and he opened up about how technology has changed the genre.

Tony winner Rupert Holmes talks Broadway, recognition, technology Special

New York - Tony winner Rupert Holmes chatted with Digital Journal about his forthcoming award, the "Albert Bergeret Living Legacy of Gilbert and Sullivan Award," that he will be receiving next week, on June 12, by The New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players.

G20 to tackle US-China trade war, digital tax

Apo - Top financial policymakers from the world's 20 most powerful nations gather this weekend in Japan as a protracted US-China trade war clouds the global economy with no end in sight.

British art dealer unveils pioneering robot artist

Oxford - Billed as "one of the most exciting artists of our time", Ai-Da differs from generations of past masters in one inescapable way: she is a robot.

Facebook shareholder revolt gets bloody

Independent Facebook investors voted overwhelmingly in support of proposals to fire Mark Zuckerberg as chairman and scrap the firm's share structure.

US dominates global tech investment

The latest figures relating to technology investment signal that the U.S. continues to dominate the global financial chain, whereas within Europe, despite the Brexit process, it is the U.K. that remains the main player.

Developing ethics for tech industry must begin in the classroom

Boston - How can the the technology sector ensure that ethical principles are built into the design of products and, most importantly, with the shape of artificial intelligence? According to one academic, this must begin at school.

NASA gets $125 million to develop nuclear thermal propulsion

With additional congressional funding and industry support, nuclear thermal propulsion technology is making progress for potential use on future NASA deep space missions, although how it fits into the agency's exploration architectures remains uncertain.

Mahathir says Malaysia will use Huawei 'as much as possible'

Apo - Malaysia will continue using Huawei products "as much as possible," bucking a global trend prompted by security concerns and a US ban on the Chinese firm, the country's prime minister said Thursday.

Huawei a key beneficiary of China subsidies that US wants ended

Bejing - A replica of the Palace of Versailles, medieval turrets, and spires rise across Huawei's new campus in southern China, a monument to the telecom giant's growing fortune -- and the benefits of state aid.

Rare earths: the latest weapon in the US-China trade war

Bejing - They are used in everything from lightbulbs to guided missiles, but with China controlling 95 percent of the world's supply of rare earth metals, they are also a potentially powerful weapon in Beijing's trade war with Washington.

Q&A: Why many business are moving their legacy Oracle application Special

New research finds that many Integrated Technology and Device Manufacturers are considering moving their legacy Oracle applications. Barriers to this are uncertainty and risk. Bill Saltys of Apps Associates explains why such a move is important.

India's complex Chandrayaan-2 Mission set to launch in July

Dehli - The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is gearing up for the July launch of Chandrayaan-2, a robotic lunar orbiter/lander/rover combo that is scheduled to touch down at a predetermined site close to the lunar south pole.

Ford Motors unveils 'Digit,' a home-delivery robot

Ford Motor Co. said on Wednesday it was partnering with walking robots maker Agility Robotics as it designs a planned fleet of self-driving delivery vans that will drop packages at the doorsteps of people’s homes.

Tradition meets tech as Kenya's herders adapt to climate change

For generations, Kaltuma Hassan's clan would study the sky over Kenya's arid north for any sign of rain -- some wind here, a wisp of cloud there -- to guide their parched livestock to water.

Jenny McCuiston talks Goldfish Swim School, swimming, technology Special

Jenny McCuiston, the co-founder of the Goldfish Swim School, chatted with Digital Journal about her school and how technology has changed the sport of swimming.

Canada funds A.I. startup to create Country-wide health network

Montreal - Montreal radiology startup, Imagia aims to create a Canada-wide health data platform. In collaboration with the Terry Fox Research Institute and a $49 million grant from the Canadian government, they will make personalized health care a clinical reality.

W&W talks 'Let the Music Take Control,' Blasterjaxx, technology Special

Hit electronic duo W&W chatted with Digital Journal about "Let the Music Take Control," their latest collaboration with Blasterjaxx.

Google has stored some user passwords in plain text since 2005

Google's latest data breach concerns the revelation that G Suite user passwords have been stored in plaintext since 2005, opening up cybersecurity concerns. This impacts upon a small number of enterprise customers.

Fedde Le Grand talks 'Like We Do,' technology and Bruno Mars Special

Acclaimed DJ and electronic producer Fedde Le Grand chatted with Digital Journal about his new track "Like We Do," and the impact of technology on electronic music.

U.S. aerospace startup unveils plans for hypersonic aircraft

Atlanta - Atlanta-based startup Hermeus Corp. announced plans to develop an aircraft that could travel at speeds of up to Mach 5 — cutting travel time from New York to London from seven hours to 90 minutes.

10,000 Maniacs talk New York shows, future plans and streaming Special

Mary Ramsey, the frontwoman of the band 10,000 Maniacs, chatted with Digital Journal about her upcoming shows in New York.

Vedder Gabriel opens up about Chris Cornell tribute, technology Special

Young rising artist Vedder Gabriel chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming Chris Cornell tribute this weekend. He opened up about his use of technology in his daily routine as a musician.

Q&A: How Dell Technologies beat its sustainability goal Special

At the start of the year Dell Technologies reached their 2020 goal of recovering two billion pounds of used electronics, and the tech company continues to push the sustainability agenda. David Lear, VP of Corporate Sustainability explains more.

Antoine Duplantis talks baseball, family, success and technology Special

Louisiana State University (LSU) baseball player Antoine Duplantis chatted with Digital Journal about his athletic career and his future goals.
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