China, Israel agree to advance innovation cooperation


China, Israel agree to advance innovation cooperation
  1. China, Israel agree to advance innovation cooperation
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    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang held talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Beijing on Monday, vowing to advance innovation cooperation. Li suggested the two sides to beef up cooperation in areas of basic science, modern agriculture, clean energy and biomedicine. He urged the two sides to speed up negotiation on the establishment of a bilateral free trade area, so as to send out a clear signal of safeguarding free trade. China is ready to work with Israel to push…
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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang held talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Beijing on Monday, vowing to advance innovation cooperation. Li suggested the two sides to beef up cooperation in areas of basic science, modern agriculture, clean energy and biomedicine. He urged the two sides to speed up negotiation on the establishment of a bilateral free trade area, so as to send out a clear signal of safeguarding free trade. China is ready to work with Israel to push forward infrastructure cooperation, such as ports and light rail projects, and explore possibility of cooperation in third-party market, he said. As a mutual friend of Israel and Palestine, China has no private interest and hopes to see peaceful coexistence of the two sides at an early date, said Li. He hoped that the two sides would adhere to the right direction of the two-state solution to restart the peace talks as soon as possible. China will continue to work with international community to play a constructive role for the peace, stability and development of the Middle East, said the premier. N etanyahu said Israel is willing to strengthen innovation cooperation with China in areas including smart vehicle, modern health care, clean energy, telecommunications, marine fishery, agriculture and water conservation. Israel hopes to accelerate negotiation on bilateral free trade area, so as to expand two-way investments, he said, adding that Israel is ready to…

  1. Rare leopard spotted in China

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    03.28 / 19:54 zeenews.india.com
    Images of two leopards, one of the world's most endangered species, have been captured at a nature reserve in China's Qinghai province, the forest department said on T…
  2. Planetary waves above Earth's surface exist on the Sun too!

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    03.28 / 16:27 zeenews.india.com
    For a brief period, from 2011 to 2014, scientists had the unprecedented opportunity to see the Sun's entire atmosphere at…
  3. Human-induced global warming has triggered extreme weather events, says study

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    03.28 / 16:27 zeenews.india.com
    Researchers from Pennsylvania State University in the US looked at a combination of roughly 50 climate models from around the…
  4. Stars born in winds from supermassive black holes discovered

    Zeenews.india.com - Technology
    03.28 / 16:27 zeenews.india.com
    Such galactic outflows are driven by the huge energy output from the active and turbulent centres of…
  5. Sand covering surface of Saturn's moon Titan are 'electrically charged', say scientists!

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    03.28 / 15:50 zeenews.india.com
    They maintain that charge for days or months at a time and attach to other hydrocarbon substances, much like packing peanuts used in shipping boxes here on…
  6. Chinese tech giant Tencent takes 5 percent stake in Tesla

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    Tencent, best known for its WeChat mobile app, has been investing in a number of sectors, including gaming, entertainment, cloud computing and online…
  7. This new version of Truecaller lets you send/receive money, kill spam, make video calls and do much more

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    03.28 / 14:20 businesstoday.in
    Truecaller, the popular app that tracks all relevant details given a phone number, has announced the launch of Truecaller 8--a redesigned and upgraded app for Android smartphones that brings in several new…
  8. China vows greater support for private eldercare

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    03.28 / 14:00 en.xinfinance.com
    Chinese civil affairs authorities have pledged to encourage private eldercare services with more favorable policies. Private senior care institutions now account for 40 percent of the total eldercare agencies nationwide, with the figure exceeding 50 percent in many provinces, Meng Zhiqiang, senior official with the Ministry of Civil Affairs, said Tuesday at a press conference in Beijing. In spite of effective government incentives for private senior care services, challenges have…
  9. Uber to end services in Denmark after less than three years

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    03.28 / 13:40 thestar.com.my
    Ride-hailing group Uber Technologies will withdraw services in Denmark next month due to a taxi law that sets out new requirements for drivers such as mandatory fare…
  10. Watch: World’s first flying car unveiled in Geneva

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    03.28 / 13:36 bhatkallys.com
    AFP/Geneva | March 9, 2017 Italdesign and Airbus world-premiered Pop.Up, the first modular, fully electric, zero emission concept vehicle system designed to relieve traffic congestion in crowded megacities. Gathered on the shores of Lake Geneva for Europe’s biggest annual car show, leading automakers expressed cautious optimism on Tuesday about the industry’s prospects for 2017, despite the ... The post Watch: World’s first flying car unveiled in Geneva appeared…
  11. CUST develops Pakistan's first Phased Array Radar

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    03.28 / 13:31 suchtv.pk
    Capital University of Science & Technology (CUST), Islamabad recently conducted a field trial for Pakistan’s first ever Phased Array Radar (PAR). Pioneered by the Controls and Signal Processing Research (CASPR) department of CUST, the radar will be used for air surveillance. Traditional radars tend to use large dish rotating antennas, while newer radars move their radio beams electronically. To accomplish this feat, calculations have to be precise to one billionth of a second, an a…
  12. Facebook is putting its latest Snapchat clone front and center

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    03.28 / 13:31 suchtv.pk
    After years of creating Snapchat clones in standalone apps, Facebook is now taking a new approach — and it's one that might actually work. Following months of testing, the social network is now putting a full-on Snapchat clone front and center inside the main Facebook app. The update not only pushes you to use Facebook's new camera feature but puts friends' stories — yes, it's called Facebook Stories — at the top of your News Feed. The update, which is rolling out now, consists of three fe…
  13. By the end of 2017 Cars will be driving without a steering and driver

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    03.28 / 13:31 sachtimes.com
    A Google self-driving car is on display at Google's I/O conference in Mountain View, Calif., May 18,…
  14. Xiaomi CEO meets Modi, promises more jobs

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    03.28 / 13:31 sify.com
    New Delhi: Chinese technology company Xiaomi's founder and CEO Lei Jun met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday and said the company was committed to creating more jobs in India.The chairman of the Chinese tech giant told Modi how smartphones are changing the lives of Indian consumers, said a statement from Xiaomi. They discussed Xiaomi India's manufacturing and growth plans, and Lei reaffirmed his commitment to create more jobs in India. Lei presented Modi a Made-In-India Redmi 4A…
  15. Elon Musk launches start-up to connect brains with computer

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    03.28 / 13:31 sify.com
    New York: Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has launched a start-up which aims to connect our brains to computers to help people keep up with machines, media reported.The existence of the company was reported by Wall Street Journal on Monday and Musk later confirmed it in a tweet.The company, registered as a "medical research" firm, will develop so-called "neural lace" technology which would implant tiny electrodes into the brain, BBC reported on Tuesday.The technique could be used to improve…
  16. NASA develops stopwatch with the ability to measure a fraction of a billionth of a second!

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    03.28 / 13:29 zeenews.india.com
    To reach the needed precision of a fraction of a billionth of a second, engineers had to to develop and build their own series of clocks on the satellite's instrument – the Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System, or A…
  17. China planning on buying controlling stake in Forbes, say sources

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    03.28 / 13:20 newdelhitimes.com
    Massive Chinese conglomerate, HNA group is amidst talks to buy a controlling stake in the group owning Forbes group according to news agencies. Hong Kong-based investor group Integrated Whale Media Investments (IWM), which holds 95 percent of Forbes Media, is also in talks with another Chinese media firm and is scouting for more potential buyers…
  18. Super Mario Run for Android is Finally Here!

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    03.28 / 12:56 brandsynario.com
    Super Mario Run is available on Android for free download! That’s right folk! Nintendo gave everyone a surprise by announcing the game’s availability for Android platforms before its initial release date on March 23rd. We've released #SuperMarioRun on Android a bit early! Download it now on Google Play: https://t.co/u4H9bycTyr pic.twitter.com/4nHnPWD9de — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March […] The post Super Mario Run for Android is Finally Here! appeared …
  19. Facebook Ban in Pakistan Might Not Happen After All; Here’s Why!

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    03.28 / 12:56 brandsynario.com
    According to the Interior Ministry, Islamabad High Court has been informed that Facebook has removed almost 85% of the controversial content which was earlier under the spotlight. The High Court had demanded the removal of all such content and the arresting of those behind it. According to a report by a local news website, Interior Secretary […] The post Facebook Ban in Pakistan Might Not Happen After All; Here’s Why! appeared first on …
  20. Twitter Declines Account Information Request by Pakistani Government for the 4th Time!

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    03.28 / 12:56 brandsynario.com
    Twitter has denied the Pakistani government’s request for account information and account removal according to the social media’s transparency report. The report claims that during the second half of 2016, Pakistan Government had made 4 requests for account information. The government specified 38 accounts, which they wanted to review. However, Twitter declined all requests. The report […] The post Twitter Declines Account Information Request by Pakistani Government for …