Science


"Black Panther" Presales Outpacing "Captain America: Civil War"

A crowdfunding campaign for kids in Harlem to see the Black Panther movie has been hugely successful. Black Panther , which comes out in February, is one of the more long-awaited releases in the Marvel Cinematic Universe . It's a clever and nearly seamless mix of crime genre entertainment and social commentary, making it an interesting pick as an influence on Black Panther , which Coogler described as a "bit of an espionage thriller" combined with a "family drama".


CES 2018: Motorola unveils two new health and keyboard Moto Mods

CES 2018: Motorola unveils two new health and keyboard Moto Mods

The Vital Moto Mod, will be commercialized in collaboration with Lenovo , which is the exclusive global distributor, and Motorola's ecosystem of Moto Mods. Meanwhile, the Vital Moto Mod will be available in the U.S. in April and measures your heart rate, respiratory rate and body temperature. The Lenovo Vital Moto Mod comes out in April for $395 (roughly Rs.


Australia experiences its third-hottest year on record: BOM

Australia experiences its third-hottest year on record: BOM

Mass bleaching events were not recorded prior to the 1980s by the bureau and the traditional owners of the area that takes in the reef did not document a major bleaching event. Dr Braganza added: "We have seen that warming across the land surface temperatures and in the oceans surrounding Australia". Both day and night-time temperatures were warmer than average, with the maximum for the year the second highest on record.


English soccer adopts Rooney Rule for national team jobs

English soccer adopts Rooney Rule for national team jobs

The "Rooney Rule " is a policy drawn from the NFL in American football that requires the league's 32 teams to interview BAME candidates for head coaching and senior roles. These measures address both of those". It comes in the wake of an extremely damaging six months for its image after the Eni Aluko discrimination allegations, which led to a British government hearing where Glenn and FA chairman Greg Clarke were questioned.