Iran announces it has built a hypersonic ballistic missile

With this very fast and above all manoeuvrable weapon, Tehran is extending the list of countries which have already announced the development of this technology, rekindling fears of a new arms race. Iran claimed Thursday, November 10 to have manufactured for the first time a hypersonic ballistic missile, a very fast and above all maneuverable … Read more

Making bitcoin legal tender ‘a failure’ for majority of Salvadorans, study finds

75.6% of respondents say they have never used cryptocurrency in 2022. Bitcoin, whose prices are falling, is used by a minority of Salvadorans who consider this emblematic bet of President Nayib Bukele as “a failure”, according to a university survey published on Tuesday. Some 75.6% of respondents say they have never used cryptocurrency in 2022, … Read more

A Google easter egg with Splatoon

Byxavier Published on06/10/2022at 8:30 p.m. We regularly mention in the Ecos of the week of Taranzagolor the solid performance of Splatoon 3 around the world, especially in Japan where the game even broke a rather surprising record. It is therefore probably no coincidence that Google has chosen Splatoon to offer a new Easter Egg that … Read more

A new generation robot at the Bénigne Joly clinic in Talant

The “da Vinci X” robot has been installed at the Bénigne Joly clinic in Talant Credit: Photo VYV3Burgundy Manufactured in Silicon Valley, California, this cutting-edge technology crossed the Atlantic before arriving in Talant in September 2022 at the Clinique Bénigne Joly. Its reception, eagerly awaited by all the teams and in particular by the surgeons … Read more

the Governor of the Banque de France calls for better global regulation

The Governor of the Banque de France, François Villeroy de Galhau, lamented on Tuesday that certain large countries are “less advanced» that the European Union on the regulation of cryptoassets and called for «avoid the adoption of divergent or contradictory regulations», or even too late. “Crypto players operate globally, and even their location is sometimes … Read more

Health Insurance launches a campaign to raise awareness among the French

Unusual shortness of breath, rapid weight gain, edema of the feet and ankles, excessive fatigue… are all symptoms of this disease which affects at least 1.5 million French people. Heart failure, which affects at least 1.5 million French people and continues to progress, is not well enough known, according to Health Insurance, which announced Tuesday, … Read more

Roger Federer announces his retirement

At 41, the legendary Swiss announced on Thursday that he would end his career after the Laver Cup, from September 23 to 25 in London. That’s it, it’s over… After two decades at the top of men’s tennis, Roger Federer announced his retirement on social media on Thursday. “I have played more than 1500 matches … Read more

Stronger than Jabeur, Iga Swiatek wins her third Grand Slam title

After her incredible spring marked by a series of 37 consecutive victories and six titles in a row (Doha, Indian Wells, Miami, Stuttgart, Rome and Roland-Garros), the double winner of Roland-Garros (2020 and 2022) experienced a was a little less prosperous, like his elimination on 3e Wimbledon Tower. But at the US Open, she resumed … Read more

Conservative social network Parler authorized by Google again

Google on Friday (September 2) ended the suspension of popular conservative social network Parler, ousted from its app download platform after the attack on the Capitol in January 2021 due to an overly lax moderation policy on inciting content. to violence. All apps on Google Play that feature content created by its users must implement … Read more

Good physical activity seems to limit the risks associated with Covid

People who engage in regular physical activity are less likely to catch Covid-19 and develop a severe form, concludes a study published on Tuesday August 23, which however has many limitations. “Regular physical activity is associated with a lower risk of infection” to the coronavirus, as well as a better prognosis for “hospitalizations, severity and … Read more