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Thermal imaging camera turned out to be life-saving for a woman in Edinburgh

A woman named Bal Gill discovered that she had breast cancer after she saw the image of herself taken through a thermal camera when she was visiting Camera Obscura and World of Illusion in Edinburgh in May this year. Gill came across the thermal image of her body and found a yellow patch on her left breast which wasn’t seen in the thermal image of the other people. She, later on, she visited a doctor and was diagnosed with cancer. She thanked the popular tourist attraction for saving her life. Src: https://dailym.ai/2p2YxzL

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Astronauts to drive a remote-controlled rover from International Space Station

The European Space Agency is going to take on an experiment in November in which the astronauts are going to drive a rover by remotely controlling it from the International Space Station. The experiment is named Analog-1, it is intended towards testing that if a rover could be controlled remotely by the scientists for future missions on Mars and the Moon. The scientists have chosen a piece of land in Netherland which resembles the surface of the moon, to carry on this experiment. Src: https://go.nasa.gov/2WmT7Md

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Smartphone shipment hit a high record way ahead of Diwali season

In the September quarter, in-spite of the economic slowdown India's smartphone market remained unaffected with device shipments with a record 49 million units. The high number of new launches, discounts and pre-Diwali offers launched by almost all brands is considered the driving force of this exceptional growth. With Xiaomi leading with 26% market share, Samsung, Vivo, Realme and OPPO made it to the top 5 leading smartphone brands in the market share. The top 5 brands accounted for 87% of the overall shipments. Src: https://bit.ly/2WdYXPy

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Twitter reveals that the more popular users had to see less advertisements

Twitter has recently revealed that the users with a higher number of followers had to see relatively fewer advertisements as compared to the one with a lesser number of followers. This policy was intended towards retaining the popular users of the platform. But the new policy says that each user will now come across to the same number of ads regardless of their popularity on the platform. Do you think the internet should be treated as a democratic platform for every user by the social media platforms? Src: https://bit.ly/2MIiggV

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