A group of hacker deletes Youtube “Softly” by Luis Fonsi

Hours later the video Slowly, played by the puerto rican artist Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee became the first video to reach 5,000 million views on YouTube, has disappeared. The YouTube account of Vevo has been hacked by a group of hackers. Instead of being the artist, you see a photograph of the series of Antena 3, The house of paper. Social networks have echoed the news right away. In the case of Slowly, some have shown their outrage, although there have also been those who have applauded their demise.…

Read More

Activision confirms the development of ‘Spyro Reignited Trilogy’ for PS4 and Xbox One

Activision has finally confirmed the rumors and leaks of the past few days around the development of Spyro Reignited Trilogycollection, remastered in HD for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which also announces release date, September 21. Reignited Trilogy presents a collection completely remastered from the original trilogy of Spyro that forged the phenomenon: Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto”s Rage! and Spyro: Year of the Dragon. Redesigned from scratch by the developers of Toys for Bob, the play tells the amusing and nostalgic gameplay that fans remember in his more…

Read More

The palm trees are changing sex in Colombia

Calls palm wax is a variety typical of the andean valleys of Colombia. And, now, according to have discovered the botanical Institute of Natural Sciences, University National of that country, these plants are experiencing an amazing phenomenon: they are changing sex. The researchers discovered that in the higher areas of these valleys is the proportion of palm trees males and females was similar (almost half and half). But, instead, to a lower altitude to 2,400 metres above sea level, the second duplicated to the first. Something that did not match…

Read More

MIT invents a device that listens to the words that you don’t say

The system consists of a portable device and a computer system associated with it. The electrodes in the device capture signals neuromuscular in the jaw and face that are triggered by verbalizations internal, saying words “in your head”, but are undetectable to the human eye. The signals are fed to a machine learning system that has been trained to correlate signals individuals with particular words. The device also includes a pair of headphones bone conduction, which transmits vibrations through the bones of the face towards the inner ear. Due to…

Read More

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, the video game that idealizes and glorifies Karl Marx

The delivery of the Syndicate, one of the several installments of the saga Assassin’s Creed, is set in London in 1868. That is to say, the game is set about the early years of the Industrial Revolution. The picture that is described is a city that welcomes tens of thousands of immigrants to earn a living with jobs in the factories londoners of the time. Let us glimpse that the world is not controlled by kings, politicians, or by the church, only for the money. In the development of Syndicate…

Read More

Antonio Sueiro Bendito: The benefits of nasal breathing

Breathing through the nasal passages represents the ventilation physiological and normal, resting conditions in humans, and is an essential mechanism of defense of the upper airway against the potential of aggression to the environment. The entire respiratory system from the nose to your area more peripheral represents a system of exchange and contact between the environment and the internal environment human. The oxygen is transported to the blood to allow for the proper oxygenation of our cells and the expulsion towards the outside of the carbon dioxide (CO2), composed of…

Read More

Miguel del Pino: canine Leishmaniasis and human

Precisely the time of spring in which we find ourselves is the most dangerous for our dogs over the possible spread of Leishmaniasis, a parasitic disease very frequent , and, although only sporadically, you can also attack man. It is therefore a problem of the utmost importance. The dog does not spread to human beings. Let’s start by clarifying this point, as the confusion could lead to unfounded campaigns against dogs: dogs are infected by the bite of the tiny Phlebotomus, use mosquito very different from the common, which are…

Read More

‘World of Tanks’ is renewed with a new graphics engine and soundtrack

World of Tanks appeared for the first time in Russia in 2010 and became a worldwide phenomenon just a year later. Currently the game has more than 160 million registered players, a number that ranks it among one of the free-to-play world’s most popular. Today we tagged along on a breakfast organized by Wargaming, the company behind the global phenomenon to check the reinvention of the game, which under the name key Update 1.0, the launch of the new graphic engine Wargaming Core developed for PC. The update to be…

Read More

The NASA responsible for the manufacture of a new Concorde quiet

NASA has selected Lockheed Martin to complete the design and manufacture of a prototype airplane that will fly at about 1,500 km/hour to about 17 km of height and that the breaking of the sound barrier doesn’t sound like an explosion, but that they are seen on the ground more or less as if to close the door of a car, according to the us agency in a statement. The contract will end the 31 of December, 2021, assuming that there are no delays, and assuming that exceeds the initial…

Read More

Find that inhibit a protein may slow down pancreatic cancer

International researchers led by the Institute Hospital del Mar of Medical Research (IMIM) in Barcelona have discovered that inhibiting a protein, Galectin-1 (Gal1), could slow down the development of the most common type of pancreatic cancer -85% of the cases, pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma, which is very aggressive and does not yet have any type of curative treatment. The preclinical study, published by PNAS, has certified in mice, the role of this protein in the development of cancer, “opens avenues translational very interesting and indicates that we must go forward in…

Read More

Apple will replace Intel for their own processors in 2020 and unify iOS and macOS

According to ensures Bloomberg, Apple would have already launched the project Kalamata, whose aim is to replace the Intel x86 architecture that now have Mac computers for processors own ARM architecture, similar to the ones that include your phones and tablets. A change that will take place in several phases, but that is expected to end in 2020. Because of the greater volume of own software of the company, it may consider an effort even larger than the one carried out in 2005 to migrate from the PowerPC processors to…

Read More

Find a molecule able to ‘turn off’ inflammation

A group of scientists, led by Luke O’neill and Evanna Mills, have discovered a new metabolic process in the body that can turn off inflammation. The finding is based on the itaconato, a molecule derived from glucose, which acts as a powerful switch to the macrophages, cells of the immune system that are at the root of many inflammatory diseases, such as arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, and heart disease. According to the authors of the study, published in Nature, the results will have an important relevance in the treatment of…

Read More

Discover the interstitium, one of the largest organs of the human body and invisible to the microscope

A study published by the journal Nature reveals a feature of the human anatomy, unknown until now, that affects the function of all the organs, most tissues and the mechanisms of the major diseases. Researchers from the University School of Medicine in New York have discovered that the connective tissue located below the surface of the skin that lines the digestive tract, lungs, systems, urinary, arteries and veins are formed by compartments interconnected fluid-filled, and not of a dense layer, as believed until now. These spaces, explained those responsible, supported…

Read More

Grindr, the Tinder for gay men, it shares with third-party data on HIV from their users

Grindr shares with the companies Apptimize and Localytics, specialized in the optimization of apps, some personal data provided voluntarily by its users, including their infection status for HIV or the last time you were subjected to the tests of the disease, as announced by the portal BuzzFeed. The researcher of the Norwegian organization SINTEF Antoine Pultier discovered that Grindr has been supplying these two companies user data such as location, telephone number, or email address, in addition to this information about the virus. In a statement to the aforementioned media,…

Read More

The wild boar mug Barcelona searching for cat food

The populations of wild boar (Sus scrofa) are expanding all over the world and invading the peri-urban areas and urban areas. In recent years, have colonized several european cities, among them several Spanish populations, due to the absence of predators and search for food. An investigation led by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, in collaboration with the University of Aveiro (Portugal) has analyzed 3.148 presence of wild boars from 2010 to 2014 in the urban area of Barcelona to identify the variables related to this invasion. To do this have…

Read More

A tumor that develops a digestive system full thumbnail

The tumors can be notoriously resistant to the treatments, as they have the ability to do almost anything to be able to survive and continue to multiply. And so corrabora the impressive discovery you have just made a team of researchers from Duke University, in the united States. The researchers found a lung tumor that had developed a digestive system full in miniature, with its etómago, duodenum, and intestine. But how could this be possible? The researchers found that tumor cells had lost a gene called NKX2-1, a kind of…

Read More

The space station, china’s Tiangong-1 falls in the Pacific

The “greater part” of the spacecraft Tiangong-1 went up during re-entry into the atmosphere on the 8.15 in the morning (local time), as pointed out by the Space Agency of China, which has not specified where they would have fallen the remains. However, the European Space Agency (ESA), reported on his Twitter account that the re-entry had occurred “not too far from an inhabited area that is typically used for re-entrant controlled“. In mid-January, the CNSA said that they maintained control of the space station, and that his fall to…

Read More

Build your Jurassic Park ‘Jurassic World Evolution’

In 1993, Jurassic Park, the film by Steven Spielberg, gave life to one of the universes most popular of all time. We refer to the tape based on the book of the same name written by Michael Crichton. The fast-paced and fantastical adventure gained so much popularity that started a real epidemic of dinosaur experts. Then, the younger had dreams of becoming paleontologists to discover fossils and then clone towering beasts jurassic. These longings found their fulfillment virtual Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis is a simulation game that does more than…

Read More

Miguel del Pino: the tragedy of The beaver

We deal in this occasion of an animal truly prodigious: the beaver has at present two species, the american (Castor canadiensis) and the european (Castor fiber). The european species, formed part of the fauna of the Spanish until well into the SEVENTEENTH century, it was extinct due to excessive hunting promoted by the high value of their skins. The habits of this rodent are well known, especially their ability to build dams in areas of marsh in which it lives, so that they can get to form true lagoons which…

Read More

The space station china falls to Earth out of control, but Beijing denies that there is a danger

The chinese Government has assured that the possibility of falling remnants of the space laboratory Tiangong-1 to Earth is minimal, while the appliance is still approaching without control to the atmosphere, and scientists estimate that it will enter into it in a matter of hours or days. “We have informed the department of the United Nations for the outer space on the (approximate) date of re-entry, and increase efforts to coordinate with them transparently during the process”, noted the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Lu Kang at a…

Read More

Huawei P20 Pro: three chambers if you didn’t have enough with two

In a ceremony held in Paris, the CEO of the company, Richard Yu, has claimed that the Huawei P20 and the P20 Pro includes characteristics of “professional” in their cameras. Both terminals have a design characterized by a module-type notch as the iPhone X that accompanies, in the case of the standard model, to a display EFFECT of 5.8 inches, and in the case of the Pro, OLED display of 6.1-inch. The two models have a format elongated FullView with frames reduced. Within the characteristics that show the two mobile…

Read More

Apple updates its iPad cheaper

Apple has held this Tuesday, an event focused on Education in Chicago (united States), where it presented its proposals for this sector, among which stands out the 9.7-inch iPad. This iPad is compatible with Apple’s Pencil –which was presented for the first time for the iPad Pro– to enhance the creativity of the users. With it, you can “sketch out ideas, take quick notes or make annotations on screenshots”, as he detailed the company in a press release The new iPad features a Retina display, which displays colors “more vivid”,…

Read More

Xiaomi updates its flagship My MIX 2s with dual camera and Snapdragon 845

The Chinese company Xiaomi has presented this Tuesday in Shanghai (China) is your new mobile phone of high-end, Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S, which presents a dual-chamber system formed by the two sensors Sony IMX 386 of 12 megapixels each, one wide angle and one telephoto lens, which together improve the quality of photos in low-light situations, as stated by the company in a press release, although that must be seen. These sensors use the Dual technology Pixel which, combined with the technology of noise reduction in the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845,…

Read More

They discover a planet similar to Mercury but with the size of the Earth

An international team with participation of researchers from the Astrobiology Centre –a joint centre of the CSIC and the National Institute of Aerospace technology (INTA), has discovered a planetary system (so-called K2-229) around a star similar to the sun, which helps to understand the formation and properties of the planet Mercury. In this system, is the planet K2-229b, whose composition is very similar to that of Mercury. The finding, which is published in the journal Nature Astronomy, is the fruit of an international cooperation led by the researcher Alexandre Santerne,…

Read More

Miguel del Pino: Fauna of vacation

Travel with our pets is a worthy option to take into account when we planned the vacation, but there is that to consider a few elementary rules for a few days of rest do not become a problem. The alternative to the accompaniment cheap is the residence, which is also an excellent possibility whenever warranty: let’s go over both solutions in order to avoid a situation as unpleasant as the loss or the spread of parasites or disease to our beloved pets. In the Residence In the seventies of the…

Read More

Discover the secret of the microscopes of Van Leeuwenhoek, who took 150 years to be overcome

A unique collaboration in the interface between culture and science has shown conclusively that the merchant in linen and scholar, fond of polished and used his own lenses thin, ten times more powerful than those of that time. Taking into account the incomparable quality of the microscopic images produced by Van Leeuwenhoek, it’s always been thought that it was virtually impossible. The prevailing opinion was that Polish small lenses of such high quality hand-it was simply something out of reach. But a new method of research helped to solve the…

Read More