The 2022 FIFA World Cup is an international football tournament contested by the men’s national teams of FIFA’s member associations, and the 22nd FIFA World Cup. It is taking place in Qatar from 20 November to 18 December 2022. This is the first World Cup to be held in the Arab world, and the second World Cup held entirely in …Read More »
How does Video Assistant Referee (VAR) System help to take accurate decision in FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar?
A video assistant referee (VAR) system is a support tool for officials. The use of video match officials (VMOs) in football was included in the 2018/2019 edition of the Laws of the Game and was successfully used at the 2018 FIFA World Cup™. Since then, the system has been implemented in over 100 competitions worldwide. How does it work? The …Read More »
The Vision 2020-23 outlines FIFA’s commitment to using the full potential of technology in football. By harnessing technology in football, FIFA is able to bring this vision to life at the FIFA World Cup 2022™ by implementing and leveraging various technologies to improve the football experience of football fans both on and off the pitch. SEMI-AUTOMATED OFFSIDE TECHNOLOGY Semi-automated offside …Read More »
In his first companywide email to Twitter employees, new owner and CEO Elon Musk said he was ending the social network’s “work from home forever” policy. Now, according to the email obtained by CNBC, Musk wants employees to be in a Twitter office at least 40 hours a week, and plans to personally approve any alternative arrangements. He also warned …Read More »
Think about the humble envelope. For centuries this paper enclosure has shielded important information from prying eyes that might otherwise steal a glance at an unprotected note. Also, by placing information in an envelope, the sender effectively commits to and freezes this information until it gets to the recipient, assuming it is not tampered with or altered on its journey. …Read More »
New research suggests that short-term exposure to a chemical compound created in the coffee roasting process may have damaging effects on lung health when paired with a second exposure, such as the flu. Led by a team at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York, the study exposed mice to the toxic chemical compound diacetyl, a natural byproduct …Read More »
could predict your mortality from a projected age that correlates to your health based on sleep quality ?
Sleep age, a projected age that correlates to a person’s sleep health, may be a predictor of overall health and mortality risk.Read More »
NASA engineers on Saturday detected a liquid hydrogen leak in the Artemis I rocket before its second launch attempt. The Space Launch System rocket was originally set to launch from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., on Monday but was delayed after one of the rocket’s engines failed to condition to the correct temperature. A hydrogen leak also …Read More »
Apple’s iPhone 14 could be able to communicate using satellites, according to a new rumour. The phones will have satellite connectivity so that they can make emergency calls or texts through a satellite network, rather than traditional phone connections. Such features can provide connections to people in remote areas. At the moment, hikers and others who might find themselves out …Read More »
PULLMAN, Wash. – A team of researchers at Washington State University has developed a new method of recycling polyactic acid (PLA), a plastic often used in filament, plastic silverware and food packaging. The simple and efficient method converts PLA into a high-quality resin, which can then be used in 3D printing. “We found a way to immediately turn this into …Read More »