Periodic Table is Now Complete, Windows 10 on 200 Million Devices and Zinedine Zidane to Replace Rafa Benitez
Here are today’s main news ingredients:
Our tantalizing appetizer for today is well-wrapped with interesting facts on periodic table, Samsung’s portable SSD T3 and Window’s 10 record achievements.
Our main course is a wholesome piece of news stating Saudi Arabia’s developments including adoption of austerity and breaking ties with Iran.
Lastly, our dessert is a tasty delight of some light information on Zinedine Zidane replacing Rafa Benitez and LG’s New Display which can be rolled.
So enjoy our Scrumptious Snack! Happy Reading!
- Periodic Table is now complete: The Periodic Table comprising of the chemical elements arranged in order of atomic number is now legitimately complete. The new four super-heavy chemical elements namely 113, 115, 117 and 118 have been discovered by scientists in Russia, America and Japan. The verified elements have blended well with its findings fulfilling its criteria to prove its existence. The freshly discovered elements will be named after a mythological concept, a mineral, a place or country, a property, or a scientist, and will be presented for public review before a final decision is made.
- Samsung’s Portable SSD T3: Samsung’s Portable SSD T3, the successor to T1 is quite an eye candy. The fast, yet compact external storage is infused with 250GB, 500GB, 1TB or a massive 2TB of storage. The shock-resistant Portable storage device will support most connections as computers, smartphones and tablets making it a lip-smacking delight.
- Windows 10 on 200 Million Devices: Microsoft certainly had a juicy start to 2016. The renowned tech giant kick-started the year with a record base. Reports suggest that Windows 10 has been installed on over 200 million devices since its launch, making it the fastest growing version of the operating system. Way to go!
- Saudi Arabia Breaks Ties with Iran: Come 2016 and hostilities have started showing up. A political report indicates that Saudi Arabia has cut diplomatic relations with Iran after protesters raged the Saudi Embassy in Tehran. The heated protest was to criticize the execution of Shiite cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr. Saudi Arabia stated that condemning the downfall of the Saudi Royal Family was a foul mechanism violating the mission of foreign diplomats.
- Saudi Arabia Adopts Austerity: Has austerity ever helped a nation to compensate its deficits? Well, most likely no. However, Saudi Arabia has announced that it’s going to lessen fuel subsidies, increase electricity taxes, and knock up water costs to close its shortfall by 4 percent of GDP next year. With oil revenues drying up, the once oil-rich nation has been flooding the market with cheap crude to try to drive its high-cost competitors out of business, but that isn’t a relishing strategy we say!
- Zinedine Zidane to replace Rafa Benitez: The hot-piping news from Real Madrid has Twitter flooding up the web space with some funny posts. The sizzling outbreak started Zinedine Zidane, one of the greatest players of all time and a Los Blancos legend was announced to replace Rafa Benitez.
- LG’s New Display can be rolled: Curves and Rolls have always been considered yummy. LG’s new display a prototype 18-inch screen rolls up like a piece of paper, unveiled in CES 2016. The tangy display is developed based on LG’s forward-looking OLED work focusing on bendable, rollable and curving display. Sounds Tempting!