UK: Google shutdown key data center to protect against damage from heatwave

UK: The tech giant Google revealed that it had to shut down its key data centre to save it from being damaged by the extreme heat in London’s current heatwave. The temperatures have been shattering records in the United Kingdom. Earlier , the operations at St Thomas’ and Guy’s Hospital were called off as the servers had broken down due to intense heat.

Adobe to offer free-to-use version of Photoshop ‘freemium’

Adobe has confirmed offering a free-to-use version of Photoshop on the web and plans. The service is open to everyone to introduce more users to the app.

Germany announces swap deal with Greece to send arms to Ukraine

Olaf Scholz, German Chancellor has announced a swap deal with Greece to supply arms to Ukraine because Berlin failed to fulfil the same deal.

Lithuania allocate £2,500,000 in four days to buy a drone for Ukraine

Thousands of Lithuanians have had a whip round to send a lethal show of support to Ukraine. More than two-and-a-half million pounds have already...

Russia conducts test-fire of unstoppable 7,000mph hypersonic cruise missile

The defence ministry has said that Russia has successfully conducted a test-fire of a hypersonic Zircon cruise missile. Footage of the test, which took place today (May 28), shows the weapon being blasted into the air from the Admiral Gorshkov frigate in the Barents Sea.