Major Scientific Achievements of 2019 | Let’s Look Back

Let's Look Back 2019 GeekyMinds

Hey Geeks! It’s almost the end of 2019 and it has been a great year for science and technology. We saw various scientific breakthroughs – from commercially viable quantum computing and the discovery of water on Mars to advances in medical science and artificial intelligence. In this article, we are going to look back at the major scientific achievements of 2019 in chronological order.

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Three Google+ Features We Badly Miss

Google+ is finally gone with a message “thank you for making Google+ such a special place.” Indeed it was home to many with over 395 million monthly active users, according to Dustin Stout. Earlier last year, Google announced the doomsday (2nd April) for Google Plus, on the aftermath of a serious data breach that exposed personal data of some million users. Let’s look at three Google+ features that we badly miss.

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Jamboard and Whiteboard | Let’s Compare

A traditional whiteboard has been an integral part of meeting rooms and classrooms since the mid-90s and since then it has made planning and sharing ideas, collaborating and working as a team simple. As of today, there is some software readily available that help you plan your group projects and collaborate with other professionals and team members even when they live in a different city. Today, we have two such software under our scanner – Google Jamboard and Microsoft Whiteboard.

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