TECHNOLOGY


Yogesh Sapkale Yogesh Sapkale 24 August 2016
I love music and, with mobile devices becoming more suitable for streaming audio, it has become much easier to enjoy pure sound. However, over the years, I have found that not all mobiles come with earphones. Also, earphones, bundled with mobiles, are more suitable for voice calls. Only the...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 23 August 2016
Over a period of time, a lot of junk accumulates inside our Smartphone. This may cause our phone to lag in performance or even make it impossible to install new apps. CleanMaster comes to our rescue at such times. CleanMaster clears the junk files, cleans up remnants of uninstalled apps and...

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In its continued effort to curb terrorism-related activities, the micro-blogging website Twitter has suspended an additional 235,000 accounts for violating its policies related to promotion of terrorism in the last six months.   Twitter had announced the blocking of more than 125,000...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 11 August 2016
If you are flying internationally, it might be worth looking up the best prices from all international airlines. Skyscanner.co.in looks up all the possible airlines and gets you options for best prices between any two airports. If you are not sure where you wish to go, you can just mention...

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Manmeet Singh  and   Saptak Ghosh (IANS) 11 August 2016
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) recently ruled against India's Domestic Content Requirement (DCR) for setting up solar power plants. Yet, there are ways to meet DCR in a way that it does not violate the multilateral trading norms.   To backtrack a bit, the national solar target was...

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Lena Groeger (ProPublica) 11 August 2016
Earlier this summer, 27-year-old actor Anton Yelchin was crushed to death when his Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled downhill, pinning him against the security gate in front of his Los Angeles home. No one will ever know exactly what happened in the moments before the accident. But we know that his...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 10 August 2016
This unique site solves mathematical problems online. The problems could be basic maths, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, linear algebra and more!    Just enter your problem in the box and click on Evaluate, and up pops the answer! Very cool for...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 09 August 2016
Many websites or online services insist on giving them your email ID, before you can access their content.  Often, if you give your normal email ID, it may be used for spamming or maybe even sold to potential spammers. If you do not trust the website, but still want to read the content,...

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Researchers have reportedly found major security flaws in chips being used in nearly 900 million Android smartphones globally that could give cyber criminals complete access to the data.   According to the team from Israel-based software and hardware giant Check Point, the bugs were...

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American airline company Delta on Monday said all its flights were grounded because of a global computer system outage.   "Our systems are down everywhere," the airlines tweeted in response to disgruntled customers.    "Hopefully, it won't be much longer," CNN quoted the...

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The excessive use of mobile phones and other electronic gadgets is causing presbyopia at an early stage. The eye disorder typically occurs in middle and old age and is caused by loss of elasticity of the lens of the eye.   According to doctors, over 65 per cent of the people suffering...

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Yogesh Sapkale Yogesh Sapkale 08 August 2016
As I write this piece, Pokemon Go, the latest fad among mobile users is not yet officially launched in India. However, this does not mean that people are not playing this free-to-play location-based augmented reality game on their mobile handsets. We are not against anyone using their mobiles...

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Only a quarter of teenagers in India feel communications service providers understand their lifestyle and offer services to match it while 36 per cent said they were experiencing poor customer service for over a year, a survey revealed on Tuesday.   Announcing the results of a global...

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Julia Angwin (ProPublica) 02 August 2016
Algorithms are ubiquitous in our lives. They map out the best route to our destination and help us find new music based on what we listen to now. But they are also being employed to inform fundamental decisions about our lives.   Companies use them to sort through stacks of résumés...

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The West Bengal government has sought help from scientists to crack down on the menace of rats boring deep holes at the base of a 380 metre-long key flyover in the eastern metropolis, an official said.   Built in 1963, the Dhakuria flyover in south Kolkata is one of the oldest...

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With all the advancements in keyboards, writing has not yet gone out of fashion. And if you have to draw figures to prove a point, you don’t have much of a choice. INKredible is an app which helps you do just that—write on your smartphone / tablet with a stylus.   When you write on...

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Lena Groeger (ProPublica) 28 July 2016
We've seen how design can keep us away from harm and save our lives. But there is a more subtle way that design influences our daily decisions and behavior – whether we know it or not. It's not sexy or trendy or flashy in any way. I'm talking about defaults.   Defaults are the...

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The population of the golden mahseer, a popular freshwater sport and food fish, is going to prosper in the rivers of Himachal Pradesh, with the state fisheries department succeeding in breeding it in captivity for the first time.   Besides its rehabilitation and conservation, the...

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Educational Games for Kids by Zodinplex is a great fun tool for kids that let your kids to learn while playing on your Smartphone. It has games and flash cards to learn numbers, alphabets, words, shapes, colours, weekdays, calendar and much more. Logic and sounds are all built-in to give a...

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Human mood and personality play a critical role in how companies should manage their IT systems, says a new study co-authored by an Indian-origin researcher, adding that organisations focus too much on the technical and mechanical aspects of IT errors rather than the human and environmental...

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