Jun
30
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by Ankita Katdare at 7:45 AM
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iBall has returned with a new mid-budget smartphone called the 'iBall Andi Avonte 5' priced at Rs. 5999 and available in a single gold color option. Though at first, this might look like just another phone, the device has the USP of a 8 megapixel rotating camera (180 degree) with dual LED flash that will let users capture good photos and selfies. Curious about the other features, we took a look at the Avonte 5 phone's specs list and found that there's a 5 inch display with a meagre FWVGA...
Jun
29
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 6:23 PM
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Not everyone can click great photos that will attract likes and shares on Facebook; and
Facebook knows that majority of your photos are totally boring. To jazz up your photos, Facebook has released a new photo uploader on iOS that lets you write text on your photos and also overlay Facebook stickers. Facebook had tested the photo filters and stickers with a limited number of FB users recently; but the text option is now totally new.

Of course, if you are a Snapchat user, none of this would...
Jun
29
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by Radhika at 11:12 AM
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In July 2014, Anisha and her friend Nupur Khanna started their own venture called Eatonomist. Their only motive was to provide lip-smacking gourmet meal options for customers who hope to maintain a healthy lifestyle in their busy schedules.

Hailing from Jammu, Anisha Dhar got her degree in Computer Science engineering in the year 2006. Later she went on to work with Ernst & Young Pvt. Ltd as a senior associate and later with PwC Consulting and KPMG as an...
Jun
29
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by Ankita Katdare at 8:39 AM
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Last year was full of wearable device launches that started making them more common than elite as one would've initially thought. One of such products that made it to the news was Google's Smart Contact Lens designed to measure glucose levels by analyzing the tears in a diabetic person. Google has partnered with Novartis, the Swiss pharmaceutical company,...
Jun
29
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by Ankita Katdare at 8:09 AM
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Sony India just brought its new smartphone Xperia Z3+ to the Indian shores hoping that it will compete the high-end phones in the market. Even if that might be the case, the phone has major highs and lows in terms of features. Talking of the positives first, we have a slimmer than ever design at just 6.9 mm thick body that weighs only 144 grams. The designs boasts of a sleek rounded aluminium frame which also has been tested to be waterproof and resistant to dust. Next on the goodie part is...
Jun
28
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 11:24 AM
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Let's face it - all your YouTube video loops, not-so-useful GIFs and 4K videos getting saved to the cloud are only burdening the Internet Backbone; which is the optic fibre network that spreads across geographies. It was just the matter of time before the fibre optic cables would max out their data carrying capacities. As the data consumption and transfer across the world...
Jun
28
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 9:25 AM
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Indians are obsessed about mileage, and ISRO Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) is no exception. The Mars Orbiter Mission will continue to orbit the distant red planet for 'many years', confirmed Dr. Kiran Kumar, the chairman of ISRO. He informed that while the mission was earlier designed to last for 6 months, an extension of 6 months was sanctioned. The MOM has already been orbiting for 9 months and 3 days as of today.

The 'Mangalyaan', as it's called, has about 45 Kg of fuel left and the orbiter...
Jun
27
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by Ankita Katdare at 10:15 AM
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Nikesh Garera comes from a strong background in computer science engineering. Having did his graduation from University of Mumbai (B.E.) in the year 2002, he went on to pursue M.S. in Language Technologies from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and a Ph.D in Computer Science from John Hopkins University. He has worked at Google and Kosmix which later became WalmartLabs on various projects related to NLP (Natural Language Processing) and Machine Learning. He brought years of experience of...
Jun
27
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 9:58 AM
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Not just politics, but electronics too, is in your shirt and pants. Researchers from University of Tokyo have devised a mechanism to put electronics on your apparel with a new type of conductive ink. The new ink will allow printing of electronic circuits for a wide range of bio-medical...
Jun
27
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by Ankita Katdare at 9:15 AM
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Polaroid Corporation was influential in making the lifestyle action cameras popular with their interestingly shaped Polaroid Cube snapper. At the CE Week 2015 in New York City, the company announced a new iteration of its device, now called Polaroid Cube+ and this time the camera has become Wi-Fi enabled. Not only can Cube+ capture still images and record 1080 pixel HD videos, but it also packs the power to store up to 32 GB data via Micro SD. Among the new additions to note, there's two...