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Aug
20
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by Ankita Katdare at 10:42 AM
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A team of researchers from University of East Anglia UEA, led by Dr. Zoƫ Waller from the School of Pharmacy has shown that computers being built from DNA instead of silicon could become possible. DNA-based computing is a wide research field that uses molecular biology hardware & biochemistry instead of silicon material to build a different computers. The latest research work from UEA scientists shows that the structure of DNA aka - our genetic material can be modified in a way that could...
Aug
20
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by Ankita Katdare at 9:18 AM
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Lenovo India has made an exclusive partnership with Flipkart to launch its new smartphone called the Lenovo A2010 in the country. The phone proudly boasts the title of 'cheapest 4G LTE' smartphone and has some above average specs for the price it is offered at. Running on the Android v5.1 Lollipop operating system, the Lenovo A2010 has a lot going for it in terms of the basic features that every cautious buyer hopes to have in an Android smartphones. For instance, the phone is a Dual SIM one...
Aug
20
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 8:23 AM
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Back in January, WhatsApp announced that web.whatsapp.com will now let Android, Windows and Blackberry OS powered phones access chats on Google Chrome. WhatsApp surprisingly left out all the iPhone users. It did take a while, but it looks like the web access is now being rolled out to iPhone users in some parts of the world. The web access page now proudly shows...
Aug
19
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by Ankita Katdare at 2:59 PM
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The enticing world of Star Trek has not only attracted sci-fi fanboys, but also researchers and scientists who were intrigued by the many concepts shown in the movies. In a recent research news, Geraint Lewis, Professor of Astrophysics at University of Sydney, has been found to share that the new findings from the world of mathematics prove that there's a mechanism for us to travel through the universe at a speed nominally faster than the speed of light - A phenomenon referred to as 'warp...
Aug
19
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by Ankita Katdare at 10:40 AM
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Basavaraj Hampali is a Computer Science engineer from SDM college of engineering and Technology, Dharwad (Karnataka). After graduating in 2011, Basavaraj started working into the field of mobile application development with various startups including Traffline, the company that has developed a city travel App of the same name for providing live road, traffic and car parking information for your city.

In December 2014, he decided to launch his own website called...
Aug
19
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by Ankita Katdare at 9:36 AM
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A new LED TV is in town. Micromax has launched a new 43-inch LED TV in India in an exclusive partnership with PayTM. To be sold only via Paytm, the company has quoted the official price to be Rs. 43,990, but right now it is available at a 29% discount for just Rs. 31,299. Last year, Micromax had launched its 32-inch LED TV priced at Rs. 15,999 exclusively via Snapdeal and this year, we saw...
Aug
19
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by Ankita Katdare at 9:01 AM
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One of the leading electronics maker from Hong Kong, iBerry has been steadily introducing its suite of Android devices in India. It's latest offering is a mid-budget Android smartphone called the iBerry Auxus Prime P8000 that is all set to launch exclusively via e-commerce portal Snapdeal in the last week of August. Available in two variants - Pure White (priced at Rs. 14,990) and Shiny Gold (priced at Rs. 15,990). The company has declared that the Auxus Prime is a re-branded version of the...
Aug
18
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 11:06 PM
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We have stated this time and again that 2015 is the year for the entry-level smartphone war. At a time when customers in India are being treated with superior performance, big bangs for your buck smartphones from Micromax, Xiaomi, Lenovo and Karbonn, Lava has launched a new competitor that pales in comparison to its opponents. The Lava Iris Atom 2 starts off great with its Rs. 4949 price tag and eye-catching iPhone-esqe looks but falls apart on closer inspection. For starters unlike its...
Aug
18
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 12:54 PM
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Having been through the era of 1.44 MB capacity floppy disks, I have been a loyal fan of USB drives ever since I saw the first one, several years ago. I even remember shelling out a few hundred bucks to get that new HP, 2GB pen-drive and feeling ahead of the competition, when everyone else had a 512MB stick. But technology upgrades at a very fast pace and everyone carries 16 / 32 GB flash drives in their pockets these days.

The good folks at Strontium asked us if we could review their...
Aug
18
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by Ankita Katdare at 10:43 AM
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Kunal Patel and Jack Henkel, Co-Founders of Indienomicon (an Orlando based community of indie game developers) along with Dr. Peter Smith, a UCF Professor have organised the Indie Galactic Space Jam event for the 2nd time. Packed with bigger challenges, this event lets game developers use just 48 hours to build extraordinary games about Space. The event is open for game designers, writers, artists, UI & UX designers, programmers, poets and everyone passionate about gaming and space...