Apr
14
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 7:48 AM
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Fujitsu has announced an innovative liquid cooling heat pipe that can be deployed in compact electronic devices like smartphones or tablets. Liquid cooling systems have existed for desktop class personal computers, but reducing their size to make them fit in tiny gadgets had been a major challenge. The engineering team at Fujitsu has developed a loop heat pipe that's just 1mm thick - and can be accommodated in your smartphone.

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Apr
13
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by Ankita Katdare at 8:11 PM
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When it comes to the topic of quantum computing, the world is mesmerized at the moment. As researchers steadily share their research work one after the other, the picture is only getting clearer for the common man. A team of researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) recently revealed in their study that it is possible to control a highly coherent qubit using electric fields instead of pulses of oscillating magnetic fields. Now, qubits are the microscopic objects in whose...
Apr
13
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by Ankita Katdare at 6:26 PM
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Mumbai-based company iBall has a good collection of Android phones under its Andi series. The newest addition to the iBall Andi series is a new Dual SIM phone that supports 3G and WiFi hotspot called 'iBall Andi 5M Xotic'. Coming with a not-so-exotic price tag of Rs. 8,199, which makes the smartphone fall in the mid-range budget category, this iBall phone runs on the Android 4.4 KitKat OS which is upgradable to the latest version 5.0 Lollipop. It is worth noting here that the phone was...
Apr
13
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by Ankita Katdare at 5:46 PM
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In solid state devices, the study of electron's spin manipulated by both magnetic and electric fields is known as Spintronics or Spin Electronics. This technology is already being used to create advanced data storage memory devices. An engineering research group from Chalmers University of Technology at Sweden seems to have uncovered a concept that leads the use of Graphene, an allotrope of Carbon, to develop Spintronics in a way that could help us develop highly efficient processing and...
Apr
13
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 4:56 PM
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It’s finally here, the much awaited LTE variant of the most affordable Motorola offering. The Moto E (2nd Gen) LTE has been put up on the Flipkart website for pre-order. The Android Lollipop smartphone, now with LTE connectivity costs a grand more than its 3G cousin. The phone which will be sold in Black and White colour variants costs Rs. 7999. Unlike other members of the Motorola family, the Moto E (2nd Gen) LTE is the first phone that is going up for pre-order. Previous offerings from the...
Apr
13
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by Ankita Katdare at 1:59 PM
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The technology in use today for biochemical sensing & imaging isn't up to the mark. A team of researchers from NIST or National Institute of Standards and Technology and NIH or National Institutes of Health took it up as a challenge to push the frontiers of this tech. With their ongoing experiments, the team has developed and demonstrated a new shape-shifting probe that can do high-resolution remote biological sensing - a technology that has many applications in the fields of biology,...
Apr
12
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by Ankita Katdare at 6:41 PM
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Catching up with the trend of developing self driving cars, two Professors from Gujarat's Amiraj College of Engineering have built their own version of a driverless vehicle in India called "Dextra SMART" – A mobile app based driverless car. With the recent upsurge of self driving cars, most tech giants have been seen joining in the league over the last couple of years. It was Google who first made the world feel awe-inspired about its...
Apr
12
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 5:30 PM
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SkyOrbiter is an interesting solar powered drone that aims to provide Internet access across the world. Developed by a Portuguese company that goes by the name 'Quarkson' successfully tested the drone at an undisclosed location on April 2. This flying machine is equipped with Wi-Fi transmitting equipment that offers Internet access on the ground. The signal transmitted by the drone needs to be catched via a patch antenna.

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Apr
12
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 3:45 PM
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Electricity Pylons have been with us since eternity. Their lattice structure made out of steel with four legs is immediately recognisable from miles. They are responsible for supporting overhead power lines that carry high voltages across a region. The humble and extremely useful electricity pylon has gotten a much needed makeover in the countryside of the United Kingdom. The National Grid, which is responsible for power transmission in the United Kingdom, has debuted the new T-Pylon in...
Apr
12
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by Coral Jain at 12:53 AM
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After the success of Lenovo A700 with all its stunning reviews from its customers, the Chinese tech-giant doesn't seem to be taking rest. It has brought a new low budget phone, which gives you ample satisfying features at the price it is offered at. Unleashed exclusively for the Chinese market, this Dual SIM smartphones named A1900 is powered by Cortex SC7730 1.2 GHz processor and comes with Android version 4.4.2 Kitkat operating system. Lenovo offers this phone with a sporty (IPS)...​