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Sep
03
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by Ankita Katdare at 2:08 PM
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As researchers from across the globe are coming up with alternatives for newer sources of green energy, the world is waiting in anticipation for the research to move from 'lab to land'. In one such recent attempt to replace natural fuels such as - diesel, petrol or natural gas, a team from Imperial College London and the University of Turku in Finland has come together to engineer the E.coli bacteria to generate a renewable source of energy aka propane. In today's scenario, Propane is being...
Sep
03
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by Ankita Katdare at 10:58 AM
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iBall has launched a new Android 4.4 KitKat running tablet in India with iBall Slide 3G Q7271-IPS 20, which features a 7-inch IPS Display (1024 x 600 pixel resolution) and a 1.3GHz Quad Core Cortex A7 processor. This tablet is the newest addition to the company's iBall Slide series which lies between the price range of Rs. 8,000 to 13,000. The 9.25 mm slim design of the tablet is adorned...
Sep
03
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by Guneet Kaur Khanuja at 10:10 AM
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Founded in June 2012, The Media Ant is a privately held Marketing and Advertising company by Samir Chaudhary, Mayank Bidawatka and Mukesh Agrawal. The Media Ant is a market place for various media options in India.

Samir Chaudhary completed his Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from Birla Institution of Technology in the year 2001. He then pursued PGDM in Marketing & Finance from IIM Bangalore.

In an exclusive interview with CrazyEngineers, Samir talks about The Media Ant, his educational...
Sep
02
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by Chaitanya Kukde at 8:26 PM
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The technoholics in India are often seen fretting about how cool technologies are always arriving late in India and how many of them are forced to buy their favorite products from overseas markets. But this trend seems to be breaking as Snapdeal has jumped in the 'Internet of Things' fray with their latest product: Teewe - a media streaming device for TVs with an HDMI port. The Snapdeal Teewe is essentially the 'younger brother' of Chromecast, a $35 video streaming stick by Google.

The concept...
Sep
02
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by Sharvari Panchbhai at 5:33 PM
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ZTE Corporation, a Chinese multinational telecom equipment and systems company, has launched a new smartphone called ZTE V5 in India priced at Rs. 10,999. Chinese firms are making a beeline to tap into the huge mobile market in India and ZTE, following its competitor Xiaomi Inc, is ready to expand its smartphone portfolio in this segment. The brand new V5 is exclusively available on e-commerce site, Snapdeal.


Heading to the technical specifications, this dual sim smartphone...
Sep
02
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 4:39 PM
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Every one of us who has owned a computer has at least once carried out the time consuming and often frustrating task of backing up the contents and formatting the storage of our computer to restore its performance. If you thought that you have a difficult job, think again. NASA researchers are planning to execute the same thing remotely from 125 million miles or 20 crore kilometers away. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California which is responsible for the Mars Exploration Rover...
Sep
02
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by Ankita Katdare at 11:09 AM
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LAVA International Limited has been pretty excited about its Iris series of smartphones and after the success of the popular Iris X1, the company is back with a new "Selfie Smartphone" called - the LAVA Iris X5. While the smartphone is being promoted as a perfect combo of great camera and graceful design, let's take a look at what the "made for selfie" smartphone has in its technical specs department to decide if it offers value for money. Starting with the OS, there's Android 4.4 KitKat...
Sep
02
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 8:18 AM
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Google's all set to unveil low-budget Android phone(s) in India on September 15 powered by Android One. The price of these phones is likely to be between Rs. 6K - 10K. Google has sent out invites to the leading media for the event but has not revealed any further details. The Android One program allows the device manufacturers to build phones on low-cost circuit designs put together by engineers at Google. The program, announced in India in June, refers to several hardware models acting as...
Sep
01
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by Sharvari Panchbhai at 4:24 PM
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Northwestern University researchers have come up with an innovative way of improving memory and treating memory impairments. This new method can be helpful for the treatment of ailments such as early-stage Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, distressing brain injury, et al. The study is the first of its kind which demonstrates that stimulating a particular region in the brain can specifically change brain’s memory functions in adults. The magnetic pulses, called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation...
Sep
01
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by Ambarish Ganesh at 10:21 AM
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Virginia Tech scientists have successfully illustrated a sugar 'biobattery' as a type of enzymatic fuel cell (EFC) that converts the chemical energy contained within sugar substrates (starch and glycogen) into electrical energy. Y H Percival Zhang, Chief Science Officer at Cell-Free BioInnovations (CFB) at Virginia Tech claims that theirs is the first team to have demonstrated the complex oxidation of biobattery's sugar, thus achieving a near-theoretical energy conversion yield that no other...