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Jul
29
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by Ambarish Ganesh at 4:50 PM
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Everything's going digital, even news, and while we rejoice getting the latest news right on our smartphones/laptop/tablet, there are some who still prefer getting them via the traditional newspapers. Little Printer works out the best of both worlds. Imagine getting a personalized newspaper printed at your preferable time - you get the latest news, and that too in your loved newspaper format. We totally understand that you splash out $199 for sentiment's sake. Who wouldn't?

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Jul
29
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 10:46 AM
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Batteries with Lithium metal anode is what the modern electronics demand to be more powerful to serve all your future electronic empire. A team of researchers from Stanford University has submitted the findings of their study in the Nature magazine, saying that such batteries have more energy storage density than the currently popular lithium ion batteries. The research team focused all the efforts on developing a battery with lithium metal, silicon and tin as materials for anode while sulphur...
Jul
28
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by Sharvari Panchbhai at 3:52 PM
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When a baby is born in India, parents usually don’t do infant hearing screen test. There are multiple reasons for it; either the parents are oblivious to such auditory tests, or because the hospitals don’t conduct it, or because the test is too expensive. Usually, the test is conducted a few years after the birth, if the child shows anomalous hearing behavior. According to a study, it is found out that in India only 38% of the medical institutes perform the new-born hearing screening. In order...
Jul
28
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by Ankita Katdare at 2:25 PM
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Capturing an object positioned around a corner from a camera seems like an impossible task if you don't have a mirror at hand. Well, no magic tricks involved when it comes to the work of a research team from University of Bonn and the University of British Columbia, Vancouvera have developed a camera that can actually "see" around the corner. The novel technology introduced here makes use of diffusely reflected light for reconstructing the shape of objects that's not in the direct field of view...
Jul
28
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 10:59 AM
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OnePlus ONE, the phone that brands itself as the 2014 flagship killer has announced the plans to launch the phone in India. No wonder the team at this Chinese startup, that launched just a few months ago, is eyeing to gun down Moto G and recently launched (and tremendously successful) Xiaomi Mi3. If you call yourself a geek, we expect you to know OnePlus One and how the company is disrupting the android phone markets with their no compromise attitude in almost everything - hardware, software...
Jul
25
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 6:19 PM
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We all know the importance of sleep in our lives. It helps us to rest and recuperate our weary bodies for another challenging tomorrow. However for some of us out there sleep becomes a wearisome experience because of various factors. Since we spend one-third of our lives in bed, James Proud’s new company Hello Inc. has introduced the Sense sleep monitor that monitors your sleep patterns and identifies the factors that are disrupting it. The Sense system has three parts, the Sense device, Sleep...
Jul
25
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by Ankita Katdare at 12:50 PM
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A new malware that goes by the name 'Bladabindi' has been found to have hit hundreds of computers in India and the Government of India's CERT-In or Computer Emergency Response Team has started warning Indian computer users to beware of it. The Bladabindi virus is capable of stealing sensitive personal information from the victim's computer and sending it to a malicious hacker sitting anywhere across the world. The malware can give backdoor access to your PC in the hands of the hacker. After...
Jul
24
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by Sharvari Panchbhai at 1:03 PM
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The Research team of Penn State University and Cornell University physicists has discovered a novel material for studying the concept of “spin-transfer torque”. The new substance is a combination of standard magnetic material and bismuth selenide, also known as "topological insulator". Bismuth selenide inherently aid the flow of electrons with a particular oriented spin. The results show that this amalgamation can be more efficient for managing and controlling magnetic memory and logic than any...
Jul
24
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by Smriti Jha at 3:31 AM
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Researchers at University of California, Berkeley and MIT's Media Lab are working in collaboration with Microsoft on a display that compensates for vision defects in people. The technology uses algorithms to anticipate how the user's eyes distort the image and adjusts it beforehand to bypass the function of corrective lenses entirely. The algorithm works on the pixel-level to create a sharp image on the retina. Not only does this technique assist people with hypermetropia (long-sightedness) but...
Jul
23
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 7:10 PM
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ASUS and Quantenna Communications had demonstrated their world's first Wave 2 802.11ac router at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014. Quantenna Communications had said that ASUS RT-AC87 would be the first ever wireless router to sport their award winning QSR1000 4x4 multi-user multiple input multiple output (MU-MIMO) chipset. Both ASUS and Quantenna did not reveal the price and availability of the new router. Time's flown by by and we now have the world's fastest router to retail with a...