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Sep
30
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 9:31 PM
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Edward Snowden’s public disclosure of PRISM program by NSA has caused uproar among privacy enthusiasts worldwide. As the US government is trying to justify its move, people are now working on getting themselves out of NSA’s purview. Taking a big step forward in blocking NSA access, antivirus software founder John McAfee has unveiled his plan to create a gadget called that can create a decentralised network between smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Speaking at San Jose McEnery Convention Center...
Sep
30
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by Ambarish Ganesh at 7:39 PM
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Seismologists have found a great friend in a smartphone chip that collects real-time and accurate data of earthquakes with magnitude > 5. The chip was originally used to maintain the orientation of the screen, but studies show that the same chip can now transform your smartphone into a potential earthquake sensor. Famous as Micro-Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) accelerometer, the sensors measure the rate of acceleration of ground motion and vibrations of various structures including cars and...
Sep
29
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 9:50 AM
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Meet Venturi VBB-3 - the world's most powerful electric car, currently waiting on the runway in the deserts of Utah, USA for the weather to be nicer. The engineering team that built VBB-3 over the past two years is all geared up to break the land speed record of 495 km/h, which the Venturi motors itself holds since 2010. The French company is a well known name in the high performance electric vehicles sector. The Venturi VBB-3 was officially unveiled by the Prince Albert II of Monaco and...
Sep
28
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 1:29 PM
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When it comes to guarding the mobile screens, no one does the job better than the Rhino Shield. This mobile screen guard is capable of protecting your displays even when hit with a hammer! Does that sound too good to be true? Well, be ready to fall off your chair because it costs only about £20 - which by no means a big price to pay to protect your precious iPhone 5S. The Rhino Shield is just as transparent as it should be and just 3x thicker than your regular sheet of paper. But it's capable...
Sep
27
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 9:08 PM
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Autonomous cars are soon going to be the future of personal transport but since the technology is still in the nascent stage these innovative cars have to go through years of red tape before they can be rolled out on public roads. While some countries are still wrapping their heads around the idea of these cars, Japan has taken a step forward and granted the first license plate to a partially automated Nissan LEAF. Even though it’s just a regular licence plate, Nissan has considered it very...
Sep
27
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by Ankita Katdare at 11:22 AM
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Website owners, take note! Google's new search algorithm now called 'Hummingbird' has been launched. Being the first major upgrade in the last three years, Google has now shared that the algorithm has been put to use since last one month has affected around 90% of Google's search results. So, how does this matter to online website owners? Well, the ramifications of this Google search algo update are going to be huge. In fact, this has been the biggest overhaul that the search results will see...
Sep
27
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 10:38 AM
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If you aren't feeling lucky, we'd like you to check this cool easter egg Google's rolled out to celebrate their 15th birthday. Search 'Google in 1998' on Google search and Google goes back 15 years and presents you with the look it had then. Note Google logo with an exclamation mark at the end of the logo. Do give it a try.


The first page has interesting search results like 'Unclesam', 'Linux', Google Help and even 'Why Use Google?'. I tried following the links and they do...
Sep
26
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 8:10 PM
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Like a true engineer, if you love big machines; Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland is the place to be. But the machine & place wasn't open for everyone to roam around. That changes today. You may now inspect the Large Hadron Collider without moving your bum with the comfort of Google Street View. The nicest folks in the Google's GSV team have stitched together the photographs captured back in 2011 and have developed a virtual tour for the rest of us. Hit the source link below and...
Sep
26
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by Ankita Katdare at 4:09 PM
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Intex, the India smartphone manufacturer, has today officially launched two new smartphones in its Aqua series, called Intex Aqua HD and Intex Aqua i4. With a plan to increase sales exponentially in India in the coming months, Sanjay Kumar Kalirona, Business Head- Mobile, Intex Technologies, said “With festive season around the corner, we are planning to sell 3 lakh smartphones in the month of October, 2013.” said Sanjay Kumar Kalirona, Business Head- Mobile, Intex Technologies. Both these...
Sep
26
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by Ambarish Ganesh at 3:29 PM
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Hyundai India has launched a unique mobile application called 'Hyundai Care' for both Android and iOS platforms, which offers real-time assistance to customers with service support, car service calculator, service appointment, and other similar things. Some features offered by the Hyundai Care app includes GPS-enabled trip meter, timely service reminder, constant notifications, insurance calculator and a review option for vehicle service history and labor charges. The GPS-enabled app even...