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Jul
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by Smriti Jha at 5:31 AM
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Foc.us is the first ever brain-boosting tDCS headset that is purposed to improve your focus, reaction time, and ability to learn new skills. While the device, which has recently approved by the FCC, is originally targeted at gamers looking to up their skill points, tDCS has the potential to add to almost every aspect of your life. tDCS stands for transcranial direct current stimulation. Transcranial refers to the fact that the direct current is passed across a region of your brain ie the...
Jul
30
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 6:43 PM
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Sony Xperia Z Ultra has been launched in India with a price tag of Rs. 46990. This 6.4" phone+tablet (aka phablet) will be available on eCommerce websites and retail stores starting 2nd August. Sony had announced the tablet in China a few days ago - and it's company's first tablet that features full 6.4" display that operates at full HD aka 1080p resolution. Viewing images and videos is going to be a retina-pleasing experience for sure. Sony's engineers have packed the TRILUMINUS display in...
Jul
30
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by Ankita Katdare at 4:57 PM
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Getting increasingly tech savvy by the day, the Government of India has got the Ministry of external affairs launch a new mobile app called MEAIndia that lets users apply for passport and visas from anywhere in the world through Android and iOS platforms. Not just that, users of this new mobile app will be able to access services related to the travel document and get consular assistance on the go. "MEAIndia helps you find the nearest Indian Mission/Post and establish contact with Indian...
Jul
30
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by Ankita Katdare at 4:26 PM
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Ahead of the 7th August Launch Event for the LG's flagship G2 Smartphone, LG Electronics has unveiled a line of premium cases Called the QuickWindow Case, LG says that this cover for your smartphone is aesthetically beautiful and will be made available at the same time as the smartphone. Making an interesting addition to its smartphone accessory lineup, LG...​
Jul
30
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 10:35 AM
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IBM (NYSE: IBM) has found some super power in a new, high-performance PowerLinux server to cater to its clients working in Big Data, Cloud Computing and Analytics. The company has also developed new software and middleware apps to meet the growing computing needs in the open cloud environments. The new PowerLinux 7R4 server, built on the top of Power Systems platform running IBM's Watson Cognitive Computing solution will provide for the data-intensive workloads deployed in Linux environments....
Jul
30
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 10:21 AM
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Japanese & European engineers have developed world's lightest and thinnest organic circuits, which they say could be used in a wide range of healthcare applications. These new ultrathin organic transistor integrated circuits are lighter than a feather and are being developed under guidance of Professor Takao Someya and Associate Professor Tsuyoshi Sekitani of the University of Tokyo. Their project is sponsored by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) in association with Siegfried...
Jul
30
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 9:31 AM
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Sony and Panasonic have joined hands to develop 300GB capacity optical discs for personal / professional use by 2015. The two companies have signed an agreement for jointly developing this next generation standard for long-term digital data storage. Both companies will improve the development efficiency by utilising the technologies both companies have developed independently. Both companies will continue to hold discussions in coming months on the specifications for the new standard. It looks...
Jul
30
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 12:12 AM
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Almost all of you might have gone through the painful procedure of getting your blood drawn for diagnostic tests. While in some tests a drop of blood is enough for a sample others require almost a vial of your blood and in these situations the medical professional has to find your vein and this is where the problem lies - He/she might not get the vein in the first try and has to give it another go. So to make this process an accurate one, a California based startup has come up with Veebot. The...
Jul
30
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 10:49 PM
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For retrieving stolen mobile phones, the Russian Metro Police have come up with an interesting idea. They are planning to install devices across various subway stations in Moscow that shall be able to read the data on SIM cards and will be able to alert the authorities when it spots a mobile phone that has been listed as stolen in the police database. The authorities shall then use the time and place of the alert and use closed-circuit television footage to nab the thief. These devices will...
Jul
30
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 9:38 PM
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Before you panic and raise an alarm regarding this event, we can assure you there are no ill intensions involved in this process. Software hacking experts Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek who are well known for finding bugs in Microsoft and Apple software products have been working on a US government funded project on finding out vulnerabilities associated with critical systems in modern cars. The duo will release the detailed blueprints of techniques that they used to hack into popular cars...