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Jul
22
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 7:42 PM
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How do you like the idea of extracting the sweat from your clothes and turning the moisture into drinkable water? Well, more than 1000 people have already drunk other people's sweat in Gothenburg. The machine is already in use in Sweden - and it just works like washing machine. The sweaty clothes get spinned and heated so that the sweat is removed. The vapour is then passed through a special membrane that only lets the water molecules pass through, which is then condensed to water. The project...
Jul
22
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 3:42 PM
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India & Brazil are budget phone heavens - with a large number of competing phone companies importing phones from China and selling them under their own brand name. While the market for smartphones is ever growing, majority of the phones continue to be the 'dumb' phones - being used to make/receive calls and texting. According to a report published in ToI, Facebook's engineers have been secretly working for over 2 years on a project to bring the portal to these phones. While most of the...
Jul
22
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by Ambarish Ganesh at 2:07 PM
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This is probably the first in its kind. The Sweat Machine, a creation of Swedish engineer Andreas Hammar, wrings sweat off your cloth, purifies it, and then offers the same to you as clean potable drinking water. The machine is based on a technology developed with The Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm in Sweden. As you ruminate over this concept, Hammar goes a step ahead saying that the drinking water extracted off the cloth is cleaner that what you get in normal Swedish tap water....
Jul
21
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by Ankita Katdare at 2:15 PM
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India saw the launch of Sony Xperia Z tablet in May this year. Famous for its shockproof, dust resistant and waterproof nature, Sony's flagship devices are sure garnering some solid attention. It was only last month that we took notice of the smartphone Sony...
Jul
20
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by Smriti Jha at 1:11 AM
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After the dawn and dusk of All-in-one tablet computers, it's time for the equilibrium of universes that is maintained by the smartphone-camera conjunction to dismantle itself. In simpler words, Sony is raring to launch a lens that's bodiless. In fact, it's just a lens, true to its name, void of a supporting structure, or a screen. Sony is essentially bringing sophisticated camera lenses to smartphones but not quite like Nokia is planning to with the 41-megapixel phone. The Sony lenses are huge,...
Jul
20
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 12:49 PM
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This is the news we think a lot of us have been waiting for - Reliance to make an official entry in to the 4G Internet markets in India. TOI has reported that Reliance Jio Infocomm (aka RJIL) - the company that Mukesh Ambani has formed to take control of the 4G Internet services pan India has began work to roll out 4G network services in India, starting with Assam & northeast states. Reliance Jio executive, Mr. Tarun Jhunjhunwala, business head and state mentor has had a meeting with Assam's...
Jul
20
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by Smriti Jha at 9:23 PM
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India Yamaha Motor declared on Saturday that it will be pulling back 56,082 units of 'Ray' scooter, which was launched last year.The company has cited the reason to be a problem in the handlebar. Apparently, some scooters are facing insufficient strength in the handlebar due to inadequate welding. In extreme cases, the steering operation might get affected by this issue, eventually compromising the driver's safety. So as to avoid such a scenario, the company will take the responsibility to...
Jul
20
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by Ankita Katdare at 8:08 AM
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ZTE, the global telecommunications company from China has launched six new Android smartphones and four 3G datacards for the Indian consumers. With a price range that would suit a variety of segments in India's market, these new smartphone models include - The ZTE Grand X for Rs. 14,999, the ZTE Blade G2 for Rs. 11,599, The ZTE Blade C for Rs. 7,599, The ZTE Blade L for Rs. 12,599, the ZTE Kis Flex for Rs. 5,799 and finally the ZTE Blade E for Rs. 11,999. With such competitive prices the ZTE...
Jul
19
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 10:11 PM
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Say hello to Remy - a machine learning system developed by engineering team at MIT that will generate TCP congestion-control algorithms that outperform those created by humans. Professor Hari Balakrishnan, Fujitsu Professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science who's working on the Remy project said that when humans design the TCP congestion-control algorithms, they think about one or two connections in a network and then base their designs around that. However, the whole design process...
Jul
19
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 5:48 PM
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STMicroelectronics has announced the STA333IS system-on-chip that measures just 2.57 mm x 3.24mm and yet delivers up to 2x20W of audio output! Incredible, isn't' it? The chip is the most power dense single-chip digital audio system available today and has become the part of ST's SoundTerminal family - known for advance process and chip-scale package technologies with digital audio IP such as FFX full flexible amplification.


STA claims that the STA333IS is unique in the...