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Sep
18
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 12:40 PM
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Everyone who browses the internet is aware of cookies. Cookies have been used since ages to recognise users when the visit any particular website. While the first party cookies are used between the companies who run the websites, the use of third party cookies has increased in recent times. These cookies collect your information about your browsing activities to provide you targeted content such as ads. Newer versions of browsers like Firefox and Chrome come with an optional feature called as...
Sep
18
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 11:20 AM
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Smartphones have always continuously proven their mettle in every aspect of life. One of the most important and most used features on a smartphone is its camera. Mainstream makers continuously obsess on megapixels, Optical Image...
Sep
18
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 7:28 AM
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HP acknowledges the fact that Windows has become more secure than ever but it still remains concerned about the threats to the firmware of a computer that might sneak past the OS security and harm the BIOS. In an effort to neutralise these threats, HP has introduced HP SureStart that can check and repair any damages to the BIOS. This software which is an addition to its BIOSphere firmware ecosystem compares the present BIOS with an untouched backup copy of BIOS at boot-time and if it notices...
Sep
18
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by Ambarish Ganesh at 5:27 PM
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Mozilla Firefox 24 was unveiled today, and it includes several updates for the Android version of the browser. For the desktop users, the cluttered browser could be killed by clicking the newly added option 'Close tabs to the right', which is placed right above the 'Reopen closed tab option'. The desktop version even offers a scrollbar style for Mac users operating OS X 10.7 or higher. Firefox's Social feature lets users access certain features of social networking sites like Facebook and...
Sep
16
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by Ankita Katdare at 5:30 PM
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Nokia, the Finnish mobile manufacturer has unveiled two new feature phones, the Nokia 108 and Nokia 108 Dual-SIM. Both the phones have been given a price tag of $29 (Rs. 1,817 approximately) not considering the taxes. So, we can guess at a price of around Rs. 2000-2200. The good news is that, though these phones start shipping in Q4, the Nokia 108 Dual-SIM has already been listed on Nokia's official Indian site. Apart from the Dual SIM (GSM+GSM) functionality, there's no difference between the...
Sep
16
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 9:50 PM
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Sandisk CFast 2.0 Extreme Fast memory card is world's fastest and it's can write the bits at hair blowing 350 MB/s and retrieve them at 450 MB/s. These memory cards are indeed very special. First, these are pin-less cards and are tougher than its rivals. Second, each card comes with a unique serial number which the customer support executives can use to uniquely identify your card. Unfortunately, the card is very limited in compatibility. At this time, the only Arri Amira camera is ready to...
Sep
16
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by Ankita Katdare at 12:08 PM
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When Apple introduced the iPhone 5 Touch ID, we went ga-ga over the innovation that the company had brought to smartphones. Well, here some news that is sure to baffle you with its sheer novelty. We all know that - Gone is the age of passwords. Now, we have a new software that can enable your touchscreen smartphone to identify you by the unique way you tap and swipe on the device. Developed by Cheng Bo and his colleagues at the Illinois Institute of Technology, this software is called...
Sep
16
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by Ankita Katdare at 9:48 AM
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Hewlett Packard or HP has recently launched its latest laptop the Chromebook 14 which will be known for featuring the 4th generation Dual-Core 1.1 GHz Intel Haswell processor. Alongside HP are the other mega-giants Acer & Asus who wil also be bringing their new Chromebooks with Haswell processor. Just two months back, we told you about MacBook Air featuring the Haswell...
Sep
15
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 9:21 AM
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To all the engineers from India and around the world, we wish you a very happy engineers day! Every year, September 15th is celebrated as engineers day all over India in honor of a legendary engineer of our times - Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraiah, popularly known as Sir MV. Born on September 15, 1860, Visvesvarayya is remembered for his work on the design of the flood protection system for the city of Hyderabad (capital of Andhra Pradesh) and as a Chief Engineer of the Krishna Raja Sagara Dam in...
Sep
15
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 12:22 PM
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A (MRI) Magnetic Resonance Imaging machine can be louder than you expect. GE Healthcare pegs the noise levels of a standard MRI machine to go up to 100 decibels. To get an idea exactly how loud is 100 decibels you would have to operate a jackhammer or stand in front row of a rock concert. You can now have a vague idea about the noise levels...