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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...
Jul
29
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 8:27 PM
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Vu 4K TV has been launched in India with a bank-breaking price tag of Rs. 9,00,000. Considering that the rivals like Samsung have launched the 4K TV sets in India with price tag as high as Rs. 27,00,000, Vu TV's price may not look like 'a lot'. It looks like 4K entertainment is going to remain confined to the rich people at least for the next few months. We don't know how many.


The Ultra HD LED TV from Vu has built-in support for Windows 8 and Linux operating systems. Vu...
Jul
29
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 3:48 PM
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Finally, Amazon has launched two new India edge locations in Chennai & Mumbai to cater to the CloudFront and Route 53 web services, part of Amazon Web Services (AWS) suite. These locations will help lower the latency and also improve the performance for the end users. With the new locations in India, Amazon web services now have 42 worldwide locations. Existing users of these two service need not do anything on their own.


Requests made to CloudFront and Route 53 will...
Jul
29
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 3:11 PM
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It's an open secret that Apple's engineers are working on producing a cheaper, more affordable version of the iPhone. But now the mystery over the naming of the phone is lifting up. The latest spy cam shots indicate that the name Apple's chosen for their budget friendly iPhone is 'iPhone 5C'. We'd believe that the 'C' in the name stands for cheaper. A French website called NoWhereElse has posted a photo of the iPhone 5 retail box containing plenty of iPhone 5C.


Now, the...
Jul
29
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 11:41 AM
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Looks like PayPal India & RBI have finally resolved all the issues between them. All the PayPal users in India are receiving the following email (see below). The email highlights that the users of PayPal based in India can now receive payments up to Rs. $10,000 (= Rs. 592400.00, by today's exchange rate) in a single transaction. The earlier limit was $3000 per transaction. One important thing to note is that these payments must be 'export' related. Which means you cannot still use PayPal for...
Jul
29
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 10:02 AM
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New Delhi railway station is set to become India's first ever railway station to offer free Wi-Fi service to the passengers. The station, arguably 'India's busiest' will offer this value added amenity to all the passengers. The train station handles about 300 trains and about 500,000 passengers every day. The facility will operate just like the way it operates at major international airports. We learn that a Mumbai based company has been awarded the contract to setup Wireless hot spots all over...
Jul
29
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 9:43 AM
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Electrical engineers at the United States Department Of Energy's National Accelerator Laboratory have put speed limits on the world's fastest electrical switch - the one that takes just a trillionth of a second to operate. The research team says that this could lead to breakthrough innovations in the transistors designs making them faster, more powerful and reliable with potential use if future computers. The team found out that using SLAC's coherent light source X-ray laser, it takes only a...
Jul
28
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 9:38 AM
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Researchers at the National Taiwan University know that you totally suck at self-control; especially when it comes to eating and smoking. They've therefore developed a new type of sensor that sits on your teeth and silently monitors what and how much have you been putting in your mouth and in what quantity. It then tells it all to the doctors like an obedient servant so that the doctors. Research team head, Hao-Hua Chu has already done tests with the prototype with 8 volunteers....
Jul
27
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by Smriti Jha at 5:26 PM
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Researchers at MIT have shown that it is possible to introduce false memories into the mind, and they have done so by using the brains of mice to successfully arouse fear of an event which didn't occur at all. This breakthrough result comes from the same team that discovered that memories are located in individual neurons. Extending the concept, the team has devised necessary steps leading to the process of implanting (or "incepting" as we may popularly refer to it) artificial memories. This...
Jul
27
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 4:59 PM
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SmartNaMo is an upcoming smartphone dedicated to the Gujarat Chief Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. Before you read further, be alert that this information is based on reporting done by mainstream digital media in India and the website smartnamo.com. We've our own doubts this phone will ever be made; but if it's not a prank or some joke, SmartNaMo will be launched in India with a price tag ranging from Rs. 1000 to Rs. 16000. The official (?) website renders the photo of this mobile as follows -...