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Jun
28
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by Ankita Katdare at 4:51 PM
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With the ever-increasing use of the Internet data traffic, thanks to growing number of internet powered devices - be it smartphone or tablets or laptops, we have reached a situation where a breakthrough in the internet bandwidth i.e. the amount of data per second that can be transmitted across a channel, is the most in demand. As the internet usage continues to soar, this all new fiber optic technology developed by Engineering Professor Siddharth Ramachandran from Boston University could...
Jun
28
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 5:27 PM
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Startups in India note - IIM Ahmedabad's iAccelerator applications are open. The accelerator will select a maximum of 15 startup companies with most promising ideas, business plan and team for the iAccelerator 2013 program. The program is designed to enable the technopreneurs in the Internet and Mobile domain to establish their companies and turn the startup into professional businesses. The 3 month residential program will incubate startups at IIM-A. The incubator will offer startups with...
Jun
28
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by Ankita Katdare at 4:24 PM
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Google Inc., now not only the world's topmost search engine, but the only tech giant that can rival Apple and Microsoft, is now said to be developing an Android Gaming Console. After releasing an interesting music streaming product called the 'Nexus Q' in June last year, it received a lot of mixed reactions, but the device was never sold. This new game console could be a revamped version of the Nexus Q, or so the reports say. Google has been working on it's hardware and the world knows of it...
Jun
28
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 3:24 PM
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MIT's computer science & artificial intelligence engineers have developed X-Ray vision using low powered wi-fi signals. The research team has been attempting to build a device that can see through the walls. Thought the ability has already been achieved previously; the technique involves bulky radar technology that uses a part of the electromagnetic spectrum only available to the military. Dina Katabi, professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at MIT and her student Fadel Adib have...
Jun
28
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 3:03 PM
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The United States military is developing their own exclusive, secure 4G network and mobility solutions as it developers joint information environment said Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA) director, Lt. Gen. Ronnie D. Hawkins Jr. yesterday. The US Department of Defence is ready to spend $23 billion in the next 4 years to roll out the networks to make sure that their cyber defence strategy is up to date. The program will include building a secure 4G network available exclusively to the...
Jun
28
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 1:03 PM
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Mini-satellites have become increasingly popular in recent times. Whether it’s a DIY project involving a Raspberry Pi or experimental smartphone satellites, these tiny satellites have a huge potential in the global satellite market because of their small size and low manufacturing costs. Taking this business opportunity into consideration, a San Francisco based start-up company called Planet Labs has announced their plans to unleash 28 mini-satellites that shall orbit the earth in a ring...
Jun
27
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 12:25 PM
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As promised, Sony has released PS3 4.45 firmware upgrade for all PS3 machines and most importantly, it fixes all the PS3s that were rendered out of commission by the earlier 4.45 version. The 4.45 version which was released just a few days ago prevented PS3 systems from rebooting and those who could successfully reboot their machines after installing 4.45, the firmware awarded NAT & IP Fragment issues. Sony confirms that the latest firmware upgrade will fix all those troubles and ensure...
Jun
27
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 11:54 AM
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The nature's not being fair in Uttarakhand (India) where the rains have caused havocs and has left the entire state in shambles. The rescue operations (and politics) are in full swing in the state and then there was a recent news of a rescue chopper getting crashed at the sites. Reaching out to devastation spots in Kedarnath, Bhairav Chotti and Jungle Chotti is incredibly difficult. Under such situation, the contribution of 5 idiots* of ideaForge is attention grabbing.

ideaForge's 'Netra' - a...
Jun
27
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 10:07 AM
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NASA's million miles missions require engines that perform continuously, reliably for longer periods - and the NEXT Ion Thruster has ran for 5.5 years non-stop setting up a new record for any type of space propulsion system demonstration project ever. The thruster was developed by NASA under its NASA's Evolutionary Xenon Thruster (NEXT) project at th Glenn Research Center in Cleveland. The test engine's core ionisation chamber was manufactured by Glenn while the Aeroject Rocketdyne designed and...
Jun
26
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 10:25 PM
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Well at VoiCE we have never discussed the hot fashion trends, and why would we? We keep our sights on what’s the hottest technology not what’s hot this season. But when I came across this shirt, I was amused and intrigued at the same time. So here it is, an Oxford shirt titled Summer Oxford: White with Light Blue Gingham by Voy Voy.


The shirts looks ordinary, but take a closer look at the front shirt tail, there is a micro suede patch discreetly hidden inside it with which...