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Apr
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 6:45 PM
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We've been waiting and writing about Reliance 4G launch in India. Just a few minutes ago, the billionaire brothers shook hands allowing Reliance Jio Infocomm (led by Mukesh Ambani) to use nationwide optic fiber network established by Reliance Communications (led by Anil Ambani) in order to...
Apr
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by Smriti Jha at 7:56 PM
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Well, not really but they are catching up quick. The research on low-cost artificial hands has been fruitful and the organization has released a clip of yet another milestone achieved by the mimic robot. In the clip, the robotic hand takes the part of pit crew and removes a car tire by unscrewing it effortlessly. Experts are keen on emulating the...
Apr
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 9:38 AM
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Google maintains the tradition of fooling people on April fool's day and 'Google Nose Beta' is Google's this year's offering for all the fools. Google's homepage invites the users to try out their new service with a message "New! What’s that smell? Find out with Google Nose". Upon clicking the link, you'd be taken to Google Nose Hompage that says "Smelling Is Believing" (seriously?). The whole page takes you through the various...
Mar
31
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by Smriti Jha at 7:25 PM
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One pilot, zero passengers and a message of inspiration are bound to make a trip in a solar-powered plane from one US coast to another on May 1. 12,000 photovoltaic solar cells cover the Solar Impulse's 64.4 meters wide wings providing it with enough power to make a flight without any need of jet fuel. The plan is to make a 7-10 days stop at every major city to educate people and advertise their support of sustainability and technology. The flight will take off from Mountain View, California...
Mar
31
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 8:26 AM
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'Smell-O-Vision', as they call it, would soon be a reality. That means if you are watching a coffee advertisement on the TV, the advertiser can actually make you smell the coffee. Or if you are watching a perfume advertisement on HomeShop18 channel, the anchor can actually ask you to move nearer to the TV screen and smell the perfume - in real time! Unbelievable, isn't it? But the Japanese engineers have done it already! Inventor Haruka Matsukura of the Tokyo University Of Agriculture &...
Mar
30
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 6:36 PM
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Are you experiencing slow Internet connection since last few days? Have you been cursing your Internet service provider for pathetic quality of service? Well, this time, it's not their fault and you are not alone who's getting 1/10th of your regular connection speeds. In fact, the Internet connectivity in entire South East Asia, Middle East and Africa has been affected and the reason is the broken SeaMeWe-4 (South East Asia–Middle East–West Europe 4) along with damage to IMEWE (India-Middle...
Mar
30
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 12:22 PM
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Michael Adams, member of University of Georgia's Bioenergy Systerms Research Center has succeeded in finding a way to transform the atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (CO2) into useful biofuel. What this means is that the gas which is responsible for trapping Earth's heat in atmosphere, and therefore responsible for global warming, would soon be powering our engines. Adams says that he and his team have created a microorganism that mimics plants and absorbs the CO2 from atmosphere and then turn it into...
Mar
29
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by Smriti Jha at 7:52 PM
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First country to introduce mobile phones in South Asia in 1989 and first to introduce 3G in 2004, it seems Sri Lanka is ahead of the sub-continent when it comes to mobile technology. A whopping $26.25 million is what Dialog Axiata, Sri Lanka's largest cellular operator, paid to win the auction for the 10Mh band in 1,800 spectrum that is soon to become South Asia's first 4G network. The auction occurred on Thursday and the money raised from the spectrum sale has set a new record for highest...
Mar
28
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 11:31 PM
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Engineers at Panasonic have developed a new kind of technology that can double the brightness of color photographs taken in low light conditions. What this means is that you no longer have to keep adjusting your flash while clicking photographs in an indoor restaurant. The technology uses micro color splitters in place of color filters in image sensors. Until now, the image sensors would create color photograph using RGB filters for every pixels. However this approach results in about 50-70%...
Mar
27
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 4:20 PM
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It's no wonder that as we continue to eat up all the fossil fuels, the time has come that we figure out the most efficient ways to tap the solar energy. Scientists at the Georgia Tech Institute Of Technology & Purdue University have teamed to develop recyclable solar cells from cellulose nanocrystal (CNC) substrates. The biggest advantages of such solar cells is that once they reach the end of life, they can be recycled in water in just a few minutes. The team reports that their solar cells...