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Mar
27
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by Ankita Katdare at 3:31 PM
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A lot of research is happening in the field biomimicing robotics, where bots' design is inspired from elements in nature, be it insects, birds or animals. One such study in flying robots conducted by a team of researchers from Stanford University will leave you baffled. The team has developed biomimetic robotic wings that can be used in flying drones so as to protect them from mid-air collisions. If you are following the research work on flying bots, you must've heard of the...
Mar
27
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by Ankita Katdare at 10:55 AM
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It is finally here. After months of speculations about super sports bike, Bajaj Auto has taken the wraps off of what is being called the fastest Pulsar yet called Bajaj Pulsar RS200. All set to zoom past you on Indian roads at the top speed of 141 km/hour, the Pulsar RS200 features a 199.5 cc single cylinder, 4 stroke, SOHC 4 valve, liquid cooled, triple spark, FI engine that delivers a max power of 24.5 PS @ 9750 RPM and max torque 18.6 Nm @ 8000 RPM. We decided to take a look at the super...
Mar
27
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by Chirayu Samarth at 9:09 AM
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Last month, Celkon had launched Millennia ME Q54 and now the Indian mobile manufacturer has expanded its Millennia series by introducing a new affordable smartphone- Celkon Millennia Q450. The company confirmed the release of the smartphone across all the retail stores in India but there is no news on the online availability of the device. Priced at INR 4,799, the company claims the device to be a game changer in sub 5K category as it is a truly design oriented smartphone.

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Mar
27
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by Ankita Katdare at 9:06 AM
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Our digital lives dictate us to use passwords on a daily basis. Be it for checking your mail or getting access to a new application, passwords have become a norm for protecting our account details. Though it is well known that attackers are able to guess or crack these passwords with various techniques and to fight that various apps want you to keep stronger passwords. In fact, most apps we use today, don't let us move forward till we choose a password that adheres to their security policies...
Mar
27
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 8:02 AM
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Attention Google Chrome browser users. You will now be able to save some of your internet data usage with the new Data Saver extension. The Data Saver extension which is currently in the beta form works in the same way as it does on Chrome’s Android and iOS browsers. While the reduce data usage feature is in-built on the mobile versions of Chrome, the extension for PC has to be installed separately. Google’s data compression proxy works in the following manner. When you send a request for a...
Mar
27
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by Jason Estibeiro at 6:04 AM
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Although, Google’s Chrome browser is the most preferred browser courtesy its great development tools but it is undeniable that there are certain palpable issues with it. One of such issues is the lagged scrolling offered by Chrome. It is no secret that Chrome has the most scrolling issues as compared to its counterparts Firefox, Safari etc. However, the good news is that Chrome has finally decided to address this scrolling issue for both mouse scrolling and touch scrolling across all...
Mar
26
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by Jason Estibeiro at 9:52 PM
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Almost a month after launching the ZTE N919D smartphone in India, telecommunications multinational ZTE Corporation has now unveiled two phablets in their homeland China. The two Nubia series phablets, ZTE Nubia Z9 Max and ZTE Nubia Z9 Mini were launched as successor to Nubia Z7 Max and Nubia Z7 Mini respectively. Both the phablets have the Android Lollipop OS. Let us have a look...
Mar
26
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by Dhananjay Harkare at 4:54 PM
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Rio Mobiles jumped into the Indian smartphone market launching three budget devices running Android OS. Named as Rio London, Rio Paris and Rio New York, all three smartphones would be available online on Snapdeal.com. Snapdeal announced its partnership with New Delhi-based Rio Mobiles offering Android smartphones. Adnan Kidwai, director of Rio said that the phones are characterized by style and simplicity combining functionality with high performance. He also hoped that the company would...
Mar
26
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by Chirayu Samarth at 9:35 AM
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After launching two new Windows-based hybrid tablet PCs, iBall Slide WQ149i and Slide WQ149R, the Indian mobile manufacturer has launched a new Wi-Fi only tablet- Slide Q40i. The company confirmed the release of tablet across all the retail stores in India but there is no news on the online availability of the device. The tablet is priced at INR 4,999. The company claims that the Slide Q40i comes with amazing five benefit features right from the power of quad-core processor to the...
Mar
26
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by Jason Estibeiro at 6:42 AM
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Leap Motion is a company that has a proprietary technology associated with it that can track in-air movement of all 10 fingers with great accuracy and the platform supports PC and virtual-reality based experiences. Meanwhile, Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) is a standard for Virtual Reality (VR) input devices with their main focus on VR-gaming. It was announced via a press release that both OSVR and Leap Motion are together going to bring the first VR headset that has natural motion...