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Aug
08
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by Ankita Katdare at 1:26 PM
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Garmin, the global manufacturer of Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers has launched its own fitness band in India with Garmin VivoFit. Say hello to the new wearable gadget in India that acts as your personal health tracker. The VivoFit band monitors every step and every pulse of the wearer as well as every calorie consumed throughout the day. After recording the user's daily activities, the band suggests daily personal goals for the user such as the appropriate or advised calorie intake...
Aug
07
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by Ankita Katdare at 2:25 PM
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ASUS has launched their own version of the Google Chromebox in India with ASUS Chromebox CN60, the mini Chrome OS computer in 3 variants - Intel Core i7, Intel Core i3 and Intel Celeron processor. Featuring easy out-of-the-box setup, integrated virus and malware protection and feature-enhancing updates, just like other chromeboxes and chromebooks, the ASUS Chromebox boots up in seconds, but has a very limited space when it comes to storage. Coming with a Intel HD Graphics 4000/4400 processor,...
Aug
07
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by Sharvari Panchbhai at 11:58 AM
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Leigh Purnell, a graduate from Aston University has developed a compact external phone charger called Petalite Flux battery that can be used to charge your smartphones, tablets, iPod or any other gadgets, anywhere. Isn't this great? No more need to carry wired charger with you and to search for sockets for charging your gadgets. Petalite Flux can charge itself from 0% to 100% in just 15 minutes. And after charging the power bank, you can carry the device which is small enough to fit in your...
Aug
06
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 5:21 PM
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The wait is finally over, Microsoft’s next gen console; the Xbox One arrives in India on 23rd September 2014. Amazon (India) has made the announcement on its website and has begun accepting orders from the public. The e-retailer is selling the console in two variants. The...
Aug
06
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by Sharvari Panchbhai at 3:24 PM
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With a perspective of providing no-power connectivity to ‘internet of things’ devices, a research team at University of Washington has developed a power-efficient technology called Wi-Fi Backscatter that will enable the battery-free devices to connect to Wi-Fi infrastructure. This technology provides internet connectivity to battery-free prototype devices by using radio frequency signals as a source of power. The new, ubiquitous communication system reuses present Wi-Fi infrastructure in order...
Aug
05
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by Ankita Katdare at 3:39 PM
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Fiat India Automobiles Limited has unveiled their all new premium hatchback in India with Fiat Punto Evo at a launch event in Delhi, India. Coming in four engine variants with two in diesel and two in petrol, the Fiat Punto Evo is priced between Rs. 4.55 lakh to Rs. 7.2 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The two options under petrol engine are a 1.2 litre and the other 1.4 litre, that produce 67 BHP and 89 BHP respectively. The petrol version of the new Punto Evo features F.I.R.E. or Fully Integrated...
Aug
05
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 12:10 PM
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A lot of people tend to forget taking their pills when they are on long term medication. Those who suffer from chronic pain need to take pills at regular intervals and may suffer side effects. To address this problem, researchers at MIT have developed a new type of drug delivery system that can deliver the chemicals to specific parts of the body and for a sustained periods of time. The findings of their work was published in the Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences.

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Aug
05
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by Ankita Katdare at 12:08 PM
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If you are a biology enthusiast and love exploring the nature around you with your own custom built microscope, the solution from the students at Missouri University of Science and Technology is something to capture your interest. With the use of hardware worth $10 and a smartphone, you can build your own microscopes for your school's biology lab or your mini projects at home. The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Microscope was built using nuts, wing nuts, washers, plywood and carriage bolts. Other things...
Aug
04
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 8:40 PM
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A team of researchers at University of Sheffield have found cheaper and efficient means of trapping solar energy with help of perovskite and spray painting fabrication process. The team of researchers led by Professor David Lidzey used perovskite, a crystalline organometal made mostly of calcium titanate to make these proof-of-concept solar cells. They chose the material for two reasons, first of all perovskite is much cheaper to obtain and use as compared to silicon which is used to make...
Aug
04
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 10:38 AM
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Nothing comes closer to the feeling of happiness and excitement when your Internet connection works at the speeds your ISP promised. We all absolutely love ultra-high speed Internet and we'll now have to thank the researchers at the Technical University of Denmark for achieving a new world record in data transmission. The High-Speed Optical Communications team from DTU Fotonik demonstrated that they could transfer data at the rate of 43 terabits per second using a single laser transmitter....