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Here are top 7 gadgets that will be available this year

PHOTO: APPLE With big gains being made in the VR world, talks of self-driving cars, solar roofs and the anticipation of the illustrious iPhone 8, 2017 seems to be the year where the Tech industry enters its groove. Certainly does seem like exciting times ahead for the Tech world, so we have taken this opportunity to compile a list of ... Read More »

Windows Store to Get iTunes; Fedora, SUSE Linux, and Ubuntu Are Coming as Well

HIGHLIGHTS Ubuntu is already available on Windows Store iTunes is coming soon Fedora and SUSE Lunux will arrive eventually Microsoft’s Build conference is underway, and the company is announcing a bunch of interesting things. Microsoft highlighted all the big features that are arriving with the Windows 10 Creators Update in the fall. One fresh big announcement includes the addition of ... Read More »

Are ‘Social Media’ Companies Dead?

“Websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking” is your boilerplate definition of social media. When somebody says it, you likely think of Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram or another platform. Yet, is “social media” becoming a useless connotation that misrepresents what these companies actually are? Despite an understandable hesitation about embracing ... Read More »

Teenagers are taking breaks from social media but are you

We’ve been led to believe that teens are always on their phones or glued to some sort of screen. But a study out Thursday shows that teenagers are better at monitoring their online lives than we thought. An Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey looked at how often and why teens step away from social media sites and ... Read More »

Technology is great, but are we prepared for the consequences

Our dependence on these gadgets has dramatically changed how we communicate and interact, and is slowly eroding some of our core principles, said Michael Bugeja, professor and director of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University. Bugeja is not advocating against technology — in fact, he relies on it for his work and personal life — ... Read More »

From guns that shoot around corners to mini spy-drones: The James Bond-style gadgets that are REAL that Q never dreamt of

Mini drones, invisibility cloaks and guns that shoot around corners may sound like gadgets used by James Bond in the 007 films – but, they are among many devices now found in the real world. With the world’s military totaling more than $1.6 trillion dollars, futuristic weapons far beyond what ‘Q’ could have ever imagined are under development in the labs, ... Read More »

Are you going wrong with your cheat meal?

6/13Dark chocolate 0 Yes. It’s allowed. Melt some and pour on fruits like strawberries and bananas, and everything about this diet plan will seem godly. (Image Courtesy: Thinkstock) 7/13Pasta and Pizza 0 If you are an Italian-food addict, whole wheat pastas and pizza bases are available. You can make them at home as well. Load these with veggies, chicken, fish ... Read More »

How defective brain cells are spreading Alzheimer’s

How defective brain cells are spreading Alzheimer’s Neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s may be linked to defective brain cells disposing toxic proteins, making neighbouring cells sick, scientists say. The findings showed that although healthy neurons should be able to sort out and rid brain cells of toxic proteins and damaged cell structures, they are unable to do so always. ... Read More »

Why are the posts of special educators remain vacant?

“We (Delhi government) have sent requisition to Delhi Subordinate Service Selection Board for filling up of 432 regular special education teacher,” the Delhi government informed the high court 432 out of 927 special educators posts are vacant in government schools in Delhi RELATED STORIES IIT-Kharagpur to establish country’s first Quality and Reliability school IITs to come under Single Engineering Entrance ... Read More »

Japan and Punjab University organised seminar: Indian students are welcomed in Japan

At the event, Daisue Kodama, First Secretary of Embassy of Japan in New Delhi, spoke of how Japan’s universities are quite welcoming and friendly towards international students and shows welcoming spirit especially to Indian diasporas. Image Source: The University Of Japan RELATED STORIES President to give best university award to JNU Delhi: Official suspended for misrepresentation of facts about school ... Read More »