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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 »

US House approves new privacy protections for email and the cloud

The U.S. House of Representatives approved on Monday the Email Privacy Act, which would require law enforcement agencies to get court-ordered warrants to search email and other data stored with third parties for longer than six months. The House approved the bill by voice vote, and it now goes the Senate for consideration. The Email Privacy Act would update a 31-year-old law ... Read More »

Overwatch’s console players are getting wrecked by keyboard and mouse users

Some gamers are using a keyboard and mouse (KBM) instead of controllers to play Overwatch on consoles, and Blizzard isn’t happy about it whatsoever. “The Overwatch team objects to the use of mouse and keyboard on console,” game director Jeff Kaplan said on the Battle.net forums, as first spotted by PC Gamer. “We have contacted both first-party console manufacturers and ... Read More »

This week in games: Morrowind comes to Elder Scrolls Online, Lego invades Arma 3, and more

February already, eh? This week we’ve got a bunch of successful Kickstarter campaigns, the first Stellaris expansion, Lego modded into Arma 3, the impending death of Denuvo, and Elder Scrolls Online pulling out the nuclear option: A Morrowindexpansion. It’s gaming news for January 30 through February 3. Weekend downtime Need something to play this weekend? You’ve got a few free ... Read More »

Google Maps now has a bottom bar for real-time traffic and transit info

Google Maps is becoming more and more driving-friendly with latest updates. Lately we told you about some updates that brought parking availability on Android and Popular Times’ evolution into real-time data on iOS. But now this information will be even more accessible for you – Google is placing the Transit and Traffic buttons on a bottom bar, instead of the ... Read More »

Rise and prevalence of Cancer in India

Rise and prevalence of Cancer in India (Thinkstock photos/Getty Images) Based on the data between 2010 and 2012, it is suggested that at some point during their lifetime approximately 39.6 per cent of women and men will be diagnosed with cancer. In India, it is estimated that 14.5 lakh people are living with the disease, with over 7 lakh new ... Read More »

Gmail is dumping Windows XP and Vista, now what?

Life isn’t getting any easier for holdouts on Windows XP and Vista. Google recently announced that Gmail would stop supporting Chrome version 53 and lower by the end of 2017. The move specifically impacts XP and Vista since Google capped support for both of those systems at Chrome v49. So what does this all mean for XP and Vista users? ... Read More »

T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+ are now receiving January security patch

T-Mobile has started rolling out a new update to Samsung Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+ units on its network. They are about 60MB in size and bring the Android security fixes for January. In addition, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge on T-Mobile are also said to be getting the patch, although the carrier is yet ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 availability and prices leaked

Samsung postponed its Galaxy S8 launch and thus left more time for rumors to thrive. According to latest leaks from an industry insider, the Galaxy S8 will come with camera with Dual ADC, which should in theory enable better color depth. The same insider also revealed availability and prices for the device. Follow 萌萌的电教 @mmddj_china S8’s CMOS may support Dual ... Read More »

Protein can cut progression of both inflammatory bowel disease and colon cancer: Study

Protein can cut progression of both inflammatory bowel disease and colon cancer (Thinkstock photos/Getty Images) A new study finds that altering the shape of a protein can significantly reduce the progression of inflammatory bowel disease and colon cancer. According to researchers, modifying the shape of IRAK-M, a protein that controls inflammation, can significantly reduce the clinical progression of both diseases ... Read More »