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Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro and C7 Pro reportedly delayed to January

The Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro and Galaxy C7 Pro were supposed to launch this month, but now the same source claims that there has been a delay and the launch was pushed back to January next year. We’ve spotted the C7 Pro in a couple of benchmarks and from what we’ve gleaned from them, it seems that the Pros will ... Read More »

This week in games: Battlefield 1 gets a Grenade Crossbow and someone builds an Atari 2600 in Minecraft

MORE LIKE THIS The 15 most exciting PC games still coming in 2016 This week in games: Free Titanfall 2 weekend, Star Wars Battlefront meets… This week in games: Diablo 4 whispers, Civilization VI launch VIDEO How to Block Ads in Windows 10 That’s it. We’re done. Dead Rising 4 released this week, and that’s (as far as I can ... Read More »

Microsoft’s vision for LinkedIn is about tying its business data into Office and other services

Now that Microsoft’s massive $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn has officially closed, it’s time for the next step: figuring out how its massive store of business information can best be used by Microsoft and its customers. Building upon the company’s integration plan outlined earlier this year, Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella laid out a set of plans for short-term integration with LinkedIn (in ... Read More »

AMD strengthens gaming and VR on Linux with graphics improvements

Windows is the indisputable platform of choice for gaming and VR, but Linux is catching up fast as graphics companies ramp up driver and hardware support for the OS. AMD is showing more love for Linux than ever before. The company on Thursday announced some hardware and driver updates that will strengthen gaming and VR on the OS. The biggest ... Read More »

Manish Sisodia disciplines education directors for negligence and lying

Irked by their lies and negligence, the minister reportedly lashed out at the officials and further pointed out that the schools were neither properly cleaned nor were the computer labs ideally used the way it should have been. Manish Sisodia RELATED STORIES Samsung R and D: Highest recruiter at NID Ahmedabad placement week Educational institutions should take global ranking process ... Read More »

Google is finally testing separate Apps and Games sections in the Play Store

One of the more baffling design choices that Google’s made a long time ago in its Play Store for Android has to do with the fact that apps and games are grouped together in one section, under the Apps & games heading. This obviously doesn’t make a lot of sense, since besides the fact that both categories consist of software ... Read More »

Huawei P9 and Mate 8 start receiving Nougat update

If you recall, earlier this month, Huawei officially announced its Nougat update plans, revealing that the Mate 8 and P9 will be the first devices getting the update, something which the company said will happen in Q1, 2017. However, a recent rumor suggested that the update will be pushed out – at-least to the units in China – on December ... Read More »

5 emotions and which body part they affect!

NEXT SLIDESHOW 5 emotions and which body part they affect! TNN | December 05, 2016 1/6Which emotion affects which body part 0 The connection between our minds and bodies is often treated as make believe and mired in controversies. Many researchers have tried establishing the relationship and a study in Finland conducted five experiments with over 700 participants and established ... Read More »

Going on and off diets may make you gain weight

Going on and off diets may make you gain weight (Thinkstock Photos/Getty Images) According to a study, repeated dieting may cause weight gaininstead of shedding extra pounds. This is due to the reason that brain interprets the diets as short famines, hence, urges to store fat for future food shortages. “Surprisingly, our model predicts that the average weight gain for ... Read More »

Cancer cases increase by 33% between 2005 and 2015: Study

Cancer cases increase by 33% between 2005 and 2015: Study (Thinkstock photos/Getty Images) US researchers have found that between 2005 and 2015, cancer cases increased by 33 percent, mostly due to population aging and growth plus changes in age-specific cancer rates. According to a new report from the Global Burden of Disease Cancer Collaboration published online by JAMA Oncology, there ... Read More »