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These are top gaming smartphones under Rs 15,000 from Xiaomi, Realme, Samsung and Vivo

Realme’s brand new Narzo series are being marketed as budget gaming smartphones. These are said to feature the MediaTek Helio G80 gaming processors and are also touted for the cameras and battery performance. But as it has been the case since years, the sub-Rs 15,000 market has been one of the most competitive ones. And naturally, the Narzo series face ... Read More »

What are the most common health issues in middle-aged women?

In India, this is approximately three years more than the men. (Representational Image) Access to health care in India, especially for women, depends on various factors, such as socioeconomic status, education, caste, religion, geography, urban/rural areas of residence and cultural aspects. Middle age is often defined as the period of life between the ages of 45 to 60 years when ... Read More »

These are the 8 coolest gadgets, cars, and concepts we saw at the biggest tech event of the year

Each year, thousands of companies from all over the world gather in Las Vegas for CES, a tech industry trade show that’s been around since 1967. CES isn’t where you should expect to find the newest gadgets you’ll be able to get your hands on in the coming year. Rather, it provides a broad view of where the world’s biggest ... Read More »

How Healthcare Mobile Apps are Making Healthcare More Accessible

With digital transformation, comes a revolutionized approach to the healthcare sector and helps the patients to have a better understanding of the subject health and the various medical services provided by the hospitals. In a country like India with a huge population and considerably fewer medical healthcare professionals, it is essential to have a robust system which allows doctors to ... Read More »

5 Ways Tech Could Keep Us Living Longer: Health Innovations The Rich Are Investing In

As technological innovations in healthcare advance, the human race edges ever closer to the dream of eternal youth. But some people want to get there faster than others, and if you’re a billionaire with money to burn – then why would you not make use of your vast fortunes to achieve the goal of unearthing that mystical fountain of youth? ... Read More »

Google Stadia: Here are all the games coming to Google’s gaming service

Months after first launching its gaming service – Google Stadia – on stage Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019 in San Francisco, Google on June 6 finally unveiled key details about the service. At the time of the launch, Google had announced that Stadia, the gaming service that would be powered by the company’s data centres, would be available in select ... Read More »

Grilled Paneer Is The Perfect Appetiser If You Are On A Healthy Diet

The recent wave of healthful living has embroiled most of us and swaying us towards a healthier living. There are many diets that are making news these days for their immediate slimming results. These diets may work but are difficult to stick to amid busy schedules and can also make your pockets lighter. Fitness can be easily achieved by making ... Read More »

Zombies are coming to PUBG MOBILE stable version by February 19

If PUBG MOBILE is a routine part of your life, then you must have heard about the highly-anticipated zombie mode. For months, fans of PUBG MOBILE have been eagerly looking forward to going zombie-hunting in the game. However, the PC version received the update long before the zombie mode came to the beta version of PUBG MOBILE. In fact, it has almost ... Read More »

Don’t skip the carbs, Paleo diets are not as healthy as you think

Middle-aged people who get roughly half their daily calories from carbohydrates live several years longer on average than those with meat-heavy low-carb diets, researchers reported Friday. The findings, published in The Lancet medical journal, challenge a trend in Europe and North America toward so-called Paleo diets that shun carbohydrates in favour of animal protein and fat. Proponents of these ‘Stone ... Read More »

Surprisingly teetotallers, like big drinkers, are more prone to dementia

People who have sworn off alcohol for decades or longer run a higher risk of dementia late in life than moderate drinkers, according to a study published Wednesday. Long-term teetotallers were roughly 50% more likely to suffer Alzheimers or another form of neurodegenerative disease, scientists reported in the BMJ, a medical journal. With heavy drinking, however, dementia became even more ... Read More »