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Verizon jacks phone upgrade fees from $20 up to $30

If there’s one thing Verizon loves to do, it’s bouncing around the cost of its smartphone upgrade fee. After Verizon introducing a $20 upgrade fee in April 2016, it’s now raising the cost even further. Whenever you swap out your existing phone—whether through a straight-up purchase or a monthly payment plan with the carrier—Verizon adds $30 to your bill. Verizon will refund ... Read More »

CBSE Board exams 2017 delayed due to assembly polls: Class 10, class 12 exams to now begin from March 9

The Class 10 and Class 12 Boards exams will begin from March 9. CBSE Board exams 2017 delayed due to assembly polls: Class 10, class 12 exams to now begin from March 9 RELATED STORIES CBSE Class 12 History sample paper, 2017 CAT Results 2016 declared: Here’s how to take admission in IIMs CAT Results 2016: Declared at iimcat.ac.in BSSC ... Read More »

Thieves swipe two of Razer’s mind-blowing PC hardware prototypes from the CES floor

Razer had a strong showing at CES 2017 with two particularly interesting PC prototypes: Projects Valerie and Ariana. Unfortunately, at least one person—possibly more—was a little too interested in Razer’s activity at CES. Company CEO Min-Liang Tan announced on Facebook Monday morning that two of Razer’s prototypes were stolen from the company’s CES booth. Further reading: The weird, wild, and ... Read More »

Now anaemia can protect your kids from malaria

ANI | Jan 7, 2017, 02.30 PM IST Now anaemia can protect your kids from malaria (Representative photo) Good news for parents, if your kids are anaemic! As a new study finds that anaemia may protect your kids against malaria. The study further said that treating kids with anaemia with iron supplementation may remove this protective effect of Iron deficiency. ... Read More »

UP Board Exams 2017: Likely to start from March 16

This year, a total of 26,24,681 students have registered for Class 12 exams and 34,04,571 will sit for Class 10 exams UP Board exams likely to begin from March 16 RELATED STORIES Younger IITs record a whooping increase in average salaries this season BPS must have representation at policy making for education: NISA PGIMER to host ‘Innovation in Biomedical Instruments ... Read More »

IIT Bombay to accept Rs 8 crore from 1991 batch

The legacy project was set up by the 1991 batch to benefit the institute and the stakeholders associated with the institute. IIT Bombay RELATED STORIES Student Islamic Organisation writes to MCI to conduct NEET in Urdu IIT-Madras websites get hacked, pro-Pak message displayed: Shocking! Delhi records rise in number of students Smriti Irani lays foundation stone of NIFT Panchkula Centre ... Read More »

Encroachment at public place: Gujarat HC seeks explanation from AUDA

The petitioner, Shailesh Maheshwari, argued that Nirma Vidyavihar primary school, in violation of agreement norms, had carried out illegal construction over a piece of land adjoining the school building which was designated as a park and playground for the locals in Bodakdev locality. Gujarat High Court RELATED STORIES President to inaugurate Indian History Congress in Kerala India in need of ... Read More »

Exclusion of Odia from NEET is state govt’s failure towards Odisha students: Petroleum Minister

“In the larger interest of the students of the state I request you to reconsider the decision and provide an additional option to the students to appear in either English or Odia in the NEET examination,” Pradhan said in a letter to the Union Health and Family Welfare Minister J P Nadda Odia had been excluded even as Assamese, Bengali, ... Read More »

Radiation from mobile towers not harmful: TRAI

TNN | Dec 22, 2016, 11.22 AM IST Radiation from mobile towers not harmful: TRAI Allaying fears of radiation from mobile towers, a senior Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) official on Wednesday said that the harmful effects of electromagnetic field radiation had not been proved. At a customer outreachprogramme , Sunil Bajpai, principal adviser to TRAI, said people were ... Read More »

Hacker,allegedly,stole,logins,from,a,US,election,agency

A Russian-speaking hacker has been found selling stolen login credentials for a U.S. agency that tests and certifies voting equipment, according to a security firm. The hacker was attempting to sell more than 100 allegedly compromised login credentials belonging to the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC), the security firm Record Future said in a Thursday blog post. The company said ... Read More »