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Cannabis Use May Reduce Your Creativity: Study

Calculate: Your Monthly Expenses At 60 (Big decisions) EMAIL PRINT 2COMMENTS Photo for representational purpose. Regular use of cannabis may impair your ability to think creatively and make you less aware of own mistakes, according to a new study that disproves the widespread belief that these drugs enhance creativity. Mikael Kowal, psychologist at Leiden University in the Netherlands conducted experiments ... Read More »

Hands on with Google Home: Your Google universe in a home-appliance wrapper

It’s impossible to discuss Google Home in a vacuum. It’s a direct, blatant, so-obvious-it-hurts competitor to the Amazon Echo—and if you spend just a few minutes with it, you may come away feeling it’s got the Echo’s number. Like the Echo, Google Home can start playing music with simple voice prompts. But itsounds better than the Echo, with much deeper ... Read More »

Friendly Colleagues May Boost Your Health, Says Study

MELBOURNE: Not just the right job, but the relationships with colleagues and the social groups we form at the workplace may be linked to better health and lower burnout, new research has found. Previous studies on the relationships between people and their workplaces focus on issues of satisfaction, motivation, and performance, but much less on health and well-being. While many ... Read More »

How the new age of antivirus software will protect your PC

Antivirus software ain’t what it used to be. The sneaky, sophisticated security threats your PC faces now have gone far beyond what traditional software can do. The future of protecting your PC will require a multi-pronged approach involving vigilant updates, bug bounties, and artificial intelligence. Like any software, antivirus is susceptible to bugs. Earlier this summer, Google’s Project Zero discovered serious ... Read More »

The best online backup service for securely encrypting your data

Many people resist backing up their data to an online backup service like MozyHome, Carbonite, or Backblaze because they worry their data will be poked through by company employees, hijacked by criminals, or provided to law enforcement or government agents without due process. The sanctity of your data boils down to whether the encryption key used to scramble your data can ... Read More »

Recover your lossing data with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard

Losing our priceless and crucial data or files has no comparison. Only the people who lost the files know the importance of the files. Some days back, the situation was that, once the file has been deleted, it would not be retrieved. But now, the vogue has been changed. Now, the software supports a lot to gratify the demands of ... Read More »

10 tips to get the most from your Samsung Galaxy Note 7

It’s got everything but the kitchen sink The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is jam packed with just about every feature it’s possible to fit in a smartphone, but it comes with a high price. The last thing you want to do is drop all that cash on a Note 7 and not take full advantage of all the cool stuff ... Read More »

How to control your privacy in Chromebooks vs. Windows 10

Both Chrome OS and Windows 10 help themselves to similar usage data by default, but in different ways. COMMENTS Jared Newman | @onejarednewman PCWorld Sep 6, 2016 3:00 AM When it comes to privacy, both Google’s Chrome OS and Microsoft’s Windows 10 take an “opt-out” stance. By default, both platforms collect a variety of data about your usage, but the ... Read More »

Vivek Choudhary bags first position in CS 2016

The results of the Company Secretaries (CS) executive programme (old and new syllabus) were declared by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) on Thursday. Vivek Choudhary, a 21-year-old student, has bagged the first position in the examination with flying colours. ‘There was nothing planned’ “The feeling of seeing the word ‘Pass’ on the mark sheet is a very ... Read More »

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Google giveth, and then it taketh away. The latest casualty to undergo the Mountain View culling is the Device Assist app, which was built to offer quick tips, troubleshooting suggestions, and quick access to Google support. Now when you fire up the app you’ll see a notice that it’s going away under the Detected Issues section. Touch the card and ... Read More »