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The new Motorola Moto G (3rd gen): First impressions review

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The new Motorola Moto G (3rd gen): First impressions review

Putting a rest to rumours, Motorola finally introduced a new smartphone at its event on July 28 in New Delhi. While the company was expected to unveil a couple of devices, but it showed off only one d...


Project Loon: Google to provide free WiFi through Internet balloons across Sri Lanka by 2016

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Project Loon: Google to provide free WiFi through Internet balloons across Sri Lanka by 2016

Colombo: Free Wi-Fi connections will be available across Sri Lanka by March 2016 under an agreement the government signed on Tuesday with multinational technology company Google, a media report said....

New WiFi chip by NASA could extend your device's battery life

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New WiFi chip by NASA could extend your device's battery life

New York: A NASA researcher has developed a WiFi chip for wireless phones, computers and wearable devices that uses 100 times less power than traditional receivers. The chip developed by Adrian Tang,...

Soon, you will be able to watch up to 6K HD videos from ISS

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Soon, you will be able to watch up to 6K HD videos from ISS

Washington: NASA scientists have delivered a new camera, called Red Epic Dragon, which is capable of shooting at resolutions ranging from conventional high-definition television (HDTV) up to 6K, speci...

Kalam's Twitter account to remain active

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Kalam's Twitter account to remain active

Kolkata: Although former President A P J Abdul Kalam is no more, but his Twitter account will continue to be active in a new form. A team of his close associates has decided to run his official Twitt...

Windows 10: Here's all that you need to know about the next Microsoft OS launching tomorrow

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Windows 10: Here's all that you need to know about the next Microsoft OS launching tomorrow

San Francisco: Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system debuts Wednesday, as the longtime leader in PC software struggles to carve out a new role in a world where people increasingly rely on smartp...

New type of superfast light device could power future computers

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New type of superfast light device could power future computers

Washington: An ultra-fast light-emitting device that can flip on-and- off 90 billion times a second and could form the basis of optical computing has been developed. At its most basic level, your sma...