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    Desirable Tech Gadgets for spring

    Spring is here and it is time to bring some fresh tech into your home and treat yourself to an upgrade. These high-tech gadgets will help you get out of the office, explore the world and get some exercise before the hot summer months begin. So it’s time to refresh your go-to gadgets and impress your friends with some new tech that is blossoming to save time and, of course, put a

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    The car ‘connect’…

    With ‘connected’ vehicles being the new buzzword, is India ready to embrace this new technology? Experts analyse  (more…)

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    CBSE boards: Mobile apps to nail the exam

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Boards are going on and students must be in the mid of writing exams. The Class 10 board examination will begin from March 9 and will continue till April 10, while Class 12 boards will continue till April 29. Although after attending regular classes in school as well as coaching centres, students must have brushed up their preparations, an extra revision never goes in vain.

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    Domestic gadgets to reduce water usage

    Shower heads to taps, flush reducers to bathwater diverters; we pick out the best household items for water-saving on a day-to-day basis.

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    Google’s AI system spots breast cancer

    New York: US tech giant Google has announced that using artificial intelligence to identify breast cancer has borne fruitful results. Google used a flavour of Artificial Intelligence called deep learning to analyse thousands of slides of cancer cells provided by a Dutch university. According to CNN, deep learning is where computers are taught to recognise patterns in huge data sets. It’s very useful for visual tasks, such as looking at a breast

  • It’s A ‘massive’ capture for NASA’s Hubble

    Washington : The Hubble space telescope has captured an image to showcase an incredible massive galaxy, UGC 12591, that lies just under 400 million light-years away from the Earth. The galaxy and its halo together contain several hundred billion times the mass of the Sun – four times the mass of the Milky Way, said NASA.