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India to launch a spy and nine foreign satellites December 09, 2019 14:29

Indian space agency says that India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket would launch RISAT-2BR1 the country’s latest spy satellite and nine foreign satellites on December 11.The rocket numbered as PSLV-C48 will lift off at…

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Big Technology Can Reverse Climate Change, Here’s How October 24, 2019 13:02

If you are not living under a rock, it is possible that you know the levels of risks that our Earth is subjected to. With the polar ends melting and the constant rise in the…

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7 Unusual Ways Technology Is Making Us Less Human October 14, 2019 14:08

Technology has become an integral part in our lives and there’s nothing we can do about it. With so many available options from the smartphones to the laptops, we are either hooked or need constant…

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Supermassive Black Holes Sprung from Mysterious ‘Seeds’ September 26, 2019 15:33

The heaviest black holes in the vast garden of the universe that grew from seeds increased in size and heft to form the centers of the galaxies after getting nourished by the gas and dust…

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Technical Skills in Highest Demand Globally: Infosys Study September 13, 2019 15:06

Analytics, user experience, automation, IT architecture, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are some of the technical skills that are in the greatest demand today, new research from Indian IT company Infosys revealed Thursday. For the study,…

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American Scientists Full of Beans Ahead of Chandrayaan-2 Landing September 06, 2019 14:04

The United States space scientists are all eyes and ears on India’s lunar mission Chandrayaan-2's historic landing on the moon in the early hours of Saturday.The landing module of Chandrayaan-2 will begin its final descent…

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People Can Work 12 Hours a Week with Artificial Intelligence: Jack Ma August 30, 2019 13:10

Chinese business magnate and billionaire Jack Ma on Thursday said that people should be able to work just 12 hours a week with the help of artificial intelligence. He is known for arguing in favor…

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Newly Designed Wearable Device to Help Elderly During Falls August 13, 2019 15:14

A research team, including an Indian origin, have designed a new wearable system to remotely monitor the elderly and provide quick first-aid when needed. This new wearable system can provide relief to the elderly who…

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Mukesh Ambani Announces Jio Fiber Launch August 12, 2019 18:46

Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani on Monday made a major announcement of the commercial launch of Jio Giga Fiber, starting from September 5. The announcement was made during his address at 42nd annual general meeting…

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Scientists Create Gold a Million Times Thinner Than Fingernail August 08, 2019 15:43

The scientists have designed the world’s thinnest gold ever created which is just one million times leaner than a human fingernail or just two atoms thick. The thickness of the gold is 0.47 nanometers, according…

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Soon You May Track Your Blood Pressure with a Video Selfie August 07, 2019 14:17

Did you ever think you could one day monitor Blood Pressure (BP) as easily as taking a video selfie? Interestingly, researchers, including an Indian origin, have tested a technology known as transdermal optical imaging that…

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Artificial Intelligence May Help Air Travelers Save Money: Researchers August 03, 2019 13:56

Researchers, including an Indian origin at the University of Illinois, are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help airlines price services such as seat reservations and checked bags in a way that is advantageous to customers,…

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