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Monthly Archives: June, 2018

Facebook Eases Ban on Cryptocurrency Related Ads

Facebook said on Tuesday that it is taking steps to ease a January policy banning financial products and services associated with cryptocurrency. Rob Leathern, Product...

Instagram Rolls out New App Updates

Facebook-owned Instagram has rolled out its new updates, including a video chat option, "topic channels" in the "Explore" section and new camera effects for...

Apple Launches its Free Schoolwork App For Teachers

Apple has launched its free Schoolwork app for teachers, making it easier for them to create assignments, collaborate one-on-one with students, and understand students'...

Qualcomm To Announce A New Chip Especially For Kids’ Smartwatches

Global chipmaker Qualcomm is likely to announce a new chip called "Snapdragon Wear 2500" that is especially designed for kids' smartwatches. The new chip would...

Coal Shortage: The National Capital May Face A Blackout

The National Capital Region may face a blackout as the coal reserves with the Delhi government were only for a-day-and-a-half, said Power Minister Satyendar...

Former US Defense Official Questions Google’s Morality

A former top U.S. Defense Department official is questioning the morality of Google’s decision not to renew a partnership with the Pentagon. "I believe the...

Barbie Ventures Into Coding Skills To Encourage Girls to Learn Coding Skills

Barbie, the world's most iconic doll, is venturing into coding skills in her latest career as a robotics engineer. The new doll, launched Tuesday, aims...

U.N. Reports Global Cocaine, Opium Production At Heights

A U.N. report warns the global production of cocaine and opium has reached record-breaking levels as the markets for those and other illicit drugs...

To Treat Brain Cancer Scientists Taking Polio’s Help

There's an exciting new breakthrough in treating some types of deadly brain tumors, that uses, of all things, a polio virus. Doctors at Duke...

A Japanese Space Explorer Arrives At An Asteroid

A Japanese space explorer arrived at an asteroid Wednesday after a 3 1/2-year journey and now begins its real work of trying to blow...

Blockchain Holds Promise Of Strengthening Financial Services Sector

With digitisation transforming the financial services sector in terms of speeding up transactions and fraud detection, the Blockchain technology holds enormous promise of further...

Mallika Sherawat Wants To Be The Voice Of Women Who Don’t Have One

Mallika Sherawat is bold, fearless and outspoken. The actress, who works closely with an organisation that fights against human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation...

This Pill Could end Daily Insulin Jabs For Diabetics

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a 'holy grail' of insulin in a pill that could help diabetics keep their blood sugar levels...

Piano Lessons Make Children Smarter, Claims New Study

If your kid is slow in language skills, then sending him or her for piano lessons can improve word discrimination as well as language...

Why Cancer Rates Are Higher in Flight Attendants?

Due to regular exposure to carcinogens, disrupted sleep cycles and possible chemical contaminants, flight attendants may be at a higher risk of developing several...

Testosterone Level Determined by Environment During Childhood, Says Study

Men who grew up in challenging conditions like prevalence of infectious diseases or poor nutrition may have lower levels of testosterone -- male sex...

This Biodegradable Plaster can Treat Your Mouth Ulcers

Scientists have developed a novel biodegradable patch that acts as a plaster and sticks inside the mouth, thus helping in the treatment of oral...

What Causes Alcohol Addiction?

Molecular mechanisms including lower levels of a protein in the brain may be the reason why addicts choose alcohol over an alternative reward, finds...

Samsung May Ditch iris Scanner For Galaxy S10

Samsung could do away with iris scanning in the Galaxy S10, only two years after debuting it with the Galaxy Note 7, the media...

Quick Heal: Cryptojacking Emerging as Alternative to Ransomware

With more than three million hits globally in the first five months of this year, cryptojacking, a form of cyber-attack in which hackers hijack...

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Facebook, Instagram to Encourage Users to Wear Face Masks in US

Both Facebook and Instagram will now show an alert on top of the News Feed to encourage users to wear face masks in the...

DIY Tools, Products See a 90% Sale Rise

Indians seem to be completing minor home repairs themselves as they limit outsider entry into their interior spaces, as an e-commerce platform sees fast...

Everything You Need to Know About Pro-Touring

If you hang around car enthusiasts for long enough, there are certain words you become familiar with. Now, being familiar with a word doesn't...

Skincare Essentials Everyone Should Have This Monsoon

Monsoon takes a toll on your skin and hair. Frizzy hair, lackluster skin, and chapped lips are all a result of the humidity. Whether...