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Facebook bestows four-month paternity leave for new dads


All the soon to be daddies are accorded with a soothing news which states that the four-month paid paternal leave policy for US employees has been extended to all full-time Facebook employee. As recently, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg planned to go on two-months’ paternity leave before his daughter is due was noticed by the corporate, so this policy was proposed. ...

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New touchscreen material to wave off charging daily


Anew and innovative type of touchscreen material has been designed by the British scientists that works efficiently at minimum power, requires a little power to illuminate, with vivid colours and high visibility in direct sunlight. In order to see if their new material of creating a touchscreen can replace current LCD touchscreens over the next few years, the team of ...

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Google doodles the birth anniversary of India’s Milk man

Milk man

Google on Thursday made a doodle for honouring ‘Father of white revolution’ Verghese Kurien on his 94th birth anniversary. He was popularly known as the “Milkman of India.” Kurien made India the world’s largest milk producer, surpassing the United States of America in 1998, with about 17 percent of global output in 2010–11, which in 30 years doubled milk available ...

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Google developed a secret Star Trek like communicator device


Google has amazingly designed a prototype wearable device based on the communicator in Star Trek which uses a microphone to listen to a user’s voice and in respond uses Bluetooth to revert commands to another device.   In science fiction, Captain Picard and his crew used their lapel pins to talk to the artificial intelligence and crew onboard the Starship ...

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Google doodle celebrates early human ancestor ‘Lucy’


On the 41st anniversary of the discovery of the world’s most famous early human ancestor — the 3.2 million-year-old ape ‘Lucy’, Google doodles on its search engine so as to mark the day. ‘Lucy’ was the first Australopithecus afarensis skeleton ever found, although only about 40 percent remains are present. Australopithecus afarensis is an extinct hominid that used to live ...

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Review Of Meizu M2 Note

Meizu m2

Leading Smartphone manufacturers of China in a bid to cater to consumers seeking a smartphone with high-end features at a reasonable price, has unveiled its “Meizu m2 Note” smartphone in India. Priced at Rs.9,999 , provide a bulk of features with high-end specifications that other smartphones in the similar price bracket lack. Most of the old and new entrants are ...

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Zuckerberg plans two months’ leave for daughter’s birth


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is all set to take two months’ leave from his workfront in order to spend with his daughter when she is born, he wrote in a personal post to nearly 42 million followers on November 20. “Studies show that when working parents take time to be with their newborns, outcomes are better for the children and ...

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Review Of Sony MDR-100AAP Headphones

Japanese electronics giant Sony , popularly known for its high quality sound delivery in all its products comes with yet again new ‘hear on’ series of headphones, Sony MDR-100AAP – priced at Rs.12,990. We got our hands on the over-the-head pair and here is our probe: What is good? No doubt, the headphones are designed extremely well so bears a ...

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Smartphones could detect air pollution soon

Wohoo! A laudable news for all the smartphone holders. Interestingly, a startling feature will soon be added to your respective smartphones. That is, pollution indicator. A study says that people could soon be using their smartphones to combat a deadly form of air pollution, thanks to a new low-cost method of detecting nitrogen dioxide (NO2), a significant air pollutant. “The ...

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