Sci-Tech

  • Flying high to monitor crops

    Flying high to monitor crops

    Aug :17 |   Drones are frequently associated accompanying destructions in remote regions of Pakistan and Yemen yet in Peru, unmanned aircraft are being used to monitor crops as well as study ancient ruins. Forget Reapers and Predators - the drones used here are… [ Read more ... ]

  • Microsoft's Windows 8.1 ready steady go!

    Microsoft's Windows 8.1 ready steady go!

    Aug :16 |   The Microsoft announced on Wednesday, that a tweaked version of Microsoft's Windows operating system which reestablish the "Start" button missed by users and updates other features will be available on October 18, the company said on Wednesday. Excitingly, Windows 8.1… [ Read more ... ]

  • Indians hooked on to Facebook more than ever

    Indians hooked on to Facebook more than ever

    Aug :14 |   We Indian are eternally curious about the next person and are even more eager to brag about ourselves. It is no wonder then, that Facebook has taken the Indian way of life by storm. The social networking site's 'like' symbol… [ Read more ... ]

  • NASA prepares to colonize Mars with humans

    NASA prepares to colonize Mars with humans

    Aug :12 |   NASA has a plan that could make human history if successful. The Mars One project seeks to colonize the red planet with human beings, and this is how the founders plan to make it work. The Mars One foundation is… [ Read more ... ]

  • Yahoo overtake includes new logo

    Yahoo overtake includes new logo

    Aug :08 |   Yahoo's thrust to re-discover itself will include a new logo to be introduced in the month immediately falling in time. According to a blog post by chief marketing officer Kathy Savitt, the faded Internet star's new symbol has been redesigned… [ Read more ... ]

  • Nasa rover Curiosity continue in existence gains NASA hopes

    Nasa rover Curiosity continue in existence gains NASA hopes

    Aug :07 |   The Nasa rover Curiosity continue in existence subsequent to its recklessly bold landing on Mars one year ago on Tuesday and furthered on to discover that the planet most like Earth in the solar system could indeed have supported microbial… [ Read more ... ]

  • This is how Earth looks for Saturnians

    This is how Earth looks for Saturnians

    Aug :03 |   Earth glows, even from 1.5 billion kilometers in space. Two NASA interplanetary spacecrafts offered us one black and white and one color photo of Earth from millions of miles away. Some days back, NASA's Cassini spacecraft snapped Earth and its… [ Read more ... ]

  • Google kicks off 'Start Searching India'

    Google kicks off 'Start Searching India'

    Jul :31 |   Global major Google has kicked off its 'Start Searching India' campaign in a bid to increase internet usage in rural areas. The campaign will start with Madhya Pradesh capital Bhopal. India has little internet penetration, offering immense opportunities for growth.… [ Read more ... ]

  • INSAT-3D closer to target orbit above Earth

    INSAT-3D closer to target orbit above Earth

    Jul :29 |   India's advanced weather satellite INSAT-3D is closer to its target geostationary orbit at 36,000 km above the atmosphere of Earth. The satellite will reach its final orbit soon, confirmed the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). The Ariane-5 rocket launched INSAT-3D… [ Read more ... ]

  • World's cheapest computer overpowering surprise

    World's cheapest computer overpowering surprise

    Jul :25 |   Prominently a single circuit board being in the size of a credit card accompanied by no screen otherwise keyboard, a far cry from the smooth tablets that dominate the technology market. On the contrary the world's cheapest computer, costing just… [ Read more ... ]

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