Sci-Tech

  • Hacker's army hits Twitter, New York Times

    Hacker's army hits Twitter, New York Times

    Aug :28 |   The website of New York Times was down for a few hours on Tuesday due to the spoilsport efforts of a group of miscreants who called themselves the 'Syrian Electronic Army'. Even Twitter and the Huffington Post had issues due… [ Read more ... ]

  • Microsoft CEO to bid adieu

    Microsoft CEO to bid adieu

    Aug :24 |   Microsoft's head honcho Steve Ballmer is all set to decamp the top seat in a few months time. With his tenure drawing to a close now and both Steve Jobs and Bill Gates no more at the at the helm… [ Read more ... ]

  • Sixth sense or common sense?

    Sixth sense or common sense?

    Aug :22 |   According to a study out on Wednesday, birds sense posted speed limits on roads and respond to keep away from collisions. Researchers expressed that birds appear to have adapted to the local speed limits as a feature of their environment… [ Read more ... ]

  • Easy access for all

    Easy access for all

    Aug :21 |   Facebook Inc's chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has entered into an engagement with Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, Qualcomm Inc and four other companies for a project aimed at bringing Internet access to people around the world who can't afford it, faithful… [ Read more ... ]

  • New PlayStation 4 console revealed!

    New PlayStation 4 console revealed!

    Aug :21 |   The head of SCE computer entertainment division prominently stated on Tuesday that Sony has had beyond 1 million preorders worldwide for its new PlayStation 4 console. SCE chief executive Andrew House added that the console will be available from Nov… [ Read more ... ]

  • Gets bigger in size?

    Gets bigger in size?

    Aug :20 |   Smartphones are getting bigger as people use them more to watch movies as well as play games. Excitingly, a new one from Samsung is beyond big. Accompanied by a screen measuring 16cm diagonally, the Galaxy Mega is nearly as big… [ Read more ... ]

  • Hacker exposes Facebook vulnerability

    Hacker exposes Facebook vulnerability

    Aug :19 |   A Palestinian hacker made sure Facebook noticed him by highlighting a glitch that could allow strangers to post on a user's wall. Normally, only a 'friend' has the authorization to post anything on a user's FB wall. This hacker showed… [ Read more ... ]

  • 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 ... ]

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