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 Erratic sleep timings could harm immune <strong>system</strong>

Erratic sleep timings could harm immune system

03 Sep 2015

New York: The timing of your sleep is just as important as how much sleep you finally get, researchers from Washington State University have found.

sleep timings,   immune system,   sleep,   Latest health news ,  
Oracle launches new enterprise-grade flash storage <strong>system</strong>

Oracle launches new enterprise-grade flash storage system

31 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Enterprise IT-solution provider Oracle on Monday  launched a new enterprise grade flash storage system that it claims will deliver superior performance than existing technology, capacity scaling and quicker responses while handling mixed workloads.

Oracle,   Oracle flash storage,   Oracle system,   Technology,  
Flipkart customers to get refund within 24 hours

Flipkart customers to get refund within 24 hours

31 Aug 2015

New Delhi: E-commerce major Flipkart today launched its instant refund mechanism facility, a move that will help its customers get refunds as early as within 24 hours of returning the product. Previously, the refund process used to take three to five business days.

Flipkart,   refund process ,   Immediate Payments System,   Punit Soni ,   latest business news,  
Experts give Windows 10 the thumbs up, a month into its launch

Experts give Windows 10 the thumbs up, a month into its launch

23 Aug 2015

New Delhi: So, almost a month after its launch, how have the experts and users responded to the much-hyped Windows 10 operating system from Microsoft? For the large part, the reviews and tests have given it the thumbs up.

Windows 10,   operating system,   Microsoft,   Latest News,  
New <strong>system</strong> to empower internet users with more data control

New system to empower internet users with more data control

19 Aug 2015

New York: Computer scientists have developed a novel method for providing concrete proof to internet users that their information did not cross through certain undesired geographic areas.

Computer scientists,   Internet users,   Alibi Routing,   Data usage,   University of Maryland,  
Dish TV launches home video <strong>system</strong> 'DishFlix' for moviebuffs

Dish TV launches home video system 'DishFlix' for moviebuffs

18 Aug 2015

New Delhi: To cash in on the demand of moviebuffs, direct-to-home (DTH) service player Dish TV today launched home video system 'DishFlix'. 

Dish TV,   DishFlix,   DTH,   movies on Dish TV,   latest tech news,  
BSE sets up new <strong>system</strong> for reporting suspicious trades

BSE sets up new system for reporting suspicious trades

18 Aug 2015

New Delhi: To check money laundering through stock markets, top stock exchange BSE has asked its members to report on a monthly basis details of the STRs (Suspicious Transaction Reports) submitted to the government's Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU).

BSE,   stock exchange,   Financial Intelligence Unit,   BEFS,   stock market,   shares,   Latest Business News,  
Google names Android 6.0 M 'Marshmallow', to release in autumn

Google names Android 6.0 M 'Marshmallow', to release in autumn

20 Aug 2015

Washington: Google has announced the name of the new Android operating system. According to the reports, the M in Android M stands for Marshmallow. The Android 6.0 update is set for release this autumn. It was first previewed at the company's I/O conference in May.

Google,   Android,   Operating system,   Android M,   Marshmallow,   Android 6.0,  
Intel releases Stephen Hawking's speech software to public for free

Intel releases Stephen Hawking's speech software to public for free

20 Aug 2015

Washington: Stephen Hawking's speech system has been released by Intel to the public for free as an open source code. According to the reports, the company is hoping that developers will use it and expand its application to a wider range of disabilities.

Stephen Hawking,   Speech system,   Intel,   Open source code,   Developers ,  
Action against school principal, placement officer for taking bribe: Sisodia

Action against school principal, placement officer for taking bribe: Sisodia

22 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today expressed 'shock' over prevailing corrupt practices in the education system as he ordered action against a school principal and a placement officer of a government-run polytechnic for taking bribes.

School principal,   Placement officers,  Bribe,   Delhi Deputy Chief Minister,   Manish Sisodia,   Education system,   Latest States News,  

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