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Chevrolet to roll out tiny AC for overheated smartphone

Chevrolet to roll out tiny AC for overheated smartphone

04 Jul 2015

New York: In a first, US-based automobile giant Chevrolet is introducing a tiny and personal air-conditioner (AC) feature for an overheated smartphone.

Chevrolet,   Air-conditioner,   Smartphone,   Overheating,   Cooling system,   Active Phone Cooling,  
Bihar wins national award for commendable work in health sector

Bihar wins national award for commendable work in health sector

04 Jul 2015

Patna: Bihar has won appreciation in the country for works in the health sector by winning first prize on four counts and second in another category. The award was given to Bihar at 'National Summit on Best Practises and Innovations in Public Healthcare system in India' at Shimla in Himachal Pradesh yesterday.

Bihar,   Health sector,   Public Healthcare system,   National Health Mission,   free medicines,   latest states news,  
Windows still runs on 90 percent of computers around the world: Report

Windows still runs on 90 percent of computers around the world: Report

03 Jul 2015

San Francisco: Windows was still operating on more than 90 percent of the computers in the world, according to NetMarketShare and the July 29 release of Windows 10 should cement Microsoft's hold on computers, though the company has faced several challenges in breaking into the mobile market.

Microsoft Corporation,   Microsoft Windows,   Windows 10,   Operating system,   Computers,   NetMarketShare,   Windows 10 ,  
CyanogenMod announces flexible open-source browser 'Gello' for Android

CyanogenMod announces flexible open-source browser 'Gello' for Android

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: CyanogenMod, an open-source operating system for smartphones and tablet computers,  has announced that it is working on Gello, a browser based on Google's Chromium project, which includes loads of customization options for Android.

CyanogenMod,   Operating system,   Smartphones,   tablet computers,   Gello,   browser,   Google,   Chromium project,   Android,  
New smartphone technology to help blind people 'see'

New smartphone technology to help blind people 'see'

27 Jun 2015

London: Scientists are developing new adaptive mobile technology that could enable visually-impaired people to 'see' through their smartphone or tablet. Specialists in computer vision and machine learning based at the University of Lincoln, UK, funded by a Google Faculty Research Award, are aiming to embed a smart vision system in mobile devices to help people with sight problems navigate unfamiliar indoor environments.

Mobile technology,   Smartphones,   Tablet,   Computer vision,   University of Lincoln,   Google Faculty Research Award,   Smart vision system,   Mobile devices,  
Judiciary independence doesn't necessarily require 'collegium <strong>system</strong>': BJP-ruled states

Judiciary independence doesn't necessarily require 'collegium system': BJP-ruled states

17 Jun 2015

New Delhi: BJP-ruled states today strongly supported in the Supreme Court the creation of the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) saying that the independence of judiciary does not necessarily require that judges be appointed by the collegium system.

NJAC,   National Judicial Appointments Commission,   Judiciary independence,   BJP,   collegium system,   Latest News,  
Sony confirms worldwide PS4 (1TB) shipment from July

Sony confirms worldwide PS4 (1TB) shipment from July

22 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Sony Electronics today announced that the new 1TB PlayStation 4 (PS4) computer entertainment system will be made available from the end of June in Japan, followed by North America / Europe / Asian countries and regions in July.

Sony Electronics,   PlayStation 4,   PS4 2015,   PS4 games,   PS4 price,   Computer entertainment system,  
India still vulnerable to Emergency-like situations: LK Advani

India still vulnerable to Emergency-like situations: LK Advani

18 Jun 2015

New Delhi: BJP patriarch LK Advani's statement that 'forces that can crush democracy are stronger' now created a buzz in the political circles leading to speculation that it was a barb aimed at Prime Minister Narendra Modi but RSS dismissed it while Congress and other opposition parties shared his concern.

LK Advani,   Indian political system,   Emergency,   Democracy,   Modi government,  
BlackBerry may put Android <strong>system</strong> on new device: Sources

BlackBerry may put Android system on new device: Sources

12 Jun 2015

TORONTO: BlackBerry is considering equipping an upcoming smartphone with Google Inc.'s Android software for the first time, an acknowledgement that its revamped line of devices has failed to win mass appeal, according to four sources familiar with the matter.

BlackBerry,   BlackBerry smartphone,   Google Inc,   Android,   BlackBerry next launch,  
'Non-<strong>system</strong>' in international monetary policy poses substantial risk to growth: Rajan

'Non-system' in international monetary policy poses substantial risk to growth: Rajan

12 Jun 2015

Dhaka: Cautioning against "competitive monitoring easing", Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said the "non-system" in international monetary policy poses substantial risk to growth.

international monetary policy,   risk of growth,   economic growth,   Governor Raghuram Rajan,   Reserve Bank of India,   substantial risk,   Latest business news ,  

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