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 Excess video <strong>games</strong> may increase Alzheimer's risk

Excess video games may increase Alzheimer's risk

21 May 2015

Toronto: Spending too much time playing video games may increase your risk of developing neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, says a new study.

Video games,   Alzheimer,   Alzheimer disease,   brain,   video games demerits,   Latest lifestyle news,  
Akhil-Dilbagh tussle in defamation suit heats up

Akhil-Dilbagh tussle in defamation suit heats up

21 May 2015

New Delhi: The legal battle between boxers Akhil Kumar and Dilbagh Singh over a defamation suit filed by the former has become uglier with the Chandigarh District Court issuing warrants against mediapersons in whose presence the "slanderous" comments were made.

Akhil Kumar,   Dilbagh Singh,   Commonwealth Games,   Mandeep Jangra,   Chandigarh District Court,   2011 National Games,   latest sports news,  
Facebook in talks with developers to make <strong>games</strong> for Messenger App

Facebook in talks with developers to make games for Messenger App

19 May 2015

New Delhi: Social networking site Facebook's messenger app, which already allows you to send money, make video calls and read audio clips, will soon let you play games in the app itself.

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Facebook Messenger: Chat, make video calls, send money and now play <strong>games</strong>

Facebook Messenger: Chat, make video calls, send money and now play games

19 May 2015

New York: You may soon be able to play games over Facebook Messenger. According to reports, Facebook is already in talks with developers for creating games for Messenger.

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 Keep smartphone away for better grades: Study

Keep smartphone away for better grades: Study

20 May 2015

London: If you intend to score higher marks in exams, then the best solution is to tuck your smartphone away in a locker where it can't distract you, says a new study from the London School of Economics.

smartphones,   parents,   children,   smartphones demerits,   London School of Economics,  
Microsoft celebrating 25 years of Solitaire with worldwide tournament

Microsoft celebrating 25 years of Solitaire with worldwide tournament

19 May 2015

New Delhi: Microsoft Corporation is celebrating 25 years of its famous Solitaire game on Windows  with two big competitions one especially Microsoft employees which will determine who leads the leaderboards.

Microsoft Corporation,   Solitaire,   Solitaire game,   Windows game,   Card games,   Computer games ,  
GTA V Mods installing malware on your PC?

GTA V Mods installing malware on your PC?

18 May 2015

New Delhi: The popular Grand Theft Auto V featured-packed game, which comes with further improved visuals, a powerful editor and new meaning to the first person mode thanks to the mouse/keyboard combo, is reportedly installing malware on users' computers.

Video games,   Grand Theft Auto,   GTA V,   GTA malware,   Popular games,   Computers games ,  
 Hungarian author wins Man Booker International Prize

Hungarian author wins Man Booker International Prize

20 May 2015

London: Hungarian author Laszlo Krasznahorkai has won Britain's prestigious Man Booker International prize for his achievement in fiction as he edged out India's Amitav Ghosh and eight others to bag the top literary award.

Hungarian author,   Man Booker International Prize,   Laszlo Krasznahorkai,   Amitav Ghosh,   literary award,   London,   Latest world news,  
Indian eves can qualify for Rio <strong>Games</strong>, says chief coach Mathias Ahrens

Indian eves can qualify for Rio Games, says chief coach Mathias Ahrens

18 May 2015

New Delhi: With the FIH World League Semi-Final just around the corner, Indian women's hockey team chief coach Mathias Ahrens on Monday exuded confidence of putting up a good show in the upcoming tournament, which is a qualifying event for next year's Rio Olympics.

FIH World League SemiFinals,   Indian women hockey team,   Mathias Ahrens,   Rio Olympics,   Latest news,  
AT&T to bring exclusive contents for connected car users

AT&T to bring exclusive contents for connected car users

19 May 2015

AT&T Inc is gearing up to bring connected car users exclusive content such as videos and games that can be streamed onto personal mobile devices later this year, company's senior vice president of emerging devices Chris Penrose said.

AT&T,   Connected cars,   Exclusive content,   Videos,   Games,   Mobile devices,  

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