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People most likely to unfriend high <strong>school</strong> friend on Facebook

People most likely to unfriend high school friend on Facebook

23 Apr 2014

Washington: The most likely person to be unfriended on Facebook is a high school acquaintance, a new study has found.  

Facebook,   People unfriend highschool friends,   unfriended person's emotional response,   University of Colorado Denver,   High School friends,   friend of a friend,   work friends,   CU Denver Business School,   ,  
DGCA allows in-flight use of mobiles, laptops on flight mode

DGCA allows in-flight use of mobiles, laptops on flight mode

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: 'Please put your mobile phones on the flight mode'. Now on, you may hear an airhostess announcing this before your flight takes off instead of asking you to switch it off.

DGCA,   DGCA rules,   mobiles on flight,   phone usage on flight,   laptops on plane,   flight mode,   PED on flights,   Civil Aviation Requirement,   air travel,  
<strong>New</strong> tech makes difficult data sheets easy to read

New tech makes difficult data sheets easy to read

23 Apr 2014

Washington: You can now decipher difficult excel data on your tablet with just a touch of your finger, thanks to a new system developed by scientists, including one of Indian-origin.

data sheets,   difficult data,   easy to read data,   Excel spreadsheets,   tabular data,   Kinetica,   Kinetica details,   Kinetica featues,  
Railways launches <strong>new</strong> mobile app to track train schedules

Railways launches new mobile app to track train schedules

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Now rail users can get information on expected arrival and departure timings of a particular train on their mobile phones besides tracking its position on a real time basis.

Indian railways,   mobile app,   departure timings,   NTES,   inquiry,   CRIS,  
Priyanka releases <strong>new</strong> single ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’

Priyanka releases new single ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’

23 Apr 2014

Mumbai: People can now enjoy a new single sung by Bollywood diva and pop singer Priyanka Chopra as she has released her latest number, I Can’t Make You Love Me.

Priyanka Chopra,   I Can't Make You Love Me,   Priyanka's third single,   In My City,   Exotic,   Mary Kom,   Bonnie Raitt,   ,  
Australian scientists discover <strong>new</strong> mineral ‘Putinisite’

Australian scientists discover new mineral ‘Putinisite’

23 Apr 2014

Melbourne: A new mineral has been discovered by scientists in Western Australia which is unique in structure and composition than 4,000 known mineral species.

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America's first coffee shop for cat lovers opening up in <strong>New</strong> York City

America's first coffee shop for cat lovers opening up in New York City

23 Apr 2014

New York: Cat lovers in New York City will soon have the perfect place to grab their coffee, as pet food maker Purina is opening a pop-up cat cafe at 168 Bowery on Thursday, and billing it as America’s first feline coffee shop.

Coffee shop,  cat lovers,  Feline cafe,  New York City,  America’s first feline coffee shop,   pop-up cat cafe ,   ,  
<strong>New</strong> study links dietary fats to colon cancer tumour growth

New study links dietary fats to colon cancer tumour growth

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A new study led by Arizona State University researcher and physician Dr Raymond DuBois, MD, PhD, suggests that dietary fats are linked with the progression of colon cancer.

Colon cancer,   dietary fats,   colon cancer tumour growth,   cancer,   peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor delta,   ,  
Twitter releases <strong>new</strong> Facebook-like redesigned profile page

Twitter releases new Facebook-like redesigned profile page

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Microblogging site Twitter has started rolling out its redesigned profile page to its users.

Twitter,   Twitter profile pafe,   Twitter design,   Twitter news profile page,  
<strong>New</strong> Google technology can solve CAPTCHA puzzles

New Google technology can solve CAPTCHA puzzles

23 Apr 2014

Washington: Do you often get frustrated with online forms that ask you to type jumbled letters to prove that you are human? New technology can easily decipher them.

CAPTCHA,   new Google technology,   CAPTCHA puzzles,   Google Street View technology,   Gizmag,  

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