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Your <strong>typing</strong> style holds clues to your emotions!

Your typing style holds clues to your emotions!

14 Oct 2014

Dhaka: Researchers have developed a new computer program that can recognize people's emotions based on how they type.

typing style,   emotions,   computer program,   keystrokes,   emotional states,  
This software reads your emotions via <strong>typing</strong> style!

This software reads your emotions via typing style!

13 Oct 2014

Dhaka: Can our typing style reveal our emotions? If we believe researchers here, a new computer programme can recognise people's emotions based on how they type.

Typing style,   Emotions,   Researchers,   Computer programme,   Islamic University of Technology,   Smartphone,   Keyboard,  
Pakistan names 16-member <strong>Test</strong> team against Australia

Pakistan names 16-member Test team against Australia

19 Oct 2014

Karachi: Pakistani selectors on Saturday decided to preserve the tall left-arm pace bowler Muhammad Irfan for next year's World Cup and decided against including him for the Test series against Australia.

Pakistan,   Australia,   16-member,   Test team,   Mohammed Irfan,   World Cup,  
Indigenously developed cruise missile 'Nirbhay' <strong>test</strong>-fired

Indigenously developed cruise missile 'Nirbhay' test-fired

17 Oct 2014

Balasore (Odisha): India on Friday successfully test-fired its indigenously developed nuclear capable sub-sonic cruise missile 'Nirbhay', which can strike targets more than 700 kms away, from a test range at Chandipur near here.

India,   test-fires,   nuclear capable cruise missile,   'Nirbhay',   security,   missile,  
Indian women face tough Iran <strong>test</strong>

Indian women face tough Iran test

16 Oct 2014

Dhaka: An acid test awaits India as they prepare to take on a strong Iran team in the their opening game of 2015 AFC U-16 Women's Championship China Qualifiers at the Bangabandhu Stadium here on Friday.

Dhaka,   India,   Iran team,   opening game,   2015 AFC U-16 Women's Championship China Qualifiers,   Bangabandhu Stadium,   Oman,  
Apps re-invent smartphone keyboards to reduce <strong>typing</strong> frustration

Apps re-invent smartphone keyboards to reduce typing frustration

01 Oct 2014

TORONTO: New smartphone apps aim to solve the problem of keyboards causing aching fingers or auto-correct resulting in embarrassing blunders.

smartphone apps,   Qwerty keyboards,   iPhone,   Android devices,   SwiftKey,   TouchPal,   Swype,  
Dharamshala ODI: Pace <strong>test</strong> awaits India as they face Windies on bouncy strip

Dharamshala ODI: Pace test awaits India as they face Windies on bouncy strip

16 Oct 2014

Dharamshala: Bolstered by their dramatic come-from-behind win in the last game, India will look to keep the winning momentum going when they meet West Indies in the fourth cricket one-dayer in Dharamsala on Friday on what is expected to be a pacy track.

DharamsHala,   India,   West Indies,   4th ODI,   MS Dhoni,   pacy strip,   fast bowlers,   Virat Kohli,   Ishant Sharma,  
Taylor to miss ODI series against South Africa

Taylor to miss ODI series against South Africa

18 Oct 2014

Wellington: Former New Zealand captain and star batsman Ross Taylor has been ruled out of the three-match One-Day International (ODI) home series against South Africa, starting 21st October, due to a calf injury.

New Zealand,   New Zealand star captain,   Ross Taylor,   England Vs South Africa ODI series,   Test Match,   ,  
HC stays <strong>typing</strong> <strong>test</strong> for recruitment of clerks

HC stays typing test for recruitment of clerks

18 Oct 2011

The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday stayed the typing test of Punjabi language to be held on Thursday for recruitment of more than 800 clerks in different departments in Punjab.

typing test for recruitment of clerks,   HC stays typing test for clerks,   typing test of Punjabi language,   SSSB Punjabi typing test,  
PCB to send Ajmal for informal biomechanic <strong>test</strong> soon

PCB to send Ajmal for informal biomechanic test soon

14 Oct 2014

Karachi: Pakistani cricket authorities on Tuesday said that they would be soon be sending suspended off-spinner Saeed Ajmal for an informal biomechanic tests in a bid to get him cleared before next year's World Cup.

Pakistan cricket board,   Saeed Ajmal,   Cricket World Cup,  

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