Category: Tech Diary

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Apple iPhone 8 may Launch on September 12

Rumours and speculation about release Rumours and speculation about the iPhone 8 are already in full swing, Apple fans are waiting for the highly-anticipated handset’s appearance. It may be mentioned here that Apple hasn’t made an official announcement yet. If we see the previous trend, the iPhone 5s and 5c were announced on 10 September 2013, the iPhone 6 was...

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Can We Beat Death Now by Cryonics?

Source: cryonics.org For the first time ever a human body has been cryogenically frozen in China. The cryogenically frozen woman, Zhan Wenlian, died from lung cancer aged 49. After her death, her husband, Gui Junmin, “volunteered” her for the cryogenic procedure. Wenlian had previously expressed a desire to donate her body to science to “give back to society.” The grieving husband said he...

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UC Browser run by Alibaba may Face Ban in India for Stealing Data

Alibaba owned UC Browser is the most popular mobile browser in India. is. According to Business Standard, it is reportedly being probed by the government for sending data from Indian users out of the country and  a government lab in Hyderabad is probing how it can send user details and location data to a remote server”. This lab is a centre...

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Google Code Names for Android Versions

If you have closely followed the names of the Android Versions released so far, have you ever noticed a Pattern around their nomenclature? Google calls them their ‘Code names’ So, I will list each of them by their release dates. Let’s see. 1.There were initially no code names given to the initial versions of Android which were basically being tested. they...

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Google’s Android O finally gets a name OREO—and a lot of new features

Google officially unveiled today its latest mobile operating system: Android 8.0 Oreo. Oreo the world’s top-selling cookie is getting into technology. After months of calling it Android O, we finally got the rather predictable confirmation that the upcoming software release would be named after the delicious cream-filled snacks. If you’re surprised by the brand name, remember Google teamed up with Nestlé for the release of...

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Android O Top Features

  What’s new in Android O Android devices are about to learn some new tricks. Google has just released what it’s calling the final developer preview of Android O, a major update to its mobile OS. That means we’re not that far from a final release for Android O. (And maybe we’ll learn what the O finally stands for — Oreo?...

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Merging AI & Big Data is the Next Step

AI is one of hottest trends in tech now a day, but what happens when it’s merged with another fashionable and extremely promising tech like Artificial Intelligence? Researchers are looking for ways to take big data to the next level by combining it with AI. We’ve just recently realized how powerful big data can be, and by uniting it with...

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Govt deactivated 81 Lakh Aadhaar cards – How to check if your Aadhar Card is active?

The central government recently announced that it has deactivated over 81 lakh Aadhaar cards. The minister of state for electronics and IT, PP Chaudhary revealed this in Rajya Sabha recently. Chaudhary told Rajya Sabha, “Till date, approximately 81 lakh Aadhaar numbers have been deactivated. The state-, year- and reason-wise data is not maintained by the UIDAI.” These Aadhaar cards have been suspended due...