• Computing
    Dell Nears Sale of IT Services Unit to Japan’s NTT Data

    Dell Inc is set to announce an agreement on Monday to sell its non-core information technology consulting division to Japan’s NTT Data Corp for $3.5 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday. The move will allow US computer maker Dell to trim some of the $43 billion in debt it is taking on […]

  • Computing
    Microsoft to Unveil 2 New Live Tiles Features at Build 2016

    Ahead of its developer conference Build on Wednesday, Microsoft is hinting at new features and major changes to its Live Tiles interface for Windows 10. The company is supposedly planning to make Live Tiles, Microsoft’s take on flat icons, more interactive and capable. The Redmond, Washington-based company will be holding a session at the upcoming […]

  • News Updates
    Water Rower Natural Rowing Machine Review

    From the long time rowing is considered as one the best Aerobic recreational exercise. This includes natural movement of the arms and joints and helps in boosting the heart rate. With this Water Rower Natural rowing machine the rowing experience can be taken into another level. This rowing machine uses the similar physics that is […]

  • News Updates
    Can You Wear Crop Tops In Winter?

    The latest fashion trend of crop tops is really very popular and almost every woman wants to wear a crop top to be part of this trend. As this is summer time, the crop tops are perfect for this weather. They allow us to be cool and comfortable in the unbearable hot weather. These crop […]

  • Internet
    Google Aims to Take Machine Learning Mainstream With New Cloud-Based Tools

    At the GCP Next 2016 conference in San Francisco this week, Google announced the launch of Cloud Machine Learning, a suite of cloud-based tools, with which the company hopes to make sophisticated machine learning tools available to developers across the globe. “Cloud Machine Learning will take machine learning mainstream, giving data scientists and developers a […]

  • Internet
    EU Commission Wants Google to Pay a Licensing Fee

    The European Commission is currently holding a public consultation on granting “neighbouring rights” to publishers. Under this, the lawmaker is proposing that Google should pay publishers a licensing fee. The European Commission is proposing that Google and other news aggregators that run a snippet from the article of others’ articles should have to pay for […]

  • Software
    Google Is Not Calling JNU ‘Anti-National’

    Searching with key words such as “anti-national”, “sedition”, “patriotism” and “Bharat mata ki jai” onGoogle Maps now directs the users to Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), which is caught in a row over its students being booked under sedition. This is not a case of Google taking a political stance, but rather because of a growing […]

  • Computing
    This Gadget Can Turn Your Phone Into a 3D Printer

    A US-based company claims to have created a portable device that lets users create 3D prints by using the light from their smartphone screen. The gadget called OLO is designed to be simple, consisting of three plastic pieces, one chip, and one motor, all operated by four AA batteries. It measures 720x1150x1480mm and weighs 780 […]

  • Education
    Right to Education Act remarkable achievement

    The Right to Education Act was a “remarkable achievement” despite its shortcomings, Vice President Hamid Ansari said on Monday, even as he lamented that government financing for education was insufficient. “Despite the shortcomings in its implementation, the Right to Education Act remains a remarkable achievement,” Ansari said addressing the National Stocktaking Convention organised by the […]