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  • Sperm Count in Men across Developed Countries Declining Sharply, study

    Published On : Jul 26,2017

    A new study published in the journal Human Reproduction Update has revealed that sperm counts in men from developed countries such as America, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe have reduced by more than 50% in less than the past 40 years. Researc

  • Greenland Darkens with Fear of Rising Sea Level Intensifying

    Published On : Jul 25,2017

    Global warming and the melting of icebergs has been a threat for a long time now. Scientists have expressed concerns regarding the melting icebergs near the poles and other glacier regions. This has also resulted in an alarming rise in the sea lev

  • Microsoft Paint Moving Towards Retirement, Declares Microsoft

    Published On : Jul 25,2017

    We all remember how Microsoft Paint played an important role during our schooldays and helped us create pretty pictures before we gained knowledge about Photoshop and Corel Draw. After having a successful history, Microsoft has decided to include

  • Grab Gets US$2.5 bn Funding from Didi and Softbank

    Published On : Jul 24,2017

    Grab, a Southeast Asian ride-hailing firm, has managed to raise US$2 bn from SoftBank Group Corp. and Didi Chuxing. The funding will not only help the company in having an upper hand over Uber Technologies Inc. in Southeast Asia, but also in enhan

  • Google Street View Introduces International Space Station View

    Published On : Jul 24,2017

    With constant improvements, Street View, Google’s map imagery tool, has been able to go beyond paved roads and allow users to virtually tour some of the greatest landmarks and monuments across the globe. With the latest update, the tool will all

  • Zinc Prices to Continue to Shoot as Hopes of Output Rise Remain Bleak

    Published On : Jul 21,2017

    Rise in global zinc prices could rise this year to levels that were not seen in a decade as demand for the metal continues to massively exceed production volumes owing to mine output disruptions in a number of key zinc producing countries, accordi

  • Shift to Cloud-based Products and Services Fares well for Microsoft

    Published On : Jul 21,2017

    Microsoft Corp has saw a profit in the latest quarter that also exceeded analysts’ estimates, driven by the rising demand for the company’s internet-based services and software products. Profits in the fourth fiscal quarter of the year signifi

  • India Remains Leading Provider of Online Labors in Technology and Software Development Sector

    Published On : Jul 20,2017

    As per recent studies, India has emerged as the largest supplier of online labor. The report suggesting the same has analyzed data from various e-platforms, which connect employers and freelancers. The US, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Philippines, and th

  • Flipkart’s PhonePe Ventures in India’s Offline Space

    Published On : Jul 20,2017

    PhonePe- a Flipkart owned platform is gearing to venture into the offline space, where Paytm has already achieved prominence. PhonePe as per reports will lend short-term loans and credits to customers besides installing point of sale machines for

  • India Introduces First Train Powered by Solar Power

    Published On : Jul 19,2017

    Indian Railways has introduced rooftop solar panels in one of its trains to power appliances such as fans, lights, and information display systems in passenger coaches this week. The 16 solar panels, fitted atop each coach in the train have replac

  • Dubai to Soon be Home to a New 200 MW Capacity Solar CSP Plant

    Published On : Jul 19,2017

    A large-scale solar power project based on the concentrated solar thermal technology is being set up in the Middle East to provide electricity that can be used over the night, the developers have announced. The US$1 bn plant is expected to provide

  • Amazon’s Anytime to Change the Game for Chat Applications

    Published On : Jul 18,2017

    Amazon announced its plans to launch a new communication service. The new messaging application, Anytime, will be designed for end consumers. The rumor has it that it will be all-encompassing solution for communicating as it will allow users to co

  • PayPal and Samsung Join Hands to Offer Improved Payment Methods

    Published On : Jul 18,2017

    PayPal announced that Samsung users will now be able to use PayPal as a payment option for making online as well as retail payments through Samsung Pay platform. According to Samsung, the service will first available to Samsung Pay users in the Un

  • UAE Backed Hacking of Qatari Government Sites: Washington Post

    Published On : Jul 17,2017

    Proof, in the form of a detailed investigation into Qatar’s probe that its government news websites and social media accounts were hacked, seem to have come out. A post on the Washington Post in this regard suggests that the United Arab Emirates

  • China Approves Import of Two New GMO Crops: Agriculture Ministry

    Published On : Jul 17,2017

    China’s agriculture ministry has said in a statement that two genetically modified crops were approved for import from the United States. These approvals come after import approvals for two more genetically modified crops in the country the prev

  • Biofuels Using Waste Product is Key to Boost up the Production in UK

    Published On : Jul 14,2017

    A new study from the Royal Academy of Engineering suggests that the UK should shift its focus from making biofuels from crops such as wheat to using waste materials like chip fat to achieve double production. The study says that producing fuel fro

  • Apple to Launch Augmented Reality for Over Billion Devices

    Published On : Jul 14,2017

    Apple is planning to introduce augmented reality software in over billion iPhones worldwide, later this year. Google has already introduced the augmented reality (AR) tools three years prior to this development. But the features provided by Google

  • Halli Labs Acquired by Google

    Published On : Jul 13,2017

    Google, the global Internet giant that everyone knows, has finally made its foray into the Indian markets through the acquisition of a new company names Halli Labs. The startup was merely four months old and is dealing with machine learning and ar

  • Larsen C Ice Shelf Loses Massive Iceberg Chunk

    Published On : Jul 13,2017

    The Larsen C ice shelf recently lost nearly 12 percent of its total surface area. To put things in perspective, this volume is bigger than Delaware. This is one of the largest icebergs seen by man, and has been adrift in waters after breaking off

  • China to Ban VPN

    Published On : Jul 12,2017

    China is blocking the most popular way of accessing websites which is based outside the country - virtual private networks. The government of the nation has ordered a ban on VPNs for individuals but companies can register their use of leased web a

  • Gross Bookings of Uber Increase by 10% from Last Quarter

    Published On : Jul 12,2017

    On Tuesday, Uber Technologies Inc. tried to ease the concerns of investors as a series of scandals have been affecting its business negatively. The company has assured investors that it will now offer improved bookings and reduce the losses incurr

  • FDA Escalates Efforts to Stem Opioid Addiction in the U.S.

    Published On : Jul 11,2017

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, FDA, is concerned regarding the opioid addiction that engulfs the country and is escalating the efforts to stem the inflow, proposing new regulations on some of the commonly available pain pills. The updates

  • Faraday Future Put North Las Vegas Electric Car Factory on Hold

    Published On : Jul 11,2017

    Former LeEco Chairman Jia Yueting backed electric carmarker, Faraday Future, have halted their plans to build the US$1.0 billion worth factor in North Las Vegas as the mogul faced strong troubles in its Chinese car business. The plant in Nevada, w

  • Researchers at University of Washington Develop Lightweight Battery-Free Cellphone

    Published On : Jul 10,2017

    In what seems to be breakthrough in battery technology for mobile devices, a team of computer scientists and electrical engineers at the University of Washington (UV) have designed a battery-free cellphone that consumes negligible power for its op

  • Etisalat’s Launch of Digital Technologies to Underpin Next-Generation Telecom Services in UAE

    Published On : Jul 10,2017

    Etisalat, a prominent UAE-based telecommunication services provider, announced on July 2017 the commercial launch of Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) and Long-Term Evolution for machines (LTE-M) technologies. With this, the telecom provider