Zanco Tiny T1: The Phone Smaller Than A Thumb And Lighter Than A Coin

Zanco Tiny T1: The Phone Smaller Than A Thumb And Lighter Than A Coin

Zanco tiny t1 is tinniest completely operational mobile handset in the world. Lighter than a coin and tinnier than your thumb, the handset is listed on Kickstarter campaign. The feature handset has a dimension of 46.7 mm x 21 mm x12 mm and a weight of 13 Grams. The feature handset is able to send […]

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World's First Recycled Rocket and Spaceship Launched

World’s First Recycled Rocket and Spaceship Launched

In view of reducing the spaceflight costs, SpaceX—a California-based company recently launched a reused cargo ship and a rocket. Post launch, the rocket booster was landed at Cape Canaveral, Florida. After the launch, the company landed its rocket booster upright on solid ground at Cape Canaveral, Florida. SpaceX has been successful to return 20 rocket […]

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Smartphones for Just Rs. 1590, Vodafone Itel A20 Launched

Smartphones for Just Rs. 1590, Vodafone Itel A20 Launched

Vodafone India is launching Itel A20 model in the country. Itel Mobile is owned by China’s Transsion Group. Vodafone is offering attractive price of Rs. 1590 for this phone. This phone sells in the market at Rs. 3690. The offer comes with a precondition that subscriber will be required to stick to the Vodafone network […]

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Xunlei Aims To Roll Out Cloud Computing Service In The U.S.

Xunlei Aims To Roll Out Cloud Computing Service In The U.S.

Xunlei Ltd., the Chinese tech company, aims to roll out a cloud computing facility in Europe and the United States in 2018, planning to vie in home market of Amazon, chief executive of Xunlei claimed to the media in an interview this week. The venture adds to a series of technology brands of China that […]

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Google Begins Ranking Websites In Search Results On The Basis Of Their Mobile Version

Google Begins Ranking Websites In Search Results On The Basis Of Their Mobile Version

Google is turning web browsing an enhanced experience for handset users all over the world. The search major a year back claimed that it was test ranking on its search results those sites that have a version, which is mobile-friendly. Currently, its execution has begun taking place. In easy words, sites with mobile-friendly version will […]

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Asus To Expand Retail Attendance In Gaming Market Of India

Asus To Expand Retail Attendance In Gaming Market Of India

Asus, the Taiwanese tech behemoth, will increase up its retail attendance in the nation by arranging up more shops devoted to its ROG (Republic of Gamers) series of gaming devices. The firm has 3 such shops in Kolkata, Bengaluru, and Bhubaneswar. In addition to this, the firm aims to extend the figure to 10 next […]

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Indian Firms Wake Up To Cyber Security Dangers But Most Still Unwilling To Invest

Indian Firms Wake Up To Cyber Security Dangers But Most Still Unwilling To Invest

More than 75% of organizations polled recognize cyber security as one of the leading 5 risks in the business. But in spite of that most have those companies have budgets for cyber security that is less than 10% of total projected expenses. This data was received to the media from a KPMG study this week. […]

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India to Get Technological Help from Australia to Stop Stubble Burning

India to Get Technological Help from Australia to Stop Stubble Burning

Air pollution levels in Delhi have increased to an alarming level and during the stubble burning season in neighboring states, Punjab and Haryana make the situation worse. However good news is, ACIAR (Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research) has offered a technology called “Happy Seeder”, in which farmers will be planting seeds directly into stubble. […]

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Italian Budget Commission Accepts Web Tax On Digital Offerings

Italian Budget Commission Accepts Web Tax On Digital Offerings

The budget commission of lower house of Italy this week accepted on a measure mandating firms to pay a 3% charge on some Internet payments in a decision targeted at avoiding EU tax regulations that advantage huge tech companies. The European Commission claimed that it recognized concerns over current rules, but advised member states to […]

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