Internet search titan Google plans to discontinue seven more products, including ‘Wave’, in a bid to simplify its services further after bringing down the curtains on its ‘Buzz’ social networking, microblogging and messaging tool.
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Over 7,000 students in Class VIII and IX in 21 government and aided schools in North Paravur here will participate in a unique programme aimed at making science learning a meaningful experience.
In this maze of windowless tin shacks, school classes are often held outside because even in daytime it is too dark to see the blackboard. Now a youth group is hoping some two-litre plastic bottles filled with water and bleach can brighten Kenya's slums.
Flicker start is a very common phenomenon in the conventional tube lights. However, the modern versions of tube lights (TL) and the compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) do not exhibit this, but they start rather immediately on turning them on.
More than a week after its launch, the reaction to Google Music varies from lukewarm to outright disappointment. The service, touted to rival Apple’s iTunes, is said to suffer from a lack of imagination.
This Children's Day, global internet security firm McAfee released a survey on the online behaviour of children in India. The survey found that while 62 per cent of children polled shared personal information online, no less than 58 per cent gave specific details such as their home address.
The Indian IT sector was once hailed as the big Indian dream, a pathway to glory for many a middle class youth. We used to hear stories of first generation IT employees having monthly salaries more than what their middle-class income parent was earning, right from the first day at office
Through the Dynamical Casimir Effect, scientists have stimulated a vacuum to shed some of the myriad "virtual" particles that fleet in and out of existence, making them real and detectable.
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