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Brace Yourselves: 5G Is On Its Way

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

The global race has begun to develop 5G and enthusiastic scientists urge it to be very different from its predecessor. Researchers foresee that there will be 100 billion devices online by 2020 and that is going to augment the demand for high-speed internet to a great extent.

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MAKO PROGRAM -Beyond Artificial Intelligence

Posted by Saksham Garg

In the famous series Iron Man, the lead Tony Stark has been shown as the creator of J.A.R.V.I.S., an artificial intelligence capable of performing tasks beyond any machine to his wish. Its voice operated, so all Tony has to do is to tell it what to. Now imagine if YOU had such a software.

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Technology, Business and Politics Come Together for Make In India Campaign

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has launched a totally indigenous software, Kalculate Business Desktop, that will assist business users to do their Accounting-Inventory-Sales-Purchase in an affordable way.

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Debian Jessie The Newest Free OS

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

Getting a Debian Linux release out the door is never easy, but the latest and greatest. Debian 8, codenamed Jessie is out now.

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A Look at Apache Cassandra

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

Apache Cassandra is an open source NoSQL(Not Only SQL) database and management system. It was designed to handle large amounts of data across many servers, data centres and clouds.

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Research Anywhere, Anytime with Mendeley

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

If Zotero didn’t quite work out for you just like you needed it to, fret not. Drawing on the same lines, we bring to you its better half, Mendeley.

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Replicant Liberated Android

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

Android has been a grand success in the smartphone business. The reason is simple, Android is free and available to public. But have you ever wondered how much Android respects your freedom? To answer exactly that, let us explore Replicant.

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VLC Re-launched for iOS and released for Android TV

Posted by Rishabh Jain

VLC is rightly considered the best and the most versatile video player. IT is renowned for its ability to handle almost all kinds of file formats and to support all media files.

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Zotero: A Friendly for the Scholarly

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

Pose this question to any research student, “What is the most boring task while preparing a case study or a project report?” Most of the times, the answer will be reference management or listing the bibliography. Managing references and sources while writing research papers requires a lot of precision.

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Samsung’s Challenger to Google’s Android OS: Tizen

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

The new year has just begun and there is some mind blowing news already coming from the tech industry, courtesy the recently concluded CES 2015. The largest smartphone maker in the world, Samsung, has made significant progress as far as the Tizen OS is concerned.

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