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New radiotherapy find offers hope to cancer patients

Washington : An exciting discovery in the cancer treatment is having dramatic results. More than half of cancer patients undergo radiotherapy, in which high doses of radiation are aimed at diseased tissue to kill cancer cells. But due to a ...

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BSNL launches ultra fast broadband services

Mumbai: The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) on Friday introduced state-of-the-art 100G Optical Transport Network (NG-OTN) across the country to provide Super Express Highways, in tune with the Digital India Programme of the Prime Minister. Launching the NG-OTN here, Minister ...

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Jio database safe, hackers’ website suspended

New Delhi: With Reliance Jio refuting reports of a breach into its database, the account of the website that claimed to have dumped the data on its platform has now been suspended. The website titled magicapk.com claimed on Sunday it ...

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After Judy, Fireball malware infects over 250 million computers

The malware Fireball has reportedly infected more than 250 million computers worldwide, can take control of internet browsers, spy on victim’s web use and is capable of stealing personal files. According to a Check Point blog, a cybersecurity firm, the ...

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India’s mobile internet use increases ninefold, 1.3 billion GB used in March 2017

Mobile internet usage in India has increased ninefold in a single year, after the launch of a new operator sparked a telecoms price war, according to a new report. Indians used nearly 1.3 billion gigabytes of data in March 2017 ...

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Nokia Android phones to be available from 15 June

Espoo, Finland: Nokia lovers don’t have to get upset as Nokia’s 3,5 and 6 Android phones are likely to be in the market from June 15. The Nokia 3 will be the cheapest Nokia Android smartphone for an expected price ...

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After WannaCry, Judy infects millions of Androids

Now Judy, a malware putting 36.5 million Android phones at risk. According to security solutions firm Check Point, the malware uses devices to generate large amounts of fraudulent clicks on advertisements, generating revenues for the perpetrators. Check Point said on ...

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Samsung hit with lawsuits as battery woes continue

Seoul: As the Note 7 fiasco had begun dying down, Samsung is again facing multiple lawsuits following reports that its other models too are plagued with battery issues, media reports said. The other smartphone models that reportedly face similar issues ...

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NASA, ISRO join hands to build Earth-imaging satellite, NISAR

New Delhi: US space agency NASA is considered a pioneer in space programmes and its Indian counterpart, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), has also firmly planted its feet as a name to be reckoned with after its groundbreaking achievements. ...

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WhatsApp pinned chats now available for Android users

Mobile messaging service WhatsApp has launched pinned chats feature for all Android users. With pinned chats, you never have to worry about scrolling through the long list of conversations to text your family members or your best friend. “Users can ...

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Google I/O 2017: Our focus has now shifted from a mobile first approach to an AI first one, Sundar Pichai

May 18,2017 California – Google I/O, the search giant’s annual developer conference was kicked off with the announcement of a fundamental shift in the company’s focus. Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced that the company will now move from a mobile ...

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No, MP3 is not dead

MP3 is only set free. MP3, the much popular audio format famous for its small size, has now got its licensing program terminated. The Fraunhofer Institute, the developer of the format, recently said it had ended the “licensing program for ...

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Apple begins production of iPhone SE model in India

Apple has begun assembling iPhone SE models with Wistron Corporation IAN | May 17,2017  Mumbai – In a bid to gain foothold in the fast-growing Indian smartphone market, Apple on Wednesday announced commencement of initial production of its popular iPhone SE ...

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Meet the Indian teen who has developed world’s smallest satellite for Nasa

KalamSat, developed by Tamil Nadu’s Rifath Sharook, will be launched by Nasa rocket on June 21 New Delhi, May 15,2017: When the US’ National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) launches the world’s smallest satellite KalamSat on June 21, it will ...

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