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Apple Has Now Started Selling its New Gadgets for its Consumers

The firm has now initiated its sales of the new iPad Pro along with its Mac Mini and MacBook Air. The retail sales were presented last week at an event that happened in New York. Also, Apple has news ...  Read More

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Mahindra and Ford join hands to develop SUVs and small e-vehicles

Mahindra Group and Ford Motor Company will jointly develop midsize and compact sports utility vehicles and a small electric vehicle as part of several initiatives announced Thursda...   Read More

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If Elon Musk delivers what is asked, he will become the richest man on planet!

A new payment plan for the CEO was approved by Tesla shareholders on Wednesday, 21st of March, a spokesperson confirmed. It is believed to be the biggest share-based pay...   Read More

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Japan to produce a cheap film like panels that could harness solar energy

As an island nation with a millennia-long history, Japan’s approach to the guardianship of its land and resources are different from those of other nations. Keeping this in v...   Read More

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Uber suspends autonomous car testing in four cities

Uber found itself to be the first clog in the evolution of autonomous cars, when one of its self-driven testing cars ran over a pedestrian at Tempe, Arizona. Despite having a backu...   Read More

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WADA to use AI to reveal irregularities in Athletes data

The World Anti-doping Agency (WADA), intends to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) in its fight against doping, as recently announced by organization’s director general, Oliver...   Read More

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X-box Controller introduced in the US Navy Submarine

The latest journey to defend the country has just begun with USS Colorado, US Navy’s Virginia class submarine going into service on Saturday 17th March, from Naval Submarine ...   Read More

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Taiwan based electronics company, Elitegroup Computer Systems launches the World’s smallest PC in India

A Taiwan based company launched the world’s first smallest computer in India on Tuesday.The company which is behind the making of this PC  is The Elitegroup computer systems. T...   Read More

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Stephen Hawking – The Inspiration Lives On

Stephen Hawking, one of the most rational minds of our time passes away, leaving behind an enormous reserve of knowledge and thought-provoking wonder. Hawking’s bestseller &l...   Read More

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Potus Puts His Weight Down to Stop the Qualcomm-Broadcom Merger

The on-going Qualcomm-Broadcom drama took an unprecedented turn on Monday when President Trump issued an executive order to terminate the hostile merger of the tech-giants on the b...   Read More

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If you get up in the morning and think the future is going to be better, it is a bright day. Otherwise, it's not, says Elon Musk

With a lot of unwanted things happening in the world, do not fret; the world is still blessed with more than a few brilliant human beings who are paving the way for a better f...   Read More


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