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Eco-sensitive zones to be identified soon

Eco-sensitive zones to be identified soon

In order to finish the longpending issue of declaring eco-sensitive zones around various protected forest areas in the state, the department of forests has recently constituted various committees. The committees have…

Sony Xperia GX closer to launch

Sony Xperia GX closer to launch

The international version of Sony Xperia GX may be launched this year, according to reports on talk.sonymobile.com. The reports say that leaked images of Sony LT29i, codenamed Xperia Hayabusa, bear…

Einstein was right… higher you live, faster you age!

Einstein was right… higher you live, faster you age!

The true nature of Albert Einstein’s theory that time is a relative concept and the higher you live above sea level, the faster you should age, has been demonstrated with…

Strange and sudden massive ice sheet melt in Greenland: Nasa

Strange and sudden massive ice sheet melt in Greenland: Nasa

Scientists say there has been a freak event in Greenland this month: Nearly every part of the massive ice sheet that blankets the island suddenly started melting. Even Greenland’s coldest…

Nokia pinning all its hopes on Windows Phone 8 to boost growth

Nokia pinning all its hopes on Windows Phone 8 to boost growth

Nokia is pinning all its hopes on Windows Phone 8 as the company is expected to be among the first manufacturers to launch Windows Phone 8 devices in the fourth…

Stephen Hawking launches supercomputer

Stephen Hawking launches supercomputer

Renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has launched the most powerful shared-memory supercomputer in Europe. Hawking anticipates that the COSMOS supercomputer, manufactured by SGI and the first system of its kind,…

PM’s panel to study mobile tower radiation impact

PM’s panel to study mobile tower radiation impact

The government has decided to set up an expert panel to chart out a time-bound action plan for an in-depth study of the impact of radiation emanating from cell phone…

Curiosity, NASA’s Mars rover scheduled for launch this week

Curiosity, NASA’s Mars rover scheduled for launch this week

NASA’s ambitious trip to the red planet to check for itself if life sustainance is possible, will now see the light of the day with the launch scheduled for this…

In a Samsung Galaxy far, far away … will Android still rule?

In a Samsung Galaxy far, far away … will Android still rule?

Samsung Electronicsis the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer and biggest user of Google’s Android operating system. And, for some, that’s the problem. Samsung’s meteoric rise – in the first quarter of…

Social media throws up new challenge to the Games

Social media throws up new challenge to the Games

The explosion of social networking offers huge opportunities to the IOC, but with much of its revenues dependent on the billion-dollar deals agreed with broadcasters, the body overseeing the Games…