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Working from home? Here are remedies to some tech headaches you are bound to face
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Working from home? Here are remedies to some tech headaches you are bound to face

The biggest lesson for working from home: Less is better, especially fewer gadgets and fewer work apps.

Can the internet handle the strain of everyone working from home? Or will it buckle under pressure?
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Can the internet handle the strain of everyone working from home? Or will it buckle under pressure?

On top of that, home networks — such as the Wi-Fi routers that residents set up — can be finicky.

Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to address climate crisis through new Bezos Earth Fund
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Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to address climate crisis through new Bezos Earth Fund

He said the grant will fund scientists, activists and NGO's to explore new ways of fighting the impact of climate change.

Sue Finely, NASA's human computer, has no plans to stop working at the age of 82
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Sue Finely, NASA's human computer, has no plans to stop working at the age of 82

She is a math whizz and one of NASA's longest-serving women employees who has worked on many missions.

These five innovations put humans on the Moon and changed our way of life on Earth
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These five innovations put humans on the Moon and changed our way of life on Earth

The race to put a human being on the Moon culminated with the Apollo 11 mission and Neil Armstrong.

AI tool predicts extreme weather correctly from cloud patterns 99 percent of the time
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AI tool predicts extreme weather correctly from cloud patterns 99 percent of the time

The AI outperforms other weather-detecting methods by accurately predicting 64% of severe weather events.

Huawei is reportedly releasing its own Android alternative called indeoenOS this Fall
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Huawei is reportedly releasing its own Android alternative called indeoenOS this Fall

indeoenOS is said to come to devices this Fall or early next year on phones, computers, tablets, TVs.

Machines No Threat to Mathematicians
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Machines No Threat to Mathematicians

Computers can check every proof provided by mathematicians in asserting a theory but they can’t be trained to imagine like humans to build analogies between subdisciplines

TikTok: We don't laugh at the material on the app, we mourn what we have lost in the process of becoming 'appropriate'
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TikTok: We don't laugh at the material on the app, we mourn what we have lost in the process of becoming 'appropriate'

Far from the sedate 'appropriateness' of Facebook and Twitter, TikTok provides users with an outlet for creativity and idiosyncrasy

Technology has adversely impacted the life of the elderly: Study
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Technology has adversely impacted the life of the elderly: Study

The 23 city report by HelpAge India states, 65 per cent elderly found their families paying a lot of attention to phones and computers disrespectful.

People addicted to smartphones are more likely to feel depressed, anxious and lonely: Study
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People addicted to smartphones are more likely to feel depressed, anxious and lonely: Study

Study said loneliness is partly a consequence of replacing face-to-face interaction with a form of communication where body language cannot be interpreted.

China accused of spying on African Union by media; Beijing calls claim absurd, continental body plays down allegations
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China accused of spying on African Union by media; Beijing calls claim absurd, continental body plays down allegations

China's ambassador to the African Union denounced as "absurd" a report by French newspaper Le Monde alleging that Beijing has been spying on the continental body.

MIT researchers develop a new technique which can speed up optical quantum computers
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MIT researchers develop a new technique which can speed up optical quantum computers

Quantum computers use a physical property of quantum particles called as "superposition" which causes speedup in calculations.

Zebra Technologies has introduced mobile devices to improve healthcare
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Zebra Technologies has introduced mobile devices to improve healthcare

Two new purpose-built mobile handheld Zebra Technologies healthcare devices to improve clinical mobility workflows and patient care.

Demand for electronic products in India expected to reach $400 billion by 2020
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Demand for electronic products in India expected to reach $400 billion by 2020

The demand for electronic products in India is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 41 percent during 2017-20 to reach $400 billion by 2020.

Apple CEO Tim Cook urges MIT graduates to infuse development of technology with their own values
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Apple CEO Tim Cook urges MIT graduates to infuse development of technology with their own values

Speaking to thousands of students at MIT, Apple CEO, Tim Cook praised the benefits of new devices and social media. But he also cautioned that the same technologies.

This new device can convert heat wasted from computers into alternative source of energy
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This new device can convert heat wasted from computers into alternative source of energy

"If you think about it, whatever you do with electricity you should (also) be able to do with heat energy, because they are similar in many ways."

Digital services provider Lucideus starts Cyber Whiz Kids; a cyber security awareness course  for youth
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Digital services provider Lucideus starts Cyber Whiz Kids; a cyber security awareness course for youth

In a bid to bring awareness among the youth regarding the growing cyber attacks and cyberbullying, Delhi-based IT risk assessment and digital security services provider Lucideus on Monday launched a first-of-its-kind cybersecurity course.

Doctors say overuse of electronic gadgets could trigger early ageing
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Doctors say overuse of electronic gadgets could trigger early ageing

Excessive use of electronic gadgets including mobile phones and tablets can cause "tech neck" that leads to early signs of ageing,health experts have warned

Computers and Warrants: Some Senators Oppose Justice Plan
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Computers and Warrants: Some Senators Oppose Justice Plan

A bipartisan group of senators took a first step Thursday to blocking a Justice Department proposal that they say would make it too easy for the government to hack into computers during investigations. The proposal would change a rule of federal criminal procedure that generally permits judges to approve warrants for property searches only in the districts where they serve.