• Google is working on a new operating system named Fuchsia

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    1: 'Pink + Purple == Fuchsia (a new Operating System).' Here's a puzzle: Google appears to have started work on a completely new operating system, but no one knows quite what it's for. The project's name is Fuchsia, and it currently exists as a growing pile of code on the search giant's code depository and on GitHub, too. The fledgling OS has a number of interesting features, but so far Google has yet to comment on its intended function. All we really know is that this looks like a fresh start for Google, as the operating system does not use the Linux kernel — a core of basic code that under...Read More


  • China to launch first quantum communication satellite

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    1: Chinese scientists are ready to conduct experiments on quantum communications after the country launches the world's first quantum satellite at the end of this month. Quantum communication boasts ultra-high security as a quantum photon can neither be separated nor duplicated. It is hence impossible to wiretap, intercept or crack the information transmitted through it. Anton Zeilinger, an Austrian physicist at the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, says that the upcoming experiment is of great significance as it is related to long-distance data transmission and commun...Read More


  • Google’s Gmail will now warn users of malicious links in messages

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    1: Gmail on Android and the web will warn users if they receive a message with a dangerous or malicious link. Google’s Gmail is getting a new security update on Android and the web, where it will warn users if they receive a message with a dangerous or malicious link. Google’s App Security blog posted they will warn users if they receive a message that can’t be authenticated with Sender Policy Framework (SPF) or DKIM. Users’ will notice a question mark appear next to the sender’s profile photo, corporate logo or avatar, highlighting a potential risk. Google’s blogpost on the Gmail updates s...Read More


  • Reliance Jio: HP users can get JioFi devices with free preview offer

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    1: Reliance Jio has introduced a new offer for HP India customers where they can buy a JioFi 2 hotspot device Reliance Jio’s 4G services will launch in the coming months for sure, and currently there are preview offers running where users can starting experiencing the service. Now Reliance has introduced a new offer for HP India customers where they can buy a JioFi 2 hotspot device and get access to the comapny’s 4G Internet services. According to a report on TelecomTalk, HP India customers will need an email from HP giving them preview to the Jio 4G service. Then they have to take the letter...Read More


  • Hyundai’s plug-in hybrid car Ioniq to launch in India next year

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    1: The modern car has been running on petroleum based fuel ever since it was invented but things are about to change very soon. Tesla has been aggressively working on making electric cars and hybrid cars have already started selling in a variety of markets. While India is still a niche market for such cars, it will need cars relying less on fossil fuels to curb the rising pollution. Korea based car maker Hyundai, which is currently the second largest car manufacturer in India, is expected to launch its own hybrid car called Ioniq in India by 2017. The car made its first appearance at the G...Read More