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Google Doodle celebrates priest who proposed Big Bang theory

Google’s “doodle” for Tuesday, July 17 celebrates the 124th birthday of the Belgian priest who formulated the Big Bang theory. Fr Georges Lemaître was professor of physics at the ...Read More...

40,000 school classrooms turn ‘hi-tech’ in Kerala

In southern Indian state of Kerala,  schools are fast becoming digital with hi-tech classrooms equipped with advanced gadgets, including laptops and multi-media projectors, coming up in over 40,000 classrooms ...Read More...

WhatsApp launches feature to highlight forwarded messages

WhatsApp, on July 10, announced the launch of a new feature globally that will highlight when a message has been forwarded versus composed by the sender. The move follows ...Read More...

Kerala to Use Blockchain Technology in Food Supply,Distribution

The government of Kerala, is turning to blockchain tech to organize the supply chain process of everyday groceries. The new project will specifically look to streamline the supply chain ...Read More...

NASA sends human sperm to space

Human sperm has been sent to the International Space Station (ISS) for the first time, as NASA tries to find out if humans could ever conceive in space. Carried ...Read More...

Vatican to host its first hackathon

Vatican City: A “hackathon” is a hacking marathon: a collaborative computer programming event in which a group works under a tight deadline to find software or programming approaches to ...Read More...

World’s first passenger drone makes debut

The world’s first passenger drone has made its first public flight in China, taking off from Guangzhou City. With the newly developed EHang 184, all passengers need to do ...Read More...

Indian text holds oldest recorded example of a zero

The symbol “0” is a familiar sight, but its origins are far from certain. A recent batch of carbon dating is causing the history of mathematics to be rewritten, as ...Read More...

India to send 300,000 youth to Japan for on-job training

About 50,000 of them may also get jobs in Japan.Read More...

Microsoft Paint to be killed off after 32 years

Microsoft’s next Windows 10 update, called the Autumn (or Fall in the US) Creators Update, will bring a variety of new features. But one long-standing stalwart of the Windows experience ...Read More...
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