Google Fixes Critical PNG Security Bug, but Millions of Android Smartphones Still Vulnerable

Google recently began the rollout of the February 2019 Android security update that addresses a total of 42 issues and fixes vulnerabilities of varying severity levels. But if you think this is just a regular security update, you might want to reconsider. One of the vulnerabilities fixed by Google could allow a hacker to seed […]

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PS4 and Xbox One Are at Their Lowest Prices Ever. Right Time to Buy?

On this episode, we talk about the next Xbox and PlayStation and how it affects current generation gaming consoles. Games editor Rishi Alwani and friend of the podcast Mikhail Madnani join host Pranay Parab to discuss. First we talk about the latest leaks and rumours surrounding the next Xbox and the PS5. Here we talk […]

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Flipkart Super Value Week Sale, Offers: Realme 2 Pro, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Honor 9N, and Others Get Discounts, Exchange Deals

Flipkart on Monday kicked off the ‘Super Value Week’ in India that is aimed to offer new smartphones at discounted prices. The Flipkart sale, which began February 4 and will last until February 8, also brings exchange offers to deliver an additional Rs. 1,000 discount in lieu of your old phone. Prominent handsets that are […]

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Jet Crisis Could Mean “Bad Optics” For PM Modi Ahead Of National Election

Prime Minister Narendra Modi rode to power five years ago on his business friendly credentials and the promise of generating millions of jobs. Now an airline is on the verge of collapse, bringing PM Modi’s image under attack just months before national elections. Struggling in a competitive market where basic air fares can get as […]

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Hubble Space Telescope’s most advanced camera shut down: NASA

Launched in 1990, the world’s first space telescope helped confirm the theory that the universe is expanding, lending credence to the Big Bang theory. The operations of the Hubble Space Telescope’s most technologically advanced camera have been suspended after it encountered a hardware problem, NASA said. Advertising However, the telescope will continue to perform science […]

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Iris eye technology proves a cut above biometric system

Being introduced at all 344 fair price shops across Rajanna-Sircilla Iris eye technology has come to the rescue of the State government in ensuring transparency in the distribution of essential commodities through PDS as biometric system has proved a hassle in many ways. The biometric system fails to identify beneficiaries who are old, or those […]

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NASA Spacecraft Sets Off On Hunt For Moons That Spun Off Ultima Thule

The piano-sized New Horizon is travelling deep into the ring of celestial bodies known as the Kuiper Belt looking for small, icy moons that spun off the snowman-shaped Ultima Thule. After studying a space rock some 4 billion miles (6.4 billion km) from Earth, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft set off on a new hunt for […]

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NASA’s shares first picture of Ultima Thule; Netizens respond with hilarious memes

NASA tweeted along with a picture of the distant object and netizens flooded the post with hilarious memes. While some compared it to an inverted snowman, others said that it looked like a “pancake”. The official Twitter handle of NASA recently shared the first picture of UltimaThule — the distant world — taken by its […]

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