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World’s thinnest laptop

World’s thinnest laptop

HP is set to launch its much awaited HP Spectre 13.3 in India on June 21, 2016. It is supposedly the thinnest laptop in the world now, beating the Apple’s Macbook Air. This laptop is coming with the most amazing features which include: 4mm thin composition 6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor Windows 10 Home

Dinosaur footprint found in Rajasthan

The footprints are found in Thaiyat, Jaiselmer and belong to the carnivore dinosaur, Pterosaurus or the flying dinosaur. The first footprint, which is about 5cm long, is left there by a small dinosaur and is called by a specific name i.e. Grallator. The second footprint is about 30cm long and must have been left by

Tricks that iPhone users don’t know

Charge your phone faster: Tired of waiting for your phone to recharge? Well there is a way to speed up the process and its surprisingly simple – just put the phone on Airplane mode. This will speed up the charging. Take better photos: We all know that tapping the screen while taking a photo will

Woman Like Figure Captured On Mars: Let’s Look Some Other Images Have Been Captured

NASA’s car-sized robotic rover which was launched in the year 2011 to explore Mars has sent off an image that shows a woman-like figure on the planet. The rover has supplied another image which features a tentacle-bearing monster. This is not for the first time though that the scientists and researchers have rolled open such

“I Dream Of Digital India Where Citizens Are Empowered Citizens,” Says PM Narendra Modi

“I dream of a digital India where 1.2 billion connected Indians drive innovation.” “I dream of a digital India where knowledge is strength and empowers people.” “I dream of digital India where government proactively engages with citizens on social media.” “I dream of a digital India where government is open and governance is transparent.” “I

Venus, Jupiter Put Amazing Night Show At Dusk Across The Skies

This celestial spectacle will happen on the night of June 30 in the United States and other western countries, and in Australia and the East, including India on July 1. NASA says that sky gazers should be able to see Venus as a waning crescent, and Jupiter surrounded by its moons. Last weekend Venus, Jupiter

NASA Explains Why June 30 Will Be 1 Second Longer

“The Earth’s rotation is gradually slowing down a bit, so leap seconds are a way to account for that,” said Daniel MacMillan, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. This is the case according to the time standard that people use in their daily lives – Coordinated Universal Time or UTC. UTC is ‘atomic