Technology

Bioelectronics Will Revolutionise Our Future

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To put things simply, bioelectronics is simply the combination of biology and electronics. Biology’s association with electronics isn’t new by any timeline. We’ve had medical imaging techniques as well as the invention of pacemaker. Over the past several generations, electronic devices have been leading revolutions in the field of biology and medicine. The first reference to bioelectronics,

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Technology

Is there an end to Moore’s law?

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The price of technology always declines with time. Ever wondered why? Sure, there’s more demand which aids better R&D. But this is incomplete without something else – Moore’s law. Sound familiar? Before we start off, a bit of a refresher if you’re hearing this for the first time. Like most laws, this one is named after the man

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Technology

HyperX Launches New Savage SATA-based SSD

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“Caution: High Speed Object. Only For Dudes.” -The HyperX Savage SSD Team ‘Time moves in one direction, memory in another.’ When William Gibson, the American-Canadian novelist, had made this statement he didn’t intend to symbolize a Hard Disc Drive, which actually rotates disks anticlockwise while storing your memories (data). But, we do. HDD has been

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Entertainment

Un-freedom Banned in India

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Un-freedom, the very word provokes many inner thoughts related to freedom and society. Before going deeper into the subject, a food for thought-after 68years of independence from British rule, have we really got freedom? Did our freedom fighters fight to produce such a country which is now bound by various mindless, meaningless social norms that

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Entertainment

The Hobbit arrives on DVD & Blu-Ray

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The legacy of an epic fantasy, packed into a beautiful poetry in motion, expanding to some exceptional performances and astoundingly marvelous screenplay- that’s what ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies’ simply is. It embarks the legacy of director Peter Jackson, and marks itself as the last movie of cinematographer Andrew Lesnie and The

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