Technology

High Speed Internet in India via Dish Antenna? SpaceX approached TRAI

According to a new report. Elon Musk’s SpaceX team has approached the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) for permission to start their StarLink satellite internet in India. It is expected that more details will be released soon. The StarLink system will be able to bring high-speed internet to any …

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Ibis Medical Equipment and Systems come up with Disinfectant System for Rapid Disinfection

Kochi Ibis Medical Equipment and Systems Pvt. Ltd. come up with Ultraviolet (UV-C) Disinfectant System for Rapid Disinfection of Infected Areas. This device is capable of rapidly disinfecting areas with high levels of germs during the Kovid outbreak. Razkov UVC disinfectant system is powered by ultraviolet germicidal radiation (UVGI). It …

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China Opposes App ban on Wechat ; Demands to Revoke ban on WeChat, other apps

Social media app Wechat is one of the 59 Chinese apps that India first banned. China, which remained silent for a month after the ban, has now said it wants to rectify the mistake. Ji Rong, a spokesman for the Chinese embassy, ​​said they had heard reports of a ban …

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Microsoft Bing Crew Launches COVID-19 Tracking Portal

While Google is nonetheless working on a coronavirus screening and monitoring website, Microsoft Bing crew has already launched a net portal for monitoring COVID-19 infections worldwide.The website, handy at bing.com/covid, affords updated  information for every country.The COVID019 Tracker currently lists 168,835 as whole verified cases, 84,558 cases, 77,761 recovered instances …

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Avast releases AI-based software to block phishing attacks

New Delhi, Oct 12 : Global cybersecurity firm Avast on Friday released an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based software to block phishing attacks. The software, Avast 2019, is a free and premium flagship consumer security product, the Prague, Czech Republic-headquartered company said in a statement. Powered by AI, the product is designed to …

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Australian students use robotics to design room that changes shape

Sydney, Sep 19 : Combining machine learning and kinetic architecture, a team of computational design students in Australia have developed a unique origami-style meeting room that can learn human behaviour and change shape in response to the behaviour of people. The interactive Centaur Pod is set to adapt to external environmental …

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