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India IT Firms May Raise Fees to Counter Dearer US Visas

India’s export-driven IT outsourcing firms are likely to raise client fees and process more work from their centres in India to cushion the impact of an increase in fees for

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New Self-Adaptive Material Heals Itself, Stays Tough

Scientists have invented a self-adaptive material that heals itself and bounces back from extraordinary compression which may be useful for tissue engineering or lightweight structural applications. The material created by

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Uber Launches ‘Trip Experiences’ API on Its Developer Platform

At Uber’s first ever Asian hackathon held in Bengaluru on Tuesday, taxi aggregator Uber announced the launch of its Global API called Trip Experiences. Launched on developers.uber.com, it lets startups

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LeTV’s Le Max, Le 1s India Launch Set for January 20

Chinese firm LeTV has started sending media invites for an event on January 20 where the company is expected to launch its first phones in India. The company is likely

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India Outstrips Canada to Join Top 3 Porn-Watching Nations

The verdict is out. Ban or no ban, India is watching more porn than ever. In 2015, India knocked out Canada to grab the third position – after the US

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Trend Micro Antivirus Vulnerability Left Users Open to Attack

Security firm Trend Micro has released an update for its antivirus suite that among other things fixes a vulnerability that allowed an attacker to execute malicious code on an affected

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New SuperMHL cable can bring 8K content to your TV

NEW DELHI: Porting 8K (7680x4320p) content from your desktop to the TV can become a breeze with the new SuperMHL cable. The MHL Consortium has proposed that the SuperMHL should

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This Google Chrome extension alerts women to stop saying “sorry” at work

NEW YORK: Saying sorry might sound like good manners but a new app is helping women to stop apologizing so often that they undermine their authority, particularly in the workplace.

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Crash rate of self-driving cars less than conventional cars

WASHINGTON: Self-driving cars are involved in fewer crashes on average than vehicles with a driver behind the wheel, a study released on Friday by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute shows.

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Renault-Nissan alliance plans self-driving cars over next four years

SAN FRANCISCO: The alliance between automakers Renault and Nissan will launch more than 10 cars with self-driving technology over the next four years in the United States, Europe, China and

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