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Domino’s Pizza Debuting Autonomous Delivery Robot

Domino’s New Zealand has introduced the world’s first pizza delivery droid. The three-foot-tall pepperoni purveyor delivers “piping hot meals” and has a “cheeky personality,” said the company. And his appearance is creating something of a stir down under. Developed in Australia, the “autonomous delivery vehicle” is half Wall-E, half baby carriage, with a sprinkling of

Major Kernel Update for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Released and Patches 13 Issues

Few days back, Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, posted two new security notices on multiple Linux kernel vulnerabilities patched for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) and Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf) operating systems. To learn more information on the subject and know what’s patched in this major kernel update for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, we recommend reading

Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 launched with Android V4.3 and an HD display

Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 key specifications: 5.2-inch HD TFT display with a resolution of 720×1280 pixels 1.2GHz quad-core processor 1.5GB of RAM Dual-SIM (GSM+GSM) 8-megapixel autofocus rear camera with LED flash 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera 8GB inbuilt storage, which is further expandable up to 64GB via microSD card Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS/ AGPS,

How to get the new Gmail inbox with tabbed interface

Recently Google announced a new update for Gmail, by adding a new tabbed interface that seperates emails by categories, hence reducing clutter. While many are still waiting for the update, but little known was the fact that users need to manually activate it by tinkering around with their Gmail inbox settings. Users need to go

Hacker turns Google Glass into drone controller | Video Updated

A security researcher has reportedly used a JavaScript code in order to turn Google’s wearable computing eyegear Google Glass into a drone controller. Blaine Bublitz experimented with a JavaScript program called node.js. to create a program to tweak for different controllers and vehicles. Bublitz was successful in his experiment and is now able to control

HTC Zara leaked picture & specifications

HTC has been in the news recently due to its inability to come the upcoming HTC One Max out of the leaks, but it seems the company is also working on a mid-range smartphone, the HTC Zara. The alleged mid-range smartphone, HTC Zara is no stranger to the rumour mills itself, having been spotted doing

How to disable Windows start-up programs without any special software application

Often you will be experiencing slow down in computer speed at start-up, it is because you will have lot of programs at your start-up. If you can disable those unnecessary programs, you can gain speed and run smoothlyt. To disable Windows start-up programs without any special software application, Please follow this procedure: Step1: Open Run

WhatsApp adds voice messaging and crosses 300 mn monthly active users

Messaging app WhatsApp has now added the voice messaging feature, thereby enabling users to send voice notes to other WhatsApp users. The company announced the availability of this new feature while announcing that it has now hit the 300 million monthly active users mark. The company has started rolling out the voice messaging feature for

Microsoft Office 365 University Four Year Subscription For Rs. 4199 In India

Microsoft, the software giant, has announced its product – Microsoft Office 365 University in India for both full-time and part-time students of accredited colleges and universities. Targetting thousands of colleges in India, Microsoft has made this product available only for purchase via online system. Office 365 University is also going to be made accessible to

Facebook paid bug hunters $1 mn, India is the 2nd biggest recipient

Facebook said it has paid over USD 1 million in the past two years to security researchers who report bugs on its website, with India second among recipients by country. India, which has over 78 million Facebook users, is also second on the list of countries with the fastest-growing number of recipients of its Bug