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Google App to answer complex questions soon


Google has updated its mobile app to better understand complex queries and decipher the meaning of questions.Following the introduction of Knowledge Graph in 2012, which provided information on individual brands, countries and public figures, Google is now seeking to understand the meaning of questions, rather than simply understanding each component of a phrase individually. “We can now break down a ... Read More »

Why Japan keep falling into recession again


After Japan’s economy shrank 0.8 percent on an annualised basis in the third quarter, the country has declared the state of recession again. The world’s third largest economy has fallen into recession for the 4th time since the global financial crisis. Here is all you should know about the recession in Japan: • The contraction is said to be relatively ... Read More »

5 health benefits of the humble fruit amla


This humble fruit, also known as the Indian gooseberry, is one of the most important foods in Ayurvedic medicine and is a storehouse of good health. It has almost twice the antioxidant power of acai berry and about 17 times that of the pomegranate. Use this inexpensive wonder fruit to stay well this winter. Here are some of amla’s health ... Read More »

NASA releases the stunning Images of dwarf planet


NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft recently captured the image of dwarf planet in our solar system, which is now being called the ‘Psychedelic Pluto’. The planet is in rainbow colours Here are some key facts you need to know about the image: • By using the principal component analysis technique the NASA scientists crated the image that highlights the “many subtle ... Read More »

Facebook Launched Safety Check for Paris Friends


SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook launched a check-in feature to let people know that friends in Paris were safe after a series of bombings and shootings in the French capital killed at least 120 people. The “Paris Terror Attacks” safety check let people signal whether they were out of harm’s way, then notified all those they know at the leading social network. ... Read More »

President Mukherjee greets nation on Children’s Day eve


President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday said in a message that on the eve of Children’s Day we should encourage children to dream big about the future of our nation and explore their potential to the full. In a message to the Ministry of Women and Child Development, President Mukherjee said, “I am happy to know that the Ministry of Women ... Read More »

U.S. bomber pact in contrast to Indian Rafale deal


The United States announced the contract for building the next generation long-range strike bombers at a whopping $55 billion (Rs.3,57,500 crore), providing a stunning contrast to the way India has gone about concluding the purchase of Rafale fighters from France. Pentagon selected the U.S. defence major Northrop Grumman to build a fleet of stealth bombers that can strike deep inside ... Read More »

A Film Explaining Einstein’s Theory of Relativity by A High School Student Won $250,000.


Ryan Chester ,Ohio high school senior became the inaugural winner of a new college scholarship on Sunday night, winning $250,000 for his 7-minute film that uses simple props and hand-drawn graphics to explain Einstein’s special theory of relativity. Besides winning that money for himself, Chester also won $100,000 for a new science lab at his school in the Cleveland suburbs, ... Read More »