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5 Amazing & Free Productive Android Apps

Mar 20, 2012 No Comments

Here are some Android apps you will definitely love as they help you with daily tasks to perform them fast and efficiently without wasting time: (Click on the titles to visit these apps on Google Play (Formerly Android Market) 1. Expense Manager This free app allows you to log your spending by creating various accounts [...]

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Five IELTS Tips For A Good Band

Mar 19, 2012 No Comments

Going to take IELTS soon? Well it’s very easy for you if you have studied English all the way along your schooling. IELTS doesn’t require any tough high level vocabulary, it’s all matter of technique and few strategies which can help you achieve a good band. We share some tips that will surely help you [...]

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Sex Deprived Male Flies Turn To Alcohol To Meet Physiological Demands

Mar 16, 2012 No Comments

Drosophila melanogaster, a male fruit fly chooses to fulfill its physiological demands through alcohol after being deprived of having sex, the study finds. The findings will help to understand the human behavior and cure this addiction. The study revealed that the mating male flies were not attracted towards alcohol despite being exposed to it where [...]

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Qantas Offering Wi-Fi On International Flights With A380 Aircraft

Mar 14, 2012 No Comments

Qantas, the Australian airline has started offering wi-fi during flight on a eight-week trial basis on six of their A380 aircraft operating international flights between Australia and United States. Before this some airlines in US are offering wi-fi through on-ground towers but this restricts to the availability of internet only in US airspace. Satellite based [...]

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Britannica Encyclopedia Print Comes To An End After 244 Years

Mar 14, 2012 No Comments

After some 244 years of printing, the world’s famous reference book, the Britannica Encyclopedia printing is coming to an end, following the dawn of digital era. The encyclopedia will no more be printed in several volumes and instead, only digital form will be available. Britannica has been published since 1768, from Edinburgh, Scotland. It was [...]

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Formula 1 2012 Timing & Track Positioning App Available Now For Blackberry Users

Mar 12, 2012 No Comments

Good news for the blackberry smartphone owners, they can now get all the live times and track positions of drivers on their phone using the exclusive timing and track positioning app launched for phones with 5.0 OS or higher. The 20£ app is worth every penny as it offers real-time track positioning, live timing data, [...]

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First 747-8 Intercontinental Plane Delivered to Unidentified Customer

Feb 29, 2012 No Comments

World’s longest aircraft Boeing 747-8′s  VIP version has finally been delivered to an unidentified customer. B747 is the latest variant of Boeing 747, also known as jumbo jet. The delivery is the first one of the eight 747-8Is to be delivered this year. The one delivered recently is a VIP configured jet, with Qatar government [...]

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Road Lights To be Dimmed in UK To Save Energy

Feb 25, 2012 No Comments

Highway agency in UK has proposed to dim the street lights during less busy timings in a bid to save energy and reduce carbon emissions. Research will begin soon to determine the best time bracket in which the lights could be dimmed without compromising security on A roads. “The level of light reduction will be [...]

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Acer Announces Liquid Glow Android Smartphone

Feb 25, 2012 No Comments

Acer has added another Android handset to its range of smartphone products by unveiling Liquid Glow smartphone, powered by Android 4.0. The phone will be shown at Mobile World Congress 2012 coming week. It reportedly features a 3.7 inch screen with 5MP camera and NFC functionality. Its casing is soft and easy to hold. It [...]

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New Specie of Sea Snake Found in Australia

Feb 23, 2012 No Comments

According to findings published in Zootaxaby Associate Professor Bryan Fry from The University of Queensland’s (UQ) School of Biological Sciences, a new specie of sea snake has been discovered in the Gulf of Carpenteria, northern Australia. The new specie Hydrophis donaldii had been earlier not properly surveyed despite it being potentially known to exist. It’s [...]

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