| 2012 | January | 18

  • TCAS, collision avoidance system of trains successful

    Hyderabad, Oct 18 (): Indian Railways has successfully tried out a technology called the Train Collision Avoidance System (TCAS), on Tuesday around 150 km away from Hyderabad. TCAS technology is based on combination of Radio Frequency and GPS enabled technology. It applies brakes with no intervention of loco, the train pilots as soon as it…

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  • Swipe launches All In One Dual SIM Tablet in India

    New Delhi, Oct 18 (): California-based Swipe Telecom has announced its dual-sim tablet named Swipe Tab All-in-One in India at a Price of Rs. 11,999. Swipe All-in-one Tab is the first dual sim tablet launched in India. It runs in Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. This tablet features a chocolate-brown body with a…

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  • Second Obama-Romney debate draws 65.6 million viewers

    Washington, Oct 18 (): The second presidential debate, which was more combative, between President Barack Obama and Romney attracted as many as 65.6 million persons, Nielsen said. However, less than 1.5 million people watched first debate held before two weeks, between Obama and Romney, when spectators gave low scores to Obama’s performance. The debate was…

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  • Curiosity rover may be littering Mars

    Oct 18 (): NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover is apparently spoiling the Red planet. The pictures sent back by Mars rover shows a bright little object lying in Martian dirt. A close look at the object suggests that it is a small piece of plastic cover that has dropped from the robot. This discovery has made…

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  • CGTR Review : Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu rocks

    Hyderabad, Oct 18 (): Power star Pawan Kalyan’s Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu directed by Puri Jagannath is one of the most anticipated Tollywood movies of this year. The movie has gripped in Pawanism fever among his fans and is expected to break many earlier records of Pawan Kalyan as well as Tollywood film industry. RATING:…

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  • Sir Roger Moore eyeing return to James Bond

    London, Oct 18 (ANI): Sir Roger Moore has revealed that he wishes to make a comeback to the famous Bond franchise – not as the famous spy but as his nemesis. The 85-year-old actor, who played the suave super spy seven times, would love a change in role so he won’t have to say ‘My…

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  • How to erase unwanted memories

    Washington, October 18 (ANI): Scientists have discovered not one, but two ways in which the brain allows us to voluntarily forget unwanted memories. The findings may explain how individuals can cope with undesirable experiences and could lead to the development of treatments to improve disorders of memory control. “This study is the first demonstration of…

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