Author Archives: Loknath Das

Grab A Great PC Game For Free From The Humble Store Right Now

If Psychonauts is not already part of your PC game library, you can add it free of charge right now. The Humble Store is giving away the Double Fine game for free, but you’ll have to act quickly to claim your copy. Grabbing the game is as simple as adding it to your cart–do so here–and checking out. You’ll need a Humble account in order ... Read More »

Dell is selling our favorite budget gaming laptop for $800 right now

Bargains are in a bit of a lull before the holidays arrive, but there are still a few decent deals out there. Right now, Dell is offering a 15-inch gaming laptop with a Core i5 Kaby Lake processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card for $800, and IPS screen. That last detail—the IPS screen—makes this price ... Read More »

FIFA U-17 World Cup: WB students will get 5000 free passes for each match

India is eagerly waiting to hold the FIFA U-17 World Cup at Kolkata’s Salt Lake Stadium from October 8, and for the students of the state, the West Bengal government is doing its best to make it an event to remember. A senior official from the WB Education department stated that they are making arrangements to provide the school and ... Read More »

Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note8 ad has nothing to do with productivity

Samsung’s Galaxy Note8 has just gone live in 42 countries on Friday and Samsung has released its first full-length television ad for it. What better way to appeal to an audience by invoking emotion? In the newest Galaxy Note8 ad, love is the theme and two actors portray a brand-new couple who are figuring out their feelings for each other. The couple communicates with ... Read More »

Google Chrome will start blocking noisy autoplay videos in January

Google is taking aim at one of the biggest scourges of the modern web. Starting in January 2018, the Chrome browser will automatically block noisy autoplay video on webpages. “One of the most frequent user concerns is unexpected media playback, which can use data, consume power, and make unwanted noise while browsing,” Google wrote in a blog post. “To address this, Chrome will be ... Read More »

IBPS PO and clerks 2017: Know why number of vacancies decline

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) recently released the official notification of Clerk exam 2017. Every year lakhs of students appear for this exam, however, only a handful out of this huge number make it to the final list. With the number of vacancies reducing drastically this year, the overall competition is bound to rise. The total vacancies for IBPS Clerk ... Read More »

Odd image found on Pixel 2 teaser page – it’s cookies!

Very funny, Google. The official site for the October 4 unveiling of the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2has a secret buried in its source code – cookies! For once a web page references actual cookies rather than their digital counterpart. The photo below is linked from teaser page, though it is not visible on the page itself. Digging through the EXIF data reveals the location ... Read More »

Education is driving future business leadership

Becoming a leader in business can be credited to a combination of drive, hard-work and experience, but it has been proven that even more than experience, education is a top factor in determining your future in business management. According to Investopedia, education is not only important for skilled workers but for the economical success of the country as a whole. ... Read More »

Royal Enfield Launched Updated Classic 350 and Classic 500, Booking will open in this month September

Updated Classic 350 and Classic 500: Royal Enfield announced Classic 350 and Classic 500 motorcycles in two different colour schemes. Now, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 received the new Gunmetal Grey colour option. Manufacturers made the more potent Classic 500 to available to the users in the new Stealth Black Shade. Royal Enfield Launched Updated Classic 350 and Classic 500: Finally, ... Read More »

Computer insecurity affects us all

We depend on computers to run our world but our current infrastructure for linking our machines is poorly designed and lacks basic protections. This comes down to three things: The physical ‘stuff’ that makes up the internet, including computers, WiFi equipment and all the bits and pieces that your data pass through to get to their destination; The software that ... Read More »