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LG G6 is official with FullVision 18:9 display, Snapdragon 821 chipset

The smartphone star of MWC 2017 has been announced – this is the LG G6. A ‘Full-vision’ display, water and dust protection plus some careful impact resistant design, cameras aplenty, tried and tested internals – the G6 may no longer be the flagship (the V-series will fly that banner from now on), but it sure sounds like flagships should be ... Read More »

Updated BMW i3 spied

What you see in the pictures is a refreshed i3 being tested by BMW on the streets of Germany. This heavily camouflaged test car either did a good job of masking the exterior updates, or could also be the new prototype running on the current i3 body. What’s for sure is that the new i3 is to be powered by ... Read More »

2017 Audi A3 35 TFSI First Drive Review

What is it? With the facelifted Mercedes-Benz CLA out now (click here to read our review) and the 2017 Audi A3 just arriving, things are heating up in the entry-level premium sedan segment. Like the updated CLA, this new A3 is less about ground-breaking changes and more about subtle but noteworthy improvements. As a result, the 2017 A3 has received ... Read More »

Next generation Hyundai Accent/Verna unveiled in Canada

The next generation Hyundai Verna/Accent has been unveiled for the Canadian market. It is quite similar to the car we saw unveiled for the Chinese market and sports the same design cues as the larger next generation Elantra. The face is dominated by the latest design of the Hyundai grille, projector headlamps and chrome bezel for the fog lamps. The ... Read More »

Ford likely to introduce pothole warning beam system

In efforts to make cars safer and more advanced than ever before, American automaker Ford is working on developing pothole warning beam system that is well equipped to identify potholes and suggest alternative routes. Along with saving up on damages caused due to potholes, the system will also help prevent major accidents that occur every year due to bad road ... Read More »


In order to bring up new colleges, courses, additional divisions and satellite centres, an eight-member committee has been appointed by the state government. Guidelines to be framed for improving new colleges and courses RELATED STORIES Dead rat found in midday meal, 9 admitted to hospital Shiamak Davar has a message for CBSE Board aspirants! Delhi Nursery Admissions: HC allows admission ... Read More »

‘Curb corporal punishment in schools’, Menaka Gandhi writes to HRD ministry

After the increasing cases of corporal punishments came into limelight, Maneka Gandhi has written to HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar in order to curb such punishments in schools. Need to curb corporal punishment in schools RELATED STORIES Delhi Nursery Admissions: HC allows admission process to go on Shiamak Davar has a message for CBSE Board aspirants! Dead rat found in midday ... Read More »

Delhi Nursery Admissions: HC allows admission process to go on

Maintaining that the order passed by the single judge was “totally wrong”, “erroneous” and “against the law”, the Delhi government sought a stay on Thursday on the operation of the interim order Delhi Nursery admissions RELATED STORIES Dead rat found in midday meal, 9 admitted to hospital Bihar Intermediate Exams: 360 students expelled for cheating Delhi Nursery Admissions: Government moves ... Read More »

Insecure Android apps put connected cars at risk

Android applications that allow millions of car owners to remotely locate and unlock their vehicles are missing security features that could prevent tampering by hackers. Researchers from antivirus vendor Kaspersky Lab took seven of the most popular Android apps that accompany connected cars from various manufacturers and analyzed them from the perspective of a compromised Android device. The apps and ... Read More »

Microsoft’s decision to scrap February security updates unnerves patch experts

Microsoft this week canceled February’s slate of security updates for Windows and its other products, including Office, just a day after saying that the fixes would only be delayed. Patch experts struggled with the decision, pointing out that known vulnerabilities will go unpatched and that IT planning had been disrupted. “I was shocked,” said Chris Goettl, product manager at patch ... Read More »