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New Kia K9 spotted testing for the first time

Kia K9 (or K900 for America) is the flagship sedan from the Korean manufacturer which was introduced 2012. And after a few yearly updates, Kia has decided to work with the new generation of its flagship. Spotted for the first time undergoing cold-climate tests in northern Scandinavia, the Kia K9 is expected to be unveiled by the end of this ... Read More »

Hyundai registers cumulative sales of 51,834 units in January

Hyundai India has registered a cumulative growth of 17.2 per cent in January. The Korean manufacturer sold a total of 51,834 units last month, as compared to 44,230 units in January 2016. Hyundai had a market share 15.9 per cent in January. The exports accounted for 9,817 units, which is an impressive 58 per cent more than the same time ... Read More »

Nissan NV Cargo X off-road van introduced

So here is something right out of from your wildest imagination, as Nissan introduces its one-its-kind off-road cargo van in form of the NV Cargo X. Based on the NV 2500HD cargo vans, the new off-roader has dumped most of its stock components for obvious reasons. So basically, Nissan has only retained the body and frame from the NV 2500HD. ... Read More »

India to build multi-ethnic school in Sri Lanka

The secondary school located in President Maithripala Sirisena’s home district Polonnaruwa will be constructed using a grant of SLR 300 million from the Indian Government The secondary school will be constructed in President Maithripala Sirisena’s home district Polonnaruwa RELATED STORIES CBSE: Physical education to be made compulsory for Class 10 students Neighbourhood criteria, not a new concept: DoE Congress MP ... Read More »

No fellowship to non-NET candidates: UGC

In 2015, the commission announced the annulment of non-NET fellowships owing to shortage of funds, which prompted nationwide protests. No fellowship to non-NET candidates RELATED STORIES CBSE: Physical education to be made compulsory for Class 10 students Neighbourhood criteria, not a new concept: DoE Congress MP raises issue of student suicide in RS NEET UG 2017 Urdu Row: Students organisation ... Read More »

CBSE won’t apply its 3 Indian language plan for Class 10 Board exam till 2020

A senior official said that “even if the new plan is approved by the ministry and CBSE starts working on the scheme it would not” happen before 2019-20. RELATED STORIES Congress MP raises issue of student suicide in RS NEET UG 2017 Urdu Row: Students organisation to file petition in SC Civil aviation ministry approved mechanical and avionics aircraft courses ... Read More »

Gmail is dumping Windows XP and Vista, now what?

Life isn’t getting any easier for holdouts on Windows XP and Vista. Google recently announced that Gmail would stop supporting Chrome version 53 and lower by the end of 2017. The move specifically impacts XP and Vista since Google capped support for both of those systems at Chrome v49. So what does this all mean for XP and Vista users? ... Read More »

Plex’s new Amazon Echo support lets you control your home theater with your voice

Plex is getting into the home automation game. The popular media management software just announced it now has an Alexa skill, as well as smart home features that turns off the lights or post a message in Slack based on an action you take with Plex. MENTIONED IN THIS ARTICLE Amazon Echo TECHHIVE RATING $179.99MSRP $179.99 VIEW on Amazon Amazon’s ... Read More »

Zero-day Windows file-sharing flaw can crash systems, maybe worse

The implementation of the SMB network file sharing protocol in Windows has a serious vulnerability that could allow hackers to, at the very least, remotely crash systems. The unpatched vulnerability was publicly disclosed Thursday by an independent security researcher named Laurent Gaffié, who claims that Microsoft has delayed releasing a patch for the flaw for the past three months. Gaffié, ... Read More »

T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+ are now receiving January security patch

T-Mobile has started rolling out a new update to Samsung Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+ units on its network. They are about 60MB in size and bring the Android security fixes for January. In addition, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge on T-Mobile are also said to be getting the patch, although the carrier is yet ... Read More »