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Lamborghini Huracan RWD Spyder to be launched in India on February 1

Lamborghini will launch a third iteration of the Huracan in India on February 1. Dubbed the Huracan Spyder, this rear-wheeled Bull will join the standard Huracan Coupe and Spyder in Lamborghini’s Indian portfolio along with the special edition Avio. The Huracán RWD Spyder is one of the four variants that make up the baby Lambo lineup. It is powered by ... Read More »

Hyundai sells over 1 lakh units of Grand i10 in FY 2016-17

The Hyundai Grand i10 has always been a popular choice in the hatchback segment. Supporting claims, the automaker has reportedly sold 107,811 units between April-December 2016 as against 97,805 units in the same period in 2015. The figures clearly indicate that the Grand i10 from Hyundai has been a crucial contributor to Hyundai collaboratively selling 5 lakh units in the ... Read More »

This week in games: Battlefield 1 gets a Grenade Crossbow and someone builds an Atari 2600 in Minecraft

MORE LIKE THIS The 15 most exciting PC games still coming in 2016 This week in games: Free Titanfall 2 weekend, Star Wars Battlefront meets… This week in games: Diablo 4 whispers, Civilization VI launch VIDEO How to Block Ads in Windows 10 That’s it. We’re done. Dead Rising 4 released this week, and that’s (as far as I can ... Read More »

Tested: Battlefield 1 shines on this all-AMD gaming PC despite DirectX 12 weirdness

Bizarre DX12 results don’t take away from Battlefield 1’s brilliance on AMD’s FX-8370 processor and Radeon RX 480. Credit: Brad Chacos 11COMMENTS Brad Chacos | @BradChacos Senior Editor, PCWorld Nov 11, 2016 3:00 AM DICE didn’t let you down this time, folks. Battlefield 4 stumbled out of the gate with connection problems. The less said about Battlefield: Hardline the better. ... Read More »

Microsoft’s $300 Windows VR headsets: 6 things we know (and 1 big question)

Everybody expected mixed-reality technology to play a part in Microsoft’s big Windows 10 event on Wednesday—but nobody expected what we got. Rather than showing yet another HoloLens demonstration, Microsoft instead announced a small army of virtual reality headsets unlike anything available today, and they’re all powered by the forthcoming Windows 10 Creators Update. The demo raised more questions than it ... Read More »

Skoda produces 1 lakh units of the third-gen Superb

Skoda has just revealed that the brand has produced 1 lakh units of the current gen Superb. The announcement comes as part of the model’s 15th anniversary. Since the launch of the first Superb in 2001, Skoda has produced around 9 lakh units of all three generation models. The current-gen Superb was introduced globally in March 2015. Since then, the ... Read More »

Ken Block’s Hoonicorn now spits out 1,400 horsepower

We’ve all seen Ken Block go berserk in his gymkhana videos doing some crazy drifts. He’s also got some crazy cars in his arsenal, and nothing is crazier than the Ford Mustang based Hoonicorn. For his next upcoming gymkhana video, the team at Hoonigan decided to step up the game further by adding more horsepower to the already over-powered Hoonicorn. ... Read More »

SSC CGL TIER 1 result to be announced today on October 7: Keep a track at ssc.nic.in

The result of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) CGL Combined Graduate Level (Tier I) online exam will be announced today on October 7. All those candidates who had appeared for the same are required to keep a check at the official website, www.ssc.nic.in. The exam was conducted from August 27 to September 11 for filling up 4874 (tentative) posts in various ... Read More »

Soft Gold OnePlus 3 launching in India on October 1

Last month, OnePlus announced that the Soft Gold variant of its OnePlus 3 smartphone will land in India sometime in the first week of October. In line with that, the company has now revealed that the model will go on sale in the country on October 1, and will be an Amazon exclusive at launch. View image on Twitter Follow ... Read More »

Inventor of $1 microscope Manu Prakash wins prestigious ‘genius grant’ fellowship

An Indian-origin scientist has won the prestigious MacArthur ‘genius grant’ fellowship for his low-cost paper microscope, that he built last year which costs less than USD 1. IIT alumni Manu Prakash was among the 12 people who won USD 625,000 award this year. He is an assistant professor of bio engineering at Stanford University in the United States. Achievements: Low-cost ... Read More »