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5 more Firefox add-ons that boost browser productivity

As we’ve mentioned previously, Firefox’s vast library of add-ons makes it easy to build the browser into a productivity juggernaut. We uncovered a few more must-have customizations for improving your online workflow. Start HQ The Firefox start tab isn’t exactly motivating; in fact, you’re more likely to be seduced by the search bar into wasting time than starting on the ... Read More »

It’s football season! These second-screen apps make NFL games even more fun to watch

According to the NFL, 70 percent of fans use a second screen while watching football. It’s easy to understand why: mobile devices—and the apps that run on them—give us easy access to player stats and analysis, provide interactive features to supplement the big-screen experience, and offer a convenient way to communicate with other fans watching the game. We’ve rounded up ... Read More »

More Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 images leak

As you might already know, the successor to last year’s Samsung Galaxy Folder – allegedly dubbed Galaxy Folder 2 – has already been the subject of several image leaks so far. But that, apparently, hasn’t stopped more leaked images of the device from surfacing online. Following is the latest set of leaked images: Specs-wise, the phone – which has already ... Read More »

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The National Institute of Technology (NIT), Puducherry has released an admission notification inviting applications from interested, eligible candidates to apply for its full time and part time Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programmes for the academic session 2016. The PhD programme is offered under the following departments: Computer Science and Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Electronics and Communication Engineering Mechanical Engineering ... Read More »

MBBS admission in private colleges to cost more: Increase in the tuition fee

Students who are planning to pursue MBBS from private educational institutions in Madhya Pradesh (MP) will now have to pay a higher tuition fee from the upcoming academic session beginning from October first week. This decision was taken by the Admission and Fees Regulatory Committee (AFRC), according to which there will be increase of 33 per cent to 53 per ... Read More »

Limited edition Lotus Elise 250 sheds even more weight

Lotus, the erstwhile English car maker, is known for its sportscars and of course, the Formula one cars. For road cars, Lotus’ ideology is simple – keep the car as small and light as possible rather than concentrating on horsepower. To celebrate 50 years of their base in Hethel, Norfolk, Lotus is building 50 units of the Elise 250. The ... Read More »

Now you can play Solitaire and more in Google search

Google just decided to add a little more fun to search—as if “do a barrel roll” and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe references weren’t already enough. The company recently announced that you can now play solitaire, tic-tac-toe, and flip a coin right inside your search results. On top of that you can entertain young children (or childish co-workers) with animal ... Read More »

Behold the blazing-fast future of storage: 60TB SSDs, 3D chips, and more

1 of 9 Thumbnails MORE See larger image Credit: Michael Homnick The biggest deal you haven’t heard of You probably haven’t heard of the Flash Media Summit, and for good reason. The annual industry conference relentlessly focuses on a single niche—ultra-fast flash-based storage. What’s more, it does so in a way that tends to highlight the underlying technology and its ... Read More »

10 must-have Android apps to make your Chromebook more useful

1 of 11 Thumbnails MORE 1 of 11 Thumbnails MORE See larger image Credit: Ryan Whitwam The right apps make your Chromebook indespensible Ever since Google introduced Chrome OS on the CR-48 prototype laptop back in 2011, Chromebooks have relied on web apps and simple Chrome extensions to get things done. Now, Chromebooks are getting access to the Play Store ... Read More »

No more flat-screen Galaxy S models, Samsung hints

Samsung has dropped hints that, moving forward, the company may completely ditch flat-screen Galaxy S models in favor of variants with curved display. The hints came from none other than the company’s mobile chief Dong-jin Koh. “Samsung has considered that it would make the edge display as the identity of the Galaxy S smartphone lineup if the company can provide ... Read More »