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Happy Independence Day: 7 technological innovations by Indians

For India’s Independence Day, we take a look at some of the most important technological innovations over the years by Indians. #7 i-Diya Developed by an IIT B student, the i-Diya is a small, portable solar powered LED light and mobile charger. There are three variations available, the i-Diya basic is …

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Sturdy profits overshadowed via slowing statistics center growth for Intel

Image Credits: REUTERS Intel Corp on Wednesday reported slower revenue growth at its data center business, which makes semiconductors used in high-end servers, overshadowing a better-than-expected quarterly profit. Shares of the world’s largest chipmaker fell 3 percent in after-hours trading. Hurt by weak demand from enterprises, revenue at the highly-profitable …

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Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer teams up with big tech for smartwatch

LVMH’s Tag Heuer became on Monday the first Swiss watchmaker to offer a “smartwatch” to customers that combines Swiss design with U.S. technology, seeking to tap a growing market for wearable devices amid flagging sales of traditional watches. Co-developed with Google and Intel, the “Tag Heuer Connected” will cost $1,500. …

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Stephen Hawking hails “life changing” speech upgrade

Theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking can communicate with the world faster and easier thanks to new technology from Intel Corp and SwiftKey which replaces the decades-old platform that made his computerised voice recognisable around the world. Hawking, the author of best-seller “A Brief History of Time”, has a form of motor …

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U.S. accuses China of cyber spying on American companies

The United States on Monday charged five Chinese military officers and accused them of hacking into American nuclear, metal and solar companies to steal trade secrets, ratcheting up tensions between the two world powers over cyber espionage. China immediately denied the charges, saying in a strongly worded Foreign Ministry statement …

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