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A mobile application for Centralised Public Grievances Redress and Monitoring System (CPGRAMS) portal was launched in New Delhion Wednesday by Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Jitendra Singh.

A new malware named eFast Browser looks just like Google Chrome. This malware deletes Google Chrome and replaces by installing it itself as your default internet browser to serve you annoying ads.

Alphabet Inc. (commonly known as Alphabet) an American multinational conglomerate created in 2015 as the parent company of Google and several other companies previously owned by or tied to Google.

An electrical engineer Allen Pan, has utilised his great DIY skills to device his very own version of Thor’s hammer.

At its Windows 10 device launch event, Microsoft showed off the future of HoloLens with Project X-Ray that dealt with some amazing live gaming right, converting your room into a game stage.

ChihiraAico, Toshiba's Creepily realistic robot hostess talks, sings and even motions with her hands ChihiraAico the robot is designed to entertain and make conversations.

October 18th, 2015 marked the 30th birthday of the iconic Nintendo Entertainment System. Happy 30th Birthday. Thanks for Mario and Everything Else.

Russians have created a ‘Skynet’ type AI that would soon control all the robotics in the country: civilian, military and even UAVs. The scientists have named it ‘Unicum’ which is the Latin for ‘the only one’.

Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has come up with a new computer algorithm called Tumor Trace, that can detect several kinds and location of cancer in just 2 days with 85% accuracy.

The developers from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, the Max Planck Institute for Informatics, and the Stanford University have published an online video and a research paper named “Facial reenactment”. This technology uses a software that is used to put all your gestures in real time, onto someone else’s face.

Wove- New Flexible Touch Display Take your iPad, turn it into a slap bracelet and you’ve got Wove, the first computer that can roll up and wrap around your wrist.

National Assessment and Accreditation Council(NAAC) visited Fergusson College, in the month of October,2015