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Maono WM820 offers great sound output

You won’t find a fleet of Mercedes-Benz at motor training schools. For most of us, it’s about lear...

Why stop at Wordle when you can Word Fight

Ennui will probably be the word that would come to many minds when Wordle is mentioned. Yet, the word game con...

Apple to add temperature sensor to Apple Watch series

After ECG and SpO2, the Apple Watch, it seems will be able to inform the wearer if they have a fever due to a ...

Apple Arcade has two excellent new games to keep you busy

Since Apple Arcade launched in 2019, the video game subscription has slowly built its subscriber base. What it...

Pit Roast

The real chicken mystery has nothing to do with whether the egg came first. Scientists would like to know when...

A for absurdity, P for pain

Apps have become a huge economy, but the rules that govern them are difficult to understand. Apple and Go...

Science Tech  /  Published 02.07.22

Do we have to rethink what we eat?

The global food system allows us to buy almost any product we want, whenever we want — often at the cost of the environment. But are we even capable of changing our eating habits? Asparagus in ...
By Natalie Muller, Neil King

Science Tech  /  Published 02.07.22

NBA All-World: Pokemon Go maker takes on basketball

Basketball is getting the Pokémon Go treatment in NBA All-World, Niantic’s augmented reality mobile game. The location-based game has augmented reality elements and the developer describe...
By Mathures Paul

Lifestyle  /  Published 02.07.22

OnePlus 2T 5G: Enough features to reel you into the brand’s universe

Device: OnePlus 2T 5G Price: Upwards of Rs 28,999 (8GB+128GB)Colours: Gray Shadow and Jade Fog  High notes Clean software experience Good night photography Excellent charging speed and bat...
By Mathures Paul

Science Tech  /  Published 30.06.22

Milky Way maps teach us about stars and life

Think of our galaxy — the Milky Way — and you will likely see stars and planets. You may also see satellites and asteroids. But while all that is most often only in our minds' eye, ast...
By Deutsche Welle

Science Tech  /  Published 30.06.22

Wimbledon is on and so is BreakPoint

Supermarkets in London are probably running low on strawberries, cream and Pimm’s as Wimbledon is on in full swing. While the annual tennis championship serves up some great matches, you can als...
By Mathures Paul

Science Tech  /  Published 30.06.22

Let Spotify help you

Blend with friends You can Blend with your friends who are heading to a gig with you. The feature helps you check whether you love the same music (or not). You’ll also receive a social sharecar...
By Mathures Paul

Lifestyle  /  Published 30.06.22

Samsung Galaxy F13 is capable, dependable and inexpensive

Device: Samsung Galaxy F13 Price: Upwards of Rs 11,999 High notes • Auto Data Switching feature • Presence of ultra-wide snapper in this segment • Excellent battery performance Mu...
By Mathures Paul

World  /  Published 28.06.22

Life as an LGBTQ scientist

Scientists who are out and part of LGBTQ communities have more emotional energy for their work, giving them a chance to thrive. But they still get prejudice.Whether it's starting a new job or join...
By Carla Bleiker

Lifestyle  /  Published 28.06.22

The rise of 0.5 selfie

• Stretch your arms as much as possible to get a selfie in ultra-wide mode on the rear camera. • People nearer to the camera will appear big while those away will appear small. • Try ...
By Mathures Paul

Science Tech  /  Published 28.06.22

‘Back to School’ programme returns

It’s ‘Back to School’ with Apple. Meant for students, the annual programme has some amazing deals on Apple Store online, be it on MacBook Air, Pro, iPad or the iMac. Both university ...
By Mathures Paul


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