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Android lunches Android 8.0 Oreo features will take user experience to next label.

Android launches new Android 8.0 Oreo features of which take user experience to next label. It might come with the features of Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2. It gives two tasks simultaneous execution features. It brings select text ability and recognizes it as respective field and will show related options and complete details. It also provides app shortcuts and new option to add a specialized activity. It launches new emojis stocks which are more users friendly. Notification channels provide different types of notifications based on priority. Fingerprint authorization and autofill framework will find its way. The device can be used even if updates are going on. Auto enabled and disables wi-fi based on location.

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Apple launches iPhone 8 or iPhone X

Apple launches new iPhone today at Steve Jobs Theater in California. The new device comes loaded with new eye catching features to live up with its reputation of unmatching user experience. It comes edge-to-edge display with nearly no bezels. It comes with dual rear camera. It might come with OLED screen. It could have the features of wireless charging and waterproof concept. It might also come with water resistant glass back panel. The device might have bigger role for augmented reality. It might have inbuilt HomePod. It communicates data in NFC Data Exchange Format. It supports pairing of Apple Watch with iPhone using NFC. It could also link online payments. It might come up with the features of 3D facial recognition to unlock the device and making payments. Camera might evolve to be smarter with improved scene.

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The surge of green vehicles is the latest trend

Global warming has been the most discussed phenomenon around the world with countries being innovative and adopting the means with low emission to check global warming as well as the enormous pollution control. Indian government has come up with a plan to shift to electric cars which has virtual zero emission and ecological impact. The step is aimed to check growing pollution and global warming impact. Recently China is mulling with the idea of shifting to electric cars to overcome the pollution outburst in the nation. The government is planning to supplement the shift with countrywide infrastructure for charging stations. Besides, the government is planning to cut down the cost of lithium ion battery. The government’s ultimatum to the auto industry to shift to non polluting alternatives looks very ambitious and has raised a new competition among the innovative and manufacturing segments. This is in line with the target set in Paris agreement for 2030. Major challenge will be shifting the customers to the new segment with currently inadequate infrastructure. Major challenge is the charging station which costs around 4 lakh rupees to set up for slow charging and around 20 lakh rupees to set up fast charger. Currently the overall cost of running an electric operated car is a bit on the higher side which opens a gate of innovation in the segment and highly evolutionary.

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More than 3500 years old tomb has been discovered in Egypt belonging to Royal Goldsmith

A tomb has been discovered in Egypt which can be traced back to more than 3500 years ago during the reign of Royal Goldsmith. Several mummies were found in burial shaft. It is located on the west bank of the river Nile. Although the tomb is not in good condition but it has a statue of goldsmith and his wife. It was discovered by Egyptian archaeologists. It might prove to be a push over for the tourism industry there.

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All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) exploring option of mergers for struggling colleges

Education industry has seen more than four thousand five hundred courses dropped from various institutes across India due to vacant sheets and more than five hundred institutes and already put their shutters down in last five years and further nearly thousand are on the card of extinction. Major chunk of the segments affected were from professional segments like engineering, management, hospitality, architecture etc. The All India Council of Technical Education is striving hard in an innovative way to save further such dying institute through merging similar collages which are in vicinity of each other or buyouts. The idea is to utilize common facilities like library, laboratory etc. to cut down the operational cost of education. The board is looking after the legal implication and pros and cons of such engagement however it is in no mood to compromise on quality of education, faculty student ration and faculty payout.

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Farmers might get agricultural security through contract law

Government is thinking on the line of protecting farmers’ interest from volatile price. Agricultural segment might come up with a fresh contract farming law where farmers might get relief from ever fluctuating market scenario. New law is under drafting and might be made public for suggestions very soon which will enable states to formulate and implement contract farming. It seems as win win situation for all and farmers can now have a sigh of relief with fixed revenue.

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Scientists are mulling over Powerful solar flare

Sun is the primary source of energy on this solar system. However, it has been releasing solar flare intermittently leading to consequences far beyond. Solar flare has many significant impacts on radio and magnetic forces on our planet and sometimes a heavy solar flare can lead to major topographical overhaul. Last Wednesday, the sun released a powerful solar flare which scientist believe could have been major reason for recent strong earthquake of nearly 8.1 magnitude on richer scale in Mexico. Physicists are studying the coronal mass ejection phenomenon of sun which kicks off geomagnetic storm and further influence.

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