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Google's anti-diversity diction is year's second buzz on discrimination in the company

The Silicon Valley roared this weekend with the burst of words written by a software engineer at Google that made us to think twice about the federal investigation being done on the Gender pay discrimination, earlier this year.

07 August 2017
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Google's anti-diversity diction is year's second buzz on discrimination in the company

Is 'affirmative action' a good step to increase diversity in colleges?

While considering Trump's new policy, is he really intended to end discrimination, racism and wants to get students enrolled in colleges only for their ability and talent?

02 August 2017
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Is 'affirmative action' a good step to increase diversity in colleges?

Are you a victim of Ransomware? Here is how to defend your cloud from Ransomware.

As soon as the technology releases its leeways, viruses and bugs are also unleashed with them. Ransomware is the brainchild of some cyberbullies and is one of those software that blackmails the victim until the money is paid.

22 July 2017
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Are you a victim of Ransomware? Here is how to defend your cloud from Ransomware.

Smartphones can cause temporary blindness

According to recent studies published in The New England Journal Of Medicine, checking your smartphone in bed can lead to circumstances like loss in night vision and can also cause transient monocular visual loss.

10 July 2017
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Smartphones can cause temporary blindness

Train Suite Shiki-Shima of Japan is now considered as world's apex luxurious train

This dream train is surpassingly luxurious and so obviously it is pricey as the lush ride on this lavishing train costs between $2,200 and $10,000.

24 June 2017
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Train Suite Shiki-Shima of Japan is now considered as world's apex luxurious train

Say hello to your new kitchen helper: Moley

This prototype robot has extra-ordinary abilities that makes food without any mess leaving kitchen shelves pretty clean.

19 June 2017
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Say hello to your new kitchen helper: Moley

Is US virtualizing it's border? VR inventor digging ways to use virtual eyes on border walls.

Mr Palmer Luckey, the Oculus VR inventor made a comeback to the virtual reality technology by alleviating a new gift for the defense of the country.

05 June 2017
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Is US virtualizing it's border? VR inventor digging ways to use virtual eyes on border walls.

Sleep more! if not, your brain will eat itself to drain depleted cells

Recent research in Marche Polytechnic University claimed that less sleep pokes the brain to eat itself in order to clean up the mess of depleted cells but that seems to be a positive thing for brain astrocytes cells eat up weak synapse connections.

28 May 2017
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Sleep more!  if not, your brain will eat itself to drain depleted cells

Ways to stay calm during seasonal allergies

Many people get seasonal allergies during the present season or in spring and mostly in the harvesting season. The reason is that there air tract is sensitive to spores and pollen from flowers and tree.

15 May 2017
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Ways to stay calm during seasonal allergies

The most anticipated Miami museum has opened doors for public

The invitees are welcomed with hammer heads, tiger sharks, Mahi mahi, devil rays and other creatures that are gazing at the crowd from a 500,000-gallon aquarium tank.

10 May 2017
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The most anticipated Miami museum has opened doors for public
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