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Google has recently announced that downloading the new update, beta release of Android O, is already available for the user.
Have you ever noticed that your facebook friend has unfriended you on facebook? It can be an unplesent experience. Here are some reason where you have made a mistake.
It is expected that the consumers next year will be offered Smartphones with batteries that fully charge in no more than five minutes.
Going without the internet even for an hour for many people is almost the end of the world. But in case it actually stops working, the impact would be much significant than what we could expect.
The world's first human head transplant is shocking people ever since the idea first appeared few years ago. A 30-year old man from Russia is the first who will participate in this operation voluntarily.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have discovered that a kind of moth larvae, which is commonly fed by wax from bee honey, can decompose plastics.
For the first time researchers have proved that early puberty can increase the chances of developing cancer later in the life.
Users of the social network Instagram will soon be able to use it without internet access was announced on Facebook’s conference Ef-8. The users of 'Android' in some parts of the world would be able to surf the Instagram without the Internet, and soon this opportunity will be available for everyone.
Most of the factors that help to make schools more successful require a particular sum of money - teachers suggest. However, a new American study suggests one factor that does not involve money, and can play an important role in the progress of students, even in the poorest schools.