Graphene – “the wonder material”

Graphene – “the wonder material”According to tech-industry experts, Graphene - which is also called "the wonder material" - can revolutionize the electronics industry in the near future. Graphene was discovered 10 years back, and it is the strongest and thinnest material in the world.

Google Cloud Platform now available in Asia-Pacific region

Google Cloud Platform now available in Asia-Pacific regionIn an April 14 post on the Google Cloud Platform Blog, Google announced the expansion of its Google Cloud Platform services to the Asia-Pacific region, with the launch of its first two Compute Engine zones in the region.

Ezell Twins to Leave Hospital Today

conjoinedOnce conjoined Ezell twins, Owen and Emmitt, now nine months old, will be leaving Medical City Children's Hospital in Dallas on April 16 to enter a rehab facility and then would finally go home.

Netflix users on Comcast have seen significant speed increases after the companies’ February deal

Netflix users on Comcast have seen significant speed increases after the companies’ February dealIn a report released on Monday, Netflix Inc. has revealed that the streaming speeds for its users on the Comcast network have witnessed a significant increase. The improved performance is essentially a result of Netflix's recent deal which has given Netflix a more direct connection to the Comcast network.

Pelvic Exercises may Better the Plight of Men Living with Lifelong Premature Ejaculation

Pelvic Exercises may Better the Plight of Men Living with Lifelong Premature EjaculationA new study has come up with good implications for men living with chronic premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is a condition where ejaculation occurs within a minute which ruins the sexual pleasure of themselves and their partners because it is not possible to completely enjoy the sexual intercourse within such a small time.

Foreigner succumbs to viral infection in Jeddah

Foreigner succumbs to viral infection in JeddahIn a recent development which has spread alarm among medics in the city of Jeddah a foreigner died due to an infection of a viral kind called Mers.

Blackberry plans to release ‘Heartbleed’ security patches this week

Blackberry plans to release ‘Heartbleed’ security patches this weekA Reuters report revealed on Sunday that Canadian device maker BlackBerry Ltd. Plans to address vulnerabilities in programs related to the last-week-disclosed 'Heartbleed' security threat. The company has efforts underway to roll out security updates for messaging software for Android and iOS devices by April 18.

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