The monsoon season is sure to bring a lot of happy memories to us. Every year the monsoon brings with it, the signature cool and pleasant weather, hot and steaming food and of course the frequent rain holidays. But the joy of monsoon is always followed by chaos created by water logged roads, power surges … Continue reading When the rains come down, the lights flicker…
Librocubicularist …BIBLIOBIBULI.. No.., these are not spells from the harry potter movies and they are not biological names either. These are actually words used to describe a book lover. Bibliobibuli is the name given to a person who reads excessively and Librocubicularist is a person who reads even while in bed. Man’s fascination with words … Continue reading Kindle Your Spirit
Gone are the days when renewable energy can only be obtained from sources like wind, water or sunlight. Today science and technology has advanced so much that you can draw electricity from your old worn out car tyres. Tyre oil is actually a form of pyrolysis oil which can be used to fuel turbines and … Continue reading Fuel from tyres anyone?
Did you know that a museum in Tampere, Finland exhibits a collection of toilet papers made by Nokia in 1960? It is hard to believe that the smart phone giant was once a meagre paper pulp factory. From making paper pulp to manufacturing smart phones, Nokia has come a long way since the time it … Continue reading Nokia is back with a bang.
Since the time Android unveiled its first version to the world nearly a decade ago, both the brand and the technology has grown remarkably. It can be said without doubt that this operating system which was originally intended to be used in digital cameras, has revolutionized the smart phone industry. It has been two months … Continue reading Android – Rewinding history
When Leo Baekeland created the first synthetic plastic in his lab he said , ”Unless I am very much mistaken, this invention will prove to be important in the future” . He was not mistaken at all. He might not have realised that soon plastics will be everywhere. There is a famous story about Susan … Continue reading Go Green With Plastics..
After a blissful weekend filled with lazy mornings, late brunches and of course binge watching , you think you are rejuvenated and ready to take on the world on Monday. But as you get ready to start the new week ahead you realise that you can hardly move a limb on Monday morning and trying … Continue reading Monday Mornings and the Social Jet Lag
Google Chrome included a virtual reality feature in its browser recently .Using which a person who has access to VR head mounted displays can browse the whole web in virtual reality. Google became the latest to join the succession of brands deploying advanced VR technology to elevate the user experience . The term virtual reality … Continue reading VIRTUALLY TRUE
In a perfect world, creative people would spend 100% of their time doing what they love: They write, design, film, build, and create! However, this isn’t the reality for most creatives. In an actual workplace there are feedback, client requests, edits, and meetings on top of meetings. In the end some people don’t even have enough time left to actually be creative. … Continue reading When Creativity meets Productivity
A few months ago, Netflix one of the big names in Google play announced their decision to block rooted devices or devices with an unlocked bootloader from downloading their app. Soon numerous other apps also made the same decision as Google itself had started to give developers the option to exclude rooted devices citing them … Continue reading Why Google Tez is of no use to rooted devices?