GitHub is a famous online repository where you can find a myriad list of developers showcasing their code. Above all GitHub is the best know online community where developers collaborate on open source projects. It has a become a popular activity for budding learners to work on extensive projects. In recent years the amount of … Continue reading The Problems Of The Online Open Source Communities
Giving breaks can sometimes improve your workflow. As the Harvard Business Review eloquently points out, pressing pause allows you to avoid missing the forest for the trees in the work you’re doing, and ensure you’re approaching your workload in the best, most effective way. It’s often far too easy to get caught up in the … Continue reading Why should you implement breaks in your workday?
Raise of automation and Trump's new policies has caused many Indians to lose their jobs but has also interested few of the bright minds to return to India. "It is high time that our brightest and best brains work for the benefits of India and Indians. We will see a reverse brain drain coming without … Continue reading Brain Drain to be reversed in India
Researchers have found a way can turn flat surfaces of any shape or size —ranging from walls to furniture to even musical instruments — into touchpads with just a can of spray paint. Okay now lets break down how this works, shall we? The technique, dubbed Electrick by its inventors from Carnegie Mellon University in … Continue reading Spray-On Touch Screens: Turn Any Surface into a Touchpad
What is net neutrality ? Net neutrality is an idea derived from how telephone lines have worked since the beginning of the 20th century. In case of a telephone line, you can dial any number and connect to it. It does not matter if you are calling from operator A to operator B. It doesn't … Continue reading What happens when there is no net neutrality
When Oculus first released Virtual reality headsets it took the industry by storm, many companies created and branded their own version of virtual reality headsets. But, it didn't penetrate the whole market as it was a bit expensive for most people and also the amount of interactive contents available for the headsets at that time … Continue reading The Cheapest Augment Reality headset at $33
At CES this year Intel unveiled its Compute Card, a credit card-sized device that’s basically an entire PC. It’s not really as small as a credit card. But considering everything this device is capable of, we doubt anyone would mind. How it works: The card will house a CPU, memory, storage, and wireless connectivity (both Wi-Fi and … Continue reading Intel’s Compute Card – A powerful PC that’s only the size of a credit card.
The Aadhaar project was initiated as an attempt towards having a single, unique identification document or number that would capture all the details, including demographic and biometric information, of every resident Indian individual. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UDAI), which functions under the Planning Commission of India, is responsible for managing Aadhaar numbers and … Continue reading Aadhaar Card system: The necessity with a hazy future.
Yes it is true, this is no click bait. Technology has reached the stage where we can use your smart phone to create 3D models. A product called OLO promises to turn any phone into a functional 3D printer. While the last known interaction of a smart phone in the 3D model creation process is, sending … Continue reading Turn your smart phone into a 3D printer.
Linux operating systems (known as “distributions” or “distros”) have constant releases and updates, with some more substantial than others. Updates usually bring minor fixes and tweaks, but occasionally new distro releases or iterations can yield major changes. However, many Linux distributions (distros) are niche OSes. For instance, Kali Linux is an ethical hacking and penetration … Continue reading Meet Qubes OS 3.2 : The best secure Linux with a twist.