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NEET 2017: Questions in Bengali tougher than English version, Bengal government to write to CBSE

The Bengal government alleged that the NEET question paper in Bengali was tougher than the English question paper. NEET 2017: Questions in Bengali tougher than English, says WB government           The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) was successfully conducted on May 7 across the country and since then, several reports have surfaced stating different issues, such as ... Read More »

What Should I Do To Build My Business?

Building one’s business can be an exciting process. To ensure that it is an economically rewarding one, it’s important to know how to implement strategies that will keep the organization on the road to perpetual growth. Three techniques you can implement to realize this objective include: 1. Update Your Company Equipment. In the event that your company makes use of ... Read More »

Proper Promotional Support Is the Key to Building Your Business

If no one knows about your business, you won’t last long. Procuring the proper email marketing campaign services for your business is a matter of life and death. Now is the time to make sure that you have the proper promotional support for your business. If you go it alone without the counsel of an email marketing team, you may ... Read More »

GoPro Fusion 360-Degree Camera Launched, Expected to Release 2017-End

GoPro has launched a new 360-degree camera, called GoPro Fusion, that promises to shoot 360-degree videos at 5.2K and 30 frames per second. The spherical camera is designed to be small enough to carry around and use with GoPro’s mounts and accessories. Pricing and exact availability are still unknown as of now. The GoPro Fusion comes with an OverCapture feature ... Read More »

Airtel, Ola Partner to Offer ‘Integrated Digital Offerings’ to Their Customers

Bharti Airtel and Ola have partnered to integrate Airtel Payments Bank and Ola Money into their respective services. This partnership looks to leverage Ola services on Airtel platfoms, and vice versa, in India. Notably, all Ola devices used by driver partners will now be powered by Airtel 4G, and in return, Airtel’s suite of entertainment will be offered on ‘Ola ... Read More »

Mega-Tech Market Cap Swells To $2.75 Trillion

The five largest stocks in the US equity market are now technology stocks, and together they make up more than $2.75 trillion in market cap (While Amazon’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) official sector categorization is Consumer Discretionary, we consider it tech first and foremost). Below is a list of the 25 largest S&P 500 stocks (through 4/25/17). The top five are highlighted in ... Read More »

Amazon job advert reveals plans to create ‘science fiction’ gadgets of the future in secretive British research base

An official picture of the Amazon drone, which was completed its first delivery It’s where the famous Amazon delivery drones were designed, created and tested late last year. It’s also home to Alexa, the voice assistant which powers the £149 Echo and Echo dot gadgets. The Echo can be used to order items and control music and home settings and even ... Read More »

It’s Time to Play Tech Monopoly

Every 20 years or so, the tech industry suffers a spasm of antitrust fever driven by angry accusations and, eventually, intervention by the Justice Department. In the late ’70s and early ’80s it was all about IBM’s mainframe monopoly. In the late ’90s, Microsoft was the evil monopolist, with its PC operating-system dominance. The latest round features Google. Or, wait, ... Read More »

Baby humpback whales ‘whisper’ to mums to avoid predators

The humpback whale is known for its loud haunting songs, which can be heard 20 miles away. However, new recordings show mothers and calves “whisper” to each other, seemingly to avoid attracting predators. The quiet grunts and squeaks can be heard only at close range. By calling softly to its mother, the calf is less likely be overheard and preyed ... Read More »

Tenn. first lady, education chief bring tour to Bristol school

BRISTOL, Tenn. — Michelle Poole’s kindergarten students at Holston View Elementary were so enthralled Tuesday while she read “Charlie the Caterpillar,” they didn’t notice when Tennessee first lady Crissy Haslam and Education Commissioner Candice McQueen walked in. McQueen said Poole did a great job of bringing the story to life. “I was impressed by the way Ms. Poole captured her ... Read More »