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Unlocking San Bernardino iPhone Would Be ‘Bad for America’ – Apple CEO

Apple chief Tim Cook on Wednesday said that complying with a court order to help the FBI break into an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters would be “bad for America,” and set a legal precedent that would offend many Americans. “Some things are hard, and some things are right, and some things are both – this ... Read More »

It Can be Healthy to Let Your Kids Put up a Wall

Image credit: Istock I am 10 years old and sitting in the storage space under my platform bed. It’s a good-sized structure, taking up about a quarter of the living room. It’s dark under there except for the nightlight that I have plugged into the wall, a green Christmas bulb screwed into its top. I can hear my parents talking ... Read More »

Could Truffles be Contaminated with Radioactive Compounds?

Good news for mushroom lovers. A team of researchers has tried to clear the air around burgundy or summer truffles, a type of mushroom that ranges among the most expensive foods in the world, being contaminated by radioactivity. In a new study, experts suggest that truffles which are found mostly in central Europe are safe to eat and these may ... Read More »

Walking for Health: Just 10-Minutes Might be Enough

 If you’re not a person who would like to sweat it out in the gym, just a few minutes of sedentary time with some sort of movement may help improve your health. In a new study involving over 3,000 people aged 50 to 79, the researchers found that the least active people were five times more likely to die during ... Read More »

Cars to Be Launched in India in March 2016

The Auto Expo 2016 revealed a huge list of cars that are going to be launched in India this year. Along with some all-new models we will also be seeing a number of facelifts and model updates from number of carmakers. While Mahindra kicked-off the launch cycle with the Imperio and KUV100 in January, a lot of other carmakers are ... Read More »

Apple Says Debate Over iPhone Encryption Should Be Decided by Congress

Senior Apple executives said on Friday that the right place to find a solution to the encryption debate was in the US Congress, rebuffing the Justice Department’s successful pursuit of a court order to unlock an iPhone linked to one of the San Bernardino shooters. The executives, speaking to reporters on a press call, said they were stunned that the ... Read More »

Volvo V40 Facelift Revealed; to Be Unveiled at Geneva Motor Show

Swedish carmaker, Volvo, today revealed the upcoming facelifts of its popular V40 range that includes the V40 luxury hatch and V40 Cross Country. The cars feature Volvo’s new design language and will make their public debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. According to the information we have received the facelifted Volvo V40 and V40 Cross Country will comes to ... Read More »

Le 1s to Be Available Without Registrations Starting February 25

LeEco (short for Le Ecosystem) has announced that the Le 1s smartphone will be available without registrations in India starting next Thursday, or February 25. As before, the Le 1s will be available via Flipkart, the exclusive online retail partner of LeEco. Additionally, the Chinese company also announced that it will commemorate February 25 as the LeEco Day where it ... Read More »

Three Gold Mines, With Billions In Estimated Reserve, To Be Auctioned

The government is planning to auction at least three gold mines in 2016, a top government official said, opening up the sector to private firms for the first time ever in a bid to slash imports of the metal that cost the government $36 billion (nearly Rs. 2.5 lakh crore) last year. Economically crippling shipments of up to 1,000 tonnes ... Read More »

Three Gold Mines, With Billions In Estimated Reserve, To Be Auctioned

The government is planning to auction at least three gold mines in 2016, a top government official said, opening up the sector to private firms for the first time ever in a bid to slash imports of the metal that cost the government $36 billion (nearly Rs. 2.5 lakh crore) last year. Economically crippling shipments of up to 1,000 tonnes ... Read More »