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Voice tune can be changed by Adobe photoshop

 

Voice tune can be changed by Adobe photoshop
 

Online Desk: The concept video begins with a user looking at an image on an iPad. He taps a microphone at the top of the screen that activates a digital assistant ... More

Microsoft to help track legalised marijuana sales

Microsoft to help track legalised marijuana sales

Microsoft has teamed up with California-based technology start-up Kind Financial, which helps businesses and government agencies track sales of legalised marijuana "from seed to sale". More

Scientists discover boost for men

Scientists discover boost for men

Online Desk:A once-a-day tablet taken by sufferers of incontinence may be a new way to treat flagging libido in men. Doctors say the drug Mirabegron could provide an alternative for up ... More

Observatory camera captures the rare moment of volcano

Observatory camera captures the rare moment of volcano

Online Desk:Spotting a meteor during the brief moments it shoots through the sky is pretty exciting – but this week, stargazers in Costa Rica were treated to something even better. On ... More

EU hits Apple with $14.5 billion tax bill

EU hits Apple with $14.5 billion tax bill

EU antitrust regulators ordered Apple on Tuesday to pay up to 13 billion euros in taxes plus interest to the Irish government after ruling that a special scheme to route ... More

Everything has a season, even divorce

Everything has a season, even divorce

Everything has a season - even divorce, say scientists who found that filings for divorce consistently peak in March and August, the periods following winter and summer holidays in the ... More

July 2016 warmest on record in 136 years

July 2016 warmest on record in 136 years

The phenomenon of climate change couldn't have made its magnanimous presence felt in a larger way. More

NASA's mission brings astronauts closer to Mars

NASA's mission brings astronauts closer to Mars

In its bid to send a manned flight to Mars, US space agency NASA has approved the Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) to proceed to the next phase of design and ... More

Couple sues IP mapping firm over 'digital hell'

Couple sues IP mapping firm over 'digital hell'

MaxMind matches IP addresses, which are used to connect devices to the internet, to physical locations. It has said these are not meant to be precise. More

Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism (Under National University)

Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism (Under National University)

As part of its commitment for quality education and training in the overall aspects of journalism, BIJEM introduced a 1-year Post Graduate Diploma Course in Journalism from 2004-05 academic year ... More

BIJEM'S High Success in Job placement

BIJEM'S High Success in Job placement

Most of the students and trainees of BIJEM are educated jobless young generations, university & college students, housewives/home makers and government & non-government officials. More

BTRC may suspend Citycell operation after Aug 16

BTRC may suspend Citycell operation after Aug 16

The telecom regulator has decided to cancel the spectrum and radio equipment use permission of the country’s oldest mobile phone operator Citycell for non-payment of dues, and advised users of ... More

10 apps are killing your phone’s battery

10 apps are killing your phone’s battery

Do you allow your phone’s battery to die before the end of the day, or take a clunky charger everywhere you go? More

Don't leave your smartphone on charge overnight

Don't leave your smartphone on charge overnight

You could be destroying your smartphone by leaving it on charge overnight.That’s according to the guys at Battery University who claim if your gadget is kept charging after reaching capacity, ... More

NASA's K2 mission finds more than 100 new planets

NASA's K2 mission finds more than 100 new planets

The golden age of exoplanet discovery continues. More than 100 new exoplanets have been found by an international team of astronomers using the Kepler Space Telescope on its K2 mission, ... More

Telcos agree to compensate for on-net call drops

Telcos agree to compensate for on-net call drops

The country’s mobile phone companies on Monday agreed to provide its subscribers with one-minute free call as compensation if any call-drop happens within operators’ own network. More

Biometric registrations without SIM owners’ knowledge surface

Biometric registrations without SIM owners’ knowledge surface

Confusion has surfaced among the mobile phone subscribers after getting operators’ SMS that showed more numbers were re-registered through biometric process under their NID numbers than the users actually did. More

Snow in the Arctic turned Pink!

Snow in the Arctic turned Pink!

The Arctic snow is melting. What's new, you might ask? Dangerous as it is (both the phenomenon and the question), the melting Arctic has got a new reason to have ... More

Illegal int'l calls thrive on Teletalk

Illegal int'l calls thrive on Teletalk

State-owned carrier Teletalk's failure to kill around 22 lakh unregistered connections is allowing a huge volume of illegal international calls to be made, depriving the government of revenue. More

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