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Get ready!Make Way for India’s Very Own GPS – NavIC to Hit the Markets in 2018:

We’ve all arrived in unusual places and expressed gratitude toward Google Maps for driving us securely back to home.. Most of us can’t imagine life without one, especially in India! But we’re highly dependent on the US GPS (Global Positioning System) system, and it may not always meet our expectations of accuracy. To change this, India will soon launch its very own GPS system, (NavIC)the Navigation with Indian Constellation (The SAILOR in hindi or sanskrit) , and it will be free of the US clock system. It is set to hit the market for public use in early 2018.India to be the fifth country to have its own navigation after USA,UK,RUSSIA,CHINA. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched IRNSS-1G, the last satellite to its constellation of seven satellites needed ...

BSNL launches mobile wallet created by MobiKwik

BSNL has propelled its portable wallet at an occasion in New Delhi, a couple of days back. The state run organization had signed a MoU with MobiKwik in the period of May so they could make this portable wallet together.Unlike the various portable wallets that exist in the nation, the BSNL wallet is just going to exist for BSNL clients. An announcement by the organization has said that the aim of this versatile wallet is to take computerized installments to country India and semi-urban India. The advanced wallet will have the capacity to be utilized crosswise over 1.5 million vendors crosswise over India. As per BSNL, this makes it the biggest versatile wallet by any telecom organization in India. Anupam Srivastava, the director of BSNL, has said that “Through this strategic partnership bet...

Govt. Revolutionizes Passport Verification; Physical Police Verification Needed No More!

In the current scenario, if anyone wants to have their passports issued or renewed, cops arrive at the applicant’s home, and physically verify the details provided. But, not anymore. Govt. of India has unleashed a major reform pertaining to passport verification and issuance. Within a year from now, all forms of physical police verification would be abolished, thereby introducing a fully digitalized version of the same. Under the new framework, a centralized database of anti-social elements and criminals would be created, covering pan-India. And when a particular person’s police records are required to be verified, this centralized database would be used. This new system, called as Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project (CCTNS), will be connected with passport services of ...

Introducing the new 8th Generation Intel Core Processor

The eighth generation is hear: Intel’s new 8th generation Core processors launched with revised Kaby Lake chips. Intel declared its most recent eighth generation core processors , and is promising that the new chips will present to a 40 percent speed support over the past seventh-era Kaby Lake chips. The eighth-era chips will be doing things a little uniquely in contrast to different generations. Before, Intel has either utilized generational strides for presenting new chip structures (say, the hop from 22nm to 14nm amongst Has well and Broad well) or to offer an enhanced variant of the past era’s engineering (like Sky lake, which was an overhauled form of the 14nm node. The eighth-generation chips, for the first time in the Core line will be doing a mixture of both. Is an invigorate...

Express Wi-Fi by Facebook

  After remaining in beta testing phase for nearly 18 months, Facebook on Thursday officially announced its Express Wi-Fi internet services in India, which is already available at 700 hotspots across Uttarakhand, Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Meghalaya. Facebook has joined forces with 500 nearby business people who will offer these administrations through vouchers that are valued extending ₹10-20 for a day or ₹200-300 for a month. Express Wi-Fi won’t require a client to have or set up a Facebook account, the organization said: “We are not looking at making any revenue from this initiative. Our mission is to serve the underserved and under connected and by charging users for the service, we are ensuring that it is a sustainable effort at an extremely affordable cost for the consumers,”...

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