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Researchers hack into Gmail with 92 percent accuracy

Researchers hack into Gmail with 92 percent accuracy

A team of US engineers has developed a method that allows them to successfully hack into apps including Gmail up to 92 percent of the time.

Feeling good at work may lead to negative outcomes

Feeling good at work may lead to negative outcomes

Contrary to popular opinion, it can be good to feel bad at work, while feeling good in the workplace can also lead to negative outcomes, says research.

Tops list of requests for blocking content on Facebook

Tops list of requests for blocking content on Facebook

Indian law enforcement agencies requested Facebook to block content in 4,765 instances citing local laws between July and December last year, the largest by any country.

Mystery of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

China spots 'suspicious white objects', US Navy sends Black Box locator

In one of the most baffling mysteries in modern aviation, no trace of the plane nor any sign of wreckage has been found despite a search by navies and military aircraft of more than a dozen countries.

Most controversial takes of Khushwant Singh

Most controversial takes of Khushwant Singh

It was a fine winter afternoon of Delhi when I met Khushwant Singh at his home in a posh Delhi locality – Sujan Singh Park built by his wealthy contractor father Sir Sobha Singh – only to be shocked by a note pasted outside his house.

Fastest Coronal mass ejection captured by NASA’s STEREO

Fastest Coronal ejection captured by NASA's STEREO

Researchers have published a paper that uncovers the origin and cause of an extreme space weather event that occurred on July 22, 2012, at the sun and generated the fastest solar wind speed ever recorded directly by a solar wind instrument.

Prototype virtual reality headset for Playstation

Prototype virtual reality headset for Playstation

San Francisco: Sony Corp unveiled a prototype for a new virtual reality headset accessory for its Playstation 4 games console on Tuesday at the annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, as it bids to further acceptance of the concept.

Art of getting offended

Art of getting offended

India is a country that has come to take pride in taking offence. Every community has somehow decided that they will boycott something or the other. Where is our sense of humour? Have we decided to forego our traditions and culture of being open to different thoughts and opinions for a few statements made by people who don`t even matter?

Daily dose of ‘AAP TV’ for the nation

Daily dose of 'AAP TV' for the nation

In the driving seat through this roller-coaster ride is Arvind Kejriwal. The RTI activist turned politician wants to be the prime minister of the country or at least turn king maker – from forming the party in November 2012 to 7 Race Course Road in May 2014, a supersonic 18 month journey to lead world’s largest democracy, that’s fast; faster than Mars rover’s journey to the red planet!

25 pc boys and 33 pc girls in high schools are depressed

25 pc boys and 33 pc girls in high schools are depressed

The research of almost 4500 year 7 to 12 students also found that 34 per cent of girls and 30 per cent of boys were constantly under strain and unable to deal with their difficulties, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.

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