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Now, App That Brings Fertility Clinic In Your Drawing Room

A must read for women struggling to conceive. Here comes an app that virtually sets up a fertility clinic in their drawing room. Called Conceivable, this subscription-based service is a personalized health programme that works to identify and address a variety of underlying factors that could be contributing to the issue at hand. How the

Research Come Up With “Safe” Drones

In an advanced development for drones, researchers have developed a new technology that enables drones to mimic human sense of balance to recover stable flight from any position and land autonomously in failure situations. Moreover, it will also help to launch drones by simply tossing them into the air like a baseball. Drones will be

Facebook Still Popular: Survey

Good news for Facebook addicts. Despite threats from mobile messaging services, the social networking site is not going lost into oblivion. A survey has found, the site still remains the most popular social network among teenagers of 13 to 17 years, Though sites as Instagram and Snapchat increasingly appeal to teenagers, Facebook is still a

Now, Retweet Unlimited On Twitter

Finally. Twitter has launched its retweet with comment feature that would allow users to feature other tweets in their own posts without using up any of their 140 characters. How it works? It is used by clicking on the retweet button, and choosing the quote tweet option from the pop-up. In the next step, it

Experts Suggest Some Easy Exercises During Busy Schedules

Try to use the staircase at least three times a day. Walk from your house or office to the bus stand. After every two hours, get up from the chair and take a deep breath and stretch backwards. Then breathe out and come and touch your toes. Twisting will also help. Hip rotation clockwise and

Exercises To Stay Healthy While In Office

Must read for office goers who remain busy throughout the day and sit at one spot at a stretch every day at the cost of their health. It is very necessary for them to take out some time to exercise at your workplace every now and then A survey has shown that 57 percent of

BMW To Recall Defected Cars

German luxury car maker BMW’s Chinese unit will recall over 79,000 vehicles to address defects that include flawed engine wiring and electric fuel pumps. As per the details, about 53,317 BMW vehicles will be recalled for flawed engine wiring, which may short out power supply and cause accidents, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection

Microsoft Hiring People With Autism

In a fresh development, Microsoft has launched a pilot program to hire autistic workers at its headquarters in Washington state. Mary Ellen Smith, a corporate vice president wrote in a company blog that people with autism bring strengths that they need in the company. Smith, who has a son with autism who is now 19,

Six Tips To Make Your Skin Summer Friendly

Its just April and the heat is scorching. But you need to go out to work. It’s necessary that you protect your skin from heat. From following the essential routine of cleansing, toning and moisturizing to maintaining a healthy diet, expert suggests various tips of taking care of yourself in the hot and humid weather.

Google Glass Will Help You To Speak Better

Do you to improve your public speaking skills? Take the help of Google Glass! Sounds crazy, isn’t Researchers have developed a new system that uses Google Glass to provide real-time feedback to the speaker on volume modulation and speaking rate. How it works? Smart glasses installed with the intelligent user interface called Rhema can record

Viacom Announces Job Slash

In a bad news, Media-entertainment giant Viacom has announced that it plans unspecified workforce reductions as part of a wide-ranging reorganization to help boost its financial performance in the face of increasing competition. The company which owns Paramount studios in Hollywood and a range of television channels including MTV and Comedy Central, said in a