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Cloud seeding : A Solution to Low Monsoon and Rains!

Cloud seeding is the artificial process of getting rain, by weather modification. Rainfall happens when suppercooled droplets of water, become too heavy to remain suspended in air, fall and melts on their way to cause rain. Cloud seeding helps to get this process occur by altering precipitation,using chemicals such as silver iodide, potassium iodide and dry ice, spread through planes.
This process otherwise occurs naturally in the atmosphere. By the process of cloud seeding we can not only introduce rains but also enhance its amount in order to get more water in the target area or region. For this process, a variety of professionals are involved such as the meteorologists, pilots, aircraft technicians, radar engineers, etc. With time, the technology has undergone tremendous development in order to improvise the technique of delivering the rain inducing particles in the clouds as well as to monitor the seeded clouds so as to track the process and its results.

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Google Glasses: The Future of Internet Search and Technology

Google glass is a wearable computer in the form of pair of glasses that is designed to do the work of a smart phone or a tablet using voice commands; the importance thing is that it comes in the form of spectacles! It uses virtual reality interface to show different options in front of eyes while bearing these glasses.There is an Android-powered display that resides just immediately above the right eye. This display provides information about almost anything; and also enables activities like taking pictures, recording videos, live streaming of videos and travel directions and lots more; all these accessible by Siri-like voice commands. There is also a 720 pixel camera that is embedded in front of the gadget. This enables the wearer to take pictures or record even live videos.

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Cloud Computing Technology: Why Tech Giants are betting heavily on it?

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Cloud computing technology is a way of sharing of applications and services via the internet. In other words, it is an internet-based computing, where different services (servers, applications), are delivered to an organization’s computer systems and devices through the internet.

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Bangalore: The IT hub of India!

Bangalore - The IT hub of India -

In a way, we can say Bangalore is a conglomeration of many IT companies, most of them being one of the largest in India and also in the world. A few examples are : Accenture, IBM, Cisco, HP, Dell etc. The marvelous infrastructure and quality education, plus the technological flair of young people have attracted many MNCs to make Bangalore their primary hub. The constant improvement in the field of education and infrastructure too had played a pivotal role in boosting the economy of the city on a global scale.

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Forget 3D, here comes 5D Cinema: The new era of advanced virtual reality to thrill you!

Forget 3D, here comes 5D Cinema -

In recent years, 3D cinema has been accompanied with synchronization of some live as well as special effects installed in theatres. 5D cinema has given the restoration of 3D glasses; and in addition to that, there are many other physical elements introduced. That is, the theatre seats move and wobble; the hall is filled with fog and smoke; and then there are water drops and different smells that have their intermittent introduction into the theatre to complete the overall 5D experience. This new era of virtual reality is bound to give the audience a hair rising experience!

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Review of Samsung galaxy S3 : A Topnotch Gadget

Review of Samsung galaxy S3 - A Topnotch Gadget -

Samsung Galaxy is better than its previous model, the Galaxy S2, with much bigger and excellent display and it is compatible on 2G, 3G and 4G networks. The dimensions of the new Galaxy S3 are 136.6 mm X 70.6 mm X 8.6 mm. It also equipped with a 4.8 inch super AMOLED HD capacitive touchscreen. The weight of the phone is just 133g which is lighter than that of iPhone 4S. Galaxy S3 is powered by a 1.4 GHz quad core processor along with 1GB RAM and 16GB or 32GB of internal storage which can be expandable up to 64 GB with the help of micro SD. The display of Galaxy S3 has resolution of 1280X720 pixel with 306ppi pixel density.

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What is Android and why there is so much buzz around it?

Android is a mobile operating system that is normally used in smartphones and tablets. It has many features and development of applications on the android platform is done using the popular programming language called Java. Android can also be called a linux based system for smartphones and tablets. It was developed by an alliance of many companies led by Google. This alliance is known as the Open handset Alliance

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Frustrated with Telemarketing calls and SMS?…… Try National Do not call service.

The Do not call service is a new service provided by many telephone network companies according to guidelines given by TRAI (Telecom regulatory authority of India). This service is a result of continuous complaints of people against the frequent telemarketing calls and texts. When a customer activates this service on their cell phone number then the telemarketing calls and texts may usually stop for say about three months. The time period of the stoppage is entirely based upon the company and its norms.

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