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World acknowledges India’s capabilities, potential in space tech: Jitendra Singh

New Delhi: The world has begun to acknowledge India’s capabilities and potential in space technology, with the country home to 140 space startups, Union minister for Science & Technology Jitendra Singh said on Thursday. Addressing the inaugural session of the G20 fourth edition of Space Economy Leaders Meeting (SELM), the minister said, this has been …

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pCloud lifetime cloud storage was a better pick for me over Google One

Hadlee Simons / Android Authority I’ve been a Google One subscriber for a while now, opting for the 100GB plan after Google stopped unlimited high-quality backups in Photos. But between my personal usage, photos/videos from review units, and family members on my plan, I realized that 100GB wouldn’t be enough. Upgrading to 200GB or more …

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Pixel 7 and 6 update may be causing severe battery drain and overheating

Robert Triggs / Android Authority SL;DR Pixel 7 and 6 owners are reporting battery drain and overheating issues. The issues appear to be linked to June’s security patch. It appears some users have been spared from the problem. Last week, Google finally released the June security patch for Pixel 7 and 6 devices. While it’s …

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TechScape: Is Apple’s $3,500 Vision Pro more than just another tech toy for the rich? | Technology

Yesterday, Apple finally confirmed the worst-kept secret in Silicon Valley, and announced the Vision Pro, its $3,499 virtual reality headset. From our story: The headset allows users to interact with “apps and experiences”, the Apple vice-president of human interface design, Alan Dye, said, in an augmented reality (AR) version of their own surroundings or in …

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Frore AirJet: a palm-sized PC might contain the future of gadget cooling

There are largely two kinds of PCs — ones cooled by spinning fans, and ones cooled passively. A San Jose, California startup has raised $116 million in hopes of introducing a third way: a micro-electromechanical system that shoots air out of a solid-state chip, cooling with a device thinner and quieter than most fans can …

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Apple Stock A Buy Right Now? AAPL Stock Chart Shows This

Consumer electronics giant apples (AAPL) has seen its sales hindered by weakening macroeconomic conditions, which have rocked Apple stock. Still, many investors might be wondering if AAPL stock is a buy right now. X Apple Stock News: iPhone 14 Sales Apple introduced its third-generation 5G smartphones, the iPhone 14 series, on Sept. 7. It also …

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Apple Stock A Buy Right Now? AAPL Stock Chart Shows This

Consumer electronics giant apples (AAPL) has seen its sales hindered by supply constraints and weakening macroeconomic conditions, which have rocked Apple stock. Still, many investors might be wondering if AAPL stock is a buy right now. X Apple Stock News: iPhone 14 Sales Apple introduced its third-generation 5G smartphones, the iPhone 14 series, on Sept. …

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NASA sets to explore Quantum Tech and 3D printing for climate and space research

NASA is eyeing two new institutes to advance technology critical to engineering and climate research. Two research institutes are set to receive up to $15 million over a period of five years each. One institute will concentrate on enhancing quantum sensing technology to support climate research, while the other will strive to improve comprehension and …

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