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Meenakshi Rawat

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Having worked on Entertainment, Technology, and Business for four years, Meenakshi finds solace in technology, and more so in covering it. She loves to read novels, listen to music, and roam around places. You can reach Meenakshi at meenakshi@pc-tablet.com.

Redmorph Privacy and Security App for Android devices now available in India

Post the launch of Redmorph in the United States of America, the company announced its entry into the market of India with its app “The Ultimate Privacy and Security Solution”, which is the security and privacy app of the company, has designed for its...

Web Browsing now available on Amazon Fire TV for more than 100 countries

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Amazon Fire TV customers now have the option to browse the web via their TV. The Fire TV provides its customers access to a library of more than 500,000 movies as well as TV episodes. Apart from this huge collection, Fire TV users also...

Idea Cellular to offer digital news magazines via MyIdea App

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The telecom operator Idea Cellular has tied up with Magzter to provide its customers an access to digital news and magazines through the MyIdea app. With this feature in the MyIdea app, the Idea customers will be able to access more than 100000 issues...

Pluto’s Greatest Moon Could Be Having Massive Ocean

Scientists are supposing that Pluto’s largest moon, Charon could be having some spectacular features. NASA launched the New Horizon probe on Pluto two years ago to explore Charon and other moons on Pluto and they recently released data and astonishing images and videos that...

Space Archaeologists To Study International Space Station

Space archaeologists are conducting a study on the culture and society that has grown since the International Space Station (ISS) was established in the orbit more than 17 years ago. Researchers will examine millions of photos, data, and astronaut artifacts that will give them...

Zero-Gravity New Space Drone Sends First Images From Space

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have a new and adorable robotic ball that can capture images and videos while roving in zero gravity. Known as the “Int-Ball Camera”, the drone was created to take the photography duties from astronauts. The Japan’s space...

Perseids Meteor Shower And Delta Aquarids Peak Dates

The peak dates for the anticipated light-producing Perseids meteor showers are here. The annual event this year is overlapping with the Delta Aquarids. The Perseids meteor shower usually commences from July 17 when the Earth surpasses the path of Comet Swift-Tuttle. These showers will,...

From Local Plastic Surgeon to Creating a Unique Solar Eclipse Viewing App

Viewing solar eclipse is a tradition that many have been born to learn and continue with it and also having the pleasure to pass it to the next generation. What have you been using to view what actually happens during the solar eclipse? Special...

Fiction Becoming Reality through Quantum Entanglement; Teleportation

Teleportation is a word which may be news to many but it is mainly featured in fictional movies. Teleportation has an interesting science behind it that can be explained in detail by those who introduced such a process. Apparently, in the near past, some...

Hubble Space Telescope Captures Series Of Startling Images Of Stars-Forming Knots In Isolated Galaxy

The NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has unveiled fascinating findings on how the newborn stars in an isolated galaxy away from the sun were created about 2.7 billion years after the universe was formed as result of the Big Bang. The astronomers applied the natural...

NASA Scientists Shares Various Strategies For Detecting Asteroids Impact

Space scientists joined the NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office (PDCO) during the Asteroid Day celebrations to share diverse strategies that can prevent disastrous asteroid collision. NASA hosted the event in their station in California on June 30 where the speakers stated the early asteroid...

Fastest Stars In Milky Way Originate From Another Galaxy

Milky Way is a habitat to many strange fast stars. Scientists have discovered that the fastest stars could have come from a different galaxy. The bizarre stars linger around the Milky Way galaxy and close to two dozen have been discovered travelling at great...

SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft Returns From Space Station

SpaceX cargo spacecraft has come back to the Earth Planet from the International Space Station (ICC) after the second trip. The space dragon returned with over 1,860 kg of cargo from the Chinese’s first trip to the orbiting laboratory including the science samples collected...

SpaceX Cancels Launch of Falcon 9 Rocket Second Day Consecutively

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SpaceX has scrubbed the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket for the second day in a row. The computers automatically terminated the launch of the rocket on Monday during the final moments before it takes off from the NASA’s Kennedy Space Center located in...

Alaskan Volcano Explodes Momentarily

The Alaska volcano has encountered an eruption that lasted for 50 minutes sending up ask clouds more than 36,000 feet across the Aleutian Islands. The volcano erupted around 1 p.m. on July 2. Basing on the findings from Alaska Volcano Observatory, the moving cloud...