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ixigo Enters $20 Bn Smart Wearables Market with ixigo class

India’s leading travel search engine ixigo, has announced the launch of a wearable product that will change the way one perceives the world around them. ixigo glass is a first-of-its-kind smart wearable that helps users see real-time comparisons for whatever they lay their eyes on. For instance, if a user is looking through the glasses and sees a bunch of cabs on the road, the glasses will project the various price offerings, telling them which one they can book at the lowest fare. ixigo glass comes pre-installed with a custom built Operating System for this interface. It can be…

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Use of Aqueous Extract of Pseuderanthemum acuminatissimum Radlk Leaves to Mediate the Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles and Their Anti Eschericia coli Activity

Introduction Functionalized gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) have prospective as antimicrobial products to counter, for example, fungi and bacteria [1]. Increasing efforts have actually been committed to research study in this field, especially in the advancement of metal nanoparticles (such as copper, silver and gold nanoparticles) as anti-bacterial agents [1-4] The most common target for antibacterial agents has been gram-negative germs, owing to the multi-drug resistance phenomena observed in gram-negative bacteria [2-5]. Advancements in this area have actually been influenced by the need to discover the type of metal nanoparticles, and the functionalization of such nanoparticles, that will display the best…

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No one is using Facebook stories, so it turned your friends into ghosts

Facebook launched a new story feature in its main app last week, adding a Snapchat-esque feed of ephemeral pictures and videos to the top of the News Feed. But people are apparently less than enthusiastic about using it, which is why Facebook seems to be testing a bit of encouragement for the new feature. Facebook seems to be turning your closest digital friends into ghosts Now, instead of showing a sad, empty feed devoid of stories from any of your friends, Facebook is turning your friends into ghosts who aren’t hip enough to use stories. So, instead of the…

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Mass Effect: Andromeda becomes an early access game after launch

Mass Effect: Andromeda is a game that suffered from animation issues and a number of rough edges that hurt the enjoyment of the story itself. It’s nearly impossible to sit back and get lost in a world when that world has yet to be finished. Yesterday, BioWare announced that a series of patches would fix many of these problems, and these patches would be released “over the next two months.” Congratulations, you bought an early access game that you thought was finished. If you know that changes this large are going to be made to the game in the…

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The U.S. Navy’s Futuristic New Aircraft Carrier Is Finally Hitting The Seas For Testing

The USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78), America’s futuristic new aircraft carrier, will finally hit the open water for sea trials this week, the Navy confirmed to Business Insider. The ship and crew have already completed a pier side dry run of operations in Newport News, Virginia, and will hit the seas later this week to test out its most basic functions. The Ford, the first ship in its class, promises to bring the Navy unrivaled new capabilities for launching and recovering aircraft at sea, detecting enemies and threats, and generating three times the usual power output to accommodate weapons of…

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SpaceX makes aerospace history with successful landing of a used rocket

After more than two years of landing its rockets after launch, SpaceX finally sent one of its used Falcon 9s back into space. The rocket took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, this evening, sending a communications satellite into orbit, and then landed on one of SpaceX’s drone ships floating in the Atlantic Ocean. It was round two for this particular rocket, which already launched and landed during a mission in April of last year. But the Falcon 9’s relaunch marks the first time an orbital rocket has launched to space for a second time. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk appeared…

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Musk Trolls Shorts as Tesla Value Climbs to Record, Passes Ford

Tesla Inc.’s Elon Musk poked fun at short sellers as his electric-car maker maker’s stock surged to a record, vaulting its market value past century-old rival Ford Motor Co. “Stormy weather in Shortville…” the chief executive officer tweeted Monday, as Tesla shares climbed as much as 5.7 percent. The maker of Model S sedans and Model X crossovers saw its market capitalization surge to about $47.8 billion, $2.6 billion more than Ford. Tesla has long been a popular target by short sellers including Jim Chanos, who famously bet early on energy company Enron Corp.’s failure and was proven right….

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