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Four flaws detected in hundreds of millions of Android devices based on Qualcomm chipsets

Four flaws detected in hundreds of millions of Android devices based on Qualcomm chipsets

Four critical vulnerabilities have been discovered in Android devices based on Qualcomm chipsets. Security researcher Adam Donenfeld from Check Point Software Technologies has unveiled about the flaws at the Def Con security conference in Las Vegas on Sunday.

Hypothetical quantum particle, sterile neutrino, does not exist

Hypothetical quantum particle, sterile neutrino, does not exist

A research paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters has put an end to two-decade old debate among physicists by unveiling that it is 99% surety that a hypothetical quantum particle known as a sterile neutrino does not actually exist.

Facebook launches ‘Express WiFi’ paid Internet service in India

Facebook launches ‘Express WiFi’ paid Internet service in India

In an announcement made on its Internet.org website, social network Facebook has revealed that it has launched its new paid Internet service - called 'Express WiFi' - in India.

Google Car Project’s CTO Quits

Google Car Project’s CTO Quits

The Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of the Google Car Project, Chris Urmson, has suddenly put in his papers. The reason behind his exit from the American multinational technology company’s self-driving car project is still ambiguous. Chris did not make any clarification on to whether he has resigned from the Google or he has banished the complete idea of self-driven cars.

NASA captures slow motion video of rocket motor test

NASA captures slow motion video of rocket motor test

NASA recently released a video of a rocket motor test in slow motion, captured using a special kind of camera. The video contained the QM-2 test and showed how Orbital ATK propelled the solid rocket booster, which will be used by the apace agency to launch its new Space Launch System megarocket into deep space.

More women find their body weight acceptable: Study

More women find their body weight acceptable: Study

A study presented at the American Psychological Association's 124th Annual Convention stated that women today are not like before; they do accept their individual appearances with dignity and confidence. They now are less likely to look down on themselves showing dissatisfaction over one’s body image.

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