Tech

China’s ‘.cn’ becomes world’s most commonly used domain
Beijing: China’s country code domain “.cn” is now the world’s most commonly used, the state media reported. It had 16.36 million users by the end of 2015, topping Germany’s “.de”, Xinhua cited China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC), which manages the domain, data released on Friday. The .cn domain
Are you often losing money in gambling? Here’s why
Posted on: 11:49 AM IST Jan 09, 2016 | Updated on: 11:56 am,Jan 9,2016 IST New York: Can’t figure out why you lose every time while playing poker with friends? Blame it on poor single-brain connection. According to a study, people with a stronger connection between two specific brain
‘Smart’, self-cleaning, paperfree toilet debuts at CES 2016
Posted on: 11:22 AM IST Jan 09, 2016 The demo high-tech toilets from Japan are unabashedly right in the middle of the floor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. While the toilets are not functioning ones, manufacturer Toto is keen to show how its “intelligent” washlet system
US government meets tech leaders from Apple, Google, Facebook on anti-terror efforts
San Jose: After clashing with technology companies over encryption and government surveillance, the Obama administration adopted a friendlier tone Friday as it sought to enlist Silicon Valley’s help in stopping terrorist groups from recruiting and mobilizing followers online. The government also announced initiatives against violent extremism, including an overhaul
Space X to re-attempt Falcon 9 rocket ocean landing after land success
Cape Canaveral: Technology entrepreneur Elon Musk’s SpaceX will attempt to land its next Falcon 9 rocket on a barge in the Pacific Ocean, seeking another milestone a month after landing a booster on the ground in a spaceflight first, the company said on Friday. The Falcon 9 rocket, carrying
Nissan tests all-electric, driverless car at NASA facility
San Francisco: With the help from NASA space technology, automaker Nissan has successfully test-driven its all-electric, driverless car at NASA’s Ames Research Centre in California this week that will help scientists send self-driving vehicles on deeper space missions. Nissan’s all-electric LEAF performed safe autonomous drives across the Ames centre