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Meet Nadine! A Beautiful Humanoid Robot with Personality, Mood and Emotions

Meet Nadine! A Beautiful Humanoid Robot with Personality, Mood and Emotions

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) have done remarkable job by creating a social robot named Nadine, which looks almost similar to a human being. Behind the welcome desk at the Singapore University, you will meet Nadine, who is working as a receptionist at the NTU Singapore and is much different to other conventional robots. She has her own personality, mood and emotions. When you reach receptionist desk at the University, Nadine will welcome you with a friendly hello, shake hands with you and greets you with a smiling face.

Pre-Dawn Sky to Welcome Comet Catalina

Pre-Dawn Sky to Welcome Comet Catalina

The inner part of our solar system has been visited by Comet Catalina for the first time, as reported by NASA. The comet, officially known as C/2013 US10, will be visible in the sky before the dawn of January 1, 2016. The comet, which was found on October 31, 2013, will return to the outer space permanently after its short visibility in sky. The comet was named after the Catalina Sky Survey, funded by NASA, at the University of Arizona in Tucson.

Facebook Glitch says you’ve been Friend with Social Site for 46 Years Now

1B--Facebook Glitch says you’ve been Friend with Social Site for 46 Years Now

A glitch that appeared on Facebook on Thursday shows its users that they have been friends with Facebook for 46 years. The company experts are presently busy in fixing the bug as soon as possible.

At first, it was thought that the issue was experienced by really old accounts. Due to the glitch the largest social network has sent out messages congratulating users for 46 years of friendship with people in their list.

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Meet This App Which Tells Why Your Baby is crying

Meet This App Which Tells Why Your Baby is crying

A team of researchers has recently developed a new application that can easily decode crying. The researchers said it can be used by parents of newborns to know what their baby’s crying means.

Brandon and Abby Newsom, couple that last week was blessed with a baby boy Brayden, said the bliss that comes with being new parents also comes with a lot of crying from the baby, but this $3 app will prove very beneficial for them.

Reduce Weight in Attainable Ways

Reduce Weight in Attainable Ways

Extra weight gain due to festive season is often followed by New Year resolutions to lose it. However, people need to understand that weight loss requires following certain specific methods, along with commitment and willpower. Weight maintenance can not only provide a healthier but also a longer life. Obesity can lead to diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer, osteoporosis, and fertility issues.

Novel Gene-editing technique capable of stopping progression of DMD

Metformin may hold secret to longevity: Study

Researchers from UT Southwestern Medical Center have developed a new gene technology that has stopped the progression of Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) in young mice. If the technique is advanced then the technique could lead to one of the successful genome-editing based treatments for the disease.

AT&T joins other wireless companies by ending two-year phone contracts from January 8

AT&T joins other wireless companies by ending two-year phone contracts from January 8

Joining the league of other wireless operators like T-Mobile and Verizon, AT&T is also putting an end to its long-going two –year phone contract scheme. From January 8, people will not be able to get a cellphone using this scheme.

Instead, AT&T is starting two new schemes as per which a person can buy the phone by paying the full price upfront or in installments over time. The decision will be applicable on all the phones even flip phones and non-smartphones with keyboards. But the scheme will remain open for business contracts.

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Microsoft to send special head-ups if online accounts are hit by state-sponsored hackers

Microsoft to send special head-ups if online accounts are hit by state-sponsored hackers

In its new policy, Microsoft will inform users of online services that whether or not they have become a target of government-sponsored attackers. When you will use Microsoft’s online email and file-storage service, you can get a special heads-up that may state if your account is hit by a state-sponsored hacker. It will be more like a warning that user must take additional steps to protect their accounts.

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