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Smartphone can hack 3-D printer to steal intellectual property

New York: The sophisticated gadgetry in smartphones makes them ideal tools to steal sensitive data from 3-D printers, says a study. That’s according to a new University at Buffalo study that explores security vulnerabilities of 3-D printing, also called additive manufacturing, which analysts say will become a multibillion-dollar industry employed to build everything from rocket engines to heart valves. “Many ... Read More »

MANUU extends date for Kashmiri Students

Hyderabad: Maulana Azad National Urdu University has decided to permit the Kashimiri students who are selected for various UG, PG and Research programs to take admission till 29th July 2016. According to Prof. P. F. Rahman, Chairman Central Admission Committee, all those Kashimiri students who are selected for various UG, PG and Research programs of MANUU are requested to take ... Read More »

Jammu And Kashmir Government Will Help Conduct NEET-II Exam In Srinagar: CBSE

New Delhi:  CBSE today said the Jammu and Kashmir government has agreed to provide all necessary support for conducting the NEET-II examination on July 24 in Srinagar, where curfew has been imposed in the wake of violence following killing of a terrorist leader. Admit cards issued by CBSE will be considered as curfew passes as agreed by the state government, ... Read More »

UPSC to go paper-free, no call letters for interview

No paper call letters for interviews will be issued to candidates who have cleared civil services main examination and they will instead have to download e-summons, UPSC has said. Thousands of students appear for the prestigious civil services examination conducted annually by the Union Public Service Commission to select officers for Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and ... Read More »

Private firearm transactions to be prohibited on Facebook

  In the wake of string of mass shootings in United States and with ongoing debates on easy access to guns, social networking giant Facebook has prohibited global users from coordinating person-to-person private sales of firearms on its website and on its Instagram photo-sharing service. U.S. President Barack Obama had also urged social media companies to clamp down on gun ... Read More »

Seminar for engineering students

  According to the Director Tayyaba Engineering Consultants, Mr. Mirza Basalat Baig a free career awareness seminar will be held for final year students of Engineering (Mechanical & Electrical) on Saturday, January 30, at 11 am, at TEC Excellence Campus, Pillar no 46, Rethibowli, Mehdipatnam. Engineering students, parents, teachers and job seekers can attend seminar and get information regarding their ... Read More »

Wireless, dissolvable sensors to soon monitor brain

A team of neurosurgeons and engineers has developed wireless brain sensors that monitor pressure and temperature inside the brain and then are absorbed by the body so that there is no need for surgery to remove the devices. Developed by scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis and engineers at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the implants ... Read More »

Coaching classes begin for police constables exam

coaching classes for written competitive exam for recruitment of police constables at Abid Ali Khan Eye Hospital from 7 to 11 am. According to Coordinator Syed Khalid Mohiuddin Asad, services of experienced lecturers under the supervision of coaching expert Abdul Hafeez have been engaged. Candidates who have submitted the forms for competitive exam can reach Abid Ali Khan Eye Hospital, ... Read More »

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