Xiaomi sends out media invites for Mi Max 2 India launch

Xiaomi has sent out invites to the India media regarding the launch of the Mi Max 2 early next week. While the invite doesn’t exactly specify the name of the device, one look at it and you can tell what it’s about. The new Mi Max 2 has a full aluminum unibody design that is just as big as the last one, same 6.44-inch 1080p display, newer generation but slower Snapdragon 625, 4GB RAM, 64/128GB storage, 12 megapixel f2.2 rear camera, 5 megapixel f2.0 front camera, stereo speakers, Android Nougat and a…

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Find Out The Availability Of Best Screen Recorders

Nowadays people use screen recorders for great many reasons. Introducing another user to do some task in his or her computer is something will make you break down at the end of the day. While screen recording is a viable solution of the above mentioned situation as well as will help you to capture streaming videos to perceive offline videos later, record YouTube videos or even capture Skype calls, in this content we are going to compile the best screen recorders for our users. Movavi screen capture video is a…

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Board exams results out: Here’s a list of top foreign universities Class 12 science students apply to

As Class 12 board examinations come to an end and universities around the world open their doors to admit first-year students, the multitude of possible options can become agonising. Especially, when you are opting for a science degree abroad, the selection of course specialisation, university and country build up to a monstrous task. Since it’s imperative to get these information right, let’s start cutting through the clutter by shortlisting top global universities. Choosing your specialisation At this stage, most students would have decided or already had a brief idea on…

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AMD Threadripper grab: Dell’s Alienware shuts out other major vendors for 2017

For PlayStation 4 – Deal Alert Clarification: Alienware claimed a worldwide exclusive on Threadripper, but that exclusive is only among major PC vendor rivals such as HP and Lenovo. Smaller boutique OEMs will indeed be able to build Threadripper-based PCs at launch, as will DIY PC builders. If you can’t wait to order a new PC with AMD’s crazy 16-core Threadripper CPU, there’s bad news and good news. The bad news is, Dell subsidiary Alienware announced Monday afternoon that it has secured an exclusive deal for AMD’s high-end chip through the…

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CBSE NET 2017 form release gets delayed: Likely to be out by June 20

The application form for the National Eligibility Test (NET) has not been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) yet and a delay is being expected. The exam is conducted twice a year, usually in the months of June and December,  but since the past one year, it is being conducted in July and January. Last year, the form was released on April 12 for the July exam. This had made the candidates more tensed. The CBSE conducts NET on behalf of the University Grants Commission (UGC). The…

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Why Topshop is falling out of fashion with the Instagram generation

While the Oxford Circus flagship store is a ‘destination’ shop, many branches outside London feel like relics from a pre-digital age Instagram influencer and fashion lover Ono Bello takes a selfie. Photograph: Stefan Heunis/AFP/Getty Images 31 Ellie Violet Bramley Wednesday 7 June 2017 17.47 BSTLast modified on Wednesday 7 June 2017 22.57 BST There was a time, for many British teenagers, when no Saturday was complete without a trip to Topshop. It was a name that had cache – and fashion editors didn’t think twice about dressing in Topshop threads. But now…

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Nail art designs you must try out

  When it comes to beauty trends, nail art is in vogue nowadays. From shattered nails to metallic nails, the evolution of nail trend has come a long way from a basic-polish manicure. And suiting your personality or even mood, you can actually experiment a lot with different nails arts. So, it’s safe to say that the nail-art design you sport speak volumes about your personality while jazzing up your look. Depending on your personal style, whether you like to experiment with something chic and bold, go metallic, try something…

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Poll 2.0: Playing it out successfully on gadgets

Even as politicians are sweating it out on ground zero to woo people, the 4G-era voters are ‘playing’ with them on their mobile and laptop screens, virtually. The hordes of mobile phone games and app on desi politics are helping the gaming enthusiasts in fighting the ballot battle on their own. Giving a gaming twist to the ongoing poll fight, these political games having prominent leaders as main characters are in great demand. These include Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and BSP chief…

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Roll out of revised education system to begin in May

The new education system developed to replace the discredited 8-4-4 could finally be implemented in May on a pilot basis in lower primary schools, documents seen by the Sunday Nation reveal. The system, which places emphasis on continuous assessment tests (CATs) over one-off examinations, will then be rolled out in January next year covering nursery, Standard One, Two and Three. The revelation comes ahead of a major conference on the curriculum scheduled for January 30 that will discuss the proposed system and schedules. In 2019, the system is expected to…

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School’s out: Inside Donald Trump’s extremest education agenda

Donald Trump’s election to the U.S. presidency left education policy experts at a complete loss to explain what this would mean for the nation’s schools. During his campaign, Trump gave few clues about what would inform his education leadership, only that he had some antipathy for the Department of Education, he was no fan of Common Core and he would advocate for more “school choice.” After his election, experienced education journalists at Education Week predicted Trump would embrace conservative Beltway think tanks and state education policy leaders who had bristled under the rule of…

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