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Indian Railways launches first solar-powered DEMU train Indian Railways launches first solar-powered train

1600 HP solar-powered DEMU train will run from Sarai Rohilla in Delhi to Farukh Nagar in Haryana


New tool turns audio clips into realistic video New tool turns audio clips into realistic video

The researchers successfully generate highly-realistic video of former US President Barack Obama talking about terrorism, fatherhood, job creation


Now share any file you want on WhatsApp Now share any file you want on WhatsApp

Earlier, users were restricted to sharing only the PDF file formats


New solar cell may be most efficient in the world New solar cell may be most efficient in the world

The prototype integrates multiple cells stacked into a single device capable of capturing nearly all of the energy in the solar spectrum


Windows Phone 8 fades out as Microsoft mulls mobile strategy Windows Phone 8 fades out as Microsoft mulls mobile strategy

Some reports say Microsoft could launch a Surface phone, spinning off the success of tablet computers by that same name


Smallest-ever star discovered

Smallest-ever star discovered

The star is likely as small as stars can possibly become, as it has just enough mass to enable the fusion of hydrogen nuclei into helium


NASA releases new images of raging storm on Jupiter NASA releases new images of raging storm on Jupiter

The Great Red Spot measured 10,159 miles (16,350 kilometers) wide on April 3 of this year, which is 1.3 times the size of the Earth


Arctic winter warming events becoming more frequent Arctic winter warming events becoming more frequent

The average length of each event has grown from fewer than two days to nearly two and a half days, the findings showed


Soon, smartphone may be charged within seconds Soon, smartphone may be charged within seconds

The design could make energy storage devices like batteries just as fast as the speedy supercapacitors that are used to provide energy in a pinch


NASA probe successfully peers into Jupiter's Great Red Spot NASA probe successfully peers into Jupiter's Great Red Spot

"My latest Jupiter flyby is complete!" said a post on the @NASAJuno Twitter account


Fusion energy pushed back beyond 2050 Fusion energy pushed back beyond 2050

A new version of a European "road map" lays out the technological hurdles to be overcome if the processes powering the Sun is to be harnessed on Earth


James Webb: Swallowing the biggest space telescope Swallowing the biggest space telescope

The successor to Hubble has been locked tight inside a giant chamber where it will undergo a series of tests to simulate conditions off Earth


WhatsApp to get UPI payments feature by year end WhatsApp to get UPI payments feature by year end

WhatsApp is in advanced talks with banks and lobby organisation NPCI to add support for UPI-based payments on its app


New way to stop disease spread New way to stop disease spread

In other systems, there is observational evidence that cannibalism hinders the spread of disease


Google Maps speed limits available only in two areas Google Maps speed limits available only in two areas

The speed limit indicator began to appear on Maps last year in the selected regions

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