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Red Room

TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains instances of extreme violence. Reader discretion is advised. It was a hot, blazing afternoon. I was gaming with my friends. The doorbell rang out of nowhere and I couldn’t think of anyone who would visit… Continue Reading →

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The Evolution of Smartphones

What makes a modern smartphone smart is its ability to connect to the internet and its functions like video playback, music, cameras, and gaming. The Candybar touchscreen form factor of smartphones has been in existence since 2006 or so, the… Continue Reading →

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Making Sense Of Cryptocurrency

On 24th March 2020 at 8 PM, TV screens across India flickered in unison as the Indian government announced a 21-day nationwide lockdown as a preventive measure for the COVID-19 pandemic. This announcement caused a complete meltdown of economies worldwide…. Continue Reading →

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Airplane Mode

 Ping! Sound familiar?  That’s the sound I woke up to every day, ever since I got my first mobile phone at thirteen. Of course, technology has come a long way. But at least I did not have to ask a… Continue Reading →

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Privacy in today’s connected world

Did you know that only one in three Indians would object to their privacy being breached? This is according to a 2014 survey conducted by Pew Research Centre. It is apparent that a lot of Indians wouldn’t mind trading their… Continue Reading →

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The infamous Twitter hack

Humans lately have evolved, trying to bring about reforms in society and break stereotypes. However, we keep moving in circles when it comes to its impact. It was on 16th September 1987, the Montreal Protocol was signed and we are… Continue Reading →

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Only a Matter of Time

There’s a famous quote that goes, “time and tide wait for none”. But what if I told you, that against common belief, time is not a constant but a relative phenomenon? Time feels like one of the only constants in… Continue Reading →

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Godspeed, Oppy.

In 2004, NASA sent two rovers to Mars as part of its MER (Mars exploration program). The entire mission was planned to last 90 days. It lasted 15 years. The Mars exploration program is a long-term initiative by NASA to… Continue Reading →

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Asteroid Mining

Humans are quite greedy species. Our needs are never-ending and desire ever growing. We constantly yearn for more but are rarely willing to pay the price. Eventually, someone will have to pay for all the debt that we, as a… Continue Reading →

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A review of Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs

  “I think that it’s extraordinarily important that we in computer science keep fun in computing. When it started out, it was an awful lot of fun. Of course, the paying customers got shafted every now and then, and after… Continue Reading →

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Revival 2.0

The finality of death has often disrupted the human notion of negotiation, simply because life is non-refundable, unexchangeable and every customer is allowed only up to one purchase. This reasoning has convinced us to perceive death as a single event… Continue Reading →

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OnePlus Bullets Wireless Review

OnePlus is a renowned company which makes smartphones in a budget-friendly price, giving a lot of competition to the flagship phones of other companies. But recently, they have also entered into the wireless headphones market which was started by Apple… Continue Reading →

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The Big Fat Cosmic Quest

Of all the secrets of the natural world explored by humans, the ultimate is the search for dark matter, a mysterious and invisible form of matter that many scientists believe actually holds the fabric of the universe together. And from… Continue Reading →

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Kojo

Imagine if you could learn to program, enhance your mental skills and learn Math in an interactive way. Imagine you could create art, music and games. Imagine you could explore science and electronics. Now imagine you could do all this… Continue Reading →

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The ‘GitHub’

GitHub is a website and service that most geeks talk about, yet people don’t really understand what is, so I’ll try to explain in my words about what Github does. To start with, we need to know about what ‘Git’… Continue Reading →

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Vim – The Bad Parts

                                               (if you were triggered by this title, you’re gonna love this article) I love Vim. Lots of… Continue Reading →

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Flexible Display Technology

From decades the display of any appliances we use in our day to day life have been just a flat piece of glass or fibre. In recent times, most of the hardware based companies have been working on curved display… Continue Reading →

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