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  • Why most of the species live near the equator?

    The geographical pattern of increasing biodiversity from the poles to the equator is one of the most pervasive features of life on Earth. Many ‘historical’ and ‘ecological’ hypotheses have been proposed and debated, but there is still little consensus.   This idea is also referred to as the latitudinal diversity gradient, meaning that as you move from the equator towards the poles. There are multiple theories as to why this is the cas...

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  • Mesh Wi-Fi and their utility in our home

    Sometimes, you may have dead zones in your home where computers or other devices can’t connect to your Wi-Fi network. A mesh Wi-Fi system may be the solution. So, what’s a mesh Wi-Fi system, and how does it differ from a typical setup? Let's get to know - A wireless mesh network is a communications network made up of radio nodes organized in a mesh topology. A mesh refers to rich interconnection among devices or nodes. Wireless mesh networks often...

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  • Best tourist attraction of Austria

    There’s no doubt about that Austria is one of the most handsome countries on the European continent! There have regal cities forged by the hands of Habsburgs and Holy Roman Emperors, the world’s most famous coffee culture and sweeping forests of fir, , and hornbeam. With dramatic Alpine landscapes, Baroque architecture and rich culture, Austria has much to offer its visitors. Austria has some of the most incredible examples of historic architecture in all of E...

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  • ARM processor and its future implementation

    An ARM processor is a specific type of computer processor designed according to a model developed by ARM Holdings PLC. This processor design is described as a reduced instruction set computing (RISC) design, where a simplified central processing unit (CPU) design accommodates higher performance. The first ARM processor-based computer was the Acorn Archimedes, released in 1987. ARM stands for Advanced RISC Machines. ARM processors are microprocessors and are widely used...

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  • Best Laptop for programmer in 2019

    Today, most modern laptops, fortunately, feature plenty of threads and high clock speeds, which makes looking for the best laptop for programming as simple as saying ‘hello world.’ So, if you’re looking for the best laptop for programming, you’ll need to keep your eye out for a couple of features. For instance, the top laptops for programmers will feature the latest and best processors – and you’ll need that extra horsepower to effic...

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  • What is Gravitational wave?

    We've heard about gravitational waves for a long time. Gravitational waves are invisible. They were proposed by Henri Poincaré in 1905. And subsequently predicted in 1916 by Albert Einstein on the basis of his general theory of relativity. More than 100 years ago, a great scientist named Albert Einstein came up with many ideas about gravity and space. Albert Einstein during a lecture in Vienna in 1921. Einstein predicted that something special happens whe...

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  • Known unknown story about Swami Vivekananda

    Among all the young generations in the world, the name of Swami Vivekananda flashes bright and clear. The name was one of the most influential to the monks of all times. Hailing from India, Swami Vivekananda’s life was not a smooth ride at all. He had to sail through tremendous difficulties in life. In this article, we are going to explore some of the lesser-known facts about this inspiring monk Swami Vivekananda who inspired millions of men and women across t...

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  • Best Linux distros for 2019

    Linux is loved by enthusiasts, those who actually know how to use the operating system which is far from newbie-friendly. It places third in the race for world's most popular operating system behind GUI-focussed Windows in pole position and MacOS in its slipstream. It's the open-source foundation on which the OS is built. Developers and engineers alike love its malleability, any code can be shared and modified by anyone who wants to take it on, making it not just ...

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  • List of Google’s biggest flops in 2018

    It's true that the search giant had made a lot of right choices over the years but 2018 failed to be a continuation of that trend. In 2018, the company made a number of announcements and changes that are rather baffling and will be impacting users and the industry as a whole for sometimes. However, when you take them all into account and look at the bigger picture, then it becomes clear that 2018 was a major misstep for Google. It seems that for every product as...

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  • Rise and falls of Google+

    Google+ is something of a black sheep in the world of social media. It builds off of your Google Account. If you have a Google Account, you can activate your Google+ account as easily as you would activate Google. Google+ helps you connect to others with your passion with Communities, and helps you keep those interests separate with Circles.   The service, Google's fourth foray into social networking, experienced strong growth in its initial years, although...

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