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IITian's nanosatellite system produces high-res images at low cost

NIT Calicut and IIT Delhi alumnus, Angika Bul Bul, has helped create a new nanosatellite system that can produce high-resolution images at low costs. Bulbul, a Ph.D. candidate at Ben-Gurion University (BGU), Israel, also helped in designing a telescope consisting of small carton-sized cameras. As per media reports, this innovation can revolutionise the economics of space exploration, astronomy, aerial photography, and other space-based operations as well. Src: https://bit.ly/2oWsnWy


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Software upgrade could extend device WiFi range by over 60 meters

Researchers from America's Brigham Young University have created the protocol On-Off Noise Power Communication (ONPC) that extends the distance connected devices can send and receive WiFi by more than 60 meters. The protocol can maintain a signal on as little as one bit per second which is one-millionth of data speed typically required. The protocol does this by allowing WiFi-enabled devices to send wireless noise as well as data. Src: https://bit.ly/2P9HxSU


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The practice of inter-caste marriage will bring unity and equality in the society: Ramdas Athawale

Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Ramdas Athawale, in an interview, urged the people to opt for inter-caste marriages to end casteism. Athawale further said that the practice of inter-caste marriage will bring unity and equality in society once and for all. He also acknowledged the people about the govt scheme under which financial assistance of INR 2.5 lakh is provided as an incentive for a legal inter-caste marriage. Do you think that inter-caste marriage can bring unity and equality in society? Comment below. Src: https://bit.ly/2o8N6Wv

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WhatsApp's latest update lets you block contacts from adding you to groups

Earlier in April, WhatsApp rolled out a new privacy feature for the users to avert from being added to groups. Now, WhatsApp is updating a new 'My Contacts Except' option for groups in which the users have to choose between 'Everyone', 'My Contacts', and 'Nobody' from the list options for joining groups. Now users will have to manually select people they wish to block from adding them to groups. Choosing 'Nobody' triggers a group invitation sent to the user which expires in three days. This feature gives users complete control and decides who can add them to WhatsApp groups. Src: https://bit.ly/2WcZ5PC

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