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Washington, Nov. 30 (ANI): Putting the tense speculations to rest, Silicon Valley's choice for the next Microsoft CEO is ex-Skype president Tony Bates, while other contenders Alan Mulally from Ford and cloud chief Satya Nadella remain favourites.
Intel chairman 'embarrassed' company had 'lost its way' Nov 22, 3:57 pm
Washington, Nov. 22 (ANI): Intel chairman Andy Bryant has said acknowledged that the company seems to have lost its way.
Care to don new jacket made from 400 condoms! Nov 16, 3:21 pm
New York, November 16 (ANI): A new jacket has been designed with medical grade silicone using the same air-drying process that is used to manufacture condoms.
Twitter, Facebook celebrity spat heats up Nov 12, 12:20 pm
Wellington, Nov. 12 (ANI): Twitter and Facebook celebrity spat has grown, as both the social networking sites want to have more celebs on their network.
How Earth evolved billions of years ago Nov 7, 1:47 pm
Washington, Nov 7 (ANI): A volcanic rock probe has helped scientists to unlock mysteries of how Earth was formed around 4.5 billion years ago.
Garage where Steve Jobs started Apple becomes historic site Oct 30, 12:06 pm
Wellington, Oct. 30 (ANI): The Silicon Valley home where Apple co-founder Steve Jobs built some of his first computers has been added on the city's list of historic properties.
PIP breast implants don't increase risk of cancer in women Oct 30, 12:06 pm
London, Oct 30 (ANI): Researchers have found no evidence to higher risk of cancer in women who have PIP breast implants.
Washington, Oct. 27 (ANI): Google is reportedly speculated to be building what appears to be an oversized 'floating data center' in San Francisco Bay's Treasure Island.
Washington, Oct. 2 (ANI): Researchers have made a breakthrough in the field of silicon photonics which could help in the development of faster electronics.
Sydney, Sept 25 (ANI): England batsman Kevin Pietersen has said that the controversial Hot Spot had an 'absolute stinker' during the Ashes series, which England won 3-0, although he acknowledged that players remain supportive of the technology.
DNA used to assemble transistor from grapheme Sep 8, 2:49 pm
Washington, Sept 08 (ANI): Scientists have used DNA for making a new generation of computer chips based not on silicon, but on an experimental material known as graphene.
Now, wristbands to help singles find romance Aug 24, 5:25 pm
New York, August 24 (ANI): A new bright-coloured silicone wristband is set to make it easier for singles who are on the market to spot each other.
Yahoo appoints Maynard Webb as new chairman Aug 18, 10:51 am
Karachi, Aug 18 (ANI): American multinational Internet Corporation Yahoo Inc has appointed veteran technology executive and Silicon Valley investor Maynard Webb as chairman, replacing Fred Amoroso at the company, which is having a tough time with its advertising business.
Sydney, Aug 10 (ANI): Former Australian cricket umpires Ross Emerson and Dick French have joined the numerous voices calling for the removal of the controversial Decision Review System, saying that the system is making umpires 'lazy' and 'ruining their techniques'.
Hot Spot inventor urges ICC to ban `protective` coatings on bats to avoid `cheating` Aug 10, 8:39 am
London, Aug 10 (ANI): The inventor of the controversial Hot Spot technology of the Decision Review System (DRS) had reportedly urged the ICC to ban all protective coatings on bats following the controversy over batsmen possibly using silicone tape to prevent edges being detected.
Taufel debunks Hot Spot cheating claim saying 'no batsman till date has failed bat test' Aug 9, 3:21 pm
Sydney, Aug 9 (ANI): ICC umpires manager Simon Taufel has dismissed the players' cheating allegations by revealing that not a single international batsman has failed a bat inspection for using silicon tape, alleged to be used to cheat Hot Spot.
Women, now pee anywhere, anytime with new travel female urinal Aug 9, 11:45 am
Washington, August 9 (ANI): A new travel female urinal, which is a flexible silicone device, has become so popular that it is literally flying off the shelves.
'Secret' Hot Spot tests reveal technology can be 'cheated' by using silicon tape on bats Aug 9, 10:56 am
Sydney, Aug 9 (ANI): Secret tests conducted on Hot Spot have reportedly suggested that batsman can evade the technology by using silicon tapes on their bats as they can mask faint edges.
Sydney, Aug 9 (ANI): England captain Alastair Cook has supported his teammate Kevin Pietersen, saying that the star batsman was right to clear his name amid allegations that players were using silicone tape on their bats to evade Hot Spot detection during the Ashes.
Common salt key to creating low-cost high-tech gadgets Aug 9, 10:34 am
Washington, August 9 (ANI): Scientists have found that common salt could reduce the cost and potentially enable the mass commercial production of silicon nanostructures - materials having huge potential in everything from electronics to biomedicine and energy storage.
Sydney, Aug 8 (ANI): Australian captain Michael Clarke had laughed off suggestions that players may have hoodwinked the Hot Spot in the Ashes by using silicon tape to cover the bats, saying that he would have known if his players were cheating.
Wellington, Aug 8 (ANI): Australian captain Michael Clarke has laughed off suggestions that players were using silicon tape to hoodwink the Hot Spot technology in the Ashes, saying that he started putting a cover on his bat as a money-saving method.
Wellington, Aug 8 (ANI): The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has reportedly demanded an apology for a report claiming that players in the Ashes series have been attempting to 'cheat the Hot Spot technology by covering their bats with silicon tape.
London, Aug 8 (ANI): Star England batsman Kevin Pietersen has reportedly denied using silicon tape on his bat to avoid edges being detected by the Decision Review System (DRS) technology in the Ashes, and has slammed the accusations as 'hurtful lies'.
Sydney, Aug 7 (ANI): In a major development, players in the current Ashes are doubted to have been cheating the Hot Spot technology, which is a crucial part of the Decision Review System (DRS) by using a silicon-based tape on their bats.
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