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The iBall CompBook Excelance, comes with Windows 10 Home and the quadcore Intel Atom processor is okay for what one can do on this machine. Costs are kept down by eliminating such things as DVD drives. It comes with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB of solid state storage expandable to 64 GB with microSD, audio and mini HDMI ports.When on board storage is of this level, you can't install any serious application software. Even an Office suite is a no go. One has to subscribe to a cloud based version like Office 360. The typical user of this machine would be 'always on' with Internet and mostly work with cloud-based tools and apps. The built-in camera seems a bit under powered at 0.3 MP and one might have liked to see a Type-C USB connector to future-proof the laptop -- but the asking price of Rs 9,999 probably explains the Spartan specs. The 14-inch model, CompBook Exemplaire costs Rs 13,999 and weighs an extra half kg.

Provided your working style has already embraced the Cloud and if you seek the familiar feel of a Windows platform for work or play, the CompBook will seem a very paisa vasool proposition.Mumbai: HP is all set to launch the world’s thinnest laptop Spectre in India on June 21, which was unveiled globally earlier this year.It is a perfect buy for people seeking a compact unit which can offer significant performance. It is just 10.4mm thin and weighs just 1.1 kg; a handy device for people who use their device a lot on the move.In terms of specifications, it features a 13.3-inch FHD display with a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels, accompanied with ultra narrow bezels, and protected by Gorilla Glass 3. Under the hood, the laptop comes with both i5 and i7 options, along with 8GB RAM, and up to 512GB SSD storage.

The battery is also quite nifty as the company claims that one charge can power the device for up to nine and a half hours. Connectivity-wise, it features multiple USB Type-C ports, serving as both media connectors and power connection ports.The device was launched at a price of US $1,169, which is roughly around Rs 78,000. We can only wait till tomorrow to find out what price the device will bear in India.Dubai: Minutes after an Emirates plane crash-landed on its belly before coming to an half and bursting up into flames, some of the passengers in the flight were witnessed looking for their hand luggage, even as the plane crew tried to evacuate them from the aircraft.'Laptop, laptop, leave everything but take the laptop,' a passenger was heard shouting as the crew members requested people to use the emergency parachutes to flee.

A video shot by an amateur from inside the plane shows how the passengers ignored warning and evacuation signs by the airplane crew and tried to reach their belongings, despite being an emergency. Moments later, the aircraft burst into flames in which a local firefighter lost his life.Before the wrecked aircraft caught fire, hundreds of passengers fled the airliner, resulting in a four-hour shutdown of the busy airport.The exact circumstances of the accident, which involved a Boeing 777 flying from India with 300 people on board, were not immediately clear.Video clips circulated on social media showed thick black smoke billowing from the centre of the plane, which was on ground. Its fuselage appeared to be lying on the runway with escape slides opened.

Dubai is the world's largest air hub in terms of international passengers, and is the base for Emirates, from where it serves more than 153 destinations. In 2013, Dubai opened a smaller second airport, Al-Maktoum International.Emirates is the largest single operator of the Boeing 777, as well as the Airbus A380 superjumbo, and expanded its fleet to 250 aircraft last year.Scientists, including those of Indian origin, have devised a way to send secure passwords through the human body using smartphone fingerprint sensors and laptop touchpads rather than over the air where they are vulnerable to hacking.These 'on-body' transmissions offer a more secure way to transmit authenticating information between devices that touch parts of your body - such as a smart door lock or wearable medical device - and a phone or device that confirms your identity by asking you to type in a password.

Sending a password or secret code over airborne radio waves like WiFi or Bluetooth means anyone can eavesdrop, making those transmissions vulnerable to hackers who can attempt to break the encrypted code."Fingerprint sensors have so far been used as an input device. We have shown for the first time that fingerprint sensors can be re-purposed to send out information that is confined to the body," said Shyam Gollakota, assistant professor at University of Washington (UW) in the US."If I want to open a door using an electronic smart lock, I can touch the doorknob and touch the fingerprint sensor on my phone and transmit my secret credentials through my body to open the door, without leaking that personal information over the air," said Merhdad Hessar, a UW doctoral student.he research team tested the technique on smartphone and other fingerprint sensors, as well as laptop trackpads and the capacitive touchpad.

In tests with 10 different subjects, they were able to generate usable on-body transmissions on people of different heights, weights and body types. The system also worked when subjects were in motion - including while they walked and moved their arms."We showed that it works in different postures like standing, sitting and sleeping. We can also get a strong signal throughout your body. The receivers can be anywhere - on your leg, chest, hands - and still work," said Vikram Iyer, a UW electrical engineering doctoral student.Normally, sensors use these signals to receive input about your finger. However, the engineers devised a way to use these signals as output that corresponds to data contained in a password or access code.When entered on a smartphone, data that authenticates your identity can travel securely through your body to a receiver embedded in a device that needs to confirm who you are, researchers said.

Their process employs a sequence of finger scans to encode and transmit data. Performing a finger scan correlates to a 1-bit of digital data and not performing the scan correlates to a 0-bit.The technology could also be useful for secure key transmissions to medical devices such as glucose monitors or insulin pumps, which seek to confirm someone's identity before sending or sharing data.The team achieved bit rates of 50 bits per second on laptop touchpads and 25 bits per second with fingerprint sensors - fast enough to send a simple password or numerical code through the body and to a receiver within seconds.Lucknow: A 18-year-old girls was allegedly raped by the driver of the vehicle in which she was returning home after attending a laptop distribution programme late on Monday night near Faizabad.The locals are now blaming a senior UP minister for the rape. The victim, along with other girls had gone to attend the function for laptop distribution but the event but got delayed as the social welfare minister Avadhesh Prasad, the chief guest at the function, arrived at 10 p.m. instead of the scheduled 3 pm.

When the girls got their laptops around 10.30 pm, they rushed back home in the jeep which had taken them to the function. The jeep owner, Sunil Kumar Singh dropped other girls and later took the vehicle to an isolated place and raped the girl.He then dumped her outside the village and fled. The girl narrated the harrowing tale to her family who approached the police.“On the basis of girl's complaint, the accused has been arrested and the victim has been sent for medical examination,” police said.Washington: Two students have been expelled from a US school after they sent a "bomb threat" to more than 600 current and former students from the email account of a Muslim pupil.The subject line of the mail sent out by the two students of the high-performing Washington Latin Public Charter School said 'Bomb' and the email appeared to come from a Muslim student's account.The message was in fact written by two pranksters, school officials were quoted as saying by the Washington Post. The two boys, both high school seniors at school, were expelled for threatening violence, Head of School Martha Cutts was quoted as saying.