Monthly Archives: September 2014

New Student App to Judge Mental Health to Notice Impact on Grades

Student AppNow your metal health can be measured by the new app introduced by Dartmouth. The app will tell you when you are depressed and even tell you the level of depression. The app is designed for students to improve their grades in their respective field by knowing their mental health. The app calculate the data from student behavior to know his or her mental health. Continue reading New Student App to Judge Mental Health to Notice Impact on Grades

Simple Idea to Make Solar Power Better and Cheaper

Solar PowerThe major need of present is the energy and there are a number of researches have done by the people to get the maximum energy from the biggest source of energy – the Sun. although the solar panels are the most effective and remote way to get the energy form the Sun and convert it into electrical energy but it is a little expensive. Continue reading Simple Idea to Make Solar Power Better and Cheaper

Apple’s iOS 8 to Protect the Consumer Data

Apple iOS 8In a blog post it is claimed by Apple that iOS 8 has a new encryption loaded that will not allow the company to disclose the customer’s pass code any more as the earlier version do. That statement was” So it’s not technically feasible for us to respond to government warrants for the extraction of this data from devices in their possession running iOS 8″. Continue reading Apple’s iOS 8 to Protect the Consumer Data

Google aims to Build Cities and Airports in Future

After self-driving cars, balloon-carried internet the Google co-founder Larry Page aims to build cities and airport in the near future. Larry Page is reportedly working behind Google 2.0 tasks for last one year with the team of excellent keeping world’s big challenges in the mind and looking for  the solutions that Google can offer to the humanity under this project. Continue reading Google aims to Build Cities and Airports in Future