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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: March 15,Ekta Kapoor loved the film, I think one must see the picture according to its budget, exclaims Draper. 11:02 a.the moisture content is very high and it will require some time to re-establish the Northerly winds which are responsible for winter, she said Meanwhileas per the IMD recordsit was only the third time in the last 100 years that a cyclone had formed in Arabian Sea in November near Mumbai or nearby coast bringing heavy rain It was in 1946 and 1966 when cyclones were formed in Arabian Sea in November and nearly landed on the west coast According to Kholeformation of cyclones in Arabian Sea in this season is a rare phenomenonas most of the times cyclones are formed in Bay of Bengal For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Bloomberg | Updated: October 18 2017 5:33 pm Pixel Visual Core is a system-on-a-chip that improves the camera of the Pixel 2 Google’s latest smartphone (Image Source: Bloomberg) Related News Google unveiled its first internally designed chip for consumer devices on Tuesday the latest sign of the search engine’s hardware ambitions and a threat to its current semiconductor suppliers Pixel Visual Core is a system-on-a-chip that improves the camera of the Pixel 2 Google’s latest smartphone The chip will help the phone handle images with high dynamic range or HDR a technology that captures more detail in mixed lighting situations Google said in a blog post Designing chips is time-consuming and expensive and few smartphone makers beyond Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co do it themselves Google has crafted processors for its data centers but this is the first time the company has tried it for its nascent consumer hardware If the company wants to catch smartphone leaders like Apple it has to do more to marry the hardware and software features of these devices Using the Pixel Visual Core Google said the phone’s camera hardware will process HDR images five times faster and use less than a 10th of power than doing so on its main applications processor It’ll be activated in coming months via a software update that will let other apps tap into the chip’s capabilities the Alphabet Inc unit said All this chip work may be bad news for Qualcomm Inc which makes the Snapdragon applications processor chips that Google uses in its Pixel phones and its earlier Nexus devices Qualcomm has touted the ability of its chips to do the kind of image processing that Google now says suggests it can do better by itself Google said it has no plan to change reliance on Qualcomm and no immediate plans to sell the chip to others but the new component is more evidence of Google’s increasing ambitions in semiconductors Indeed Google included a picture of its new chip’s layout showing it contains many of the constituents of a full-blown modern applications processor Part of the art of building a high-end phone component like Qualcomm’s Snapdragon or Samsung’s Exynos is the ability to get all of the parts packed in tightly together and working in harmony Google’s in-house work on chips for its data centers is already considered a threat to suppliers such as Intel Corp and Nvidia Corp That’s part of a larger push by companies such as Apple Amazoncom Inc and Microsoft Corp to supply themselves with silicon for at least some of their needs For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsArchaeologist Tom Dillehay didn’t want to return to Monte Verde Decades ago his discoveries at the famous site in southern Chile showed that humans occupied South America by 14500 years ago thousands of years earlier than thought stirring a long and exhausting controversy Now Dillehay of Vanderbilt University in Nashville has been lured back—and he is preparing for renewed debate He reports in PLOS ONE today that people at Monte Verde built fires cooked plants and meat and used tools 18500 years ago which would push back the peopling of the Americas by another 4000 years If his team is correct the discovery will “shake up both the archaeology and genomics of the peopling of the Americas” says archaeologist Jon Erlandson of the University of Oregon in Eugene Genetic studies suggest that the ancestors of Paleoindians first left Siberia no earlier than 23000 years ago (Science 21 August p 841) so Dillehay’s new dates suggest they wasted little time in reaching the southern tip of the Americas And the find raises questions about the North American record where no one has found widely accepted evidence of occupation before 14300 years ago “Where the hell were the people in North America at that hour” wonders archaeologist David Meltzer of Southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas When Dillehay began his work at Monte Verde in the 1970s most researchers thought the Clovis people who hunted big game in North America starting about 13000 years ago (using calibrated radiocarbon dates) were the first Americans When Dillehay reported traces of huts hearths human footprints and artifacts that were thousands of years older he was forced to defend every detail of his dig to skeptical colleagues By now though most archaeologists accept the older occupation at Monte Verde and a few other sites When the Chilean government invited Dillehay to survey the full extent of Monte Verde he at first refused “I was tired of it” he says But in 2013 fearing another team’s survey might damage the site he returned hoping to spend a few weeks collecting new evidence of ancient plants and climate by digging 50 small test trenches across a 20000-square-meter area But the dig turned up 39 stone artifacts including flakes a “chopper” and cores embedded near plants or animal bones that had been burned in small fires at 12 areas This suggests a “spotty ephemeral presence” he says His team radiocarbon dated the plants and animal bone to between 14500 and 18500 years ago and perhaps as early as 19000 years ago The last ice age was only just starting to wane at that time leaving a cool temperate rain forest at Monte Verde about 60 kilometers from the Pacific Ocean Dillehay speculates that early Paleoindians moved along deglaciated corridors between the coast and the Andes hunting paleo llamas and elephantlike gomphotheres Not everyone is convinced Archaeologist Michael Waters of Texas A&M University in College Station questions whether the stone artifacts were actually humanmade and says that the team hasn’t eliminated the possibility that the fires were natural Dillehay concedes that his team found few unequivocal stone tools which are the strongest evidence of a human presence But he notes that about one-third of the tools were made from exotic materials such as limestone and white quartz from outside the area suggesting that people transported the stone Meltzer finds this compelling “The specimens don’t scream out ‘made by human hands’” he agrees “but Dillehay’s group has made a careful assessment of their form and raw material … It’s evidence we cannot ignore” Much is at stake which suggests that the onus is on Dillehay once again to prove his case “I guess that part of my destiny is that this damn site simply will not let go of us” he says? This year, a mob torched a private bus, which the administration feared could stoke tension further in the region. “Use of incense cuts across religious lines…not in keeping with popular belief that agarbatti is a Hindu rituals prop.
but maybe … Certainly possible. no two smartphones are the same. Experiments on cell cultures from patients with malignant melanoma confirmed the new results. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: August 16, despite invoking lord Ram several times at a rally in Ayodhya on May 5, the? At present, Dr Sobti and Kothari had come to mutual settlement over the issue on late Saturday night. Airtel’s new plans start at Rs 199 (unlimited calls and 1GB daily data) along with a plan for Rs 349 and Rs 399. “The ground water which was available at 60 to 65 feet earlier is now found at 200 feet and every time farmers have to spend more on getting deeper the bores.
It could take a lifetime for them to reconcile.Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 3 The Pune Municipal Corporation?33 per cent in?05?have left their work midway leaving the residents fuming. Residents are facing tough times while crossing the roads littered with pebbles and mud.Anjani sustained injuries on his head and skull. According to Manvel Tuscano, BJP members stood up to demand a discussion on the AgustaWestland deal and the AGP members pressed for a debate on the killing of a student from Arunachal Pradesh in Delhi.
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Senior police officers also confirmed the incident saying the guilty head constable identified as Rajendra Kumar has been shifted to police lines and further enquiry is being conducted." Franco says. For all the latest Entertainment News,today as against Rs 30 per kg earlier this month.last 15 days due to sluggish supply owing to crop damage.Earlier this month prices of tomato — a key kitchenvegetable — were in the range of Rs 20-40 per kg asper data maintained by the Consumer Affairs Ministry Among metros Chennai recorded the highest price at Rs 80per kg today compared with Rs 44 per kg on June 1?said: “This is first major study that shows how small changes in one master regulator gene can cause a cascade of other metabolic effects in other genes." New inductee Xiaowei Zhuang could be a poster child for the initiative. “Is this a sex scandal party?” said the panel.
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