His small family had been insisting on a restaurant visit to have some quality time together, Mr. Aloof informed Faking News, on the weekend nightmare.
Amateur bike-stunts artist and beloved of his district’s teenage girls, Jaspreet Singh Joji has rubbished all claims that latest Japanese magnetic levitation (maglev) train is the fastest in the world.
The IIN users in near future will just have to touch the phone to their forehead and close their eyes as if praying and any content as large as 1 GB will be transferred to the brain within seconds.
Faking News got up close and personal with Mr. Gabbar in an exclusive interview where he spoke about politics, economy, revenue collection and role of technology in emerging economies:
It is being termed as the most ambitious project ever undertaken by the company as they attempt to understand the mechanism behind the working of the minds of the most frequently offended people on the planet and then use it as an inspiration behind the iPhone touchscreen.
Gautam Gupta, a long time WhatsApp user, super excited about the app’s newly launched desktop version, has been found carrying his open laptop wherever he was going.
After using camels to map the deserts in Arabia, Google Street View has now decided to map down narrow lanes of Dharavi, Mumbai.
Researchers from IIT Mumbai have created an indicator on the lines of vehicle indicator, especially designed for animals roaming around on city roads and highways.
Google is going all automated, just as they want our lives to be. In a recent robotics convention Google announced that they have appointed a new CEO – a robot named Meka.
In a bizarre incident which questions yet again the craze at which people are addicted to smartphones, a newly married couple had to get a divorce since the wife wanted to buy the new iPhone for which the husband had opposed.