From now onwards, in response to any violation from the Pakistani side, India will throw boxes of smartphones with preloaded popular game Candy Crush Saga.
Tata Sky subscribers too are unhappy, as they had got accustomed to the error, and want the DTH service provider to get rid of the virus as soon as the possible.
Adding a bit of common sense to the smartphones, a new phone has been launched that has feature of disconnecting the call if ‘aur batao’ or ‘aur bataiye’ phrase gets used for more than three times.
Google is now working on creating a self-slapping mosquito, which will slap itself to death the moment it bites a human being.
“The Famometer is a foolproof device to determine how much a person has been defamed by another person,” said the professor leading the research at IIT Delhi.
An accidental discovery by a BPO cab driver in Bangalore has led to a breakthrough invention of a car that that can move using no fuel at all.
Irate female protesters were seen staging dharna at Jantar Mantar holding placards saying ‘Right To Spy’ and wearing Anna-styled ‘Main Hoon NSA’ caps.
Since MPs can’t be forced to behave, Google has proposed installation of “smart cameras” in Parliament. These cameras will smartly filter scenes that bring shame to democracy.
Samsung has forayed into sleeping mattress business and introduced Sleepy 2014, which is a technologically advance “smart mattress” running on Android 4.4.
A high level technical committee formed by IRCTC to look into the perennial problem of the website running slow has come up with its interim report.