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IoT to Innovate Mining

As the population continues to grow, there is increased pressure on the mining industry. Currently, 3.11 million pounds of minerals, metals, and fuel are required by each person in their lifetime. The expectation for the next decade is that the Internet of Things will be used throughout the trade. The ... Read More »

7 Most Common Factors of Ageing

As part of the lifecycle – humans born as infants enter childhood followed by teenage adulthood and comes the final stage of life which is old age. Aging or we commonly say growing older is a natural process. Yet due to today’s lifestyle and other factors, more than half of ... Read More »

90 percent cheaper self-driving cars by 2025?

With the Internet of Things, machines are quickly becoming fully autonomous. One of the fastest-moving sectors is smart cars or self-driving cars. Automakers are racing to be the first. However, in the rush to deliver, the costs of new autonomous technologies may cost more than most people can afford. Forbes ... Read More »

Hiking in the Rockies

The Rockies are one of the most challenging and exhilarating range of mountains straddling more than three thousand miles starting from British Columbia in Canada to New Mexico in the South-West of the United States. The Rockies are every hiker’s dream of challenging trails and wilderness with a variety of ... Read More »

New York! New York!

New York City, popularly known as NYC, is the mother of all cities on this planet from every socio-cultural aspect. The city epitomises a glamour, dynamics, and vibrancy within a colorful historical background that has become its well-known trademark. NYC is the most densely populated city in the United States ... Read More »

The Food Business’ Appetite for Big Data

Restaurants in the US do not only want to make it through the tough times. They are looking to big data to help perfect their dish, their service, and perhaps even their memory of customers’ names. Tech startups such as Salido in New York are creating programs that consolidate all ... Read More »

Visiting the French Quarters New Orleans

The French Quarters of New Orleans, USA exudes romance in every nostalgic nook and corner. The area, known as the Vieux Carre (or old square) historic district and the oldest part of New Orleans, has managed to retain its charm despite the obvious changes from modernity within other areas of ... Read More »

Smart car collaborations: it‘s complicated

In the race to achieve true autonomous driving by 2021, major automakers are collaborating with all kinds of companies, from other major automakers to ride-hailing companies to startups. It’s a web of collaborations, and it’s complicated. Major automakers are racing to have the first fully self-driving vehicles in production by ... Read More »

IoT for More Efficient Small Business Owners

The Internet of Things might seem like it only benefits large corporations with massive budgets, but the IoT has already started to bear fruit for small businesses, too. In fact, approximately 57% of small business think the IoT will have a significant effect on their bottom line, according to an ... Read More »

Hot and Spicy Rajasthani Fare

Rajasthani fare found in North India has its own special unique qualities that make it stand out from normal Indian food styles. The fare is reminiscent of the bold and hearty lifestyle of Rajasthan. The history of Rajasthan is a colourful history of wars and fascinating royal stories made inevitable ... Read More »