Are you one of the two million people who uses emoji every hour

  Gretchen McCulloch, a Canadian linguist, making sense of  the ways we communicate online “ how internet is making us  more nuanced and inventive writers”,  in her latest book she writes “ because of internet, through a revolutionary period in linguistic history, where writing quickly, within character limits and deploying ever-changing internet slang, is enriching…

World’s smallest computer smaller than a grain of rice

IBM revealed in March 2018, “world’s smallest Computer”, but a team at University of Michigan has brought out even smaller computer that’s “dwarfed by a grain of rice”, measuring just 0.33mm on each side. The University originally held the “world’s smallest” trophy with its 2mm x 2mm x 4mm Michigan Micro until IBM’s smaller-than-salt 1mm…

Three Indian mathematicians gave the world Algebra

How three Indian mathematicians gave the world Algebra   One thousand five hundred years ago three Indian mathematicians developed Algebra to give meaning to the meaningless. Bhaskara, originated the radical signs, Brahmagupta created the symbols and Aryabhata, worked out the first equations. As original thinkers, they expanded man’s horizon in his unending search for knowledge.…

IBM allows access to the world its quantum computer

IBM opened doors to its 5-qubit quantum processors for anyone to use by connecting it to the cloud. IBM’s dream to build a universal quantum computer more powerful than any supercomputer in the world, is sharing its latest progress with smaller quantum processors on the cloud for the world to join in. TJ Watson Research…