Buying a laptop for college is one of the most important purchases you can make before joining. Or, you are already in college but need some advice on what to buy. MTTN’s Laptop Guide for 2020 is aimed to help everyone in doubt understand what they may need in their … Continue Reading
On the 12th of August, i-True Group, an International Training and Research in Uro-Oncology and Endourology organized an International Webinar to explore the potential of Artificial Intelligence in urology treatments, alongside a panel of experts with familiarity in diverse fields. It was moderated by Dr Bhavan Prasad Pai, the Vice … Continue Reading
Students of Manipal, across all colleges and across all years, surprisingly have a lot of hurdles in common.
Whether it is the rush to check your internals after a bad paper, or the dissatisfaction with the food, moments like this prove that we are all different threads of the same … Continue Reading
You frown at the number, but only for a fraction of a second, as you shrug and proceed. Your fingers tap four times, and a small rotating circle keeps you waiting a second longer, until a vibrant tick mark shows up. You thrust your phone into the shopkeeper’s gaze, simultaneously … Continue Reading
The first link on a Google search, the start of a YouTube video, the next story on Instagram, What do they all have in common? – Advertisements.
Bitcoin may be the digital currency, but advertisements make the digital economy. Major companies that appear to provide their products free of cost. … Continue Reading
With TechTatva on the go, there’s so much around to look out for. The fest is a combination of so many thoughts, ideas, and cultures that it makes you want to experience it all for yourself. While each event holds its significance, there are some things that are too good … Continue Reading
Ever had a dialogue box pop up and ask you whether you were sure about leaving a webpage? Or had a like button light up after you click on it? If you were born a decade or two ago you would have instead been greeted by non-interactive web pages with … Continue Reading
When Microsoft bought LinkedIn for $26 billion in 2016, many believed Satya Nadella wasted his money. But what he had acquired was something more than a mere social network for job seekers; he had taken control over the world’s most massive, extremely powerful and frequently updated databases functioning in the … Continue Reading
In this day and age, smartphones aren’t characterised by email and GPS but by the voice assistants which come bundled with them. We have all asked Google Assistant if there’s any need to carry an umbrella on a certain day or played around with Siri asking if it loved us … Continue Reading