India has the world's youngest internet population with 75 per cent of all users under the age of 35 years, said research firm comScore Friday.
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Google search algorithm development over time
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The infographic below, created by Online MBA, breaks down the demographics, including education level, income, age and gender of social media users, along with other miscellaneous facts.
For the first time in the country, scientists have successfully managed to sequence the genome or most of the genetic make-up of the arhar or pigeon pea plant.
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Scientists claim to have finally solved the mystery why zebras evolved their distinctive black and white stripes - to keep blood-sucking flies at bay.
We wondered if we could do the same for funny videos, i.e. answer questions such as: is a video funny, how funny do viewers think it is, and why is it funny? We noticed a few audiovisual patterns across comedy videos on YouTube, such as shaky camera motion or audible laughter, which we can automatically detect. While content-based features worked well for music
At JSM 2011 today, three Google employees (amongst the more than 20 Google delegates there) gave a little insight into how statistical analysis with R yields better results for companies using Google's various advertising products.
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Every January, we look at the percentage of the webpages in our index that are in different encodings. Here’s what our data looks like with the latest figures*:
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Imagine a war scenario in which miniaturised missiles equipped with Precision-Guided Munitions (PGMs) are unleashed from a mother missile to take out select enemy targets like an ammunition depot while avoiding collateral damage.
Posted by anish (#4) 484 days ago (http://www.nytimes.com)
Australian and American physicists have built a working transistor from a single phosphorus atom embedded in a silicon crystal.
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