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8 Instant Stress Relieving Tips 0

8 Instant Stress Relieving Tips

Stress is something that rips off the peace of mind. Stress not only makes it harder to accomplish the goal, but also pushes to escape from the duty. Writer Corrie ten Boom aptly said, “Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength”. Stress has...

Facebook Premieres a New Messaging App Called Slingshot 0

Facebook Premieres a New Messaging App Called Slingshot

  Facebook announced a new chat application Called slingshot to its competitor Snapchat. In the official blog Facebook says With Slingshot, we wanted to build something where everybody is a creator and nobody is just a spectator. This means you can’t view an incoming message until you respond with a...

10 Excellent Search Shortcuts to Make You a Better Googler 0

10 Excellent Search Shortcuts to Make You a Better Googler

Here are the 10 Excellent Search Shortcuts to Make You a Better Googler Search the terms/content within any or a particular site. Let say you want to know about the discount coupons from Groupon. The site might not have better search functionality or the advanced filtering options enabled. The best way...

7 Benefits of Green Tea 0

7 Benefits of Green Tea

Green Tea 7 Benefits of Green Tea Anti-Oxidants in Green Tea helps in preventing Diabetes – Green Tea helps in preventing Diabetes. Green tea consists of  Polyphenols and they are known to have anti-oxidative properties which can help protect against inflammation and carcinogens. In simple words, these properties in tea can...

7 Key Features of iOS 8 0

7 Key Features of iOS 8

  On Monday June 2nd, Apple announced its new operating system iOS 8 for iPhone and iPAD . Here are the 7 Key Features of iOS 8. HomeKit – Apples one of the greatest feature of iOS 8 would be Homekit. This can turn your iPhone into remote control. iPhone will...

15 Amazing Facts About Human Brain 0

15 Amazing Facts About Human Brain

Human brains cannot feel any pain as it doesn’t have any pain receptors. Doctors can perform brain surgery on a patient when they are awake. So how do we feel pain? A nociceptor and the sensory receptor sends a signal to the spinal cord which in turn alerts the brain for a danger....