Best laser printer 2022: Find the perfect printer | ZDNet

The laser printer market is only about 5% of the size of the inkjet printer market, but lasers are growing more than twice as fast as inkjets. This makes sense. The traditional home computer market has been absorbed heavily by mobile devices, while office computing is still going strong. Inkjet printers are ideal as photo printers and for … Read more

OnePlus TV 43 Y1S Pro 4K Smart TV With Dolby Audio Launched In India: Price, Specifications

OnePlus has launched a new affordable 4K smart TV in India on Thursday. OnePlus TV 43 Y1S Pro supports 4K or UHD resolution and supports Dolby Audio technology. The smart TV runs on the Android TV 10 platform, which gives you support for Google Chromecast and Google Assistant by default. The company already has a … Read more

Shahid Kapoor Refuses To Talk About Alia Bhatt And Ranbir Kapoor’s Wedding, Here’s Why

Shahid Kapoor reacts to rumors surrounding Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s wedding. Shahid Kapoor, who has worked with Alia Bhatt in Udta Punjab and Shaandaar, has refrained from commenting on her wedding to Ranbir Kapoor. Shahid Kapoor has decided not to comment on Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s notorious wedding. There are rumors that Alia … Read more

‘Gran Turismo 7’ new update features credit payout rebalancing

Polyphony Digital has released a new one Gran Turismo 7 update that seems to address the game’s credit payment system. In March, Polyphony Digital President Kazunori Yamauchi released a statement via The PlayStation Blog who apologized for the “frustration and confusion” after a new patch caused Gran Turismo 7 financial problems in the game. Now … Read more

Kumaran Asan biopic Gramavrikshathile Kuyil set for release 

Veteran National Award-winning filmmaker KP Kumaran’s biography of the famous poet Kumaran Asan, Gramavrikshathile Kuyil, coming to the cinema tomorrow (2022-04-07). Musician and singer Sreevalsan J Menon writes the character while Garggi Ananthan portrays her husband. Munshi Baiju has been given the role of Sree Narayana Guru, while Rahul Rajagopal and Pramod Raman play social … Read more

Sustainable strategies to treat urban runoff

We know that lakes and rivers in and around urban environments are polluted by plastic debris, detergents, pesticides, heavy metals and other pollutants, but new research shows that urban runoff toxicity is poorly defined and potentially underestimated globally. Researchers including Nathalie Tufenkji, a professor of chemical engineering at McGill University and Canada’s research chair in … Read more

People wrongly believe their friends will protect them from COVID-19: False sense of safety may cause feelings of invulnerability, study finds

People may feel less vulnerable and take fewer COVID-19 precautions when joining, or even just thinking about, their friends instead of acquaintances or strangers, according to research published by the American Psychological Association. During the two years of the covid-19 pandemic, many people have become accustomed to associating with their immediate circle of associates, which … Read more

Uranium detectable in two-thirds of US community water system monitoring records: Highest concentrations were found for Hispanic communities

A study of metal concentrations in the U.S. water system (CWS) and patterns of inequality, researchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health found that metal concentrations were particularly elevated in CWSs serving semi-urban, Latin American communities regardless of location or region, which highlighted environmental justice. These communities had the highest levels of uranium, … Read more

New discovery in animal exoskeletons leads to advances in designing construction materials

Researchers from Monash University have discovered a new design motif that stems from the rigid outer cover of invertebrates that can help create more damage-tolerant materials for future buildings and structures. In a newspaper published in Nature communicationProfessor Wenhui Duan from the Department of Civil Engineering at Monash University says that the new pattern, which … Read more

Researchers adapt technology made for astronomical observations to biomedical imaging

Researchers have developed a biomedical imaging system using a semiconductor detector that was originally developed for the observation of hard X-rays and gamma radiation in space, and used a spectral analysis method from astronomy to take accurate images of several radionuclides in small animals, reports a new article in Nature Biomedical technology was published on … Read more