Nintendo still believes in the power of Gaming for Growth


Nintendo (TYO: 7974) world’s largest video game company still believes in gamers to boosts their sales. Nintendo 3DS handheld sales beats Sony Playstation 4 and Xbox One consoles. What made the difference was a 15-year-old game called The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, which Nintendo rereleased alongside an upgraded version of …

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Researchers finds technology beaming power from space to earth

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Japanese researchers from Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have made it possible to beam energy to earth directly from space where the solar power will be produced. It is reported that researchers attained the transmission of energy by utilizing microwaves to convey 1.8 kilowatts of power with awesome exactness to …

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Facebook now owns Shopping Search Engine, The Find

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Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) Social Network is now the proud owner of a nine-year-old shopping search engine The Find. The company plans to use it to better user experience. “We’re excited to welcome TheFind to Facebook,” Facebook said in a statement. “TheFind’s talented team has built a successful search engine that connects …

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Blood Thinner Brilinta cuts the risk of Heart Attack


On this Saturday, clinical trial’s result concluded that prolonged use of the drug, Brilinta reduce the possibility of heart attack, even if the patients have a history of the disease. Keeping aside some precautions that doctors have to give related to bleeding risks, this finding may help in boosting the …

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S&P 500 Welcomes Hanesbrands and Equinix

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S&P 500 bids farewell to Avon Products and Denbury Resources. However, both companies will be replaced with Hanesbrands and Equinox respectively by March 20. Also after the close on March 20, SL Green Realty Corp (SLG.N) will replace Nabors Industries Ltd (NBR.N) in the S&P 500, it said. In addition, …

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Illionis researchers develops technology to print molecules


Researchers at the Howard Hughes Corp Medical Institute in Illinois have come up with a new 3D printer that helps in simplifying chemical synthesis of small organic molecules. A team led by Martin Burke, an HHMI researcher at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, has synthesized 14 distinct classes of …

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