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Assassin’s Creed: Origins review: Climb like an Egyptian

It all makes sense once you know the team who worked on Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag worked on Assassin’s Creed: Origins. Which is to say: The reboot has been rebooted. MENTIONED IN THIS ARTICLE Assassin’s Creed Origins – PC [Online Game Code] MSRP $59.99 VIEW on Amazon After Black Flag’s sprawling Caribbean adventure, Ubisoft said it wanted to rediscover the “roots” of I the Assassin’s ... Read More »

How to Book an Uber or Ola Cab Without the App

When you need to take a cab, you probably pull your phone out and start the Ola or Uber app (depending on which one you prefer), and make your booking. But if you’re sitting in front of your PC in the office, you don’t actually need to take the extra step, and can book your cab without pulling out your phone. It’s actually easy ... Read More »

Wellness: From lifestyle to an industry

Whether it is yoga, ayurved or alternative health products, brands like Patanjali have given the ancient wellness industry a rather contemporary makeover. Devangshu Dutta In recent decades, the dependence on established medical disciplines has begun to be challenged. With a gap emerging between wellness-seekers and the healthcare sector, the so-called ‘alternative’ options are stepping in. Some of these alternatives actually ... Read More »

When It Comes To Race And Sports, Who Owns An Athlete’s Opinions?

The NFL’s players are 70 percent black; its fans are 83 percent white and 64 percent male, according to online sports site The Real GM. And when it comes to the current controversy over the national anthem and players taking a knee, that statistic is playing a huge role. It leads to the idea, says Amira Rose Davis of Penn State ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Will Likely Be an Amazon India Exclusive

HIGHLIGHTS The Galaxy Note 8 is set to launch on Wednesday It will likely be exclusively sold on Amazon India The phablet is tipped to be priced around EUR 1,000 Samsung is set to unveil its next phablet in the Galaxy Note series on Wednesday. The Galaxy Note 8 has been pretty much detailed in every way over the many ... Read More »

Why an apple a day keeps the doctor away

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, goes the good old adage. This luscious red fruit is packed with nutrients and helps fight all kinds of ailments. And, of course, the freshly picked ripe apples taste sweet and juicy in every bite. But what are the many health benefits of apples and what is the right way to have ... Read More »

Get an Ancheer folding e-bike for $554.39

CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Twitter! Nice-looking bike! And it can fold in half. Ancheer Quick housekeeping note: Amazon Prime Day is tomorrow, but actually starts this evening (6 p.m. PT) because, ... Read More »

How to Make Chenna At Home: An Ingredient That Makes Rasgullas and Rasmalais Irresistible

The very first image that clouds the mind on the mere mention of the word ‘chenna‘ would certainly be the rasgulla. Doused in sugar syrup, this magical dessert sits on top of the list of Indian sweet lovers all across. The star ingredient that goes into making it and many other mouthwatering desserts all over the country needs is chenna. Interestingly, this humble ingredient ... Read More »

NEET 2017: Still an unbelievable dream, says topper from Muktsar

WITH 88 PER CENT aggregate in the Class XII CBSE exams, Muktsar boy Navdeep Singh was on cloud nine when he saw his name right on top of the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET) result declared on Friday. NEET is conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in medical colleges. Bathinda girl Nikita Goyal came 8th to become the topper ... Read More »

Now, an Algorithm to Teach Robots How to Behave Like a Human in Certain Situations

Scientists have developed a new machine-learning algorithm to help robots display appropriate social behaviour in interactions with humans. Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) are making virtual and robotic assistants increasingly capable in performing complex tasks, researchers said. For these “smart” machines to be considered safe and trustworthy collaborators with human partners, however, robots must be able to quickly assess a ... Read More »