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A university with its own video game club sounds surprising. However, Northeastern University has not only its own video game club, named as ‘Northeastern Entertainment System’ (NES) but also organises game nights on Wednesdays. The members are usually seen to gather in 346 Curry Student Center to play the coolest video games of all - ‘Super Smash Bros. Melee’ and ‘Mario Kart’, to name a...

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Artificial intelligence is one of the most important features of recent times. Starting from our daily uses of smartphones and other electronic devices, artificial intelligence is now everywhere to recognise and classify data for better usage and experience. The artificial intelligence that is used in calculating the algorithms is known as deep neural networks. These networks when connected to the internet, work faster and smarter...

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One major consideration when we talk about smartphones, laptops or television screens is the resolution of the display, and as a rough guide, larger numbers are better here. Encompassed within this 'resolution' category is the size of the screen (in inches), the number of pixels (how much information it can show), and how densely those pixels are packed, referred to as Pixels Per Inch (ppi)....

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Do you ever have creepy feelings in your gut because your phone knows almost every thing about you? What’s more, within the small world of memory card, your phone confines your entire world. Have you ever considered the possibility of leakage of information from your phone? Yet, researchers have found that leakage of information from smartphones is entirely plausible. It occurs every day without heeding...

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Smartphones have become a vital part of our lives and without them, we feel like only half a person. Smartphones are used every day, to surf the internet and social media platforms, check emails, manage calendars, listen to music, play games, watch videos, take photos, read the news, write text messages, and also, every now and then we use them for their original purpose, to...

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Every person these days has a smartphone with around 50 to 60 apps. Most of these apps request a lot of user information such as email id, address, phone number and what not. Although all of this is done after the user’s consent, one will be surprised to know how much data your apps can actually extract. Smartphones are so powerful, they can get your...

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