Android versions and their Names
Android is one type of mobile operating system designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. It is built on a modified version of the Linux kernel and other open-source software. Android is developed by the developers of an association of two or more companies or organizations known as the Open Handset Alliance […]Read More
Who Invented Telephone? History & Facts
Alexander Graham Bell, best known for his invention of the telephone, transformed communication as we know it. His curiosity in sound technology was deep-rooted and personal, as both his wife and mother were deaf. While there’s some controversy over whether Bell was the true pioneer of the telephone, he acquired exclusive rights to the technology […]Read More
Best Medical Colleges in India 2020 | M.B.B.S.
India has 1111 medical institutes outside of which many are ranked by NIRF, Outlook, India Today, etc. These medical institutes offer medical courses at Under Graduate, Post Graduate, and Doctorate level. 246 out of 491, are government medical colleges in India, and 245 are privately governed medical colleges in India. Top 25 medical colleges of India 1) All India Institute […]Read More
What is a Leap Year? Why do we Have a Leap Year?
What is a Leap Year Leap years are years where an additional day is added to the end of the shortest month, February. The extra day, February 29, is generally referred to as leap day. Leap years have 366 days rather than the standard 365 days and occur almost every four years. Why do we Have a Leap Year? Who […]Read More
Difference between Primary and Secondary memory
Memory is the storage space utilised by the computer for storing data and instructions, required for processing of the information. Memory is of two types: 1) Primary (or) Main memory 2) Secondary (or) Auxiliary Memory Now let’s look in brief at both types and their characteristics. Primary memory: Types of Primary Memory: RAM (RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY): RAM is most […]Read More
First Man Made Plastic | History of Plastics
Plastic Plastic is a human-made polymer where natural polymers include silk, wool, cellulose, and latex. Plastic, in a nutshell, meaning human invented or human-made or synthetic, semi-synthetic, non-biodegradable, polymer-based organic compounds of high molecular mass, i.e. carbon bonded or linked in a potent long molecule unbreakable chains of like molecules linked together, evil, devil, essential, multi-convenience. Plastic is any material that […]Read More