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COMBATING THE  WORLD WIDE WAIT
by Vipul Verma  

I
s Internet physics, chemistry or biology?
Well! Most of us would say: "What a silly question?" There is no doubt that on a broader parameter, computers and telecommunication, everything is a part of physics."

The truth is, however, a bit strange. No one could doubt that the science behind the Internet is physics. However, the driving force behind this science is chemistry, though not literally.

 

Indian girl sets new GCSE record
A
boy and a girl, aged six, have become the youngest children yet to pass a British GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) exam, The Independent of London reported recently.

Analysing system for organisational needs
T
he rapid spread of computers and information technology in all walks of life has generated an immense need for highly trained workers to design and develop new hardware & software system. These workers could be system analysts, engineers or scientists. We are going to discuss the system analysts here.

Online Forex trading new Net battlefield
T
he $ 1,500 billion a day international foreign exchange market is about to be turned into an Internet battleground. Three leading banks Citibank, Chase Investment Bank and Deutsche Bank are teaming up with Reuters to develop a company to deliver foreign exchange dealing services.

On hardware
A home printer is different from the office one
By Sumesh Raizada

Kids Chat
Guess the word before Snowman melts

Entertainment 
The world of online games

Learning Computers
Setting up your modem correctly

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