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Why is Labor Day celebrated?

On 1st May most of the countries around the world have holiday on the eve of Labor Day. We gleefully accept the day off but very few of us know the history behind it. Lets find out why do we actually celebrate it. When & Why it was started: The existence of Labor day goes…

What is Telnet?

Telnet is a Network Protocol which allows a person on one computer log into another computer remotely which is on same network. Telnet was developed in 1969, for the next 14 years it was improved and in 1983 it became part of Internet Standard# 8. Once a connection is established to the remote computer (host)…

What are differences between Bacteria and Virus?

We often tend to use these words interchangeably but there are quite a lot of differences between Bacteria and Virus especially in terms of its organism. They both exhibit their own set of unique characteristics. Lets find out the differences between the two. Difference with Origin: Bacteria is a single celled microorganism which can survive…

What is the difference between a Dial Up and Broadband Internet connection?

Due to the requirement of high speed internet services, almost everyone of us is using broadband connections. But few years back, prior to the advancement of internet services most of us accessed internet via dial up connections. Lets find out what new features has broadband brought to the internet industry as compared to dial up…

How does mirror works?

Light is a form of energy and when it hits a surface such as a mirror, is reflected from the surface. This is similar to a bouncing ball into a wall. The reflected image is composed of photons, which are particles of light. When these photons originally hit the mirror it creates vibration that causes…

What is XML?

XML stands for “Extensible Markup Language” and is a text file having information according to a given structure. It is a meta-language for defining markup languages ​​for the representation of information to be exchanged over the Internet. XML is the successor to SGML (standard generalized markup language) and HTML (Hypertext markup language) for representing semi-structured…

What is Digital India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Digital India initiative on 1st July 2015 which emphasized at the concept of E-Governance. It aimed at providing online government services to every citizen through better Internet connectivity and improved online infrastructure. It focuses to transform India into a digitally empowered society. With the vision to connect rural India with…

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