Scientists have found a drug that regenerates teeth, and it could reduce the need for fillings

Researchers have identified a drug that can regenerate teeth from the inside out, possibly reducing the need for artificial fillings. The drug was previously used in Alzheimer’s clinical trials, and it now appears to improve the tooth’s natural ability to heal itself. It works by activating stem cells inside the tooth’s pulp centre, prompting the damaged area to regenerate the hard dentin material that makes up the majority of a tooth. “The simplicity of our approach makes it ideal as a clinical dental product for the natural treatment of large cavities, by…

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Nokia is all set to make the big comeback with DC1 smartphone in 2017

Nokia D1C has been leaked a lot in the past and the device is rumoured to launch in two variants. Nokia will announce the D1C smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. According to reports from big sources, Nokia D1C will be priced at around the Rs 10,000 price mark, putting it in direct competition with the Redmi Note 3 and the Moto G4. Nokia is planning to announce D1C in two variants with 2GB RAM and 3GB RAM options. The 2GB RAM variant will probably be priced Rs 9,999…

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Dots or No-dots in your Gmail address: They Hardly Matter

Most of the times while verbally telling your email address to someone else, you are more specific about the dots or periods that your email id might possess. To explain, let’s suppose my email address is vishal.sharma@himbuds.com. If you email me on vishalsharma@himbuds.com, you will receive a bounce back to your email as there is no vishalsharma@himbuds.com. Had there been one, he would have definitely received too many email which would have actually been intended for me. This is the main reason why Google has worked out something different in…

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Has Govt developed a Tool to crack Apple privacy?

Apple privacy

In the midst Apple Inc. & Federal Bureau of investigation’s recent face-off over decryption of Apple privacy, Minister of Communications & IT, Mr. Ravishankar Prasad has raised a furore by saying that the Government has created a forensic tool for mobile phone devices, which very well includes Apple phone. Responding to a query in the Upper House, the Minister said,”As part ofa programme, a tool for mobile forensics has been developed, which handles smart phones including Apple phones.” Though he denied the speculations that any further plans were in progress…

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