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Pupils Discover Racy Picture of Russian Teacher While Hacking Her Boyfriend's Laptop for Test Answers, Photo Goes ViralJun 11th 2013
Trying to find the easy way out can lead to all sorts of discoveries. When several 15-year-olds found they could hack the laptop of their teacher’s boyfriend for test answers, it was too good to pass up. Within a few minutes, the students did not just find the answers to their exam – a racy photo of their teacher was also part of the find.
It was the anxious request of two of his friends about their board exam results that made Debhargya Das, a young software engineering intern, to peep into the ICSE results before they were publically available. Shockingly, the incident which is described elaborately with graphs and description in his blog, has unveiled a long list of anomalies that has crept into the education system.
Appthoughtz, a Hyderabad-based IT startup, has launched iTopper tablet, a new tablet to assist students aspiring to fulfill their medical and engineering dreams by scoring well in competitive exams.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has officially announced that the results of Class 12 examinations will be out at 10 am on 27 May, putting an end to the weeks of speculation regarding the declaration of the board exam results.
There has been nothing you could call "successful" about President Obama's so-called "green energy" initiatives, but the worst thing of all is the billions in taxpayer dollars he has utterly wasted on failed companies who were trying to push unproven, and ultimately failed, initiatives.
Google's is about to lay off nearly 1,200, staffs of its workforce at Motorola Mobility in a bid to return to profitability, Wall Street Journal has reported Friday.
About 80 percent of companies are recruiting IT professionals across Seattle-area for the second quarter of 2013.
Government has officially announced the Canada Summer Jobs 2013, which will create up to 36,000 job opportunities for students across the country.
Canada's economy created far more jobs than expected in December and the jobless rate slid to a four-year low, bolstering the likelihood of a central bank interest rate rise later this year.