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08th Sep 2020

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What Indians searched most on Google in August

Google has shared some interesting insights as to what Indians searched for in the month of August. The list includes the search for Independence Day, Pranab Mukherjee and Covid-19 among others.
As per the details shared by Google, “Pakistan vs England” was the top trend in India during the month of August with a spike of over 5,000%.
It was followed by the search for Pranab Mukherjee, which witnessed a spike of over 4,000%.
The tech giant also noted that the Pakistani cricket team was among the top trending topics over the month, spiking over 3,400% and ranking second to Indian Independence Day.
As far as the interest for Independence Day is concerned, Google said that the but this year search interest for Independence Day soared to a new record high.
The overall search interest soared to over 3,750%. It was the highest spiking topic of the month. The previous record peak was August 2018.

What Indians searched most on Google in August

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These robots can make 150 pizzas in an hour
These robots can make 150 pizzas in an hour

xRobotics announced xPizza One robot, a pizza-making automated robot in a small form factor, capable of making several pizzas at a time.
The pizza robot consists of smaller robots, which work in a coordinated manner with the main machine to make a pizza by following a customer’s recipe.
xRobotics says its pizza robot is easy to operate, and the ingredient containers and the small robots are easily swappable because of the modular design.
xPizza One supports all pizza recipes and popular pizza sizes like 10-, 12-, and 14-inch.
It has a capacity to deliver up to 150 pizzas in an hour while supporting over 20 ingredients, and can be cleaned in less than 15 minutes.
It can be integrated with an existing point of sale (POS), and can be controlled using devices like an iPad or an Android-based tablet.
xPizza Max, with a capacity of 300 pizzas per hour, will be launched next year, xRobotics said.
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Biggest cruise ship to touch water for the first time
Biggest cruise ship to touch water for the first time

Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas will touch water for the first time as it’s “floated out” from a dry dock at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in St. Nazaire, France, where it has been under construction for more than a year.The 18-deck-high vessel — the latest in the line’s giant Oasis Class of ships — will transfer to a “wet dock” where finishing work will continue into next year.
Wonder of the Seas will be the fifth vessel in Royal Caribbean’s groundbreaking Oasis Class series of ships, which are more than 20% bigger than any other cruise ships afloat.
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