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Ordering Cost

. Ordering CostsOrdering costs are costs of ordering a new batch of raw materials. These include cost of placing a purchase order, costs of inspection of received batches, documentation costs, etc.Ordering costs vary inversely with carrying costs. It means that the more orders a business places with its suppliers, the higher will be the ordering costs. However, more orders mean smaller average inventory levels and hence lower carrying costs.It is important for a business to minimize the sum of these costs which it does by applying the economic order quantity model.ExampleAzerGas is a company engaged in gas distribution to households and businesses through its network of pipelines in Azerbaijan. The company expands its pipelines every now and then. Installation of pipelines involves use of specialized high quality pipes, customized valves and other spares and loose tools. AzerGas has only a few suppliers who produce these customized tools. Azerbaijani government regulations require the…

New Male Birth Control Hopes To Prevent Sperm Motility By Targeting Enzyme In Testes

The pill and the condom, whether used separately or in combination, have been the most popular method of contraception for men and women for decades. The efficacy of the pill and condoms range from 92 to 98 percent, respectively, but with side effects. Synthetic hormones in the pill can have very real side effects on the body, while condoms can be prone to slippage and breakage. Now, a study published in the journal Protein Expression and Purification suggests science is one step closer to developing a non-hormonal male birth control pill — without the side effects. “The challenge in developing a new contraceptive is that a male ‘pill’ will be taken by perfectly healthy men,” said John Herr, author of the study and a cell biologist at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, in the statement. He added: “Because of this fact, a male contraceptive drug should be very precise in its mechanism of action, without any off-target side-effects on molecules with similar properties locat…

Your Brain On Science And Religion: Non-Believers Report Same Personality Traits As Psychopaths

The neurons in your brain work in coordinated networks, with some mental webs enabling critical thinking, others encouraging empathy. Given a science problem, then, the brain’s analytical network will activate as it simultaneously suppresses the social network. A new study, presented as a series of linked experiments, explores this fundamental conflict between thinking and feeling. The more empathetic you are, the more likely you will be religious, the researchers discovered, while on the flip side, if you tend to be analytic, you are more likely to find the concept of a higher power difficult to swallow. “Analytic thinking and moral concern represent two cognitive modes which our neural architecture causes to be in competition with each other,” conclude the Case Western Reserve University and Babson College researchers. However, their results also suggest a darker side to our thinking brains. In terms of a general personality profile, the non-religious are aligned with the psychopat…

Shooting down drones is a federal crime says FAA

United States aviation authority says drone shooting is a federal crime The drone industry and drone lovers in United States will love this news. The aviation watchdog in United States of America has said that shooting down drones is a federal crime. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) confirmed last week that it is federal crime to shoot down aircraft, which includes drones too. At least, 12 drones have been shot out of the sky in five U.S. states John Goglia from Forbes confirmed this with the FAA. According to the FAA, “regardless of the situation, shooting at any aircraft — including unmanned aircraft — poses a significant safety hazard. An unmanned aircraft hit by gunfire could crash, causing damage to persons or property on the ground, or it could collide with other objects in the air. ” Goglia explains the FAA offered this ruling in response to his questions on the topic, citing 18 USC. 32, which “makes it a felony to damage or destroy an aircraft.” However, for his own …

Microsoft, Apple, Facebook and Google attack United Kingdom for its hacking law

United Kingdom lambasted by Apple, Google, Facebook, Yahoo and Microsoft over its proposed hacking law In a rare bonhomie the three tech giants came together to criticize United Kingdom’s new hacking law. Apple, Microsoft, Google and Facebook criticized plans by the UK government for a new law that would allow government authorities and law enforcement agencies to hack computer systems to access data. According to the provisions of the draft Investigatory Powers Bill, government authorities and law enforcement agencies like intelligence and security services, police and the armed forces would be free to hack into devices belonging to Britons and visitors to United Kingdom to obtain data, such as communications, when they have a warrant to do so.
The draft bill has been pilloried by netizens on social network however, the government argues that the hacking provisions – part of the wider internet surveillance legislation – are needed so that law enforcement can intercept the communicat…

This hacker made Amazon’s Alexa, Google Now, and Apple’s Siri talk to each other

This hacker made Amazon’s Alexa talk to Google’s Now and make it activate Apple’s Siri What could be better than asking just one voice assistant to call upon the others? In other words, what if we could make them all talk to one another? An enterprising developer by the name of Leon Nicholls recently activated Siri on an iPhone by going through three different voice-enabled assistants first. Using Amazon’s recently released Alexa voice-command system, a naughty chain of command was created between Amazon’s Alexa, Google Now, and Apple’s Siri. First, Nicholls used a Raspberry Pi loaded with Amazon’s Alexa Skills Kit, a collection of tools that allows users program new features into the voice service. Then, he starts off by activating voice commands on his Raspberry Pi and he asks it to “Ask Alexa how to use Siri.” “Alexa, ask Google how to enable ‘Hey Siri,’” says the Raspberry Pi. “Okay Google,” Amazon’s black cylinder replies, using keywords that activate a Google Nexus 6P phone at …

Opera becomes the first web browser to offer a built-in VPN service

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have become an important tool not just for large companies, but also for individuals to improve web privacy, dodge content restrictions and counter growing threat of cyber attacks.

Opera has released an updated desktop version of its web browser with a Free built-in VPN serviceto keep you safe on the Internet with just a click. For those unfamiliar, VPNs are easy security and privacy tools that route your Internet traffic through a distant connection, protecting your browsing, hiding your location data and accessing restricted resources. Free VPN Service with Unlimited Data Usage
Unlike several other free VPN services, Opera's built-in free VPN service will offer you unlimited data usage as well. You just have to turn on a virtual switch in the Settings menu to enable the feature.

So you required to install no third-party extensions, pay no monthly fee as well as set no limit on data usage. "By adding a free, unlimited VPN directly into the browser…

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Live Cricket Score, KKR vs SRH, IPL 2016: KKR to chase SRH’s 142/7 for win in Hyderabad

KKR take on SRH in the IPL 2016 contest in Hyderabad on Saturday. While KKR have won one and lost one, SRH lost their opening encounter against RCB. Plenty at stakes as both teams would want to get back to winning ways in the first afternoon fixture of the 2016 edition of the Indian Premier League. Catch live cricket scores and live cricket updates from the IPL 2016 match here. (PHOTOS: Ziva’s adorable moment with daddy Dhoni) Live Cricket Scorecard: KKR vs SRH, IPL 2016 (CLICK HERE) Live Cricket Updates: KKR vs SRH, IPL 2016 1735 hrs IST: IPL 2016: SRH post 142/7 against KKR in Hyderabad. (Morgan 51, Ojha 37; Umesh 3/28) 1732 hrs IST: WICKET! Sharp work in the deep and Reddy falls short of his ground. Run-out. SRH 141/7 1727 hrs IST: Umesh has bowled well today. Mixing it up nicely in the middle and unleashing the effort ball here and then. Ends with figures of 3/28 1726 hrs IST: WICKET! Morgan hits the Umesh delivery straight to Shakib in the deep. 128/6 1722 hrs IST: SIX! Short, and Morga…

25 Amazing Cricket Facts That'll Blow Your Mind

1. Shahid Afridi used Sachin Tendulkar's bat to hit the fastest ever ODI centuryGetty Images Shahid Afridi was flown in to play for the Pakistan team from West Indies to Nairobi in 1996 and didn't have a proper bat. That's when Waqar Younis gave 'Young Afridi' Sachin Tendulkar’s bat. Afridi hit 11 sixes and six boundaries with the bat and scored a 37-ball century against Sri Lanka which was the then fastest ODI century. The record, broken later by Corey Anderson (36 balls), now belongs to South Africa's AB de Villiers (31 balls). 
2. Chris Gayle is the only batsman to hit a six off the first ball of a Test matchAFP In the 137 years of Test cricket no cricketer has ever hit a six off the first ball of a Test match. Audacious Chris Gayle achieved this feat against Bangladesh in 2012 off debutant Sohag Gazi.
3. Abbas Ali Baig was the first Indian cricketer to be kissed during a Test match BCCL When Abbas Ali Baig reached a half-century in the third Test match against Au…

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