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Rubbery Patch That Can Be Placed on Heart to Monitor

Move over smartwatches as researchers led by a mechanical engineer from the University of Houston have developed a patch made from fully rubbery electronics...

Flipkart Delivered Around 1 Crore Shipments On Big Billion Day Sale

Flipkart on Wednesday said that it delivered 1 crore shipments in the first five days of its Big Billion Day sale which is a...

Dutch Engineers Working on ‘Smart’ Mask to Monitor Wearer’s Temperature

Physicians and engineers in the Netherlands said they are developing a “smart mask” that uses sensors and data to monitor a wearer's temperature and...

Demand for PCs Rise and Shipments Fall Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

As the world began dealing with a massive remote workforce coupled with millions of kids taking classes online at home during the COVID-19 lockdowns,...

Realme To Unveil its Smart TV in India in Q2 of Year 2020

Chinese smartphone maker Realme was expected to unveil its smart TV on February 24 in Barcelona, Spain but with Mobile World Congress cancelled we...

Tech Giant Samsung Bags Top Position in US Home Appliances Market For Fourth Consecutive Year

Samsung Electronics Co. said on Wednesday it topped the US home appliances market for the fourth consecutive year in 2019 due to solid sales...

New Stretchable Battery Can Safely Store Power for Wearables

Researchers from Stanford University have developed a soft and stretchable battery for wearable electronics that relies on a special type of plastic to store...

Samsung Electronics Creates An In-House Technology Platform Unit

Samsung Electronics has created an in-house technology platform unit and named a new chief for its home appliance business in the company's latest reshuffle,...

Know About the Risks of Intellectual Property Theft

By Elizabeth Lee Intellectual property theft is a growing concern, and it poses a real risk at large conferences where people from around the world are...

Acer Rolls out Online Store to Strengthen E-Commerce in India

Taiwanese electronics major Acer on Tuesday announced the launch of its online store 'eStore' to strengthen its e-commerce platform in India. "We witnessed that a...

Apple Purchases its First Ever Carbon-Free Aluminium

Apple Inc has bought the first-ever commercial batch of carbon-free aluminum from a joint venture between two of the world’s biggest aluminum suppliers. The metal...

Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology Finds “Certain Gaps” in Whatsapp’s Reply on Spyware

Terming the Whatsapp's reply having "certain gaps", the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (Meity) has decided to write to the company over its...

Samsung Electronics Third in Global Race for AI-Related Patent

 Samsung Electronics Co. has the third-largest number of patents related to artificial intelligence (AI), coming behind two US tech giants, a report showed on...

World’s first robot smartphone ‘RoBoHon’ goes on sale in Japan

World’s first robotic mobile phone is on sale now. The small pocket size cute robot  is capable of walking and dancing. Weighing 390 grams and 19.5cm in height...

Apple to delay launch of 4-inch iPhone SE in India

New Delhi: Apple lovers started pre-ordering their 4-inch iPhone SE or 9.7-inch iPad Pro devices from Thursday (the device will start shipping to them from...

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Rise In Obesity Rates Due To Brain Pressure Disorder

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Prostate Cancer Can Be Detected By AI Through Urine

A novel Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based technique may help in diagnosing prostate cancer from the urine within only twenty minutes with almost 100 percent accuracy,...

Heart Disease Risk: Women Under 55 With Diabetes

Women, who are under 55, with Type-2 diabetes are at greater risk of developing coronary heart disease, a new study suggests. The study indicates...