Scientists have created a three-dimensional (3D) organ-on-a-chip that can mimic the heart’s amazing biomechanical properties.
3D printed body parts have become a reality in India, a game changer which promises to alter the medical landscape in India. Continue reading India enters age of 3D printed body parts
Seeking to escape a cycle of falling prices and tight regulation, big telecom operators from Vimpelcom (VIP.O) to Telefonica (TEF.MC) are set to reinvent themselves as internet players to escape the industry’s straight-jacket of low growth. Continue reading Beyond phones and 5G, mobile world seeks to reinvent itself
Born in the year 2000, it had a dark blue body, emitted a deep green light from its tiny screen, and housed a charming game called “Snake”. And an entire generation grew up loving the iconic Nokia 3310. Continue reading Will mix of nostalgia and tech help iconic Nokia 3310 make a comeback?
“Benevolent bots” that are designed to improve articles on Wikipedia—just like humans—have online “fights” over content that can continue for years, researchers have found. Continue reading Computer bots too have fights like humans
Scientists have found a better way to predict what personality traits might indicate that a kid is at risk for drug or alcohol abuse. Continue reading Brain scans to predict if kid is at drug abuse risk
Google said it will begin offering media groups an artificial intelligence tool designed to stamp out incendiary comments on their websites.
What if a drone delivers a mouth-watering pizza right in your car as you wait at the red signal and fly ahead? In a bid to make drones technology more potent, a team led by an Indian-origin researcher is teaching unmanned aerial vehicles to land on moving targets.
Just like real doctors and nurses, online health tools with good but controlled communication skills can promote healthier lifestyles, a team of Indian-origin researchers has said.
Package delivery company United Parcel Service Inc tested home delivery by drone in Lithia, Florida, on Monday, the first step in what the company hopes will be a move toward more automated delivery.