Japan launched a cargo ship Friday bound for the International Space Station, carrying a ‘space junk’ collector that was made with the help of a fishnet company.
Seeking to fight corruption with the active participation of people, Kerala government on Friday launched two mobile applications which can be used to upload information regarding graft.
From large companies to tiny startups, many people are working on creating apps to monitor and improve our health. The technical skill needed is widely recognised and developers are becoming more aware of the need to involve consumers and health professionals in the design.
DarkMatter, an international cyber security firm headquartered in the UAE, has announces its participation at the IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things, IoT, conference, taking place between 12th and 14th December in Washington DC.
The World Alliance for Clean Technologies expects Indian companies to be part of the global coalition that aims to come up with around 1,000 solutions towards reconciling “economy and ecology”.
The country needs a strong national encryption policy (NEP) before going cashless in post-demonetisation era to ensure safety of smart card users, according to IPS officer and IT expert Sanjay Pandey.
Google announced on Thursday that by the end of 2017, its entire operation, including data centers and corporate offices around the world, will be powered by 100 percent renewable energy.
The Ministry of Finance, MoF, in collaboration with the Arab Monetary Fund, AMF, has organised a workshop on the modern technologies applied to financial services, its impact on the banking sector, and the challenges faced by Arab regulatory authorities to establish a suitable environment to adopt these new technologies.
On the theory that a driver who knows when a red light will turn green is more relaxed and aware, vehicle manufacturer Audi is unveiling this week in Las Vegas a technology that enables vehicles to “read” traffic signals ahead and tell the motorist how long the wait will be.
A British-Dutch company planning to install a community of humans on Mars admitted on Wednesday that it’s project will be delayed by several years.