A giant South Korean-built manned robot that walks like a human but makes the ground shake under its weight has taken its first baby steps.
In cities across the country, parking-style meters collect loose change from donors in an attempt to cut down on panhandling — a strategy critics argue is wrongheaded and in vain.
Vehicle telematics technology company Trak N Tell on Wednesday rolled out a vehicle security feature that instantly transforms users’ smartphone into an alarm clock, alerting them about potential threats to their cars in real time and take corrective action.
A software analysis can now highlight the subtle differences between a diseased and healthy retina, a development that shows promise of early detection of diseases of the human eye and could also help design a smart phone-based retinal diagnostic app, researchers say.
Researchers have created a novel material out of silk protein that can be preprogrammed with biological, chemical, or optical functions, such as mechanical components that change colour with strain, deliver drugs, or respond to light.
Eco-friendly antimicrobial agents that are being developed by a team of researchers at New Zealand’s University of Auckland could contribute in some of the key identified sectors in ‘Make in India’, says an Indian-origin member of the scientific team.
The Internet of things (IoT) is rapidly gaining momentum in the GCC healthcare industry. Continue reading IoT is just what the doctor prescribes for GCC hospitals
Instead of fighting traffic or waiting for a taxi, rail travellers arriving at New York’s capital may one day soar across the Hudson River in glassy pods suspended from cables. Continue reading Not just for skiers: Gondolas seen as urban transit solution
The Dubai Courts has launched ‘Rased,’ a judicial work indicator. The smart technical system provides a unified tool to enhance corporate governance, effectively attain strategic goals, and promote high excellence in its main operations. Continue reading Dubai Courts launches smart indicator
Google is relying on crowd sourcing to make the world more wheelchair-friendly. The search giant has launched a new feature through Google Maps that lists whether a location is wheelchair-accessible. Continue reading Wheelchair accessible? Just ask Google Maps