Betterment, one the earliest and largest online wealth managers known as robo-advisers, is launching new services that will allow clients to receive financial advice from human advisers, as digital and traditional investment management models converge.
Liqvd Asia, a digital marketing agency recognised by Google as a Premier Partner, has launched a one of its kind online exhibition gateway titled ExFirst.com, an open platform where an exhibition from any industry can be conducted by any organisation. Continue reading Now an online exhibition promising best of fashion
Highly sophisticated robotics and ‘bio-printing’ are rapidly changing the face of modern surgery, significantly eliminating the risk of human error and in some cases even allowing doctors to perform procedures remotely, according to experts at Arab Health. Continue reading Robots and bio-printing change the face of surgery
Even as there has been tremendous technological advancement in healthcare over the years, there hasn’t been much innovation in the basic tool of a doctor for all these years – the stethoscope. Continue reading A stethoscope that helps doctors ‘see’ your heartbeat
The Ministry of Health and Prevention has launched a one-of-its-kind ‘Health Mirror’ service. Continue reading A smart device for full body checkup in a minute
Twitter is making sure to make the service a safer place and do a better job in stopping harassment by rolling out new updates. Continue reading Twitter to release updates to stop harassment
A French designer duo has unveiled a new concept for the future smartphone which is made around holograms, voice control and face-tracking technology with translucent gelatinous features, media reported. Continue reading French designers unveil gelatinous, self-healing smartphone
Knots have been around for thousands of years. But now, a team of researchers from the University of Manchester has added a new twist to one of the most basic technologies known to humans. Continue reading Scientists tie the world’s tightest knot
Privacy-minded consumers could soon spur demand for camouflage clothing, not merely as a fashion statement, but as a matter of practicality. Continue reading Can this clothing defeat face recognition software? Tech-savvy artists experiment.
This week US scientists announced they have developed an algorithm, or a computerised tool, to identify skin cancers through analysis of photographs. Continue reading Algorithms to identify skin cancers through photographs