As part of the World Government Summit, ConsenSys – an American software consultancy -will release a paper that offers governments a clear roadmap to harness the power of blockchain technology and implement robust blockchain strategies. Continue reading Blockchain to be breakthrough tech for Dubai and government
Science fiction likes to depict robots as autonomous machines, capable of making their own decisions and often expressing their own personalities. Yet we also tend to think of robots as property, and as lacking the kind of rights that we reserve for people. Continue reading Robots may be smarter, but are they ‘electronic persons’?
Scientists have engineered a new technique for precisely measuring the properties of individual protein molecules floating in a liquid, a finding that could one day lead to advances against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Continue reading ‘5-D protein fingerprinting’ may provide hope for Alzheimer’s
A coder hacked into an Amazon gadget designed to instantly order consumer goods for the home and coded it donate $5 to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) with every press, a media report said. Continue reading Coder turns Amazon Dash button into donation tool
Cellphones and other devices could soon be controlled with touchless gestures and charge themselves using ambient light thanks to new LED displays that can both emit and detect light. Continue reading Controlling smartphones with touchless gestures
Apple’s upcoming iPhone is set to come with wireless charging which will enavle users to charge the phone without having to plug it in. Continue reading iPhone 8 to feature wireless charging
Global networking giant Cisco on Monday launched “Umbrella”, a Cloud-based secure internet gateway that provides visibility and protection against threats wherever users work. Continue reading Cisco launches Cloud-based secure internet gateway
The mist-enshrouded cloud forest canopies dotting the mountains of Latin America have been degraded by encroaching cities and farms, but convincing hydropower operators to pay for their restoration could increase water flows and boost energy security, analysts say.
Science fiction likes to depict robots as autonomous machines, capable of making their own decisions and often expressing their own personalities.
A healthy baby boy has been born from an embryo frozen 16 years ago, a hospital in south China announced on Monday. Continue reading Baby born from 16-year-old frozen embryo in China