If researchers have their way, you will soon be able to harvest energy from simple motions like scrolling on your smartphone or touching your wearable watch.
A top scientist at National Physics Laboratory (NPL) here has said that industry should come forward to commercialise the concept of the hydroelectric cell as it has the potential to be a very cheap source of electricity.
Researchers have developed the first vaccine for chikungunya fever made from an insect-specific virus that does not have any effect on people, making the vaccine safe and effective.
IT industry’s representative body Nasscom on Tuesday said it signed an MoU with Georgia Tech Advanced Research Corporation (GTARC) in the US towards advancing Internet of Things (IoT) and fostering IoT-based innovation through the development of a conducive ecosystem in India.
Japanese technology company Konica Minolta on Tuesday launched e-bizVAULT, a cloud-based web Document Management System (DMS) solution which offers support for popular browsers and mobile devices.
If you are not physically with your family this Christmas, Facebook Messenger’s latest group chat feature rolled out on Monday can mitigate the distance. Continue reading Switching gears, BlackBerry to open self-driving cars hub
Inspired by Iron Man’s artificial assistant (AI) “Jarvis” and his capabilities, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has coded and developed his own “Jarvis” to run his home. Continue reading Zuckerberg builds Iron Man’s assistant ‘Jarvis’ to run his home
Students of Masters of Business Administration at the Abu Dhabi School of Management have recently displayed a range of their innovative projects, ranging from smart phone apps designed help raise funds for charity purposes to 3-D printers used in manufacturing high-fashion clothing.
The world’s first cloned goat bearing superfine Cashmere wool was born in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, local government said on Sunday. Continue reading World’s first cloned goat with Cashmere wool born in China
The railways has sought from the public innovative ideas to increase passenger-carrying capacity of coaches, ensure easy accessibility to trains from low-level platforms and develop new digital capabilities at stations. Continue reading Indian railways seeks innovative ideas from public on coach design