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  • HP Beats Expectations in Quarterly Profits

    Published On : Aug 24,2017

    HP Inc., formerly known as Hewlett-Packard Co., has reported a little more than expected profits in this quarter that ended on July 31st as it sold a higher number of personal computers. The revenue from the personal systems unit of HP, which prim

  • New Research Links Role of T Cells Metabolism in Autoimmune Diseases

    Published On : Aug 24,2017

    A recent research investigating the role of metabolic pathways in immune cells in maintaining a healthy immune response to infections, found how functional disruption or exhaustion in specialized T cells may impair immune system. Scientists at St.

  • CRISPR to Give New Hope to Sickle-Cell Patients

    Published On : Aug 23,2017

    Around 100,000 individuals in the U.S. have sickle-cell infection, the majority of them African-Americans and Latinos and also people from Asian, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Indian descent. They live considerably shorter lives—around 40 to

  • “Cyborg” to Produce Fuel from Water, CO2, and Daylight

    Published On : Aug 23,2017

    Scientists have come up with a kind of bacteria known as “cyborg” that is covered in small semiconductors that produce a potential fuel source from water, daylight, and carbon dioxide. The bugs creates acetic acid, a substance that would then

  • Yet Another Accusation on Johnson & Johnson Questioning its Safety

    Published On : Aug 22,2017

    Johnson & Johnson has been requested to pay $417m (£323.4m) to a lady who says she developed ovarian cancer subsequent to utilizing items such as baby powder. The California jury's decision denotes the biggest honor yet in a series of claims

  • Oral Treatment for Peanut Allergy Stays Effective for Four Years

    Published On : Aug 22,2017

    An oral treatment for peanut sensitivity is as yet powerful four years after it was managed, an examination has found.  Kids were given a probiotic, with a shelled nut protein, every day for year and a half.  At the point when tried one month la

  • Hikma Spikes Prices of Six of its Drugs Sold in the U.S.

    Published On : Aug 21,2017

    Generic drugmakers have often come under fire for price fixing and inflating prices. In fact, for products where they have complete monopoly or face limited competition, they command high prices. This is most prominent in the U.S., where in the ab

  • Volkswagen to Build Electric Version of its 60’s Microbus

    Published On : Aug 21,2017

    International automotive giant Volkswagen just announced that it would start production of an electric version of its classic Microbus camper van in order to bolster its fleet of electric vehicles.

    The revamping of the van with battery-pow

  • Coca Cola Unseats Pepsi at Arby’s

    Published On : Aug 18,2017

    The recent news has it that Coca-Cola Co. has won the contract to sell soft drinks at fast-food chain Arby’s, leaving PepsiCo Inc. to lose in the latest battle over the restaurant Arby’s beverage service. This deal is expected to add over 3,2

  • Pi Training to Help Build Your Own Robot

    Published On : Aug 18,2017

    After spending the last few years in fine tuning the Raspberry Pi into a credit card sized computer, the creators have finally released the Raspberry Pi Zero. The makers made use of a single-board micro computer which can run on most operating sys

  • China Claims its Bullet Train Technology was Stolen

    Published On : Aug 17,2017

    With the U.S. President Donald Trump, relentlessly dogging China, which it perceives as a big threat, over some issue or the other, the Chinese too have started to retaliate.

    Close on the heels of Trump’s announcement on Saturday that it

  • Startup Works on Offline Data Transfer between Mobile Phone Devices

    Published On : Aug 17,2017

    Tony Fadell, a Lebanese-American serial inventor, entrepreneur, and angel investor, who is popularly known as “one of the fathers of the iPOD” at Apple, is preparing to take the tech domain by storm yet again. This time around, he is planning

  • Automated Fingerprint Analysis for Solving Crimes

    Published On : Aug 16,2017

    Recent research has shown that fingerprint examination can produce erroneous results. A report from the National Academy of Sciences has found that results are not necessarily repeatable and that even experienced examiners may disagree with their

  • WhatsApp will Soon Let You Pay for Coffee and Taxi

    Published On : Aug 16,2017

    News of WhatsApp introducing a new feature enabling users to send money has cropped up. This Facebook-owned company is anticipated to try out digital payments by a system called WhatsApp Payments, which is all set to be launched in the U.K. soon.

  • Saudi Arabia Indicts People for Extremist Tweets

    Published On : Aug 14,2017

    Microblogging site Twitter, along with other social media platforms, has become a powerful tool in the hands of extremists to mentally indoctrinate people. The conflict-torn Middle East has seen this happen time and again.  Most recently, when a

  • Special Robot for Children Battling Isolation due to Chronic Illness

    Published On : Aug 14,2017

    Children afflicted with chronic illness, not just lose out on the academic front, but also have to cope with isolation from their schoolmates and peers, something that often leads to psychological problems. While it is possible to bring them up to

  • Need for Space Doctors is being Cut Down by Robots

    Published On : Aug 11,2017

    NASA has broadly automated routine space tasks such as docking, orbital rendezvous, and mapping of trajectory. Also, since the late 1990s, NASA has been refining ‘robonauts’ that includes medical systems that are able to perform procedures and

  • Chinese Regulators Investigate Baidu, Tencent and Weibo over Content

    Published On : Aug 11,2017

    Online watchdog of China has begun an investigation into multiple reports of violations by news services run by Baidu Inc., Weibo Corp., and Tencent Holdings Ltd. This investigation is a part of the government’s plan of maintaining a tight scrut

  • Doctors to Prescribe 3 Wearable Innovations in Healthcare Technology

    Published On : Aug 09,2017

    New healthcare technologies have been brought into being that could support physicians in their everyday tasks as well as patients to better care for their health. Physicians have been expected to soon prescribe leading-edge wearable technologies

  • Startup Assures Compressed Air Technology at Half Cost of Batteries

    Published On : Aug 09,2017

    Hydrostor, a Toronto-based energy storage startup, has shaken hands with AECOM, an American engineering company, in Australia to target opportunities in its national electricity market (NEM). Hydrostor has claimed that its Terra energy storage sol

  • Saudi Arabia Shifting Focus from Oil to Smart Cities and Job Creation

    Published On : Aug 08,2017

    For the best part of the past century, Saudi Arabia relied on its natural oil resources to fuel its economy, but the kingdom is now said to have cut crude sales to some of the buyers and limited it to only the prized buyers. Going forward, Saudi A

  • Chinese Investors to Acquire $1.5 Trillion worth Foreign Companies in Next Decade

    Published On : Aug 08,2017

    As per Linklaters LLP, a global law firm that specializes in advising mergers and acquisitions, Chinese investors are ready to pour in US$1.5 trillion to acquire promising companies across the world over the next ten years, a spike of 70 percent i

  • Apple to Quantum Leap into Augmented Reality Embedded into iPhones

    Published On : Aug 07,2017

    Apple has been setting the stage for a springboard into augmented reality (AR) with its next big act. It could be more of a mass-market phenomenon than just a geeky sideshow. Later in 2017, the company has been expected to embed AR-ready technolog

  • Carlyle Hopeful of Boosting India Deals with Rise in Buyout Prospects

    Published On : Aug 07,2017

    Carlyle Group LP has been eying lucrative dealmaking opportunities in India as buyouts witness a surge in the recent time. Return on investment in the South Asian country has been overcoming almost all major markets around the world. Neeraj Bharad

  • New Technique Cheaply and Quickly Eliminates 99.0% BPA from Water

    Published On : Aug 04,2017

    Terrence J. Collins of Carnegie Mellon University has developed a novel technique that could potentially free water from a 99.0% of harmful bisphenol A (BPA). Along with Oregon State University and University of Auckland collaborators, Collins and