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  • Has AI Bridged the Human - Computer Gap Through Visual Recognition?

    Published On : Mar 25,2019

    Researchers are focusing on making computers think like humans so as to reduce the manual work. They have achieved this to a considerable extent by leveraging the power of artificial intelligence. However, although computers offer a greater accuracy ...

  • Researchers Say Low Self Esteem Drives People to Undergo Cosmetic Surgery

    Published On : Mar 20,2019

    Cosmetic surgery refers to the enhancement of one’s physical features through surgical techniques. There has been a tremendous increase in the number of people opting for cosmetic surgery.  The emerging cosmetic surgical procedures include breast ...

  • High Requirement for Disease Protection A Boon for Tomato Grafting

    Published On : Mar 18,2019

    Tomato grafting has gained immense popularity in recent times owing to the multiple benefits it offers. There are several nurseries and companies selling grafted tomatoes and organic grafted tomato transplants. This method involves joining two plant ...

  • New Apple Watch with An ECG App is the Future of Wearable Heart Devices

    Published On : Mar 18,2019

    Researchers have been working for years to come up with wearable devices that can monitor heart problems. These efforts have come to fruition with the new study that suggests the Apple watch can detect heart irregularities. Jeff Williams, Apple’s ...

  • 5G Network: A Breakthrough in Autonomous Car Technology

    Published On : Mar 15,2019

    The evolution of networks has enabled researches to unlock the technology for autonomous cars. The automobile industry is progressing at a tremendous rate and self-driving cars are no new sheep in the market. The experts believe that development of ...

  • Dawn of a New Malaria Killer; Disease Prevention to Become Easier

    Published On : Mar 14,2019

    The resurgence of malaria poses a major threat to nearly half of the world’s population, sub-Saharan Africa being highly susceptible. As per the U.S. Centers for Disease Control malaria deaths dropped by 25% from 2010 to 2016. However, the ...

  • Mediterranean Diet: A Diet Plan to Enhance Athletic Performance

    Published On : Mar 13,2019

    Adapting a specific diet plan has  become popular these days with increasing need to lead a healthy lifestyle. If you are looking for a diet to enhance your athletic performance, look no further than Mediterranean diet. A new research, published in ...

  • The Discovery of a New Light-Activated Micropump

    Published On : Mar 12,2019

    Jiming Bao, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Houston said that laser can be used to move liquids in any direction. The new micropump based on this principle overcomes the limitations of the primitive ...

  • How Air Pollution Impacts Fetal Cardiovascular System?

    Published On : Mar 12,2019

    Whenever we talk about air pollution, we think of how it affects our health. However, it poses a greater threat to pregnant women and consequently, the fetus. A study by Rutgers’s researchers states, “Microscopic particles in air pollution ...

  • Apple Using Sneaky Tricks, Revealed in its New Update

    Published On : Feb 07,2019

    The recent release of iOS 12 unveiled that iPhone’s operating system will now support 5G E. it’s more like a creative and a clever hand of help with AT&T that is also helping Apple for 5G E branding. The latest iOS beta discloses about its new ...

  • China Urges U.S. to acknowledge its Strides in Technology

    Published On : Feb 04,2019

    In a recent development, China appealed to the United States to acknowledge its industrial development. This is following U.S. intelligence official’s accusation on Beijing for stealing copies of foreign technology.  In this matter, a ...

  • Shell acquires Greenlots to Expand EV Charging Infrastructure

    Published On : Jan 31,2019

    In a bid to show its preparedness for the electrification of roads in America, Royal Dutch Shell is acquiring Greenlots. Despite the acquisition, Greenlots will continue to maintain its leadership and brand, and will be the building block of Shell...

  • Apple witness Business Decline with Sales Drop by 15%

    Published On : Jan 30,2019

    Apple Inc. has announced its first fiscal quarter result of 2019 and which majorly exhibits decline or fall. However, the company has always celebrated and appreciated its first quarter result of every year and always stated robust growth that marks ...

  • U.S Files Case against Huawei for stealing T-Mobile Information

    Published On : Jan 29,2019

    In a press meet, The United States department of Justice filed criminal case against the Chinese multinational telecommunication giants, Huawei for the conspiracy to theft business secrets from T-Mobile (TMUS), and also alleges that the Huawei has ...

  • Porsche, BMW Supports Urgent.ly Raises $21M for Roadside Services

    Published On : Jan 28,2019

    The multinational car manufacturers, BMW, Jaguar, Porsche and Land Rover has recently invested in the startup company called Urgent.ly. It’s a roadside assistance company which connects car owners, who urgently requires assistance in order to lift ...

  • Huawei to launch Next Generation Phone By utilizing own Technology

    Published On : Jan 25,2019

    The Chinese multinational conglomerate, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. plans to introduce a next generation mobile phone by using their own technology instead of using U.S. components. The company is taking a step ahead to mark intense competition ...

  • Boeing Tests Flying Cars to Usher in Futuristic Transport

    Published On : Jan 24,2019

    Flying cars are projected to be the future of modern, urban transportation. Hence, most transportation companies these days are trying to hone technologies to shape it into a reality soon. Recently Boeing Co., for example, tried out a new prototype ...

  • Google Shells Out Hefty Amounts in Government Lobbying

    Published On : Jan 23,2019

    Google, whose parent company is Alphabet Inc., revealed the amount it spent on lobbying with the U.S. government in 2018. As per it, the amount was a staggering US$21.2 mn. It also revealed that the amount topped the earlier high of US$18.22 mn ...

  • WhatsApp Limits Text Forwards to Five to Check Spread of Rumors

    Published On : Jan 23,2019

    Spread of fake news has become the bane social media these days. This has forced governments across nations to implement strict rules to thwart those. This, in turn, has egged the social media giants to come up with stricter filters and new policies ...

  • Scientists Devise New Technology to Study Genetically Modified Plants

    Published On : Jan 22,2019

    A team of researchers from Salk have achieved a feat of sorts. They have managed to successfully map the epigenomes and genomes of genetically modified plants with the maximum resolution possible. This enabled them to understand what exactly goes on ...

  • Fit Body Reduces Risk of Heart Attack, says Study

    Published On : Jan 16,2019

    Poor cardiorespiratory wellness could expand your danger of a heart attack in future, regardless of whether you don’t have side effects of a lifestyle ailments today, a research has found. "We figured a solid connection between improved fitness ...

  • Natural Membrane to Now Make Hydrogen Fuel Out of Water

    Published On : Jan 14,2019

    A compound reaction pathway integral to plant science have been adjusted to shape the foundation of another procedure that changes over water turning into hydrogen fuel utilizing power from the sun. In a current report from the U.S. Division of ...

  • High Usage of Social media is Similar to Drug Addiction

    Published On : Jan 11,2019

    Poor decision-making is a quality generally connected with pathological gamblers and people addicted to drugs, however shouldn't something be said about individuals who too much utilize social media? New research from Michigan State University ...

  • Drinking and Smoking related to Different Areas of Brain, Reveals Study

    Published On : Jan 09,2019

    Recently, professors Jianfeng Feng and Edmund Rolls from the University of Warwick’s Department of Computer Science conducted a study. For the purpose of the study, they collaborated with China’s Fudan University’s Dr. Wei Cheng. Together, ...

  • Blackberry Making Efforts to Ensure Better Safety of IoT Devices

    Published On : Jan 08,2019

    In this technology-driven world, one can actually vouch to ensure the security of anyone’s data. With the introduction IoT devices that are easily connected and can be operated from distant has given more advanced to the hackers. In the past few ...