26 May 2020
LG Poland's controversial video shows V60 can take upskirt shots
In the race to promote their products, companies may end up making some blatant marketing errors.
25 May 2020
Apple iPad 2020: A bigger, better update?
A few days back, a report from Ming-Chi Kuo, a popular Apple analyst, suggested that the Cupertino giant is working on an improved 8th-generation iPad.
20 May 2020
General Motors will soon have a 'million-mile' battery
To double down on the electric vehicles' market, leading automaker General Motors (GM) is working to bring million-mile batteries.
17 May 2020
#BugAlert: Windows 10 update causes data loss, broken audio issues
A few days back, Microsoft released a cumulative update to fix security glitches on Windows 10.
16 May 2020
Brain implant gives 'sight' to visually-challenged people: Details here
In a major development, a team of scientists has given 'sight' to people who had completely lost their sense of vision.
14 May 2020
Finally, Google Chrome is getting tab grouping capabilities
Finally, Google has decided to add tab grouping capabilities into Chrome.
04 May 2020
COVID-19: Uber's new tech will ensure drivers wear protective masks
Uber has resumed operations in select Indian cities.
01 May 2020
Reddit pulls back 'chatrooms' within a day of launch
Yesterday, Reddit surprised the world by launching a 'chatroom' feature for some 16,000 subreddits.
29 Apr 2020
This wearable 'bubble shield' could protect you from contracting coronavirus
The outbreak of COVID-19 has triggered widespread panic around the globe.
27 Apr 2020
Xiaomi patents weird-looking smartphone with 'twisting display'
Continuing the endeavor to get rid of notches and hole-punches, Xiaomi has patented a smartphone design that shows something you may have never seen before - a twisting display.
27 Apr 2020
Critical security vulnerability detected in top antivirus apps
From Kaspersky to Quick Heal, all antivirus programs take out malicious programs well before they compromise the whole PC.
24 Apr 2020
Facebook is still planning to show ads in WhatsApp
Earlier this year, The Wall Street Journal had reported that Facebook was putting its WhatsApp advertising plans "on ice".
23 Apr 2020
This tool can transcribe your Zoom meeting in real-time
From students to remote workers, everyone knows the pain of trying to take down notes while attending a virtual meeting.
20 Apr 2020
#NewsBytesExplainer: Decoding the role of DRS in reviewing lbw decisions
The Decision Review System (DRS) provides assistance to match officials in decision-making.
18 Apr 2020
#CoronavirusInnovation: This smart band can stop your uncontrollable face-touching
Despite multiple warnings from health experts, many of us end up touching our faces.
16 Apr 2020
MIT scientists developed a device to 'hack' your dreams
Dreams, the mash-ups of stories/images seen while being in deep slumber, have no direct connection with the real world; they neither affect your life nor you have a way to control them.
15 Apr 2020
This Chrome extension lets you express yourself in virtual meetings
As coronavirus continues to wreak havoc around the world, more and more people are adjusting to the routine of video chats and virtual meetings.
12 Apr 2020
Now, insect-like soft robots can be printed within minutes
Building a functional robot has always been a hard nut to crack, but a team of engineers, hailing from the University of California San Diego, is racing to change that into something very trivial.
12 Apr 2020
Now, 800 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity is a real thing
In the wake of increasing demand for high-speed connectivity and data transmission, the Ethernet Technology Consortium (ETC) has announced the all-new 800 Gigabit Ethernet technology.
10 Apr 2020
Facebook launches new Quiet Mode: Here's what it does
As billions strive to adjust to their new home-bound routine due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Facebook is working to minimize distractions.
08 Apr 2020
Worried about coronavirus getting inside home? Now, there's a solution
In light of growing concerns regarding the community spread of COVID-19, Log 9 Materials, a Bengaluru-based nanotechnology start-up, has launched an object disinfection chamber called "CoronaOven".
06 Apr 2020
Man 'walks in' on himself in Zoom meeting. How exactly?
With video calls on the rise, it is not totally uncommon to see people walk in on virtual meetings.
05 Apr 2020
#WeeklyRecap: New coronavirus tracking app, affordable ventilator, security scares, more
This week, we saw some major innovations to fight the spread of COVID-19 in India.
01 Apr 2020
Indian start-up building low-cost ventilator to fight COVID-19 pandemic
The spread of COVID-19 in India has raised questions on the country's capacity to handle a major outbreak.
31 Mar 2020
Astrophysicist, inventing coronavirus device, gets magnet stuck up nose
Fiddling with electronics without proper knowledge or expertise can lead to some drastic incidents - and not in a good way.
30 Mar 2020
Coronavirus outbreak: IIT, AIIMS techies develop device to disinfect cities
In light of growing coronavirus cases in India, a team of IIT Kharagpur and AIIMS alumni has developed a device that can disinfect entire cities with ease.
21 Mar 2020
Bored of self-quarantine? Try these tech-backed ways for help
The spread of COVID-19 in India has forced the government to close down public spaces.
17 Mar 2020
Intel's neuromorphic chip can 'smell' 10 different odors
In a major development, a team of researchers from Intel and Cornell University has trained a neuromorphic chip to 'smell' 10 different odors.
17 Mar 2020
Samsung's cordless vacuum cleaner is the ultimate home-cleaning solution
In a bid to take home cleaning to a whole new level, Samsung Electronics has launched a 'Jet' cordless stick vacuum cleaner.
16 Mar 2020
Google testing more prominent 'Live View' AR directions for Maps
Over the last two years, Google has been developing and testing augmented reality-based 'Live View' directions to help walkers navigate easily using Maps.
14 Mar 2020
Bill Gates steps down from Microsoft's board: Here's why
Bill Gates, one of the richest men in the world, has decided to step down from the board of Microsoft - the company he co-founded more than four decades ago with Paul Allen.
11 Mar 2020
This hand-scanner can detect harmful disease-causing viruses
With the deadly outbreak of coronavirus around the globe, people have committed to cleaning hands regularly.
11 Mar 2020
#BugAlert: Intel processors carry an 'unfixable' security flaw
In a major shocker, a group of researchers has revealed that Intel processors carry a critical security flaw.
10 Mar 2020
Jack Dorsey to stay as Twitter's CEO, for now
Jack Dorsey will stay as the CEO of Twitter, at least for the near future.
07 Mar 2020
#Coronavirus: How to clean smartphone, which is dirtier than toilet-seat
Our smartphones, that we use from our morning commute to dinner tables to sleep, carry 10 times more bacteria than most toilet seats. Evidently, cell phones are far dirtier than we think, and the more germs they collect, the more infections we are likely to contract.
06 Mar 2020
Twitter to ban dehumanizing remarks based on age, disability, diseases
In a bid to curb cases of online hate, Twitter has taken the step to ban the dehumanization of users on the basis of their age, disability, or disease.
06 Mar 2020
Now, you can suggest new software features to OnePlus
In a bid to improve its phones, OnePlus has launched a campaign calling the public to suggest new features for OxygenOS.
06 Mar 2020
Reddit adds tool to help people with suicidal thoughts
In a major move, Reddit has launched a tool to help people with suicidal thoughts.
03 Mar 2020
This novel 'gaming bed' will let you rest and play
Every diehard gamer hates the time when they have to leave the couch for bed, to lie down and rest.
27 Feb 2020
This AI sensor can predict heart failure days in advance
In a major health tech-related development, scientists have created an AI-based sensor that can predict heart failure days in advance.