The maverick growth of nanorobotics in the field of biotechnology and health science has taken us one step forward to hit the technological singularity. At this point, we are in the growth phase and the most suitable time to invest all resources over miniature bots that could empower our health system by means of its minimally invasive applications. Globally they are accepted as the mini sized army of doctors who enter inside of a body to treat variety of diseases by directly hitting the...
Do you keep a distance from the arthropods? Or do you keep them inside your old tiffin box to observe their behavior? Whether you like it or not, scientists from Kyoto University have found a solid theory out of those Centipedes, the arthropods that belong to a class Chilopoda of the subphylum Myriapoda. Following the unique locomotion style of Centipedes, they have developed a robotic creature that knowingly changes its disadvantages to a surprising advantage. The researchers instigated...
Zopo, the one year old globally registered Chinese consumer electronics company has certainly entered India with its sack of products including cheap, mid-range and high-priced mobiles tagged with some flamboyant phrases. As a definite proof, the company launched its Speed 8 version in India this Wednesday, claiming it to be the world’s fastest smartphone with the father of its own generation, deca-core chip. As the spotlight is focused on its processor, it must have something more than it...
Google loon project, the initiative to spread the “internet” has already enlighten this year’s dawn. Now, Facebook, the contemporary community has charged their latest Aquila drone up to roam and deliver subsidized internet to places where, blessing of technology is shadowed by the high altitude, superstition, ill-education, and illiteracy....
Are you familiar with Coursera? If you are a MOOC fan, I bet you do. And if you do I am sure you know about its co-founder Andrew Ng, the “Machine Learning” expert and the hero of many people. Just like you and me, NVIDIA claims to be the greatest fan of his and to pay a lifetime tribute they have shown their latest innovation to the master of many knowledge-loving hearts. With this introduction, attention - ladies and gentlemen, NVIDIA, the most renowned graphics processing unit builder for...
After completing his graduation from American University of Beirut and an MBA from Vanderbilt University in 2000, Charif El-Ansari started working with Dell, where he grew up the ranks to become their Marketing Director. In 2007, Charif left Dell to join Google as their Head of Business Development for Southeast Asia. While working in these big MNCs, he always dreamt of working with a dynamic company that has a smaller team. So, Charif quit Google to move to a startup he was investing in....
Waiting for the darkness to unfold the truth behind those red-masked eyes? Talking about ROG logo of course, recently the team reunited to bring ROG GX-700 in India and today the successful launch has set the trend of the day. Taiwan tech giant ASUS had set up Republic of Gamers in 2006 to build a larger community through ASUS stamped PC gaming products mated with...
Karbonn Mobiles very quietly have put up details about their brand new smartphone on their company website. The Karbonn Quattro L55 HD was spotted by prying eyes of the media late in the afternoon without any official announcement from the company. The new smartphone is part of the new Quattro range and comes with a free VR headset that is based on Google Cardboard platform. The Karbonn VR Glasses are made out of ABS plastic fibre. The Karbonn Quattro L55 HD goes head to head with the...
In 2011, while in his third year studying IT engineering from JECRC, Jaipur, Hitesh Malviya set up HCF Infosec Limited - an IT services company, which was the first of many startups that he successfully started and ran. In April 2015, Hitesh and his friend Suraj Sunder got this incredible idea of coming up with a mobile-based solution to strengthen security in lobbies inside buildings. And thus, 'Digital Gorkha' was born. In just about an...
Researchers at Harvard have created new ways to store energy from intermittent sources. Using a class of organic chemical compounds, they have devised a new setup to store electrical energy in large batteries. The team noticed that certain natural organic chemical compounds like ‘Quinones’ stores energy. These compounds perform several different functions, one of them being storing energy in plants and animals. The researchers implemented this property along with a food additive,...