Organs-on-Chip, the Future of Drug Testing, is Design of the Year

July 1, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wyss Institute’s Organ on Chip has bagged the reward from London’s Design Museum for being the best among projects shown. The cell-stacked microchip has been added to the museum’s collection not just for its design, but also for its function that makes it one of the most anticipated technologies in medical field. Development of this […]

Micromax Canvas Selfie Lens Comes Bundled with a 0.4x Clip-on lens

July 1, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a couple of weeks since the introduction of the weak successor to Canvas Knight, Micromax is bringing on the next in line in the form of the Canvas Selfie Lens smartphone. The new arrival in the Selfie series is rather a less flamboyant one unlike its predecessor and will be competing to collar the […]

Facebook will Recognize You Even if Your Face is Hidden

June 30, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ok, so you think hiding your face beneath a mask would be of help to disguise yourself? That may serve you well to keep your identities off from any unfamiliar eyes, but not from Facebook. The AI team involved with the social networking platform is currently working on an algorithm that would pull you out […]

Micromax Canvas Knight 2 Looks like a Mini Version of its Elder Sibling

June 30, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a year since the launch of its Canvas Knight smartphone, Micromax has come up with the successor to its true flagship device, the Canvas Knight 2. Announced for a pricing of INR 16,299 in India, the device will nevertheless be stacked only to fight premium devices in the mid-range segment. The Canvas series has […]

Dense Clutters No More Stumbling Blocks for Tiny Bots, Thanks to the Roach

June 29, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s often hard for miniature bots to maneuver through dense areas like grass blades and shrubs. Technology used in these bots makes use of sensors and cameras to detect an alternate path. But those don’t appear ideal when running into dense clutters, which offer minimal gap in between these. Often do human minds look up […]

Moto G Leaks; Third-gen Smartphone is Nothing More than Sibling to its Predecessor

June 29, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

What if you want to induce some novel stuff to your smartphone so as to bring out a next-gen version? Shedding the previous concepts and entirely rebuilding a newbie is one option. But what if you don’t want to take it out of the family? Keep the design parameters adhered to, but with minor touchups […]

Personal Assistance for All; Amazon Dumps Invitation-Only Sales for Echo

June 27, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It sounded like a good deal when Amazon announced its voice-controlled personal assistant device called Echo seven months ago. But it never was easy for those who wished to grab a piece. Amazon launched Echo only for the prime users, and required an invitation for the purchase. This procedure stood as a barrier for Amazon […]

Ello Ad-Free Social Networking is Now Available as iOS App

June 27, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After staying under the hood of an invitation-based service for nearly a year, Ello is now stepping out to embrace a broader spectrum of people. The developers of the service have now announced that the ad-free social networking site will no longer remain a by-invitation-only feature. As a part of the new initiative, an iOS […]

Devialet Phantom to Touch Down in the US this Summer with a Broader Appeal

June 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With the $20-million crowd-sourcing now post its wind-up, French manufacturers Devialet is shaping it up to bring their Phantom speakers to the US shores. The high-end speakers will also have a step-down as it touches the US market, to appeal to a broader segment in the market. Devialet Phantom will be running across the US […]

Apple May Bid Goodbye to iPhone Home Buttons by 2017

June 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s home buttons are not just like any button seen on Android devices. They form the identity of the entire iPhone series ranging from the prime version to the latest iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices. The dodgy round buttons stood out as the kingpin in Apple’s frontal face design, even the iPad had them. […]

Samsung Envisions See-through Trucks to Quell Overtake Crashes

June 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Getting behind trucks is the least you want to do when cruising down the freeways. That being the case, it only gets worse when you are speeding behind one on two-lane roads. Getting past these big giants is indeed tough, at the same time worrying. In countries like Argentina, where more than 80% of the […]

Lightning Tool from Twitter Wants to Get You Connected with Live Events

June 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s not that Twitter never loved projecting whatever was happening around, but they were limited in a sense. For instance, the world’s most viewed sporting event may hop on to your timeline only if you start following who’s bringing out those. Twitter is just about to bring out a new feature that focuses to feed […]

One Plus Two Smartphone to Sport Type-C USB Port

June 24, 2015, By Alex Badinici

For quite some time now, we had been expecting the new revolutionary Type-C connectors to find its space among flagship devices. Rumors even hinted at the inclusion of those in upcoming Galaxy S6 iterations. But those rumors died off this week with the new leaks that hinted at the presence of regular micro USB port […]

Skype Wed Edition Public Beta Goes Live for the UK and the US

June 24, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Skype users needn’t rely anymore on the dedicated app on their desktops to get in touch with their near and dear ones. New video calling services are now getting rolled out to the web in the form of public beta. Skype for Web closed beta got launched during the final days of 2014, and users […]

Remedy App Would Extend a Helping Hand to Doctors

June 23, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Advancement of medical field never implies that every single doctor advances in the same pace; that’s near impossible. We have our own human bounds and doctors are no exception. That’s why they demand a bit of expertise from others so as  to affirm the state and remedy of their patients’ health issues. This bit of […]

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