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Date: 17/08/18 VR optics could help old folks keep the world in focus

The complex optics involved with putting a screen an inch away from the eye in VR headsets could make for smartglasses that correct for vision problems

Date: 17/08/18 A Group of Engineers Say They’ve Created a Way to Detect Bombs and Guns Using Basic Wi-Fi

Tracking down dangerous, hidden materials typically requires either a substantial labor force, costly and specific tools, or both

Date: 16/08/18 Robotic system identifies EVs and charges them up

In order to make electric cars more appealing to consumers, automakers have been experimenting with robotic chargers that automatically plug themselves into specific cars such as Volkswagens or Teslas

Date: 16/08/18 Stretchable Electronics Approach Used to Create ‘Smart Bandage’

Engineers have developed an approach to build 3D, stretchable electronics with the potential to perform multiple functions within a small, thin, pliable platform

Date: 15/08/18 Samsung Officially Introduces Exynos Modem 5100 – Industry’s First 5G Modem With up to 2Gbps Download Speeds Capability

Samsung is greatly involved in 5G deployment and has pledged to inject a ton of money for the expansion of the next-generation connectivity standard

Date: 15/08/18 Electronic robot skin out-senses the real thing

We've already heard about flexible electronic "skins" that could give robots or prosthetic limbs a human-like sense of touch

Date: 14/08/18 Google DeepMind’s AI can detect over 50 sight-threatening eye conditions

Tech industry insiders regularly herald AI as the solution to all of our problems, included those posed by health care

Date: 13/08/18 Nokia 2.1 Android Go with 4000mAh battery, Snapdragon 425 launched in India

Nokia 2.1 Android Go smartphone has been launched in India by HMD Global and it is now the last offering in the company’s new Android Go 

Date: 11/08/18 Scientists create biodegradable, paper-based biobatteries

The batteries of the future may be made out of paper. Researchers at Binghamton University, State University at New York have created a biodegradable, paper-based battery that is more efficient than previously possible

Date: 10/08/18 World’s first graphene skinned plane unveiled

The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) unveiled the world’s first graphene skinned plane at Farmborough Airshow

Date: 10/08/18 Samsung unveils its latest smartwatch — the Galaxy Watch

Samsung is back with a new smartwatch and fresh branding. The company announced its Galaxy Watch at its annual Galaxy Note phone event today

Date: 10/08/18 Samsung launches Galaxy Note 9 with big screen and Fortnite

Samsung’s latest flagship Android smartphone is the productivity-focused Galaxy Note 9: a larger, longer-lasting version of its stylus-touting phablet

Date: 09/08/18 Zephyr drone breaks endurance record during maiden test flight

Airbus’ Zephyr high-altitude drone has logged a maiden flight of 26 days, the longest duration un-refuelled flight ever made

Date: 09/08/18 Google Patents Facial Recognition System Based on Users’ Social Media Data

Google has access to more user data than the company cares to acknowledge but according to a recent report from The Next Web, the amount of data just doesn’t seem enough

Date: 09/08/18 Xiaomi to soon launch 8GB RAM variant of its flagship smartphone Mi 8

Xiaomi recently launched its flagship smartphone of the year — Xiaomi Mi 8. The device packs up to 6GB RAM but now the company is all set to launch a new variant of the Mi 8 that comes with 8GB RAM








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17/08/18
Huawei’s P20 Pro named best smartphone for 2018 by European association

The Huawei P20 Pro was recently named best smartphone for 2018 by the European Image and Sound Association (EISA), the Chinese tech giant announced in

17/08/18
Internet Grows to 339.8 Million Domain Name Registrations in the Second Quarter of 2018

VeriSign, Inc., a global leader in domain names and internet security, has announced that the second quarter of 2018 closed

17/08/18
Scientists invent app which could boost your smartphone’s battery life

The researchers have developed an app which smartphone users can use to reduce the energy consumption of their devices without any significant impact

17/08/18
VR optics could help old folks keep the world in focus

The complex optics involved with putting a screen an inch away from the eye in VR headsets could make for smartglasses that correct for vision problem

17/08/18
The World Economic Forum warns that AI may destabilize the financial system

Artificial intelligence will reshape the world of finance over the next decade or so by automating investing and other services—but it could als

17/08/18
A Group of Engineers Say They’ve Created a Way to Detect Bombs and Guns Using Basic Wi-Fi

Tracking down dangerous, hidden materials typically requires either a substantial labor force, costly and specific tools, or both