10 social innovators get Infosys Foundation-established awards
This year, Infosys Foundation identified winners from different parts of the country across four award categories:Health care, Rural Development, Destitute Care and Sustainability. Ten social innovators were awarded a total prize money of Rs 1.50 crore for their innovations.
Apple's coronavirus shock shows it is still handcuffed to the iPhone
Apple's earnings warning is an unfortunate reminder that it remain 'the ...
Bengaluru Open: Sports tech startups ride the tennis wave
SportsKPI and Gamatics, both Bengaluru-based, got the opportunity to showcase their...
S&P 500, Nasdaq scale new highs on China stimulus hopes
The Nasdaq Composite was up 90.90 points, or 0.93%, at 9,823.65.
India market for wearable devices more than doubles in Q2
The growth was attributed to ear-worn wearables, which include wireless earphones that track health and fitness or enable smart assistants.
IIT Delhi files 20% more intellectual property rights in 2019
IIT Delhi has filed 150 IPs in 2019 - a 20% increase over 2018 figures. Also, compared to last year, we have seen a four-fold increase in revenue from our IP licensing activities. We have also initiated programs to foster increased student and faculty participation in deep technology start-ups that are backed by strong IP,” Ramgopal Rao, Director, IIT Delhi said.
Angry, happy or depressed? This wearable device changes colour & shape to highlight emotions
The band may people with disorders better control their feelings.
Quantum Leap: Intelligent robots & cyborg warriors will lead the charge in battle
Today’s robots are largely remote-controlled with little onboard intelligence. But the inflection point is near where artificial intelligence and deep learning will help future robots assess situations and make on-the-spot decisions to respond without any human intervention.
No more jet lag: Scientists develop wearable technology that will help stabilise your internal clock
With the new technology it is now possible to efficiently use light to optimise and maintain human health.
India to sell connected consumer devices worth Rs 3.25 lakh crore in 2020: Report
“Users in India are moving beyond smartphone connectivity and moving to other connected solutions which apart from making them ‘smart’ substantially increase the utility of such devices,” said Faisal Kawoosa, Founder & Chief Analyst techARC, while releasing the 1st edition of ‘India Connected Consumer Report’.
Alexa, did I upset you? Amazon wants its voice assistant to be emotionally intelligent
The digital assistant’s emotional intelligence extends to its listening ability, too.
True automation, a bigger streaming revolution: Tech that will take over our lives this year
5G is expected to take center stage as one of the most important topics at CES.
Google owner Alphabet in bid to buy Fitbit: Sources
There is no certainty that the negotiations between Google and Fitbit will lead to any deal, sources said, asking not to be identified because the matter is confidential. The exact price that Google has offered for Fitbit could not be learned.
India's share in software product market miniscule: Official
Currently the global software product market is valued at USD 438 billion and India's share in this is miniscule.
Amazon is working on a wearable device that will read your emotions - and advise you on how to interact with others
Beta testing program of the project, code-named Dylan, is underway.
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