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Washington: Worried about a wrong message sent to your boss, parents or colleagues? Now you can delete it instantly before they read it.
New York: MIT scientists have developed an algorithm for taxi sharing that can potentially ease traffic congestion, reduce service costs and cut pollution.
The app was tested in New
Washington: A new study has observed that dogs act dumb and are more dependent on their human owner whereas wolves cooperate with each other to solve their problems.
Washington: In a major breakthrough, a team of researchers has developed a new sensor that can detect and count nano-particles, at sizes as small as ten nano-metres, one at a time.
Jodhpur: Two orthotists here claim to have developed artificial limbs for cows, though it's early days to say how successful they will be.
The prosthetics, which have been fitted
London: A Dutch designer has come up with unique remote-controlled robotic birds that look and fly exactly like the real creatures and act as a deterrent to flocks of nuisance birds.
New York: Are you frustrated by the limited battery life of your smartphone? No need to fret any longer as a US professor has created a free app called Estar that reveals how certain apps drain
London: A new 'unstealable' bicycle has been created which can be robbed only if a person breaks it.
According to online magazine HUH, the 3 Chilean engineers, Juan, Andres and
Washington: A new study has showed that bats emit "echolocation sounds" and they are equipped with a spatial map that represents different echo delays that helps them to adapt to external
New Delhi: A group of engineering students have successfully built and tested their first low cost 3-D printer.
The students of GD Goenka University have developed a 3-D printer '
Washington: Some 40 scientists and technicians from around the world will descend on Jordan in November to take part in a simulated on-site inspection of a suspected nuclear test site on the
Moscow: Four female lizards and one male who were sent to space to understand the effects of weightlessness on sexual intercourse have died, the Russian Space Agency said in a statement.
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New Delhi: Crude paintings found inside Gorham's cave in Gibraltar is a major contribution in making scientists believe that Neanderthals had great
Bangalore: India's technology hub, Bangalore will host 'India Nano' summit Dec 4-5 to showcase research and development and applications in nano-science and nano-technology, an official said
Washington: Snakes can be dangerous even after they are dead as they retain reflexes hours after death.
"A snake's post-mortem movements are fueled by the ions, or electrically
Washington: Researchers have developed a new cashmere fabric that automatically cleans itself using nothing but light.
Cashmere is a delicate material that usually gets cleaned in an
Melbourne: The 4000-year-old mystery about how the Stonehenge was built has been solved.
The mystery has been solved thanks to the garden hose, which was too short to reach the
London: Want to be happy and productive at work? Keep a plant next to your computer.
"Green" offices with plants make staff happier and more productive than "lean" designs stripped of
London: Moderating meat consumption and cutting down on food waste are keys to reducing the dangerous effects of climate change and ensure there is enough food for all, says a significant study
Washington: The surface of Earth was heavily reprocessed - or mixed, buried and melted - as a result of giant asteroid impacts more than four billion years ago, according to new research.
London: Scientists are creating artificial micro-humans that will eliminate the need for using animals in laboratory testing.
The artificial human machines, each the size of a
New York: Know what happens inside people's brains when they watch movies together in a theatre? Their brain activity gets synchronised as they watch intense scenes.
New York: Wine makers have reasons to cheer as researchers have discovered a system that prevents "stuck fermentation" - a chronic problem that spoils wine.
Working with a prion - an
New York: What if an app can reveal what the person you are in a conversation with is thinking? This Google Glass - a soon to be launched smart eye-wear - app not only does that for you but can
London: As the scientific community dwells over the possibility that Neanderthals had sex with humans, an Indian-origin researcher has found that the earliest Arctic inhabitants lived in
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Showbiz World - September 2, 2014
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