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Serena Williams eats dog-food before Italian Open match, regrets after falling ill

Serena Williams eats dog-food before Italian Open match, regrets after falling ill

The American said she found it very tempting and had a 'spoonful', hours after which she rushed to the toilet.

Healthy lifestyle may trim heart risks in diabetics

In some cases, it also enables patients to reduce medication.

 

World's first biologically powered chip created

In a major breakthrough, researchers at Columbia Engineering have harnessed the molecular machinery of living systems to power an integrated circuit.

New computer chip can self-destruct in seconds

The new technology could allow for easier recycling of electronics, or help ensure that data on stolen electronics remains secure.

Light-based memory chip that permanently stores data

The new device uses the phase-change material -- the same as that used in rewritable CDs and DVDs -- to store data.

Novel sound device to enhance wireless technology

Novel sound device to enhance wireless technology

Engineers have now developed a chip on which both sound waves and light waves are generated and confined together so that the sound can efficiently control the light.

Goal-scorer Schmeichel follows father`s lead as Foxes preserve unbeaten run

It was a case of a chip off the old block in more ways than one as goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel headed in a late equaliser to give English Championship leaders Leicester a 1-1 draw at home to Yeovil on Tuesday.

Chip converts snapshots into perfect pictures

A cutting-edge chip can instantly convert your smartphone snapshots into more realistic, professional-looking ones, an American study says.

Faster, higher capacity memory chip developed

The device, named "memristor", has electronic properties that make it suitable for both for computing and for faster, denser memory, the researchers said and claimed that the chip can be made much more cheaply, using current semiconductor techniques.

New chip could allow cellphones to see through walls

Researchers at UT Dallas have designed an imager chip that could turn mobile phones into devices that can see through walls, wood, plastics, paper and other objects.

New chip could allow cellphones to see through walls

Researchers at UT Dallas have designed an imager chip that could turn mobile phones into devices that can see through walls, wood, plastics, paper and other objects.

Samsung`s legal woes threaten to crimp tablets

An intensifying legal battle between Samsung Electronics Co and Apple Inc is expected to crimp growth at one of the fastest growing businesses of the Korean company.

Samsung`s legal woes threaten to crimp tablets

An intensifying legal battle between Samsung Electronics Co and Apple Inc is expected to crimp growth at one of the fastest growing businesses of the Korean company.

Chip could open way to lighter laptops, smarter phones

The on-chip design means that the power supply can be managed not just for each processor chip, but for each individual core on the chip.

Chip could open way to lighter laptops, smarter phones

The on-chip design means that the power supply can be managed not just for each processor chip, but for each individual core on the chip.

Coming soon: `A health chip for instant diagnosis`

Soon, a "health
chip" will give you test results on the spot, say scientists.

Coming soon: `A health chip for instant diagnosis`

Soon, a "health
chip" will give you test results on the spot, say scientists.

Faster, greener `super` computer

Scientists have developed an ultra-fast computer chip, which is 20 times faster than regular PCs.

Faster, greener `super` computer

Scientists have developed an ultra-fast computer chip, which is 20 times faster than regular PCs.

Tiny smart chip to combat chronic pain

Now, a new smart chip of the size of a match head implanted in the spinal cord, blocks pain signals.