Why watching movies in bed is a sure shot recipe for a bad back

 A new study has revealed that watching movies in bed on a laptop or tablet is bad for backs.

Yoga and meditation can help train people's brain to use gadgets better

People who practice yoga and meditation for longer periods can train their brain to use gadgets effectively in daily life.

Gadgets harm social skills in kids: Study

Does your child have poor social skills? Limit his or her use of the digital screen.

Asians most addicted to gadgets on holiday; Thais on top

Asian tourists dominate a new list ranking the countries that are most addicted to their smartphones and tablets on holiday, with Thai, Korean and Japanese respondents expressing the highest amounts of separation anxiety at the prospect of traveling unplugged.

Skilled Techie

Through a tie-up with a US-based software company, Karunya University is training its engineering graduates to be job-ready.

A byte too much

Technology addiction among students is common phenomenon today.

Now, device that lets you fix flat in 60 sec without taking tyre off

A newly developed gadget helps you repair a flat tyre in about a minute without having to remove the wheel from your bike.

Soon, body devices could be charged wirelessly

In a major breakthrough, researchers have invented a novel way to wirelessly transfer power deep inside the body to run tiny electronic medical gadgets such as pacemakers, nerve stimulators or new sensors and devices.

New tech may turn car chassis, home walls into batteries

A future in which our electrical gadgets are no longer limited by plugs and external power sources may be closer.

Learn how to deal with a `smart` home

Just shifted to a smart home full of automated gadgets - from light switches to appliances to heating systems - but do not know how to activate and programme them to listen to your command? Read on.

A leap in learning

A marriage of technology and education is vital for better transfer of knowledge. Gauri Rane analyses why

Gadgetry is infectious, frustrating: Amitabh Bachchan

Amitabh Bachchan, who keeps himself abreast with the latest gadgets and gizmos, said that using gadgets can be infectious but also frustrating sometimes.

Need hi-tech gadgets, more security guards at ATMs: Assocham

Stressing on the need to install hi-tech gadgets and deploy security guards at all ATMs, industry body Assocham on Friday said a better surveillance mechanism must be put in place inside booths to help prevent attacks.

No gadgets in bedroom: Daniel Craig

Actor Daniel Craig says he and his wife Rachel Weisz have banned taking gadgets in their bedroom.

How James Bond inspired CIA to replicate mind-boggling gadgets

The real-life CIA copied outlandish gadgets from James Bond films Goldfinger and From Russia With Love, according to a University of Warwick analysis.

Slow Internet `leading cause of family rows`

Slow Internet is the main cause of family rows, a new study has revealed.

`Paintable` plastic electronics could pave way for cheaper gadgets

University of Michigan (U-M) scientists have developed a new technique to create "paint-on" plastic electronics that can be used to make popular gadgets less expensive and better for the environment.

Gadgets blamed for rise in child speech problems

A large study has revealed that the number of children with speech difficulties has leapt 70 per cent in six years.

BSP leader’s diktat: Don`t give mobiles to girls

Stirring a controversy, Bahujan Samaj Party MP Rajpal Saini said that girls should not be given mobile phones.

Phone-hacking: Another British journalist arrested

The Scotland Yard arrested a journalist on "suspicion of handling stolen goods" following leads related to the phone-hacking inquiry.