Engineers have come up with a clip on disk that tells you to sit up straight and breathe through your belly.
An American firm has come up with a wristband that jolts people in to giving up bad habits.
A new smartphone app can analyse your speech and use it to gain information about your mental health, scientists say.
If the weather conditions never allow you to leave your home without an umbrella and the thought of losing it bothers you each time you take it out then fret no more!
Researchers have used a smartphone app to analyse menstrual cycles of thousands of women and found a link between the menstrual and lunar cycles.
In pleasant news for the hearing impaired, researchers have developed a new app called Transcense which transcribes speech into written words that consequently show up on the smartphone screen.
An application equipped with Braille typing feature that promises to assist the visually-impaired in using all features of a smartphone was launched here Thursday on World Sight Day.
A free smartphone application launched this year by the Indian mission here that guides Indian Haj pilgrims to their accommodations has become a huge hit with even the Saudi government looking at ways to adopt the novel app.
In a bid to track moral judgements in everyday life, researchers used a smartphone app to track moral and immoral acts committed or witnessed by more than 1,200 people as they spent the day.
A new smartphone app can detect early signs of Parkinson's disease years before people experience tremors, a study has found.
Australian researchers are developing a smartphone app to stop the escalating rate of indigenous youth suicide.
Worried about a wrong message sent to your boss, parents or colleagues? Now you can delete it instantly before they read it.
Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a smartphone app that checks for jaundice in newborns and can deliver results to parents and pediatricians within minutes.
A `Hide and Seek` app is being developed for smartphones that will help young people to control their anxiety and depression by teaching them to stay calm.
Next time you go to a party in a bar, do not hesitate if someone offers you a drink. Just dip this little stick clandestinely in the glass and get to know if the drink is spiked or not.
Combining information on your sleep patterns with what is going on around you, this new device will wake you up at the perfect moment.
Tired of using mosquito repellents that appear ineffective nowadays? A new smartphone app can rescue you from that imminent bite.
A smartphone app used by two volunteers for one year to track their daily life has thrown interesting results about the composition of gut bacteria and its close relationship with health.
A new smartphone app being tested at St Louis Children`s Hospital in the US is turning out to be a life-saving experience for children with heart conditions.
What if your smartphone can test your stress level on the go? With this new app, this will become a reality soon.
Day in Pics: 22nd December
Showbiz World - December 22, 2014
Sunny Leone with Mastizaade