Monkeys can be trained to recognize themselves in mirrors
Monkeys can be trained to recognize themselves in mirrors

A new study has demonstrated that monkeys can learn to see themselves in the mirrors.

Use of surveillance software by abusive spouses reaches 'epidemic proportions'

Abusers using spyware apps to monitor the phones and computers of their partners secretly have reached "epidemic proportions," it has been revealed.

New NASA software to enhance flight efficiency

NASA researchers have begun flight tests of a computer software that shows promise in improving flight efficiency and reducing environmental impacts of aircraft, especially on communities around airports.

Symantec discovers 'most sophisticated' spying bug used by nations for cyber espionage
Symantec discovers 'most sophisticated' spying bug used by nations for cyber espionage

A leading computer security company has said that it has discovered one of the most sophisticated pieces of malicious software ever seen that has been used against a range of targets around the world for six years.

Researchers create first image-recognition software to improve web searches
Researchers create first image-recognition software to improve web searches

Researchers have developed an image-recognition software that uses photos to locate documents on the Internet with far greater accuracy than ever before.

Intelligent software that enhances web searches

 Researchers have created an artificial intelligence software that uses photos to zero in on documents from the internet with greater accuracy than ever before.

A new software that could help the deaf 'hear'

Now, even a deaf person can listen to sounds coming through via Wi-Fi signals, thanks to a new software being developed by London-based science writer Frank Swain.

Self-repairing software that fights back malware
Self-repairing software that fights back malware

New software has been recently developed that not only eradicates viruses and other malware but also automatically repair the damages caused by them.

This software reads your emotions via typing style
This software reads your emotions via typing style

Can our typing style reveal our emotions? If we believe researchers here, a new computer programme can recognise people's emotions based on how they type.

'3D printing 'technology of the future'

Three-dimensional printing, sensors, the cloud and personalisation are "the future in technology," according to Amar Hanspal, vice president of the San Rafael, California-based Autodesk manufacturing company.

JPMorgan hackers accessed servers but stole no money: Report
JPMorgan hackers accessed servers but stole no money: Report

Hackers accessed dozens of servers at JPMorgan Chase & Co in a cyberattack launched in June, though no money was taken, the New York Times reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the investigation into the case. 

A voice-recognition software for investigations

A Mexican student is developing a voice-recognition software to be used during criminal investigations and court cases.

Software that prevents cyber attacks

To prevent cyber attack software from capturing vulnerable servers, scientists have developed a free defence software that can inhibit the identification of systems by such programmes.

Virtual finger to navigate 3D images

In what could make 3D imaging studies more efficient, saving time, money and resources across many areas of experimental biology, researchers have developed a software to digitally navigate three-dimensional images.

Apple holds back iWatch release till November

Apple iWatch is not likely to enter the market until November, revealed a report.

Multi-language support in Google Now delayed: Reports

Google is still working on multi language support system on Google Now which was to be launched in the few days hence postponing the launch.

Centre fast-tracks introduction of e-governance software in offices

The tech-savvy Narendra Modi dispensation has put on fast-track the process of making government offices more efficient and transparent work places by introducing e-Office, a software that will minimise the use of paper.

Software that makes internet search relevant for you

Have your ever felt riled at the irrelevant and unwanted results a search engine throws in response to your query?

New software lets you see how your child will age

If you are imagining what your child will look like when he or she grows up, a computer could now answer that question in less than a minute.

New software helps you better map specific person in text

Researchers have reportedly developed new software, which establishes connections between the mentions of names in a text and potential persons or places.