A sensor that puts spider sense to good use has been invented by South Korean researchers. The sensor can recognise the faintest vibration, simple words and monitor heartbeats.
Scientists have devised a simple optical technique to recover spoken words from just a video recording of objects in the room.
A new `smart` watch tracks the wearer`s movements and `buzzes` them awake if they start to doze off.
A US-based company is offering a new hi-tech wristband that allows couples to stay connected all the time by simply tapping on the device.
Civil Aviation Ministry and the
Directorate General of Civil Aviation have designed a project
to evaluate the vibration level prevailing on the structure of
Qutub Minar, a World Heritage site, due to flight movements
Day in Pics: 26th April
Showbiz World - April 26, 2015
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