New technology to make smartphone batteries last longer
New technology to make smartphone batteries last longer

A new technology to control energy consumption inside transistors could pave the way for a smartphone that does not die after a few hours of heavy use, says a study.

Jennifer Aniston says fiance Justin Theroux `hijacks` her beauty products

Jennifer Aniston has revealed that her fiance Justin Theroux is so obsessed with grooming that he "hijacks" her beauty products.

Emma Stone opens up about "embarrassing" acne trouble

Actress Emma Stone hit rock bottom after suffering severe break-outs as a teenager. She was put on prescription medication to combat her spots.

Ads may create false memories

Ads can sometimes create false memories about products.

Hilton to launch skin care products

Hilton is set to launch a range of skin care products.

New ‘dissolvable tobacco’ products up mouth disease risk

A new study suggests that the new genre of ‘dissolvable tobacco’ products can cause mouth diseases.

New ‘dissolvable tobacco’ products up mouth disease risk

A new study suggests that the new genre of ‘dissolvable tobacco’ products can cause mouth diseases.

Yahoo! trimming products after cutting staff

Fresh from cutting its workforce, Yahoo! is looking at getting rid of products.

LiLo promoting products on Twitter in exchange for money

In a bid to make money, Lindsay Lohan repeatedly posted an advertisement for gift cards on her Twitter account all day on Wednesday.

Enforce law against sale of tobacco products: HC to Delhi police

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday
directed the city police to enforce the law which prohibits
selling of tobacco products within a radius of 100 yards of
any educational institution.

Air fresheners `can cause breast cancer`

Women who report greater use of cleansing products may be at higher risk of breast cancer than those who use them sparingly.

Air fresheners `can cause breast cancer`

Women who report greater use of cleansing products may be at higher risk of breast cancer than those who use them sparingly.

Exploiting whales, companies eye new products

Companies in Japan, Iceland and Norway are developing whale-based products ranging from drugs to cosmetics to animal feed.

Ranbaxy to sell Daiichi Sankyo’s innovator products in Mexico

Ranbaxy Laboratories Monday said it would market products from Daiichi Sankyo`s portfolio in Mexico through its Latin America-based subsidiary, Ranbaxy Mexico S A de C V.