New software holds smartphone alerts when you are busy
New software holds smartphone alerts when you are busy

A US-based startup claims to have developed a new software for smartphone apps that can sense when a notification would just annoy you.

New software makes gene editing technology simpler

Researchers, including those of Indian-origin, have developed a software that can quickly identify most effective ways to target genes with a powerful gene editing tool.

Delhi govt working on software to link PUC centres to a server

 Seeking to make the Pollution Under Control (PUC) monitoring centres work on a real-time basis, the Delhi government is working on a software to link all the PUC centres to a central server to avoid "tampering of data" and "willful mis-reporting" while issuing certificates.

Indian Army rolls out new automation software for records
Indian Army rolls out new automation software for records

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Thursday launched a new automataion software, ARPAN 3.0 for the over 12 lakh soldiers of the Indian Army which would provide them easy access to their service records including pay and leave details and transfer and postings among others.

Thieves beware: UK police may predict crime

 In what could be a revolutionary step in policing, British police may be able to predict crime before it takes place using a software that can suggest when serious criminals will strike again.

10 things a digital nomad must know
10 things a digital nomad must know

It’s the little details that people often get stuck on when planning a major life change like going around the world, or becoming a digital nomad.  

Two-legged robot by Disney scientists acts like its 'cartoon'
Two-legged robot by Disney scientists acts like its 'cartoon'

Disney researchers have built a two- legged robot that mimics both the looks and movements of an animated character.

'SMART' software identifies poaching hotspots

British researchers have developed a new software to better identify where poachers operate in protected areas.

Device designed for paralytics to talk through

A British mechanical engineering student has designed a low-cost digital letter board that allows victims of paralysis to communicate without the need of an interpreter.

Flickr unveils apps update, search service for desktop and mobile

Yahoo owned Flickr has rolled out an updated version of its website, software applications for desktop and mobile, as well as its search service.

New software helps write better resumes for job-seekers

A new software for job-seekers can now assist them in how to craft their resumes or CVs to get past Application Tracking Software (ATS).

Now, software that will provide 'world-class' security to small businesses
Now, software that will provide 'world-class' security to small businesses

Now, a software will provide world-class protection to businesses with fewer than 25 employees, without the need for specialist IT skills, making it easier to focus valuable resources on running and developing the business while keeping operations, customer's and employee's data secure.

Modern 'internet-linked' home appliances could leave most-sensitive data 'vulnerable' to hackers

As modern home appliancesare increasingly linked to theinternet, the possibility of savvyhackers breaking into your virtual home and stealing your identity, bank and credit card information and any other personal information they can use, is on the rise too, experts warned.

Google confirms failure to update messaging software
Google confirms failure to update messaging software

Gmail users were seeing error messages and safety warnings recently after Google forgot to update a key part of the messaging software.

New software can help you detect possible asteroid threats
New software can help you detect possible asteroid threats

 A new software created by a NASA challenge, which has now been made public, can help amateur astronomers to detect possible asteroid threats in future.

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.