Japanese scientists have developed a 'smelling screen' that allows you to see as well as smell the coffee or food displayed on it. It works by feeding odours from vaporising gel pellets into four air streams, one in each corner of the screen.
I confess I am confused. What exactly is Google supposed to do?
India’s largest exploration company, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), is in the process of selling stakes of some deep-water blocks to global energy giant Royal Dutch Shell. ONGC owns 56 deep-water blocks at present.
No matter how much investors would like to know, for many financial products they should not be asking how much returns they will get.
After witnessing continuous decline for the past four years, credit card issuance in India has shown a turnaround. Card issuance by banks and financial institution grew by 11% to 19.6 million in 2012-13 according to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) data.
It is not every day that US broadcasting giant ABC starts a service similar to a dime-size competitor it took to court earlier.
Studies indicate that around 50% users who access the internet on their mobile phones are lax about security. Over the last year, close to 72% corporate and individual users faced cyber attacks on their phones. Vivek Sinha
reports. Smartphones vs smarter virus?
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has moved to hold senior banking officials directly accountable for violations of supervision lapses under their nose that lead to money laundering and other wrongdoings.
Indian cricket is finding itself in a tight spot right now but its position as the Number 1 sport in India is not under any threat. While other sports are becoming popular with some advertisers, no brand manager can afford to look away from cricketers. Himani Chandna Gurtoo
reports. Hit wicket, but far from out
Aimed at widening its revenue base from indirect tax collections, the finance ministry has implemented an amnesty scheme for service tax defaulters to pay their dues without any penalty.
The government’s Rs. 20,000-crore project to provide high-speed broadband in 200,000 villages across India has finally taken off. Manoy Gairola reports.
Income Tax department has slapped a fresh Rs. 577-crore tax demand notice on Infosys for 2009-10 assessment year, adding to the tax woes of India's second largest IT firm.
Nobody knows which was the first app to be downloaded from Apple’s iPhone App Store on 11 July 2008, but the total number of downloads passed 50 billion on Wednesday, signifying the rapid growth of a business created by the explosive spread of smartphones over the past five years.
India remains opposed to the European Union’s emission norms for airlines even as European Commission said it may fine Air India and Jet Airways for not sharing emission data. A senior aviation ministry official said that the matter will be taken-up with the commission.
Diversified business conglomerate ITC today posted a 19.4% year-on-year rise in its net profit for three months from January till March 2013 to R1,927.98 crore, from Rs. 1,614.36 crore during the same period last year, driven by robust performance in cigarettes, FMCG and agriculture businesses.