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.
Safe strategy: Put in funds to reap long-term gains but don’t forget to stash away enough cash to meet short and medium term needs. Lisa Pallavi Barbora
How do you catch the attention of important folks in a town flush with dollars? Flash some of your own. And with job done, put it all back in the pocket and walk on. Yashwant Raj reports.
A sharp surge in gold imports has widened the trade deficit but may have prompted a flurry of purchases. Gaurav Choudhury writes.
Many Indians will rush to buy gold today. First, because the prices of gold have fallen from Rs. 32,000 for 10 gm this time last year, to Rs. 27,400 per 10 gm currently. Second, because it is Akshaya Tritiya. But whatever the price, the real cost of gold is not factored in, reports Bharati Chaturvedi.
Professor Calculus: Lifestyle changes are the toughest to implement, so stay conservative till we get back on the 8% growth path, says Vivina Vishwanathan.
You can now "print" almost anything - a customised mobile phone cover, a replica of that antique lamp shade you broke and haven't yet found a replacement for and, even, a prosthetic ear, reports Gagandeep Singh Sapra.
When the entire country is witnessing a clampdown on investment schemes and chit fund companies, in Kerala one such firm is thriving---the state-owned Kerala State Financial Enterprises (KSFE) Limited. Ramesh Babu
Only three Indian dealmakers figure among 100 top tech investors on Forbes Midas List, far outdistanced by China with 17 top dealmakers in the Asian venture market.
As children look for differentiated fare, TV channels for kids are pulling out all stops to win them over, with initiatives including localised programming and sub-segmented targeting. Anita Sharan reports.
Though India represents an exciting market for retail giants the world over, red tape,bureaucracy and demand for bribes is tarnishing the country's image.
Measures: Industries are waking up to the reality of strain in resources; adopting sustainable business models, reports Neyaz Farooquee.
Indian audience appears to have added a new dimension to cinema watching. So much so, that the discerning audience that still loves Hindi movies laced with song and dance numbers is lapping up an extra pair of glasses and gleefully watching English movies in 3-D. Vivek Sinha
The annual cricketing extravaganza, the India domestic league, may be playing to packed stadiums, but it is unlikely to live up to its promise as a primetime television spectacle. Himani Chandna Gurtoo reports.
As long as you make proper disclosures and fill up the proposal form accurately, you should not worry. It's a fact that term insurance policies that are sold exclusively online have become much cheaper than their offline versions.