Researchers are developing new display sensors for smartphones that will read the user's spit to not only detect the body temperature, but also analyze the DNA.
A future in which it is difficult to tell man and machine apart could soon become reality, scientists say, after recent robotic breakthroughs in Japan.
Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a novel glass surface that can provide anti-glare, anti-reflective display for your smartphone, allowing you to use the device in bright light.
In what could make 3D imaging studies more efficient, saving time, money and resources across many areas of experimental biology, researchers have developed a software to digitally navigate three-dimensional images.
In a new discovery, researchers have found that lasers can safely replace years old quartz technology used in wristwatches or to transmit reliable signals to radios.
What if humidity in the air can be used to power your smartphones or iPads? With new findings that water droplets can generate small amounts of electricity, this appears possible in near future.
German scientists are developing a new sensor that attaches to a smartphone and measures particulate matter or fine dust levels in the air to draw up a pollution map.
Researchers have created a new approach to develop personalised gene therapies for patients with retinitis pigmentosa (RP), a leading cause of vision loss.
What if your old smartphone could hide in a forest, listen to poachers and illegal loggers and report incidents directly to the authorities?
Researchers have developed a radiation detecting device that can scan radiation levels in their living environment and is smaller than a golf ball, portable and inexpensive.
A new gadget helps in exercising the vagina and strengthening its muscles.
Malaria may alter the way people smell to make them more alluring to mosquitoes, according to a new finding that can help detect the deadly disease non-invasively through body odour.
Physicist Louis Del Monte has claimed that humans would be taken over by the new artificial intelligence (AI) technology in the next 30 years.
Scientists using the Hubble Space Telescope have discovered two new objects beyond Pluto for NASA's New Horizons spacecraft to visit.
Astronomers have discovered anEarth-sized 'diamond' about 900 light-years away in space, which is possibly the coldest, faintest white dwarf star ever detected.