Home Blog Page 3
Technology in the health industry is consistently finding new ways to tackle medical conditions that were previously unapproachable.  New discoveries are being made utilizing tech that seemed only available in science fiction while more are on the way.  Now, another medical condition is possibly one step closer to being resolved as NervGen as announced recently that new technology has...
Helios and Matheson Analytics, the company behind MoviePass, may soon be delisted from NASDAQ as shares plummeted below the $1 mark yesterday, ending at a mere $0.80 per share after dropping 60% in value. This comes after the company tried to save itself with a 1-to-125 reverse split and borrowing $5 million last Thursday to cover moviegoers' tickets. MoviePass launched...
Toyota has made the announcement that it will be increasing resources towards its investment in the hydrogen fuel cell sectors to build mass-market vehicles at lower design cost. It will be pushing the tech into trucks and buses so that they can build economies of scale. To this effect, it is going to be moving forward with its 'Project...
Doing amazing artworks with the cameras is only possible for the professional photographers back then in the age of the cameras which had films. Now, after most of the digitalizing of the tech products, it got really easy with different editing tools that we got. Also, back then in analog photography, this practice was also implied to be quite...
Are we now closer to a thinking laboratory grown brain than ever? Yes, hands down. What was previously thought to be  'mission-impossible' – growing a working human brain in the laboratory due to missing cells, now seems otherwise. In a new research, scientists have managed to develop key brain organoids that now contain super important cells that are found in...
While digital health is becoming very popular for companies to invest in, there is something that is being overlooked that could prove costly down the road.  The issue at hand is the relationship that exists between the doctor and their patient as advice given by the physician is being ignored.  Considering that many patients hate going to the doctor,...
The market for gaming smartphones is steadily developing as brands offer similar high-end specs that a customer would find in any other flagship offering along with the gaming advances. As such, Samsung is rumored to be working on a gaming smartphone dubbed the Galaxy X. other sources claim a bendable phone is to be expected but it could have...
Wearable devices seem to be the future of healthcare. The tech has been super useful since discovery. Now, adding to the portfolio of these gadgets, researchers from Stanford University have created a new wearable device that can reveal the amount of cortisol a person is producing. The hormone cortisol is a high target biomarker used in analyzing various important physiological...
China has been open about their push to excel in technology, which includes artificial intelligence, and apply it to various sectors of industry.  Over the weekend, it was reported that China’s military is developing unmanned, AI submarines with the expectation of being available during the 2020s.  Besides the obvious advantage China would have in strategic waters, such as in...
Source: UAV Expert news
Anil Nanduri, vice president and general manager at the Intel Drone Group, has been recently appointed to the NASA Advisory Council Aeronautics Committee. Intel is a global leader in drone technology, and NASA, of course, has huge expertise in unmanned flight both terrestrially and in space. "For the drone business at Intel, we focus our professional grade drones for applications in oil and gas,...

MOST POPULAR

HOT NEWS