Printed Transistors Developed By Researchers for Use in Smart Packaging






Have you ever thought what if you could get a notification on your smartphone informing that the milk carton you bought is going to be out-of-date? Yes, this can soon be a reality. All thanks to the research team who have developed a printed transistor that consists of complete 2D nanomaterials. The researchers have utilized a standard printing methodology to merge graphene nanosheets, which would act as electrodes, with other 2 nanomaterials, boron nitride and tungsten diselenide as separator and

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Wavelet Technology to Calculate Result of Therapy for Newborns






Researchers at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have pertained wavelet study technique to recognize which oxygen-deprived babies gain from treatment to avoid damage of the brain. Wavelet study technique is well known and popular for its exercise in climate forecasting, and in calculating climate prototypes such as El Niño. Difficulties at the time of birth can cause in new born babies being famished of oxygen for extensive phase, leading to damage of the brain. It has been acknowledged for

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Artificial Intelligence Developer Program Announced By Intel in India






Technical Innovation today is powered by the senses of the AI. There is another subject rather than us (living being) who can respond, sense, and act like us till some extent. It has extent it capabilities in majority of the fields such as healthcare, education, commerce and many other sectors.  In this rising wave of AI revolution, Intel has taken a step ahead to educate the Indian developer through its new AI based program. The activity was declared at the

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Mumbai’s April Fools Prank Got Real: Ola Charged Rs 149 Crore for Nothing






We are very well aware of April month and the significance of 1st April. Right? Not only the first day, but the all 30 days of this April Fools Month are not taken serious at all. But not everybody experiences prank as The Prank. For some people pranks turns out to be a real one. And in this case it is Sushil Narsian—a resident of Mumbai. Sushil actually thought that an Ola ride, which he didn’t even take, costing Rs

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U.S. Based Linear Air Expands In Air Taxi Market






The evolving modes of transportation have introduced many new concept and products. This includes driver less cars, drones (though drone don’t commute humans for now but soon it is expected to be seen in the sky). Focusing on the practicality of the technologies, we only have planes and helicopters as reliable modes of transport. So the tycoons who have acquired new airplane service business are now expanding their services by jumping into air taxi services. One of the renowned air

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British Teenager Finds an Error in NASA’s Space Station Data






Miles Solomon, age 17 from England, discovered a fault in data of NASA while operating on a physics project in school. So what’s more fascinating? Well, the teenager saw that sensors utilized for radiation on the International Space Station (ISS) were not functioning normally. In fact, the sensors were grabbing “wrong information”. Once Solomon discovered the fault, he immediately mailed NASA. In return NASA said it “valued” the opinion and even requested him to assist in fixing the issue. Solomon

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Moto G5 Plus Goes For Pre Order in the U.K.






The Lenovo-powered company Motorola has made its Moto G5 Plus smartphone available for preorder. Earlier, the Moto G5 was made available in Blue Sapphire by the company. Well, its high-end sibling Moto G5 Plus has gone for pre order in the U.K. Let us have a look at the specs of the smartphone. The new Moto G5 Plus provides a 5.2-inch screen with IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen display. The screen also has a pixel ratio of 1080 x 1920. The

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Future Smartphones Probably To Be Of Glass






Soon in the near future we may have to give a biding adieu to the finger-print sensors and buttons on our smartphones. Thanks to the new technology by Synaptics, the same company responsible for Apple iPad’s scroll wheel. The company has declared, and is confident enough to say, the primary glass-based finger print sensor for tablets and smartphones. The new optical FS9100 fingerprint sensor from Synaptics has the ability to detect finger prints through 1mm of full glass cover. This

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