Researchers from IIT Mumbai have created an indicator on the lines of vehicle indicator, especially designed for animals roaming around on city roads and highways.
Google is going all automated, just as they want our lives to be. In a recent robotics convention Google announced that they have appointed a new CEO – a robot named Meka.
In a bizarre incident which questions yet again the craze at which people are addicted to smartphones, a newly married couple had to get a divorce since the wife wanted to buy the new iPhone for which the husband had opposed.
He was shocked to find out that the model he had just purchased was now technologically and socially obsolete.
From now onwards, in response to any violation from the Pakistani side, India will throw boxes of smartphones with preloaded popular game Candy Crush Saga.
Tata Sky subscribers too are unhappy, as they had got accustomed to the error, and want the DTH service provider to get rid of the virus as soon as the possible.
Adding a bit of common sense to the smartphones, a new phone has been launched that has feature of disconnecting the call if ‘aur batao’ or ‘aur bataiye’ phrase gets used for more than three times.
Google is now working on creating a self-slapping mosquito, which will slap itself to death the moment it bites a human being.
“The Famometer is a foolproof device to determine how much a person has been defamed by another person,” said the professor leading the research at IIT Delhi.
An accidental discovery by a BPO cab driver in Bangalore has led to a breakthrough invention of a car that that can move using no fuel at all.