Apple’s plan to launch iPhone 5 with 4-inch screen goes against Steve Jobs’ vision

Wednesday, 23 November 2011 13:52
London: Apple is reportedly planning to launch iPhone 5 that would feature a four-inch screen, an idea that was turned down by the company’s late visionary-co founder Steve Jobs. According to Website iLounge, sources within Apple have revealed that Jobs’…

Read emails and text messages with contact lenses!

Tuesday, 22 November 2011 13:37
London: Scientists claim that contact lens could help read emails and text messages, when connected to the Internet. The futuristic technology has taken a step nearer with the development of a prototype lens that could potentially provide the wearer with…

List of 25 worst web passwords

Monday, 21 November 2011 18:33
London: The word “password” has topped the list of the 25 worst web passwords people commonly choose while logging in into sites, making them more vulnerable to hackers. According to the list generated by SplashData, an American password management data…

Coming soon: An artificial tree that can make high electricity bills history!

Monday, 21 November 2011 15:04
Washington: A London based company has combined three technologies of alternative energy, wind turbines, solar panels and solar collectors, to come up with an artificial tree generating enough electricity for a house. Solar Botanic, the creator of the power plant,…

International competition to create heaviest element

Monday, 21 November 2011 14:11
While much of the world spends its evenings watching dancers, singers, and trivia junkies battle it out in front of live studio audiences, teams of scientists from all corners of the earth are engaged in a much more heated competition.…

BlackBerry 'on a knife edge'

Monday, 21 November 2011 13:39
Few brands have been more troubled recently than BlackBerry – famed for reliability and security, the firm’s email service was knocked out for almost a week thanks to a problem at a data centre based in Slough; the launch of…

Tiny device from IIT-Kanpur can prevent derailment

Monday, 14 November 2011 16:11
Kanpur, Nov 14: After fabricating Jugnu, the country's tiniest satellite launched last month, Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur graduates have now come up with a matchbox-sized device to monitor wear and tear of railway tracks and prevent derailment. The new device…

Apple recalls first-gen iPod nano

Sunday, 13 November 2011 09:37
San Francisco, Nov 13: Apple has unveiled a worldwide replacement programme for the first-generation iPod nano music player due to overheating battery issues, telling owners to stop using the product and get it replaced for free, Xinhua reported. "Apple has…

Japanese computer breaks its own record

Friday, 04 November 2011 20:09
Quadrillion calculations per second A Japanese supercomputer has shattered it's very own history as the planet's fastest super computer through managing to perform 10 quadrillion computations in a second. The "K Computer", that has more than 88,000 CPU mashed it's…

I helped Jobs creating MAC: Bill Gates

Wednesday, 02 November 2011 18:42
Even though the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ biography gotten quite a very few tough issues to point out regarding Bill Gates, the latter reacted pretty nicely and took a few credit for Apple’s Mac in his newest interview. Namely,…