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    Smartphone or Tablet – Fold, Unfold to Your Choice

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    Reading Time: 2 minutes After bezel-less screens and in-display fingerprint sensors, smartphones are now moving towards a new phase of foldable displays. Samsung’s recently unveiled foldable Infinity Flex Display phone SAMSUNG F can be a real game changer for the company at a time when it witnessed a drop in its market share in the smartphone space. (In Q2 of 2018, Samsung’s market share […]

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    Mathematics can reduce crowd deaths

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    Reading Time: 3 minutes Stampedes and claustrophobia in crowded places leading to injuries and deaths has become quite the norm over the years. Be it a musical concert or a religious gathering, a sports event or a shopping fest, or even a local train, overly crowded places are quite popular for the disasters that come packaged with it. In a fervent bid to prevent […]

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    Blockchain is the Locker to your Medical Record Safety

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    Reading Time: 3 minutes When it comes to medical records, right from a baby to an adult, and even our pets, we end up reserving a big fat file with past prescriptions and diagnosis. For those who consistently visit a specific multispecialty hospital, there is an even more detailed history available within the hospital’s internal cloud. But what if a patient ends up visiting […]

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    Heuristic Attack on Ransomware to Protect Your Business

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    Reading Time: 3 minutes If you are running or heading a business, then these are questions you would have asked yourself often: Is my data protection fast enough to win the business race?Is the business driving with the control needed to win the data protection race?Can I dodge ransomware obstacles at the speed of business growth Ransomware in 2017 2017 has probably gained popularity […]

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    Hyperloop through vacuum at the speed of an airplane on Earth

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    Reading Time: 3 minutes Hyperloop is one of the most ambitious transportation systems of the future where a capsule carries passenger inside a vacuum tube along a magnetic levitated track. With air friction and surface friction negated in this transportation system, the hyperloop is likely to become the most efficient mode of transportation we can envision in the near future. How does a Hyperloop […]

Bits of Quantum Computing

Reading Time: 4 minutes In 1971, Intel introduced the first 4-bit microprocessor which composed of 2,300 transistors which solved the problem of computers being available commercially. The 1980s bought exponential advancement in microprocessors which made computers available for the public and led to the start of many powerful companies such as Apple, Microsoft, etc. Now, we have computers in the garb of smartphones and […]

CIMON: World’s first AI robot in Space

Reading Time: 4 minutes When a character from science fiction comes to life, it shows how human beings have come so far as a civilization. Prof. Simon Wright, a flying human brain, is a character from the 1940s pulp magazine Captain Future which formed the basis of the free flying AI… Featured image is for representative purpose only and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/dlr_de/28300532237 *** […]

A marriage of the human brain & computer

Reading Time: 3 minutes For over a thousand years, human brains have remained the same – same as that of a cave person. But the world around us has completely changed. In recent times, we have begun changing our brain with technology. I don’t mean it to metamorphose, but… Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/158301585@N08/43267970922 *** […]

Simple Sensors that bid you Safe Travel

Reading Time: 3 minutes With increasing dependence on cars in our day to day life, it becomes quite vital to ensure the safety of the driver and passengers. In a move towards this safety, automobile manufacturers have shifted their focus to secure their product (read vehicles) with multiple features that can… Featured image is for representative purpose only and has been sourced from https://www.pexels.com/photo/red-and-yellow-hatchback-axa-crash-tests-163016/ *** […]

5G: Charioteer for Connected Cars

Reading Time: 3 minutes The connected car has turned into a definitive IoT driver through vehicle-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-framework (V2X) correspondences. Connected cars interface with various vehicles gaining ground toward exchanging data, preparing drivers for potential crashes and bottlenecks. Connected car utilize gigantic proportions of data. It is said that in… Featured image is for representative purpose only and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/140988606@N08/45370042854  *** […]

Blockchain: A tunnel to WEB 3.0

Reading Time: 2 minutes The World Wide Web also called the WWW and the Web 1.0, was launched back in August 1991. It was a collection of static web-pages with a heap of data and information but had no user-interactive content. Technology evolution introduced Web 2.0 in in 1999 developed… Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/159526894@N02/27621705877 *** […]

Future of Mobile Phone Cases

Reading Time: 4 minutes Mobile phone covers are no more the fancy dressing they used to be. These are now ubiquitous objects that are subject to thorough R&D to improve their features such as safety and durability, especially if they can protect the phone during a fall. From safety… Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://pixabay.com/en/mobile-phone-case-accessories-2562341/ *** […]

Most Iconic Patent Judgments of 2018

Reading Time: 4 minutes 2018 witnessed some of the most impactful IP moments that changed the patent landscape of the United States of America. In this blog post, I discuss the most iconic IP judgments which will shape the future of our perspective of patent litigation. On February 8, 2018… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://pixabay.com/en/hammer-horizontal-court-justice-802301/)   *** […]

Launch Controls: Achieving the perfect throttle

Reading Time: 4 minutes The vrooming sound, the tense creases on the forehead and that one leap with absolute control with which a Forumla1 racer begins the race. The adrenalin starts skyrocketing with just the vrooming noise. But have ever wondered what kind of Launch Control mechanism makes the… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Audi_S1_EKS_RX_quatto_meets_Audi_quattro_R6_(1980)_(33349480804).jpg) *** […]

Housing Industry set to Turn Turtle

Reading Time: 4 minutes Imagine shifting to some place not just with your luggage, but your entire house. Well, actually, it would rather mean shifting your house in whole rather than just moving from one house to another. Doesn’t that sound quixotic? A UK-based company has developed a technology… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/kecko/35151034473) *** […]

Growing confidence in Template-free CRISPR-induced gene editing

Reading Time: 4 minutes Genes possess the natural mechanism to repair a broken DNA sequence. However, this repair was conventionally believed to be unpredictable, erroneous and random. Traditionally, gene editing techniques were aimed at replacing a segment of the genetic sequence with a template sequence to achieve the desired genetic modification… (Featured image is for representative purpose only and has been sourced from https://pixabay.com/en/sculpture-chakra-figure-art-metal-2655931/) *** […]

Semiconductor Process/Device Structure Inventions – to patent or to keep it a trade secret?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Semiconductor patents, especially those related to process or device structure technology, are not easy to enforce or monetize. Does this mean companies will be better of terming such inventions as trade secrets? Patents, by nature, are in the public domain, though they can be legally enforced… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been created by iRunway) *** […]

Exploring proxemics for Human-Drone Interaction

Reading Time: 4 minutes The development of drone-based technology and solutions has witnessed an increase over the past few years. The impact of drone technology can be seen in areas such as defense, disaster control, entertainment, product delivery, agriculture, photography, weather forecasting and many more. According to the World Intellectual Property Office… (Featured image is for representative purpose only and has been sourced from https://www.maxpixel.net/People-Drone-Nature-Willy-Mountains-Hand-Desktop-3415931) […]

Passenger Drones Edge Closer to Reality

Reading Time: 4 minutes In the last two decades, the number of passengers and commercial vehicles has risen dramatically. Between 2006 and 2015, the CAGR of vehicles on roads was recorded at 4.7%, while the number of roads hardly changes. This increase in vehicles has also witnessed an increase in… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://www.maxpixel.net/Drones-Quadrocopter-Nature-Drone-Camera-Rotors-2878025)   *** […]

Artificial Intelligence in Diagnosing Diseases

Reading Time: 7 minutes It was only a fortnight ago when artificial intelligence (AI) proved to diagnose skin cancer with more accuracy than a human doctor. This is just the tip of a massive iceberg, where AI is gearing up to become a strong tool in diagnosis, aiding better healthcare. From breath… (Featured image is for representational purpose and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/brother-uk/31501281374) *** […]