Category Archives: Technology

Technology that aims to prevent the car text crash

The message plastered across the roadside banner read: “Text and drive”. The advert was taken out by Wathan Funeral Home, whose smart logo sat at the bottom of the billboard. Except no such home exists. The macabre stunt was set up by a group in Ontario trying to raise awareness of road deaths caused by being distracted. “We’re just trying Read More


New York City’s Tech Boom Continues

Editor’s Note: Tyler Perry is partner and general manager at Bateman Group, a PR and social media communications firm with offices in New York and San Francisco.  When WeWork scored a $355 million funding round with a stunning $5 billion valuation at the end of 2014, the shared workspace startup became the poster child for New York City’s exploding tech scene. For New Yorkers, however, Read More


Samsung Galaxy On Max With 4GB RAM, Front Flash Launched in India: Price, Specifications

HIGHLIGHTS Samsung Galaxy On Max price in India is Rs. 16,900 Smartphone currently listed as ‘coming soon’ It supports Samsung Pay Mini Samsung on Friday launched a new Flipkart exclusive smartphone, the Galaxy On Max. The smartphone’s highlights are the presence of 4GB RAM, a 5.7-inch full-HD display, front flash, large aperture cameras, and support for Samsung Pay Mini, all of Read More


Here’s the first real, production Tesla Model 3

The first production Tesla Model 3 is built and ready to roll, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Saturday. Musk shared pictures of the car, the company’s first mass-market electric vehicle, on Twitter. This particular Model 3 belongs to Musk, who teased photos of the car earlier Saturday afternoon: “Production unit 1 of Model 3 is now built and going through final Read More


BSNL and Airtel Free Data Offers, Moto E4 Price, Lenovo Vibe K5 Note Sale, and More: Your 360 Daily

HIGHLIGHTS BSNL new plans have an additional data benefit WhatsApp camera on iPhone gets a new Night Mode Lenovo Vibe K5 Note to go on sale via Flipkart at Rs. 9,499 Reliance Jio’s Jio Dhana Dhan and Jio Summer Surprise are ending and customers will have to start paying the full amount soon. It seems that state-owned BSNL wants to capitalise on this with Read More


Battery-Less Cellphone Prototype Harvests Energy Out of Thin Air

HIGHLIGHTS The prototype uses backscatter communication technology It can currently only make calls and send texts A more advanced version is in the works A team of researchers at the University of Washington has come up with a working prototype of a cellphone that doesn’t require a battery to make calls or send text messages – instead, it harvests energy Read More


LG G6+ With 128GB Storage, LG G6 32GB Launched

HIGHLIGHTS LG has launched LG G6+ with 128GB inbuilt storage Other model is LG G6 32GB with same specifications as LG G6 There is no official information on their availability Facing stiff competition from its rivals, LG on Monday added two new variants of its flagship smartphone – LG G6 – to its line-up to lure more customers. One bears 128GB inbuilt Read More


SpaceX Plans Expansion of Rocket Refurbishing Facilities in Florida

HIGHLIGHTS SpaceX proposes building a 6,245-square metre hangar in Florida The space will be used to refurbish and store SpaceX’s reusable rockets The company is preparing for its 10th flight of the year on Sunday SpaceX wants to expand facilities in Florida to refurbish and store its reusable rocket boosters as it increases the pace of launches, documents filed with Read More


Europe’s Galileo Satellite Navigation System to Get New Orbiters

HIGHLIGHTS The deal was signed at the International Paris Air Show Galileo navigation constellation will gain an additional 8 satellites Eighteen Galileo satellites have been placed in Earth’s orbit to date The European Space Agency signed a contract with a German-British consortium Thursday to build eight more satellites for its Galileo satnav system, an alternative to America’s GPS, the agency Read More


NASA to Support ESA’s Gravitational Wave Space Mission

HIGHLIGHTS ESA has selected LISA to study gravitational waves in space LISA is expected to launch in 2034 NASA has worked for decades to develop many technologies needed for LISA The European Space Agency (ESA) has selected the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) to study gravitational waves in space – a mission in which NASA will partner with ESA in Read More