People are suddenly going back to their time-lines and posting the first-ever profile picture they ever posted on Facebook.
Senior management from companies like Fiat, Piaggio, TACo, Behr and others were speaking at a seminar organised by Boyden in Pune recently.
Long used by the military for surveillance, thermal imaging now finds other uses — at airports and hospitals and, like in the Charlie Hebdo case, to hunt down suspected killers.
With an aim to make it an all-inclusive growth for skilled craftsmen of India, Snapdeal, one of the leading e-commerce players in the country, has launched a pilot project with India Post.
Various launches of the week.
Small number of older adults use technology as tools to better manage Type 2 diabetes, shows a study.
Have you ever wondered, why, despite all that we know about surveillance and data mining, we continue to use all our social media?
A team of researchers has found that strong emotional arousal is what makes some users get obsessed with the micro-blogging site.
Called The New Born Fame, the stuffed toy looks like a mobile dangling over a baby’s crib but it lets the newborn post pictures and videos online.
A new app called Deadline can determine the date of your death by scanning information from your iphone’s Healthkit tool.
The fashion gala, which concluded Sunday, saw participation of 124 designers.
At some point or the other, some well-intentioned person must have warned you about putting your public information on social media.
What is true of these non-traditional learners is also increasingly true for the classroom.
According to a recent Italian study, the use of online networks may threaten subjective well-being in several ways.
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