Tech Companies and Products Shutdown in 2018

RIP: 15 Tech Companies & Products That Bit The Dust In 2018

The year 2018 may be remembered for its many launches, from well-funded augmented reality (AR) startups to future-gazing big data platforms. But for every new entrant to the technology industry, there was probably at least one company or product that went in the opposite direction. As we approach the end of another turbulent year…

That Shrinking feeling!!!

The idea of shrinking things down to a more convenient size seems so enticing. It’s a superpower for Ant-Man, kicks off the adventures in Honey I Shrunk the Kids, and, of course, the Simpsons had fun with the idea too. (Shrinkage has come up in so many other contexts, as…

Artificial Embryo

No egg. No sperm. Just cells plucked from another embryo. In a quantum leap, that redefines how life can be created, embryologists working at the University of Cambridge in the UK have grown realistic-looking mouse embryos using only stem cells.  Artificial Embryos Breakthrough Without using eggs or sperm cells, researchers…

Genetic Fortune Telling!!!

One day, babies will get DNA report cards at birth. These reports will offer predictions about their chances of suffering a heart attack or cancer or getting hooked on tobacco, and of being smarter than average. Genetic Fortune Telling Breakthrough Scientists can now use your genome to predict your chances…

The most impressive innovations at CES 2018!

Omron’s blood pressure smartwatch Not only has Japanese tech company, Omron displayed its artificial intelligence-based table-tennis robot, Forpheus, at CES, it also introduced an amazing innovation in healthcare. The realization of the Omron Heartguide blood pressure smartwatch would actually mean the end of the outdated blood pressure cuffs and traditional…
Robotics and Automation In Manufacturing

Robotics and Automation In Manufacturing

There still exists a widespread fear that automation and robots will put manufacturing jobs at risk. On contrary to the general fear, Data from Deloitte shows that by 2025 the manufacturing skills gap will widen, creating the need for 2.4 million skilled workers, with 2 million of those roles going…