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Particle Physics: 'Mind-Bending' Negative Mass Device Reveals New Way to Create Lasers

Physicists have designed the first device to create particles with charged negative mass. The breakthrough could lead to an entirely new way to …

Vegetable to sell on MRP soon? RSS-linked farmer union expresses its demands before Modi govt's Budget 2018

The IIP, CPI numbers had also been released by the Central Statistics Office on Friday. These are the final numbers that needed to be take into …

Neville Brody designs Coca-Cola's first ever own-brand typeface

Coca-Cola has revealed its new typeface designed by British graphic designer Neville Brody, marking the first time that the brand has had its own …

First-Ever Drone Swarm Attack Has Struck Russian Military Bases, Sources Claim

We knew this day was coming.<p>Ever since technological advancements made drones possible, people have warned of the potential dangers of weaponised …

I tried Peloton's new $4,000 treadmill — and now I get why the company has such a cult following

LAS VEGAS — With its new $4,000 treadmill, Peloton wants to work out your whole body.<p>The fitness startup on Tuesday unveiled the Peloton Tread, a high-end treadmill that, much like its popular exercise bike, has built-in live workouts.<p>The Tread is Peloton's first new product since the bike, and CEO …

MIT’s new ultrafine, ultrastrong fibers could make future body armor tougher

Right now, materials like Kevlar are the gold standard when it comes to tough textiles used in applications such as body armor. But materials …

This year, we'll see a black hole for the first time in history

First Look At A Black Hole<p>Within the next 12 months, astrophysicists believe they’ll be able to do something that’s never been done before, and it …

Scientists Figure Out How to Make Muscles from Scratch

For the past several years, Nenad Bursac has been trying to make muscles from scratch.<p>A biological engineer at Duke, Bursac came close in 2015, when …

Vivo phone shows off first in-screen fingerprint scanner

The tech was rumored to go in the iPhone and Samsung phones, so it's kind of a big deal.<p>Using the world's first phone with a fingerprint scanner built into the display was as awesome as I hoped it would be.<p>There's no home button breaking up your screen space, and no fumbling for a reader on the …

Phones

Polk Audio’s new sound bar is Alexa-enabled and compatible with 4K TVs

Dual HDMI 2.0b inputs and support for Dolby and DTS surround formats<p>Polk Audio has announced a voice-controlled sound bar with Alexa built-in. Polk envisions the Command Bar to be at the heart of the smart home theatre that provides “rich audio” for movies and music. Polk Audio’s parent company is …

Smart Homes

Asha Motwani Believes India Can Surpass Silicon Valley if it Identifies its Roots

One of Google's early Investors, she is betting big on the Indian start-up ecosystem<p>You're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media.<p>It's not every day that you come across an investor who can proudly say that Google took shape under her nose. But <b>Asha Jadeja</b> …

Hive's new home monitoring camera isn't bound to its base

Hive is a relatively well-known smart home brand in the UK. It all started with a connected thermostat released back in 2013, endorsed by nationwide utility provider British Gas. Not long after that seal of approval, British Gas acquired the company behind the thermostat, and now the Hive range …

Bots are about to get better at customer support than humans

In 2018, AI-enabled bots will provide a better customer experience than human-to-human chat exchange, following the explosion of messaging services …

Chatbots

Smart lock maker Otto suspends operations

Otto showed the world its digital lock in August. Four months later, the company has suspended operations. Hardware is hard. It’s a cliche for a reason.<p>The company made the decision just ahead of the holidays, a fact that founder and CEO Sam Jadallah recently made public with a lengthy Medium post …