11 Feb 2014
New York: Apple Inc on Monday lost its latest bid to put a court-appointed antitrust monitor on hold, after a federal appeals court rejected its argument that the monitor's work was causing it irreparable harm.
18 Apr 2014
New Delhi: Korean electronics giant Samsung has announced a global arrangement with global retail major Amazon to launch Kindle for Samsung app, a custom-built eBook service.
06 Nov 2015
Kolkata: A mobile app will soon be put to use to help the West Bengal government monitor sanitation initiatives in schools across districts. "In Malda district all school inspectors and teachers will be equipped with the mobile app from next month.
04 Feb 2016
New Delhi: Focussing on information technology, railways is developing modules to monitor rail temperature and bridge water level online as part of the Track Management System (TMS) across the country.
04 Jan 2016
New York: Using gold nanoparticles, South Korean scientists have created an ultra-thin and stretchable wearable device that can provide continuous heart rate monitoring.
29 Jul 2016
Washington: Scientists have developed a new wearable sensor that can detect lactate levels in your sweat and help predict problematic conditions such as muscle fatigue, stress and dehydration when you exercise. Human sweat can give insight to what is happening inside your body, researchers said.
21 Mar 2016
Washington: Scientists have developed a system that allows them to use Google Glass to remotely monitor and control experiments on models of human organs.
20 Mar 2016
New Delhi: Berlin-based cardio and endovascular technology maker Biotronik has introduced in India its latest smartphone-sized home monitoring technology for patients with implanted cardiac devices such as pacemakers, implantable defibrillators (ICDs) and heart failure devices.
14 Dec 2015
Beirut: At least 45 civilians have been killed in heavy bombardment of a besieged Syrian rebel stronghold east of Damascus that also struck a school, a monitoring group said.
17 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Expressing doubts over the second phase of the fortnight-long odd-even scheme, a scientist has moved the National Green Tribunal seeking independent monitoring of air pollution levels.