29 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Search engine major Google Inc has added a feature that lets user virtually climb a real mountain in Google Maps with its first ever vertical Street View feature.
23 Jun 2015
Washington: Search engine giant Google Inc will have to defend claims that its Street View mapping software violates patents held by Vederi LLC after the US Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up the company's appeal.
28 May 2015
New Delhi: Chinese gadget maker Lenovo has unveiled a dual-screen smartwatch and a laser projector smartphone at Tech World 2015. The dual screen smartwatch will be known as Magic View will sport a virtual interactive display and will also allows users to privately view messages without opening the main screen.
18 May 2015
Mumbai: Resfusing to share in the euphoria of ally BJP over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's China visit, Shiv Sena on Monday accused the neighbouring country of pursuing a policy of "hugging from the front and stabbing from behind".
18 Jan 2013
People who prefer to eat fruit and vegetables are likely to be more optimistic thanks to higher levels of plant compounds called carotenoids in their blood, says a new research.
17 Apr 2015
London: Facebook users may perceive that bad things are more likely to happen to others, while good things are more likely to happen to them than to anyone else, a new study has found.
06 Apr 2015
Mumbai: True to expectations allrounder James Faulkner endorsed the view expressed by his Australian compatriot and former captain Ricky Ponting on verbal duels on the cricket field.
15 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) would take a view on GN Bajpai panel report, that suggested investment into venture capital, in next 2-3 weeks, its chairman Hemant Contractor has said.
15 Apr 2015
San Francisco: Google dismissed European Union charges that it abused its dominant position as Europe's top search engine, downplaying its role as gatekeeper of the Internet.
13 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Taking a strong stand against the call by its ally Shiv Sena for the scrapping of Muslims' voting rights, the government on Monday said such suggestions were not acceptable to it and that these "should not be discussed even hypothetically".