Tag Archives: New

New “Tip-Tap” device allows battery-free computer input with fingertips

Undoubtedly, in recent years, technology has taken a huge leap. Every day we can witness new proposals for innovation in the area. Some of them are more common such as updating operating systems that we already know, while some still manage to make us surprise. This is the case of the latest creation of the team of computer scientists at ... Read More »

Sebi taps finance ministry over new tag for foreign-owned MFs

Mumbai: The markets regulator has written to the finance ministry over its recent circular tagging foreign-controlled mutual funds as investment vehicles, two people familiar with the matter said. The regulator’s intervention comes amid fears that the new rules could force several equity asset managers to freeze investment activity and even sell their holdings. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) made its representation ... Read More »

Nissan names new finance chief, some managers to leave in latest shake-up

TOKYO- Nissan Motor Co on Friday appointed American Stephen Ma as its next chief financial officer and said Hitoshi Kawaguchi and other veteran executives were stepping down, a shake-up that one source said marked a “generational change” at the automaker. The announcement comes just weeks after the Japanese company named the head of its China business, Makoto Uchida, as its next chief executive. Following the ... Read More »

No language imposition: revised new education policy

New Delhi: The final New Education Policy is said to clearly specify that no language will be imposed on any state and the three-language formula will continue with “great flexibility” given, ET has learnt. The final policy, which will soon go to the Cabinet for approval, will also drop a draft provision for the Prime Minister to chair the proposed Rashtriya Shiksha Aayog or National ... Read More »

The New Fire HD 10 Is Amazon’s First Gadget with USB-C

To date, every Kindle Amazon has ever made featured a micro USB port. The same goes for all of Amazon’s Fire tablets. But all that is about to change with the new Fire HD 10 tablet, Amazon’s first homegrown gadget with USB-C. The new Fire HD 10 is an update to Amazon’s previous 10-inch tablet, and comes with a slightly faster eight-core ... Read More »

Google faces anti-trust probe over new Internet protocol that may give it an unfair competitive advantage

SAN FRANCISCO: Google is under an anti-trust probe over a new Internet Protocol that could give the tech giant an unfair competitive advantage, the media reported. The US House Judiciary Committee is investigating Google’s plans to implement DNS-over-HTTPS in Chrome, a new standard that aims to improve internet privacy and security by encryption, reports the Wall Street Journal. Google plans to begin testing the new protocol – that aims ... Read More »

Your weekly dose of bike updates: New Suzuki Gixxer 155, Ethanol-powered TVS Apache RTR 200 Fi E100 and more!

The last week was all about the arrival of new products as bikemakers such as Suzuki and TVS dropped their exciting new entrants. While the entry-level commuter segment saw a fresh offering from Bajaj, the premium ADV category witnessed Ducati introducing its big daddy on and off-roader. With no further ado, let’s check out the top five most important two-wheeler ... Read More »

Britain Honors Computer Scientist Alan Turing as The Face of Their New Bank Note

Alan Turing, a founding father of computer science and artificial intelligence, was revealed Monday as the face of Britain’s new 50-pound bank note. Turing was also famed as a World War II codebreaker whose work was widely credited with hastening the end of the war and saving thousands of lives. But at the time, his achievements were overshadowed following his ... Read More »

New form of computer memory is 1,000 times faster

A new type of computer memory could speed up certain kinds of data operation by 1,000 times while also being easier to code for than traditional memory. The amount of data generated each year is on an exponential incline. The developers of the new form of memory, Blueshift Memory, believe their new technology will better cope with the increasing demands. ... Read More »

Beyond Queen’s stomp-stomp-clap: Concerts and computer science converge in new research

The iconic “stomp-stomp-clap” of Queen’s “We Will Rock You” was born out of the challenge that rock stars and professors alike know all too well: How to get large numbers of people engaged in participating during a live performance like a concert — or a lecture — and channel that energy for a sustained time period. Sang Won Lee, an ... Read More »