Google Maps will use light bulbs to help you navigate inside a building

What is at your beck and call when you have to find a particular shop in an unknown city? Or say, finding the shortest route to your favorite mall?  Google Maps, of course. And with recent updates like real-time location sharing and remember car parking location, Google Maps has become a hard to replace option … Continue reading Google Maps will use light bulbs to help you navigate inside a building

NeuraMetrix Will Use Typing Patterns To Detect Parkinson, Dementia Like Neurological Diseases

From past few years, researchers have seen a significant rise in deaths due to neurological disorders. Alzheimer alone is the reason for more than 85,000 deaths in the US every year. A research published in 2007 revealed that more than 1 billion people were suffering neurological or brain disorders – nearly 1/6th population on Earth. …

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The Earth is running out of Helium and we can’t do anything about it

And the problem is way more severe than the problem of a world without petroleum. We have multiple alternatives for petroleum, ethanol-based fuel, for example. But for many practical applications, helium is non-renewable with no alternatives, whatsoever. At present, helium is available in the market at a cheap price – I will explain the reason …

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Samsung S Health App is set to become your coach, trainer, and doctor at the same time

A new feature in Samsung’s S-Health app may make fitness freaks and athletes especially endurance sports persons around the world a fan of this App. It takes level of fitness Apps to another level where it acts as a personal coach who has a degree of physician under his belt. Result: one would avoid injuries …

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Samsung wants to patent every possible method to unlock a smartphone

Apple vs Samsung, whenever someone reads the words, the first thing that comes in mind is the epic patent battle that has been continuing since 2012. Not only the companies have been fighting in market and courtroom but their fans, too, have been on the internet. No-phone-headphone, exploding-phone-meme or this-has-been-in-Android-for-2-years kind of meme are common …

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This simple solution by Sumitomo will save lots of lives of a construction workers

After the cell tower maintenance, construction jobs are the next most hazardous jobs out there. In 2014, more than 100 construction workers died from onsite accidents. Also, this number is not accurate as most of the construction related injuries go unreported. Two of the top causes of these deaths are a) colliding with something or …

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A patent application filed to verify accuracy of copies of the Holy Quran

Talal Abbas Marafie just filed a patent application to verify accuracy of the Arabic document including copies of the Muslim holy book, Quran. The Arabic language with a lot of symbols is way different than English and other languages. Also, one writes it from right to left. Due to its different nature and use of …

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How Intel will make indoor navigation possible in offline mode?

GPS, which was meant for military applications during its time of inception, eventually has become indispensable part of day to day life. Google Maps even has capabilities to help you navigate inside a building. Thus, whether you have to navigate around a city or a mall, this beautiful technology always comes handy. Many a time, however, …

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