March 8, 2019

Huawei Technologies

On Thursday, Huawei Technologies filed a case against the U.S. government claiming that a regulation restricting its business in the United States was unconstitutional. Thereby, increasing its fight back against the government, persistent in its efforts to shut the firm out of global markets. The firm explains that they filed a complaint in Texas in a federal court objecting Section 889 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). In August,

Audio Bracelet

A new product called Audio Bracelet for Blind Interactions is designed specifically keeping kids in mind. It is a device, which is strapped to a kid’s wrist and it offers additional feedback for kids who are visually impaired. The bracelet is not bigger than a wristwatch and it helps to sense body motion & offer the wearer with geographical information about the location of the movement based on series of

Self-Driving Technology

On Wednesday, the former Google car division, Waymo who’s coming up with self-driving innovation revealed its plan to sell its self-driving technology to firms that are not its rivals. Alphabet, another firm will provide its lidar sensors that measure distance laser light pulses, to firms in agricultural technology, robotics, security & different industries. In a statement, Waymo revealed that their custom lidars have been important in creating Waymo the first

Microsoft Word

Mimecast’s researchers have revealed a bug in Microsoft Word which can be used to go around security systems. The glitch inaccurately manages integer overflows & can be used to dodge security systems & deceive parsers to offer remote code which may take full control over an endangered system. Microsoft has been informed about the issue which has accepted that it is not intentional. However, a security patch is not been

Sleep

A new research released recently in the journal Nature Communications show a new & unexpected role of sleep. Bar-llan University’s researchers have explained the way sleep & sleep disruptions impact performance of brain, aging & several brain disorders. With the help of three-dimensional time-lapse imaging methods in live zebrafish, researchers could define sleep in a single chromosome resolution & show. For the first time ever, it was shown that single

Virus

Researchers at the Harvard University and the Broad Institute of MIT have recently build a computational method that designs ‘molecular baits’ for every  virus strain infectious to human beings, including Zika viruses that are difficult to detect in clinical samples due to low abundance. As reported in the journal Nature Biotechnology, the new technology could help all genomic sequencing centers in the world monitor diseases more effectively and low cost,

SoftBank Group

SoftBank Group Corp shares skyrocketed over 17 percent on Thursday, adding $14 billion to the Japanese tech investment firm’s market value, after it announced a record share buyback and a strong quarterly earnings, Reuters reported. SoftBank’s CEO Masayoshi Son has frequently complained about the company’s lingering conglomerate discount and is using part of the windfall from its domestic teleco’s blockbuster IPO to make efforts and lower the valuation gap. According