The New York Times has revealed in a recent report that tech giant Apple is considering alternate power sources to charge the battery of its much-rumored iWatch smartwatch. The report hints that even though the iWatch is, as of now, just a very big rumor, Apple is still giving due consideration to potential battery issues.
US wireless carrier Sprint has revealed in a recent announcement that it is expanding its push-to-talk functionality to some more Android devices. The expansion of the push-to-talk feature will come via the Sprint Direct Connect Now Android app, which requires a push-to-talk handset and a plan that includes Direct Connect.
Bigwig device maker Samsung Electronics is sending out invitations for its forthcoming 'Samsung unPacked 5' event, which is scheduled to be held at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona on February 24.
At the event, Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S5 handset - the latest version of the company's flagship Galaxy S smartphone.
In coincidence with its 10th birthday on February 4, social network Facebook launched a new app - dubbed 'Paper' - on Monday. The new 'Paper' app essentially marks Facebook's attempts to reinvent the manner in which people engage with the popular social networking site.
In a Monday statement, officials from the Department of Transport (DOT) said that US regulators are working on a new regulation aimed at facilitating vehicle-to-vehicle communication. The new rule will make it mandatory for automakers to ensure that all their new vehicles have the ability to "talk" to one another with the help of wireless technology.
In an evident attempt to expand the currently-limited functionality of its small media-streaming device Chromecast, Google has recently made the Chromecast software development kit (SDK) available to the general public.
With the tech industry having pushed for greater transparency on user-data requests made by government agencies, bigwig Internet firms - Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Yahoo - have published, for the first time, details about the number of previously secret user-data requests which they receive from the government.
Many lives could be spared in Britain every year if young men are given the same immunization that ensures young ladies from advancing cervical growth.
Campaigners say the hit - which 12 and 13-year-old young ladies get to immunise them against Human Papilloma Virus - might be "immensely advantageous" to young men also.
The FDA has endorsed another modality, a video capsule endoscopy apparatus, to recognize colon polyps in patients with inadequate optical colonoscopy in whom a complete assessment of the colon is not in fact conceivable.
Chinese health authorities say H7N9 avian influenza took two more lives, making the number of human passings from the malady to 25 so far.
The number of people contaminated by H7N9 additionally has climbed to 113 so far, authorities said. Zhejiang and Guangdong are two of the most exceedingly bad influenced territories.
After Amanda Baxley's specialist informed her, over a speakerphone in her therapist's office, that she had the gene for Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker sickness, or GSS, which would unavoidably expedite her moderate and painful death, her first reaction was to scream as she thought that will never have kids.
An important anti-tobacco campaign will be started in the United States one week from now pointed at the most vulnerable group which is the young people, who face the greatest danger of getting dependent on cigarettes.
As per a statement by the FDA the $115 million fight by the Food and Drug Administration will focus on the 10 million individuals matured
Reuters reported that a self-test kit for homes can now search for hidden blood in the stool sample of a person which can detect most kinds of colon cancers.
The Arctic is heading a race with few victors, warming twice as quick as whatever remains of the Earth. Misfortune of snow and ice, which reflect the sun's vigor, is normally rebuked for the Arctic temperature spike.
Anyhow, another study recommends the Arctic's top of frosty, layered air assumes a more vital part in boosting polar warming than doe
Documentary-creator David Attenborough has been voted Britain's most reliable figure in an open survey.
About 4,000 Britons were asked to vote on a rundown of 84 well-known individuals, passing judgment on them on characteristics, for example, likeability, trust and valor, to form the new twelve-month Freuds Heroes Index survey.
Liposuction, face and neck lifts and breast inserts are getting to be progressively mainstream, figures from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons show.
The new information indicates a 17% ascent general in the amount of corrective operations in the UK in 2013 - now arriving at 50,122.
Heston Blumenthal has closed his London restaurant after it was struck by a flare-up of a regurgitating infection.
The "culinary chemist" apologised to clients at the restrictive two-Michelin-featured Dinner at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel, which is required to remain shut for a week after 24 burger joints and 21 parts of staff were reported sick.
The nourishment business entryway has been given remarkable access to the heart of government.
Quick nourishment organizations, stores, restaurant networks and chocolate and fizzy beverages firms have had many gatherings with ministers.
A radical movement in the society of the NHS is required to free it of old fashioned working practices, cure it of prevailing tormenting and heal the harming break between administrators and clinicians, the head of its authority controller has cautioned.
A medication watchdog has cautioned that contraception pills could conceivably cause life-undermining blood lumps.
A million ladies who take a percentage of the most prominent preventative pills are continuously cautioned that they convey an expanded danger of deadly blood masses.
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