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Amazon Alexa will possess this new skill which will monitor its surroundings for signs of a heart attack and call for help
The future of robots is finally here.
A Poison-Detecting Watch for Gas and Oil industry Workers, Hydrogen sulfide kills. Here's a watch that warns you if it's around.
Apart from Amazon, a number of different partners like Apple-owned Shazam, which is already integrated with Snapchat, would also help identify the sent content.
The feature goes live across all countries including the US, its home market. Users need to have the latest supported version of WhatsApp to see the new forwarded label on their phones.
Noah electric city car is built by students from TU Eindhoven University of Technology and is made out of biocomposite with flax and sugar being the main component.
According to officials it probably hit user accounts between May 29 and June 5.
According to app now the Airtel users get 90GB data which was previously 50GB data.
A German engineering student named Philip Frenzel has invented a new device that looks like a ‘mobile airbag’.
Facebook is working on “Your Time on Facebook” which could help users to manage their time spent on Facebook app
Know why Google engineers denied building security tools to win military contracts
World Economic Forum (WEF) features two Indian startups in the list of 'Technology Pioneers'
One plus 6 sells 1 million units globally in just 22 days
Instagram launches new app for longer videos
Tron is buying Bittorrent in $140 million.
Most Popular Programming Languages, Frameworks, Occupations, Platforms, Libraries and Databases in 2017
Stack Overflow has released its much-anticipated Developer Survey 2017. Stack Overflow is conducting this survey each year. This year’s survey is the biggest in Stack Overflow’s history with 64,000 developers taking part.