Apple’s Revolutionary Wearable That Picks Heart Signals May Be Pathbreaking

Apple had teamed up with Stanford Medicine to determine the role of wearables in finding out irregular heart pulses for signs of atrial fibrillation. This eight month study on 400,000 participants has yielded some new results. The results of the study were presented in a conference at the American College of Cardiology, New Orleans. This… Continue reading Apple’s Revolutionary Wearable That Picks Heart Signals May Be Pathbreaking

Security Glitch Exposes RBS Customers To Cyber-Attack Risk

The customers of Royal Bank of Scotland are at risk of cyber-attack as the bank has started offering a security software to them which is flawed. Early this year the bank began to offer a new service called Thor Foresight Enterprise for its business customers free of charge which is sold by Heimdal Security as… Continue reading Security Glitch Exposes RBS Customers To Cyber-Attack Risk

U.S. House Technology Board Heads Requests Holdup In 5G Spectrum Auction

Leaders of the U.S. House of Representatives committee in recent time asked the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) to postpone an auction for radio frequency spectrum for next-gen 5G wireless communications. Eddie Bernice Johnson—the HCSST’s (House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology) Democratic Chairwoman—along with Frank Lucas—Member of Republican Party—cited apprehensions that the spectrum under contemplation… Continue reading U.S. House Technology Board Heads Requests Holdup In 5G Spectrum Auction

Boeing’s 737 MAX Back In Limelight Following 2nd Deadly Crash

The recent edition of Boeing Co’s popular 737 family, a worldwide sector workhorse, once again has been forced to be into the limelight following a deadly crash in Ethiopia. It is said to be just a few months following a deadly crash that involved an alike new jet in Indonesia. A Boeing 737 MAX 8… Continue reading Boeing’s 737 MAX Back In Limelight Following 2nd Deadly Crash

Corning To Work On Flexible Glass For Foldable Screens

Corning, the glass maker that presently supplies many other smartphone manufacturers including Apple with Gorilla Glass for its handsets, is operating on a bendable edition of the glass that can hit the shelves within two years. In a statement to the media, John Bayne (Corning general manager) claimed that the challenge was making a glass… Continue reading Corning To Work On Flexible Glass For Foldable Screens

Chinese Companies Sued By Facebook For Selling Fake Accounts

Chinese companies have been sued by Facebook for selling fake Instagram and Facebook accounts, breach of contract, alleging trademark infringement, and related offenses. The news was announced recently by the company, calling it one more step in our ongoing efforts to protect people on Instagram and Facebook. As per the sources, for Facebook it is… Continue reading Chinese Companies Sued By Facebook For Selling Fake Accounts