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Microsoft plans to store data in DNA MIT Technology Review Microsoft is planning to start storing its data on strands of DNA within the next few years, the company's computer architects have revealed.Read More
Apple experimenting with wireless charging via Wi-Fi router Apple Products US tech giant Apple is experimenting with wireless charging technologies that could see users charge their iPhones with a Wi-Fi router.
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Google Maps to 'find' your parked car Google Maps Google Maps has introduced a new feature that will help you remember where you parked your car in case you forgot.Read More
Google India unveiled new machine-learning products for Indian languages Google India Aiming to bring a billion people online and make the web more useful for them, Google India on Tuesday unveiled new products on advancement in machine learning for Indian languages.Read More
Driverless cars trial set for UK in 2019 Driverless car A consortium of British companies on Monday unveiled a plan to test driverless cars on UK roads and motorways in 2019.Read More
New technology can make robots walk and run like humansA team of researchers from the US and Germany has now found a way to make robots walk and run just as we do, thereby opening the doors for them to be deployed in the armed forces and in other services in the future. "We have basically demonstrated the fundamental science of how humans walk," said one of the researchers Jonathan Hurst, professor Oregon State University (OSU) in the US. http://bit.ly/1Mkewr7 http://www.uitvconnect.com/newspaper/new-technology-can-make-robots-walk-and-run-humans
New technology to make cellphone batteries cheaperLithium-ion batteries, ubiquitous in devices ranging from cell phones to laptop computers and electric cars, may soon have a cheaper and sustainable alternative as researchers have shown that potassium can work with graphite in a potassium-ion battery. http://bit.ly/1L2ZPLn http://www.uitvconnect.com/newspaper/new-technology-make-cellphone-batteries-cheaper
New technology to derive electricity from photosynthesisResearchers have developed micro-photosynthetic cell technology that can harness electrical power from photosynthesis and respiration of blue-green algae.http://bit.ly/1La6QXJ
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