Diabetics may in the future be able know their blood sugar levels without getting their fingers pricked as Google may soon enable diabetics to detect high and low blood sugar readings through tears.
The new project, co-founded by Google’s Brian Otis and Babak Parviz, aims at creating contact lenses for patients of diabetes that will check their glucose levels through tears from the eyes.
The smart contact lenses will contain a mini wireless chip plus a tiny glucose sensor positioned between two layers of soft contact lens material.
The official Gran Turismo documentary titled "Kaz: Pushing the Virtual Divide" will be debut on popular streaming platform Hulu on 22nd of January, Sony confirmed on Friday.
The documentary, which has been named after Gran Turismo franchise creator Kazunori Yamauchi, will disclose historical video recordings and never-before-told stories from connoisseurs of the automotive & gaming industries.
The short film will allow viewers to get a closer look at the life of Kaz, who started his career as a professional racer and later founded game studio Polyphony Digital.
Renowned computer chip-maker AMD is facing a class action suit by Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP who earlier this week filed the complaint accusing the company of breaching the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 over its "Llano" APU.
The complaint, filed in the United States District Court of the Northern District of California on Wednesday, describes the buyers of AMD common stock between October 27, 2011 and October 18, 2012, as plaintiffs.
Consumer electronics giant LG has yet to officially unveil its Optimus F3Q smartphone, but new leaks have revealed almost everything about the yet-to-be-announced phone.
According to a new image posted to Twitter by well-know leaker @evleaks, the Android-based LG Optimus F3Q smartphone will feature a 4-inch display with a screen resolution of 800 by 480 pixels, and a slider with a five-row physical keyboard.
In a bid to tackle the increasing influence of foreign mobile operating systems, China on Thursday announced a homegrown OS called China Operating System (COS).
The COS was developed by China's Institute of Software at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Shanghai Liantong in partnership with the government.
Announcing the new OS for customers across the country, China's Institute of Software at the Chinese Academy of Sciences said COS was poised to take on Android and iOS.
Tech giant Apple has worked out a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to refund children's in-app purchases on the company's popular iOS devices. The in-app purchases were made by children from Apple devices, without the permission of their parents.
According to the terms of Apple's settlement with the FTC, the company will refund an amount of $32.5 million to American parents whose children ran up huge bills from the in-app purchases they made using Apple devices.
In a recent statement, Russia's Internet giant Yandex NV has revealed that it has partnered with popular social network Facebook; and will, as a result of the partnership agreement, get access to public content of Facebook users.
With Yandex's share of Russia's Internet search market being nearly two times that of Google, the partnership with Facebook will make Yandex the second search engine - the first being Microsoft's Bing search engine - to gain access to the huge database of Facebook social network.
Consumer electronic manufacturer Sony may come with a Windows Phone-based handset sometime in the future, a senior executive from the Japanese company hinted at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last week.
Pierre Perron, head of Sony Mobile Europe, revealed that Sony was in talks with Microsoft in regards to bringing a Windows Phone-based Sony-branded handset to the market.
Lenovo's newly unveiled ThinkPad 8, which aims to bridge the worlds of handheld and desktop computers, has specifically designed for business use. It has some unique features that are expected to help attract attention of business uses for sure.
The ThinkPad 8 runs on Windows 8.1 OS, features an 8.3-inch display that offers a resolution of 1920 by 1200 pixels. The display is larger and the resolution is higher than other Windows-based tablets of its approximate size.
LinkedIn's recently filed lawsuit against unidentified hackers is a tactic to put pressure on Internet service providers (ISPs) to help the company in finding out the offenders, a data security experts said.
Al Saikali, co-chair of the data privacy & security practice at law firm Shook, Hardy & Bacon, said filing a lawsuit in such a situation allows the complainant to issue enforceable subpoenas to third parties. He added that in absence of a lawsuit, a relevant third party company usually either ignore a request for assistance or put in the trash.
Microsoft can launch its eagerly-anticipated game streaming service Twitch before June this year, Xbox Chief Product Officer Marc Whitten hinted.
Whitten on Thursday paid a visit to the ongoing Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas to meet with partners and take a look at what the competition was up to.
Announcing its entry into the increasingly competitive console market, Chinese manufacturer Huawei has just unveiled its own mini-console called the "Tron".
The Tron, which was unveiled at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, runs on JellyBean (version 4.2.3) of Google's Android operating system.
A new version of the Oculus Rift VR (virtual reality) headset significantly slashes the latency of the original VR device to ensure an even more enjoyable experience in the world of games.
The Oculus Rift HD prototype showed at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in Las Vegas delivered about 100 milliseconds of total latency, which is far lower than the SD prototype's latency of 500 milliseconds.
Augmented reality software and solutions provider Metaio on Wednesday used the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to announce its plan to integrate its patented 3D augmented reality tracking software with Intel RealSense Software Development Kit.
Metaio's augmented reality tracking technology is capable of recognizing real-world images, things and surroundings. It recognizes real-world images and things to connect relevant virtual information in real-time.
Following Finnish security researcher Mikko Hypponen's foot steps, many others have withdrawn from the RSA Conference that is scheduled to take place in San Francisco in February this year.
The researchers have withdrawn from the major security conference as part of their protest against the conference's sponsor, RSA, which allegedly accepted $10 million from the U. S. National Security Agency (NSA) to implement an intentional cryptographic flaw (backdoor) in one of its software encryption tools.
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