IIT Researchers Claim Breakthrough in Memory Device Technology

Researchers at IIT Roorkee Tuesday claimed to have made a breakthrough in memory device technology which, they said, usher in a new technological revolution. A team of researchers from the Department of Physics and Centre for Nanotechnology has developed a high-density, energy-efficient and four-logic state memory device named Magnetoelectric Random Access Memory (MeRAM). The device could provide a massive boost to the overall computing processes and memory-intensive tasks like video and multimedia signal processing, pattern recognition, virtual reality, artificial intelligence and machine learning. “MeRAM has immense potential to be used…

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Redmi Note 5 Listed Online Ahead of Launch, Xiaomi India Head Teases New ‘i’ Device

Xiaomi has been widely expected to working on the successor of its popular Redmi Note 4, believed to be launched as Redmi Note 5. Now, a Chinese e-commerce retailer Oppomart has listed the Redmi Note 5 with specifications tipping an imminent launch. Xiaomi’s Manu Kumar Jain, VP and Managing Director Xiaomi India has tweeted out teasing the launch of a new product. Redmi Note 5 specifications According to the listed specifications, the alleged Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 will run on MIUI 9 based on Android 7.1 OS out-of-the-box. It will…

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Amazon’s private label business is booming thanks to device sales, expanded fashion lines

Amazon has been doubling down on its private label business in recent months, though many of its own brands aren’t easily identifiable to consumers as they don’t indicate they’re Amazon-made products. But these private labels have been gaining steam, according to a new report out this week from 1010data. Several Amazon brands have been seeing tremendous growth, it found, including AmazonBasics, kids’ clothing brand Scout + Ro, Amazon Elements, and other Amazon-made devices like Echo, Kindle, and Fire TV. The report comes from analytics and insights firm 1010data, which regularly tracks…

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Best VR Device 2016: EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

The 13th annual Pocket-lint Gadget Awards are just weeks away, with this year celebrating 14 categories from best phone and best camera to a couple of newbies in best VR device and best car. There is also a 15th category in the form of Product of the Year, which is given to the best overall product based on the winners of each of the main categories. To be nominated within our Awards, all products and devices must have been reviewed by us in full over the last 12 months and…

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Device to detect severe neonatal illnesses tested in African countries

The neonatal period of life — the first 28 days after birth — is considered the most vulnerable of a newborns’ life, making the ability to monitor for illness or adverse health conditions significantly important. Researchers from the Center for Biomedical Innovation and Design at Johns Hopkins University found that a small device that monitors conditions quickly and easily could be a huge value in developing nations, where access to medical facilities and care can be limited. The researchers took the device, which has not been named yet, to Kenya…

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179 to Rs. The device will be less than 5 kilos, will work without exercise

Gadget desk.  If you need to lose weight, and exercise to reduce tummy fat is laziness or diet do you feel so bad you could use the technique. Wasting money to go to the gym with a certain device is priced at Rs 500 could be good for you. Important thing is that they do not even need you to exercise.  What are these devices ….  1. Weight Loss Magnetic Slimming Toe Ring Priced at Rs 179 The company, says that the Japanese Therapy Weight Loss Magnetic Slimming Toe Ring…

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New Wearable Device Could Predict, Prevent Asthma Attacks

            Asthma patients may soon do away with their inhalers as researchers at North Carolina State University in the US including one of Indian origin, Professor Veena Misra, have developed an integrated, wearable system that monitors a user’s environment, heart rate and other physical attributes with the goal of predicting and preventing asthma attacks. A paper describing the work was published in the IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics. “We have tested the system in the benchtop and on a limited number of human…

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