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Samsung introduces new 50 MP ISOCELL GN1 image sensor for better low light pictures
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Samsung introduces new 50 MP ISOCELL GN1 image sensor for better low light pictures

With its 1/ 1.31-inch sensor size, the GN1 offers dual pixel autofocus to ensure you can take high quality pictures in any environment.

Microsoft is developing next version of BP-monitoring smart glasses Glabella
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Microsoft is developing next version of BP-monitoring smart glasses Glabella

Glabella continuously records the stream of reflected light intensities from blood flow as well as inertial measurements of the user's head.

Researchers developed a low-cost plastic sensor to monitor a wide range of health conditions
science

Researchers developed a low-cost plastic sensor to monitor a wide range of health conditions

The new device has a far simpler design than the existing ones, and opens up a wide range of new possibilities for health monitoring.

A new 'National Policy on Electronics' will be finalised in a couple of months, says electronics and IT secretary
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A new 'National Policy on Electronics' will be finalised in a couple of months, says electronics and IT secretary

The first National Policy on Electronics was rolled out in 2012 which offered incentives to companies setting up manufacturing units in the country.

Indian-American develops low-cost handheld device for cervical cancer screening
World

Indian-American develops low-cost handheld device for cervical cancer screening

Indian-American professor and her team have developed a new handheld, low-cost device that will soon check cervical cancer without using a painful speculum

Device makers, telecoms face competing government demands on privacy
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Device makers, telecoms face competing government demands on privacy

For tech companies, there was a confounding juxtaposition in the news this week.

Device for taking selfies: Researchers develop world's first selfie-taking wearable drone
Life

Device for taking selfies: Researchers develop world's first selfie-taking wearable drone

Brace up for cool flying selfies as researchers have developed what could be the world's first wearable drone that can fly high to take your photographs.

Celebrity photo scandal: Apple to add security alerts for iCloud users
Biztech

Celebrity photo scandal: Apple to add security alerts for iCloud users

Apple will alert users through email and push notifications when someone tries to change an account password, restore iCloud data to a new device, or when a device logs into an account for the first time, Chief Executive Tim Cook said.

Worldwide Device Shipments On Pace To Grow 7.6% In 2014
Biztech

Worldwide Device Shipments On Pace To Grow 7.6% In 2014

Android to surpass one billion users across all devices in 2014, finds Gartner.

Tablet Shipments Up 42.7% In 2013, PCs Decline 8.4%
Biztech

Tablet Shipments Up 42.7% In 2013, PCs Decline 8.4%

The market is being driven by a shift to lower-priced devices in nearly all device categories, finds Gartner.

Re-Thinking Mobile Security: Lock The App, Not The Device
Biztech

Re-Thinking Mobile Security: Lock The App, Not The Device

When traditional security methods are put on a device that has lower battery, lower CPU, smaller screen size, a lot of the security elements are no longer usable.

Dark Forces Team Releases ROM Tools For HTC, Windows Phone 7
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Dark Forces Team Releases ROM Tools For HTC, Windows Phone 7

The Dark Forces Team (DTH), a name that might seem to come out of a Star Wars trilogy, has recently released HSPL (Hard Secondary Program Loader)/RSPL tools to flash custom ROMs.