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Scientists have developed a robotic arm that can taste for chemicals using bacteria
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Scientists have developed a robotic arm that can taste for chemicals using bacteria

Soft robotics uses lightweight, flexible and soft materials to create machines that match the versatility of living things.

Govt prohibits imports of unregistered, non-compliant second-hand electronics, IT goods
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Govt prohibits imports of unregistered, non-compliant second-hand electronics, IT goods

Without BIS labelling, the imported goods will be re-exported by the importer, otherwise the customs authorities will dispose of them as scrap

In a first, electricity sourced from coolness of space, the universe a reality
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In a first, electricity sourced from coolness of space, the universe a reality

The new method can overcome the biggest drawback of solar panels, which depend on sunlight hours.

Govt eyes Rs 26-lakh cr electronics manufacturing ecosystem, 1 cr jobs by 2025 under new policy
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Govt eyes Rs 26-lakh cr electronics manufacturing ecosystem, 1 cr jobs by 2025 under new policy

The Union Cabinet on Tuesday approved a new national electronics policy with an aim to create a Rs 26-lakh crore electronics manufacturing ecosystem and generate 1 crore jobs in the country by 2025

LG launches LG Objet, a new high-end brand to combine electronics with furniture
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LG launches LG Objet, a new high-end brand to combine electronics with furniture

LG Objet unveiled the first batch of products namely a refrigerator, air purifier, audio system and TV.

Government to raise import tariffs on several electronics to bolster falling rupee
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Government to raise import tariffs on several electronics to bolster falling rupee

The tariff hike attempts to raise import barriers to curtail the import of goods.

Turkey currency crisis: Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara to boycott US electronic goods in retaliation for Washington sanctions
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Turkey currency crisis: Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara to boycott US electronic goods in retaliation for Washington sanctions

President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday Turkey will boycott electronic products from the United States, retaliating in a dispute with Washington that has helped drive the lira to record lows.

Samsung cuts prices of electronic items including TVs, fridges, washing machines to pass on GST reduction
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Samsung cuts prices of electronic items including TVs, fridges, washing machines to pass on GST reduction

Last week, the GST Council brought down tax rates to 18 percent from 28 percent on 15 items, including vacuum cleaners, washing machine, 68 cm (27 inch) TV, fridge, laundry machines, paints, hand dryers, food grinders and varnishes

Amazon Prime Day 2018: More than 200 products to launch, including OnePlus 6 Red
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Amazon Prime Day 2018: More than 200 products to launch, including OnePlus 6 Red

The 36-hour Prime Day Sale sale will offer fast-track delivery exclusively to its Prime subscribers.

US govt won't impose tariffs on iPhones made in China says US President Donald Trump
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US govt won't impose tariffs on iPhones made in China says US President Donald Trump

A list of tariffs that were proposed in April, in the US, largely excluded consumer electronics.

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.

Budget 2018 has given a shot in the arm for Narendra Modi's Make in India program
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Budget 2018 has given a shot in the arm for Narendra Modi's Make in India program

The indirect tax proposals made during the 2018 Budget are largely focused on incentivising ‘Make in India’ by making imports comparatively disadvantageous

Researchers discover a new type of transistor 'memristor' that could open the door to a new generation of electronics
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Researchers discover a new type of transistor 'memristor' that could open the door to a new generation of electronics

memristors could hold the key to a new era in electronics, being both smaller and simpler in form than transistors.

Amazon Great Indian Sale is now live for Prime members, everyone else can start shopping from midnight tonight
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Amazon Great Indian Sale is now live for Prime members, everyone else can start shopping from midnight tonight

Amazon is offering a cashback of up to Rs 300 after they add Amazon Pay balance for new users joining the Prime membership during the sale.

An Indian academic fellow has designed thin organic films which can take data for more than 10 years
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An Indian academic fellow has designed thin organic films which can take data for more than 10 years

Owing to data explosion which comes with Internet of Things, this academic fellow develops ultrathin films which can store unprecedented amount of data

Samsung Electronics expected to lead the sales across the globe in the premium television segment in 2018
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Samsung Electronics expected to lead the sales across the globe in the premium television segment in 2018

Samsung is estimated to have sold 151,800 units of TVs (75-inches and larger) in the third quarter, followed by Japan-based Sony Corp

Budget 2018: Information technology, electronics industry seek tax rationalisation
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Budget 2018: Information technology, electronics industry seek tax rationalisation

Software industry, under the aegis of Nasscom, on Monday sought a resolution of the issues related to service tax refunds and GST during the pre-budget meeting with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley

Researchers develop breakthrough electronic devices that can dissolve in atmospheric water molecules
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Researchers develop breakthrough electronic devices that can dissolve in atmospheric water molecules

The lifespan of the devices can be controlled by varying the humidity level or by changing the polymer composition.

Scientists are developing a device which can convert heat generated from electronics into fuel energy
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Scientists are developing a device which can convert heat generated from electronics into fuel energy

In the world of electronics, Schottky diodes are used to guide electricity in a specific direction.