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Google officially brings its ultra-cheap VR software to the iPhone

Google officially brings its ultra-cheap VR software to the iPhone

One of the claims which tech giant Google had made at its I/O 2015 developer conference has been fulfilled.

Apple appoints its first Chief Design Officer

Apple appoints its first Chief Design Officer

Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple Inc. has promoted Jony Ive to the post of Chief Design Officer (CDO).

Zynga beats analysts’ expectations in terms of Q1 bookings

Zynga beats analysts’ expectations in terms of Q1 bookings

San Francisco-based social gaming giant Zynga enjoyed higher-than-expected bookings of $167.4 million for the first quarter as 'Words With Friends' lured more gamers, the company announced.

SwiftKey unveils experimental keyboard called ‘Clarity’

SwiftKey unveils experimental keyboard called ‘Clarity’

SwiftKey has recently announced its newest release --- an experimental keyboard called 'Clarity.' The prototype version of the 'Clarity' keyboard is capable of auto-correcting multi-word phrases.

Quebec unveils stricter ‘texting and driving’ regulations

Quebec unveils stricter ‘texting and driving’ regulations

New regulations pertaining to texting and driving have recently been unveiled by the authorities in Quebec, Canada.

Google Earth Pro app becomes free for everyone

Google Earth Pro app becomes free for everyone

In a recent announcement, Internet search giant Google has revealed that it is making its Google Earth Pro app "available for free" for everyone.

Delaware to Adopt Digital Driver’s Licenses

Delaware to Adopt Digital Driver’s Licenses

According to a report from Wilmington's News Journal, Delaware State very soon will be the first in the US to adopt digital driver's licenses.

South Korea’s Furo-I Home grabs Limelight at CES

South Korea’s Furo-I Home grabs Limelight at CES

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has always been the place for cool concepts, ideas and gadgets.

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Experiment with Worms in ISS could Help Understand Astronauts‘ Skin-Thinning in

In order to shed some light on what makes the body build and lose muscle of astronauts' in space, researchers have decide to send thousands of microscopic worms on a mission to the International Space Station (ISS) in an experiment.

Timothy Etheridge from University of Exeter who studies muscle decline in space and potential ways of...

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