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Hearing tests may not detect common form of hearing loss

New York:Traditional clinical hearing tests often fail to detect patients with a common form of inner ear damage that might otherwise be detected by more

US Olympic champion Rollins banned for one year

Washington:American Olympic champion hurdler Brianna Rollins has accepted a one-year ban for failing to report correctly her whereabouts to anti-doping

World’s largest rodent gives birth at UK zoo

London: Lily – a member of the world’slargest rodent species – has given birth to a pup at a zoo in the UK. The six-year-old animal named

Winds halt NASA’s balloon launch attempt yet again

Wellington: High surface winds scuttled NASA’s sixth attempt at launching a stadium-sized super pressure balloon from Wanaka in New Zealand on Friday,

Google Home now supports multiple users

New York:Google Home, a voice-activated speaker powered by the Google Assistant for home automation now has the ability for up to six people to connect their

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Jaitley raises H-1B visa issue with US

Washington:The vexed issue of restrictions on American H-1B visas has been taken up with the US administration by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley during his

Apple, Nike to unveil limited edition Apple Watch 2

San Francisco:Apple and Nike are working to expand their smartwatch series partnership for the Apple Watch 2 with a new limited edition NikeLab offering.

Dress like celebrities but first know your body: Celebrity stylist

New Delhi:Bollywood celebrity stylist Tanya Ghavri, who has designed for the likes of Sonam Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Anushka Sharma, Katrina Kai?f and is

New device can harness waste heat to power computers

Washington:Scientists have developed a new device that can convert heat emitted by computers into an alternative energy source, an advance that could allow

Poor sleep may make it harder to see positive side

New York:Researchers have found that poor sleep may affect a specific region of the brain known to be involved in regulating negative emotional responses,

Both high and low birth weight linked to fatty liver disease

New York:Children born with lower or higher weight than normal may be at increased risk for developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) by the time

Shah Rukh finds it tough to describe himself

Mumbai:Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has confessed that he doesnt know what to say when someone asks him to describe himself in one word or in one minute. The actor

NASA orbiter spots strange secondary crater on Mars

Washington:NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has captured a region of Mars sprayed with mysterious secondary craters. “Secondary craters

Dress up right this summer

New Delhi:Summer is here and its time to put your best forward in trendiest outfits that are easy on skin keeping the warm weather in mind. From opting light

Yahoorenamed Altaba, CEO step down
Yahoo revenue jumps 22% ahead of Verizon deal closing

San Francisco:Ahead of the sale of its core internet business to US wireless communications service provider Verizon, Yahoo on Tuesday reported 22.1 percent

Skin mucus of Indian frog can help fight flu

Thiruvananthapuram:A component of the skin mucus secreted by a frog species found in India can be harnessed to kill influenza viruses, new research has found.

New wearable sensor can diagnose diseases from sweat

Boston:Stanford scientists have developed anew wristband-type wearable device that can analyse sweat to diagnose and monitor diseases like diabetes and cystic

Twitter adds two-factor authentication app support

New York:Twitter quietly released support for third-party two-factor authentication applications enabling the twitterati to now use these apps to protect their

‘Star Wars’ may get more sequels after its ninth episode

London:Film producer Kathleen Kennedy has said that there may be a possibility of continuing the story of the iconic “Star Wars” series even after

Rishi Kapoor asks Kapil, Sunil to be together again

Mumbai:Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor has asked comedians-actors Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover to work together again. Rishi on Monday night took to Twitter, where