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A dive into the role of coal in a world dominated by renewables.

 
 
Of the three iPhones announced recently, the iPhone XR is the most affordable.
Researchers at the University of Washington have been working on bringing connectivity to 3D-printed objects.

At 10 trillion frames per second, this new camera seemingly freezes time as you watch a dynamic phenomenon in super slow motion.

From exotic beach holidays to iconic museum tour to sporty and stylish couture, it is time for immersive experiences.

Amazon's Kindle app has been available for VR headsets for a year or so.

Job pressure, strained relationship or other issues can trigger anxiety disorders, which may lead to depression.

Forget file transfer; here are some cool Android apps to mirror the phone screen on your Windows PC for work and play.

Rapid growth is essential in a fast-and-fierce digital environment, but there could be effective hacks to achieve that instead of huge cash burning.

Designed with precision, here are some gadgets that won't just suffice your needs but also perfectly complement your opulent lifestyle.

 
 
Mi Air Purifier 2S, from the house of Xiaomi, can be considered a great buy for its smart functionality and competitive pricing.

A little alertness and some healthy changes in lifestyle can go a long way in dealing with cancer risks.

As tech giants integrate voice assistants with third-party hardware, one can enjoy these smart services without spending a fortune.

Indians are mighty footloose, and a new book underlines the scale of the phenomenon.

Google's Pixel 3 XL is a software marvel, and the hardware does not take a backseat either.

Researchers are developing machine learning algorithms that can predict a patient's chance of recovery from a coma.

From ethnic couture to sporty casual wear, stellar gadgets to heritage hotel stay, here is a bouquet of must-haves to light up the festive season.

Experts have been talking about IoT safety for years, but safeguards are lagging.

Companies need to build and grow their corporate culture in sync with the values they project.