• Mon, Jul 22, 2019
  • Three high-performance camera sensors inside the vehicle will not only increase driving safety by significantly reducing blind spots, and but also improve fuel efficiency.
    Hyundai Mobis builds camera system to replace vehicle side mirrors
    South Korea's largest auto parts maker Hyundai Mobis on Sunday said it has developed a camera monitoring system that will replace side-view mirrors in next-generation vehicles.With the advanced sensor technology, Hyundai Mobis has joined a couple of global future mobility developers and it aims to export the technology to car makers, Yonhap news agency reported.Three high-performance camera sensors inside the vehicle will not only increase driving safety by significantly reducing blind spots, and but also improve fuel efficiency as side-view mirrors will be hidden inside the car, Hyundai Mobis said in a statement. The paradigm shift to the future car is demanding both functional and design upgrades of all core components, which have been taken for granted until today, Vice President Gregory Baratoff in charge of autonomous vehicle...
  • NASA prepares to send 'first woman and next man' on Moon NASA prepares to send 'first woman and next man' on Moon

    The astronauts would explore regions of the Moon never visited before, unlock mysteries of the Universe and test the technology that will extend the bounds of humanity farther into the solar system.

  • Smartphones, accessories that also make style statements Smartphones, accessories that also make style statements

    The action hots up in the ultra-competitive sub Rs 20,000 segment. Vivo Z1Pro is the newest device that joins popular devices like the Samsung Galaxy M40 and the Redmi Note 7 Pro. Vivo has kitted this...

  • 'Space scientists superstitious, believe in Rahu Kaalam, unlucky 13' 'Space scientists superstitious, believe in Rahu Kaalam, unlucky 13'

    The Indian space agency may be sending rockets and satellites to various planets but are also guided by their own superstitions and beliefs, said a retired official of the Indian Space Research...

  • TikTok parent ByteDance to set up India data centre TikTok parent ByteDance to set up India data centre

    Facing pressure from the Indian government to store data within the country borders, Beijing-based ByteDance that owns the popular short video-sharing app TikTok on Sunday said it was planning to set...

  • After Samsung, LG registers to get its own M-series After Samsung, LG registers to get its own M-series

    Following Samsung's footsteps, South Korean conglomerate LG Group is planning to launch a new line-up of M-Series devices, targeting the Indian market.

  • India-built cryostat base ready for installation in France India-built cryostat base ready for installation in France

    ITER, a project proving that fusion power can be produced sustainably on a commercial scale, is now 65 per cent ready.

  • New tech allows dog squad to live stream from risky areas New tech allows dog squad to live stream from risky areas

    It aims to bring down the risk to human life during the routine surveillance drives in remote areas with high security risks.

  • Google's Fast Pair update to save wireless earbuds' battery Google's Fast Pair update to save wireless earbuds' battery

    In October 2017, Google launched the Fast Pair technology to compete with Apple's quick AirPods pairing.

  • Google to fix loophole that let firms track porn-viewing habits Google to fix loophole that let firms track porn-viewing habits

    This confirms that a loophole is indeed there in 'Incognito' mode allowing site owners and publishers to detect when people are browsing privately, including porn.