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Origami Labs Launches Voice Powered Smart Ring That Turns Your Finger Into a Smartphone

Origami Labs Launches Voice Powered Smart Ring That Turns Your Finger Into a Smartphone

Tired of looking at your smartphone screen? Origami Labs, a small team of based in Hong Kong, claims to have developed an easy way to reduce screen fatigue. The team has made ORII, a voice-powered smart ring which enables the user to …Continue reading

Pak-China Agree to Joint Uranium Enrichment Efforts

An agreement signed between Chinese and Pakistani authorities paves the way for further cooperation in the field of nuclear energy. Both countries will cooperate for uranium exploration and mining under the agreement inked between the China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) and the …Continue reading

Politically Charged: Do You Know Where Your Batteries Come From?

People are excited about batteries, from electric cars to Tesla’s 129 megawatt-hour energy storage project  in South Australia. But one important issue is often overlooked: the raw materials needed to build this technology – where they come from and their environmental cost. New …Continue reading

Examining the Cybercrime Law

Nearly a year has passed since the Parliament of Pakistan promulgated a law to regulate electronic crimes. The Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act of 2016 covered an array of offences related to cyberspace. In all, it listed 23 offences: unauthorized access to …Continue reading

Robot Sits for University Entrance Math Exam in China

A robot named AI-MATHS took the math section of the Chinese university “gaokao” entrance exam and achieved passing scores. The test took place in Chengdu, capital of the Sichuan province in China on June 7, 2017. The gaokao is widely considered as …Continue reading

CreditFix – Approving Borrowers That Other Lenders Have Missed

The World Bank states that approximately 100 million adults in Pakistan don’t have access to formal and regulated financial services. This means that more than 50 per cent of Pakistanis don’t have access to formal credit because they can’t be profiled through …Continue reading

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