Tag: Test

UK Police Will Try Out Crime Reporting Via Skype

A city in the United Kingdom is bridging the gap between police officers and average citizens with the call and IM service Skype, helping members of Scotland Yard spend less time on legwork and more time on catching real criminals.

Apps/Software October 30, 2015

Google Nexus 5X Battery Life Test Results Are In: How Does It Do Against Apple's iPhone 6s?

The new Nexus 5X' battery test results are out. The iPhone 6s has the best score while the Nexus 5X's score is at par with the HTC One M9 and the Nexus 6P.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 19, 2015

Disney Artists Try Out The iPad Pro And Apple Pencil: What Do They Have To Say?

Artists at Walt Disney's Feature Animation studio tested out the designing capabilities of the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. The team sketched popular Disney characters such as Mickey Mouse and Olaf.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 8, 2015

Eight million women in U.S. skip cervical cancer screening in last five years

About 8 million women between 21 and 65 years skipped cervical cancer test in the past five years. Cervical cancer screening is believed to save lives of over 4,500 women in the U.S.

Life November 6, 2014

Apple: Bendy iPhone 6 Plus claims are bent out of proportion

Bent iPhones are extremely rare, says Apple. Each new series of iPhones undergo a 'sit test' and a 'pressure point cycling test,' Apple says.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 25, 2014

Twitter users not enamored with favorites moving into timeline feed

Twitter treats favorites like retweets for some users. It's only an experiment, says Twitter.

Internet August 18, 2014

Facebook tests 'satire' tag to avoid confusion on News Feed

Facebook is trying out a new "satire" tag in the News Feed to stop people from getting confused over the authenticity of a news. The new feature is inconsistent at this juncture as not everything that is pertinent gets tagged as "satire."

August 17, 2014

Blood test may one day predict suicide risk potential

Researchers say a chemical alteration in a gene could lead to a simple blood test for potential suicide risk. It could lead to helping decrease suicides through early intervention.

Life August 1, 2014

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