Millions of fuel cell cars, powered by high-tech trees are one vision of India's mass-transit future.
Today, India is sending MOM to Mars. Bye MOM!
Many solutions have been proffered to help stop violence against women. Few seem like as much of a non- sequitur as India’s. It’s a watch.
Hot on the heels of China's announcement of its plan to launch a lunar rover in 2013 comes this news from India: in 2013, it'll be launching a mission of its own, not to the Moon, but all the way to Mars. Ambitious, to be sure, but India has even bigger plans in the works.
Nothing screams future like an automated pod transportation system. These little vehicles have been helping passengers get around Heathrow airport since April of last year, and they've been so successful that India is buying a huge new system to help tourists and pilgrims to visit a temple in Amritsar.
Visually impaired people are finding more and more ways to aid their travels through the sighted world, but as technology improves their tools become less obvious, and in this case, more fashionable.
We first saw India's cheap tablet last year, and now, a year later, the Aakash has started shipping to Indian students complete with the promised $35 price tag.
If you think shoving 3D in every piece of gadgetry is the way to go this year, you may be right. This cellphone is one of the first non-smartphones that we've seen that supports 3D without glasses. Oh and it's super cheap!
Researchers in India claim to have put together a computer that costs — parts and all — only 35 smackaroos. That's cheaper than that $65 laptop from not too long ago, and surprisingly this tablet-like device is no slouch.
Here in the Western Hemisphere we tend to think of Indian saris in very traditional terms, so the idea of making one that incorporates high tech seems pretty alien. The Swaramadhuri Singing Silk Sari should dispel that notion, as it...