Nano Korea 2016 will focus on a wide range of innovations and technologies stemming from nanotechnology advances when it is held later this year at the Korea International Exhibition Centre in South Korea.
The event is being held
Reebok, a leading sports and apparel brand, has unveiled its new shoes SS14 Reebok CrossFit Nano 3.0 and Reebok CrossFit Nanossage to the Middle East region.
The CrossFit Nano 3.0 is a functional training shoe designed, for work-o
Sigma Paints introduced a new technology in paints called the Nanometric Painting System, which features unique anti-dust and anti-sand characteristics at an event in Bahrain.
The launch entitled “Sigma Guardian - Your Atomic Protection” w
Apple has launched a new line-up of iPods with brand new features including audio-video, gaming and multi-touch, alongside the latest version of media player, iTunes 9.
Apple’s new iPod nano features a video camera, mic a
The Nano, the world's cheapest car, will hit Indian roads in July, with expectations that demand from millions of aspiring car owners will far outstrip supply.
Launching six months behind schedule in a subdued market, with production in th
Tata Motors, India's top vehicle maker, on Monday launches the Nano, the world's cheapest car, in a move that could dramatically change the auto market in the country.
The Nano debuted in January 2008 and was expected to be on sale late la
Tata Motors will make its ultra low-cost Nano car in western Gujarat state, chairman Ratan Tata said on Monday, days after India's top vehicle maker pulled out of West Bengal because of violent protests.
The plant to be built at Sanand, ne
India's Tata Motors insisted it would stick to its planned schedule for the high-profile rollout of the world's cheapest car despite months of protests over a land dispute.
The vehicle giant began moving machinery and equipment fro
Renault-Nissan and India's Bajaj Auto said on Monday they would form a joint venture to develop a low-cost car, joining a growing list of carmakers eager to tap emerging markets and as soaring oil prices drive a move to fuel-efficient 'green' cars
Pillows that glow in the dark and "smart" sheets that read a guest's body heat are among futuristic products set to revolutionise the hospitality business, according to a leading industry expert.
Visualising the future and preparing now fo