Rohit Bhisey

As Head of editing at CMFE News, Rohit brings to the table over a decade of experience in Industry research and Internet marketing. His dedication, perseverance, and passion for perfection have enabled him to achieve immense success in his field. Rohit is an expert at formulating new business plans and strategies to help boost web traffic. His interests lie in writing news articles on technology, lifestyle and business.


Anti-monopoly regulations in Germany restrict the data collection practices of Facebook. The regulator has directed Facebook to seek user consent, before combining their personal data from Instagram, WhatsApp, and Facebook. The directive is a result of a three-year long investigation. According to Andreas Mundt, the president of the federal cartel office, Facebook would no longer be able to impose its practically unlimited data collection demand on users. Facebook currently also


Drivers that are hearing impaired need much more than other drivers to worry, and Hyundai believes their new technology can make life for them much easier. The Korean automaker recently developed a new technology for hearing impaired people. The company has developed a system that allows people with hearing impairment to interact with the outside environment. Hyundai has developed a concept that informs and attracts the user by stressing other

Shape Tracker discovered for a more Precise Future – RFID Tags

Who knew that science and technology could bring us to a day where we could track ourselves down in terms of health and medical aid? According to a recent report, the researchers at the University of Carnegie Mellon have recently discovered ways to tract movements of the body. Apart from that, they created trackers that could also detect shape changes in the body including wrist, knee and elbows. This is

Customer Goods Company Kao to Launch Gene-Based Skin Care Offerings Soon

The beauty industry is seeing a lot of personalized products lately. And, now the consumer goods company Kao is all set to join the trend in the coming year with its personalized skin care offerings designed on the basis of genetic information. The Japanese company is going to use genetic data present in ribonucleic acid to predict the customers’ chances of getting wrinkles and experiencing other aging-related conditions, and dermatologic

Amazon, Oracle Fight it Out Over Pentagon Cloud-Computing Contract

Technology giants Amazon and Oracle have come face to face against each other in the US Court of Federal Claims after the latter claimed that the Defense Department’s cloud computing contract dubbed as the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure or “JEDI” which is up for grabs wrongly favors Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon’s cloud computing wing. The US government hopes to impose its dominion over China and Russia by developing the

France Partners with Orange on Voice Assistance Technology

French telecom operator Orange has partnered with Amazon to combine both companies voice assistant technology. According to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Stephane Richard, said that the collaboration will be to combine the voice assistants of the two companies. After the partnership commences, Orange subscribers will be able to request all the products and services of Amazon through the Djingo assistant. Although currently the two companies are collaborating on the voice

Factories Can Now Thwart Cyber Threats with The New HoneyBot

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have created a four-wheeled robot, which is designed to fit in small spaces such as a shoebox. The robot has been developed to secure factories against cyber threats. The tiny device is designed to bait cyber attackers who have set their sights on industrial facilities. HoneyBot is designed to trick the internet hackers into giving up important information to cybersecurity professionals. The decoy

Selfie Drone Freely Navigates any Environment and Tracks Moving Subjects

Three Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) alumni have come together to commercialize a “selfie drone,” as dubbed by some, to help dancers, runners, hikers, and rock climbers to film the best moments of their activity. The autonomous video-capturing drone is called R1 by San Francisco-based startup Skydio, which was launched in 2014 by the MIT alumni. It could freely navigate any environment to track and film a subject. It is

Soft Electronics Helps in Capturing Brain Signals without Damaging Neurons or Tissues

Operating as a principal investigator at Linköping University’s Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Klas Tybrandt has found a solution for stable neural recording in the long term by developing a new technology. An innovative elastic material composite which maintains high electrical conductivity despite being stretched to two times its genuine length and is biocompatible has been used as a basis of the technology. Tybrandt collaborated with New York and Zürich colleagues

Bioinspired Microrobots to Spearhead Next Generation in Manufacturing Technology

The University of Manchester is currently working on robot bees and jumping robot spiders while aiming to make progress in microrobotics. Microsystems Research Theme Leader, Dr. Mostafa Nabawy was said to present part of his research on bioinspired microrobots at the Industry 4.0 Summit in Manchester last Thursday. Nabawy explains why microrobotics could lead next-gen manufacturing technology by being a robotics revolution. After training Phidippus regius, a jumping spider species,

MIT Introduces New System “Dubbed Veil” to Enhance Browsing Privacy

Similar to Incognito mode offered by Chrome, nearly every web browser today offers private-browsing modes, which have been built to temporarily refrain from storing the browsing history of the visitors. However, the data accessed during these sessions under private browsing still end up revealing information to the computer’s memory, which can be used by a cyber-attacker. While highlighting this vulnerability, a team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

A Credit Card that Offers Zero Exchange Fees on Overseas Transaction

Tandem has launched a credit card in the UK which offers cash back on every purchase as well as no exchange fees when spending overseas. This new card works with Tandem’s personal finance manager app which you are required to plug into the existing bank accounts and credit cards in order to get and set budgeting goals so as to better manage your money. This new credit card offers market-leading

Serialization Becomes Springboard for Digitization for Companies

Serialisation of medicinal products, especially in Europe, can incur significant cost for manufacturers owing to stringent regulations that require manufacturers to apply unique identifiers to each package. According to the Directive 2011/62/EU and the associated Delegated Acts require that the identifier is printed clearly and has a data matrix code. Moreover, pharmaceutical companies that market authorization holders are also required to deliver serialisation data from their products to a European

Fast Operating Speed Makes Tamper Evident Labeler Highly Efficient

LSS Labelling systems Scandinavia is reportedly launching a new Tamper Evident labelling machine through Pharmapack in February this year in Paris.  This labelling system, which is planned to be unveiled at the Novexx Solutions booth, is highly innovative and is expected to receive a high number of sales. The system manufactured by labelling specialists LSS from Denmark conforms to the European Falsified Directive (FMD). A significant part of this directive

New Study Could Help Improve Computing and Magnetic Memory

Magnetic materials for storing electronic data have been around for many decades now. In the more recent years. From magnetic tapes to floppy disk drives and hard disk drives, the field of magnetic data storage has continued to flourish in terms of technological advancement, precision, and storage capacity. In the more recent times, the magnetoresistance memory technology has started finding vast applications. Recently, a new discovery made by researchers at

Making Journalism Content Interesting Possible with Virtual Reality

As journalism touches new heights, new strategies are being implemented to make the stories more interesting. Virtual reality technology is one way by which journalists can attract more audience. However, according to researchers, this technology should be used in a limited way. This is primarily due to the stories’ credibility getting affected if virtual reality is used in high amount. A study published in the latest issue of Cyberpsychology, Behavior,

A New Software Uses Virtual Reality to Control Robots

With recent advancements robots can be controlled using virtual reality. Several improvements in their mechanism have enabled autonomous robots carry out diverse tasks by themselves. However, there still exists many circumstances where human control becomes necessary. To tackle this concern, computer scientists at the Brown University have innovated technologies enabling control and monitor of autonomous robots using virtual reality. This recent development has made it possible to control robots remotely.

Devising Computer Systems That Decrypt Human Cognitive Abilities

A research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) employed computer systems that would replicate human intelligence. They discerned a system under which it is possible to analyze how an object of intelligence would interpret physical forces to respond to them. The researchers intend to answer questions about human cognitive abilities by building a computer system that can work similar to mental capacities of humans. The baseline for the research is

Shatter-Proof Mobile Phones Could Soon be a Reality

Delicate screens of mobile phone and their vulnerability to shocks and strains have been a matter of concern. The mobile screens have glass at their interface, which calls for a stronger crystal to retain the integrity of the front surface and make it resistant to shocks. A recent research conducted by the Australian National University (ANU) revealed that a certain atomic structure of glass could lead to the invention of

Algorithm that Corrects Multiple Flaws of an Image by Using Artificial Neural Networks

Digital images are playing an important role in communicating information to humans. For instance, medical scans are life saving and photo camera snapshots preserve wonderful memories. However, digital images have many flaws. They are subjected to blurriness, missing pixels, grainy noise, and color corruption. Computer scientists from the University of Maryland have designed an algorithm which makes use of artificial neural networks so as to apply wide range of fixes