Japanese publishing firm prints record-setting micro-book

According to the World Record Academy, Tokyo-based Toppan Printing has set a new world record for the `smallest printed book,' by printing a micro-book - titled `Shiki no Kusabana' (flowers of seasons) - which is as small as the eye of a needle.

CDC survey shows US motorists still use mobile phones while driving

The findings of a study carried out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to survey the cellphone and texting habits of motorists, have revealed that even though the use of mobile phones while driving has been banned by many US jurisdictions, over two-thirds of the US motorists still follow the practice.

Google I/O “sold out” in less than one hour after tickets went on sale

According to reports, even though the registration is officially open for Google's annual developer conference - the 2013 Google I/O event, which is scheduled to be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from May 15 to May 17 -, the tickets for the event have sold out.

Breathometer introduces breathalyzer device to check BAC level

On Wednesday, Burlingame, California-based Breathometer Inc. started taking pre-orders - on Indiegogo - for its breathalyzer device, which can be plugged into a smartphone for testing the users' blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) level.