Lenovo and Razer announce partnership to “revolutionize gaming devices”

In an announcement made at the Dreamhack 2015 computer festival in Sweden this week, multi-national PC manufacturer Lenovo and bigwig gaming-accessory maker Razer announced a new partnership, aimed at creating a new line of gaming PCs.

Under their newly-announced partnership, Lenovo and... read more

Starbreeze game studio unveils VR headset called Project StarVR

With Virtual Reality (VR) grabbing the spotlight at the E3 2015 event this week, Swedish game studio Starbreeze has unveiled a new VR headset which, for the present, is called Project StarVR.

The unveiling of the Project StarVR headset by Starbreeze comes after the game studio’s takeover... read more

2016 Volvo XC90: All-new Scandinavian luxury-mobile

Luxury and style in each detail, this rightly defines Volvo's redesigned 2016 XC90.

On sale beginning this summer, it is the newest handcrafted sport vehicle displaying a beautiful blend of muscular and elegant styling, a more prominent iron mark logo in the grille, as well as new T-... read more

Viking woman of Ninth Century buried with a Ring with ‘for Allah’ inscribed on it

Swedish archaeologist Hjalmar Stolpe discovered a grave of a woman in Birka, a historic trading center in what is now Sweden. The woman had died in the 9th century. Surprising thing about the grave was that the woman had worn a ring, which was very unique. It was made up of silver alloy and... read more

Male Smokers Have Higher Risk of Losing Y Chromosomes: Study

According to a recent research, male smokers are three times more likely than non-smoking men to lose their Y chromosomes. The findings of the study are published in journal Science.

The study also gave some details which can explain why men develop and die from different types of cancer... read more

Swedish Man Becomes First Person to be Fitted with Prosthetic Directly Interfacing with Bone, Muscle and Nerves

A Swedish man, whose arm was amputated above the elbow 10 years back, has become the first person in the world to receive a prosthetic that directly interfaces with his bone, nerves and muscles. The person received the prosthetics in January 2013.

Lead author Max Ortiz Catalan, research... read more

Swedish Woman becomes the first to give birth after receiving Womb Transplant

A woman in Sweden born without a uterus became mother in September after having a womb transplant. The 36-year-old received the uterus from her 60-year-old friend. The baby was born premature, but he weighed a healthy 3.9 lbs.

Doctors at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg... read more

Healthy Life Style can reduce Risk of Heart Attack by 80% among Men

According to a new study carried out by medical experts at Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, men can reduce their risk of heart attack by 80% by adopting a healthy life style. There are five easy steps that men can take to reduce the risk of heart attack: quit smoking, reduce alcohol consumption... read more