Sarwat Fatima

Sarwat is a journalist and DIY enthusiast. She loves writing about Startups and Businesses. She is heading Islamabad and surrounding areas for news coverage.


260   stories by Sarwat Fatima

Generate real-time avatars from your 3D selfie without using Hollywood tech

The researchers at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, have developed a technology that can generate avatars with...

Aug 6 · >

First ever 3D-printed drug approved for epilepsy treatment

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first ever 3D printed drug for the treatment of epilepsy....

Aug 6 · >

You can now be tracked with your device’s remaining battery power

A group of researchers including four French and Belgian security researchers believes that users can be tracked online with...

Aug 5 · >

This cute little game depicts the importance of self-driving cars

Self-driving cars can eliminate the need of human control and thus, are not prone to human error. These cars...

Aug 5 · >

Largest plane in the world ready to take a flight

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen planned to build the largest plane in the world in 2011 under his company, Stratolaunch...

Aug 4 · >

Pakistan secures US patent for electronic warfare

The Electrical Engineering faculty of the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) has obtained a US patent for their...

Aug 3 · >

Pakistani researcher develops a facial recognition tool that recognises in complete darkness

Two scientists from a German university have developed a facial recognition tool which recognises a human face in complete...

Jul 30 · >

Bangladeshi Hackers seem to have taken a liking for Pakistani Startups

There have been two hacking incidents reported on young Pakistani startups in the past few days. In both incidents,...

Jul 28 · >

This Pakistani startup is tapping into a forecasted $21 billion 3D printing industry

“The worldwide 3D printing industry is now expected to grow from $3.07B in revenue in 2013 to $12.8B by...

Jul 25 · >

Business Intelligence vendor Yellowfin partners with first Pakistani Reseller AG Consultraining

Pakistani Reseller AG Consultraining has signed an agreement with Business Intelligence (BI) vendor, Yellowfin for using its BI solution...

Jul 24 · >

28-year-old Grooveshark co-founder found dead at home

Josh Greenberg, 28-years-old co-founder and CTO of a well-known former music streaming website – Grooveshark, was found dead at...

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Jul 21 · >

Foreign students no longer allowed to work in UK

The British Home Office announced a new policy according to which foreign students including Pakistanis will no longer be...

Jul 13 · >