A pay-for-view video depicting large sections of an 1851-mile rail traverse of Australia’s outback has set viewing records in the nation, as the rise of so-called slow-TV offers an antidote to jump cuts, 15-second news bites and invasive advertising.
Use of the material could result in major improvements in the safety of nuclear reactors in Russia and around the world.
A new app developed by a Dutch enterprise creates legally binding agreements for people who want to enjoy having sex without the worry of dealing with any unpleasant aftermath.
Users of the instant messaging service Telegram are reportedly receiving fake e-mail letters urging them to take part in the launch of the Gram crypto currency and the Telegram Open Network blockchain platform.
US astronomers have used NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and Hubble Space Telescope to spot a supermassive black hole located about 800 million light-years away from Earth.
As unregulated telecommunications giants in America clamp down on internet connectivity, broadband access is fast becoming an increasingly expensive luxury for many, but some towns are fighting back.
Human creativity knows no bounds, especially when it comes to making some cash. The rise of cryptocurrency has resulted in people trying to find new and efficient methods to mine the digital money.
Driverless, electric Cruise AVs that have no steering wheel, pedals or gear selectors are planned for mass production by 2019.
The report released by the software firm Check Point warns that these infected games show pornographic ads to children, and in some cases even make users download its fake software.
The company does not conceal the fact it record and stores your audio commands. All recordings can be deleted from a Google account, although the way to do so is not as obvious as it could be.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A fresh report issued by the US Trade Representative's Office accused Russia's social network VK, also known as Vkontakte, of infringing intellectual property rights, despite the efforts exerted by the company's management to cope with piracy.
The Pentagon has refused to comment on the status of the secretive Zuma spacecraft, which was launched by SpaceX last Sunday but failed to reach orbit, according to multiple reports.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – The launch of a US spy satellite looked good atop the fiery plume of a Delta IV rocket launched from the state of California’s Vandenberg Air Force base, with officials hoping to avoid a repeat of Sunday’s failed attempt to place another spy satellite in space, according to webcast by United Launch Alliance rocket company.
A serious new vulnerability has been discovered in Intel processors which allows hackers to gain full access to computer management within seconds, according to the website of the Finnish company F-Secure, specializing in computer security.
Following the presentation of a new sexbot, named Solana, that gives its owner a chance to switch her very life-like face for another, Sputnik selected the best sex dolls just for your reading pleasure.
The layers of ice discovered on Mars could serve as a life-saving source of water for human explorers of the Red Planet, NASA scientists believe.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Scientists from the National University of Science and Technology MISIS (NUST MISIS), Lomonosov Moscow State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA) have developed a therapeutic complex based on multi-layer polymer nano-structures of superoxide dismutase (SOD).
The Natural Cycles app, which earlier this year became the first and only app in the EU to receive certification as a medical device for contraception, has landed in hot water, as dozens of Swedish women who were using the app for birth control suffered unwanted pregnancies.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - US private space exploration company SpaceX has postponed test launches of the Dragon spacecraft for several months, according to NASA's updated schedule of launches and landings.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Facebook plans major changes to news feeds from media and businesses to focus on personal interactions, which may lead to people spending less time on the website, its CEO said Thursday.
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