Nearly a generation ago, the once-vaunted dot-coms of the 'new economy' crashed within a short period of time, along with the millionaire dreams of many daring young Silicon Valley startups and the venture capitalists who loved them. Bitcoin may repeat their fate, albeit at a much faster pace.
Describing a recent incident in the skies above Nevada's second-largest city of Henderson, an eyewitness referred to the emergence of up to ten bright dots which looked like stars and which started to attack each other.
Boeing may be developing a second prototype as part of the competition to win a contract for the “Stinger,” the US Navy’s prospective unmanned aerial refueling tanker, Defense News reports.
Wanting to make their job a little easier, researchers at the University of Toronto developed a new artificial intelligence algorithm that helped them identify 6,000 previously unseen craters on Earth's moon.
Hawking’s last and most intriguing theory has emerged, shedding light on parallel universes.
The world's most sizeable jet engine, which is almost as wide as a Boeing 737's fuselage, also houses a 134-inch-diameter front fan, the biggest of its kind, according to General Electric.
Year after year, scientists open up new possibilities for modern society. Latest scientific developments allow people to save more time and energy, and break free from routine in both the workplace and at home.
Artificial intelligence (AI) could learn to create works of art better than humans in 10 years, Bjorn Schuller, an analyst and professor in machine intelligence, told Business Insider.
Twitter is reportedly considering banning advertisements for initial coin offerings (ICOs), token sales and cryptocurrency wallets globally.
Audio engineers have used cutting-edge sampling technology to assemble bits and pieces of speeches made by US President John F. Kennedy into the address he would have made if he had not been assassinated on November 22, 1963.
Amazon introduced a new “Brief Mode” that makes Alexa talk less. Not all smart home users get this feature now, though.
A UN reporter has called out Facebook as a tool for spreading “acrimony, dissension and conflict” in escalating what is now being called a genocide against ethnic Rohingya Muslims at the hands of Myanmar security forces and a supportive government.
MELTANT-α is a Japanese robot which has human-like technology inspired by living organisms, allowing it to mimic human body movements in real time.
The Venezuelan government launched a new state-backed cryptocurrency to attract investors to the country, which is suffering from a major economic crisis. The country’s problems have forced its people to take to the streets, leading to multiple clashes with police. This has led to accusations of human rights violations, sanctions against Venezuela.
The company is currently investigating how perpetrator (s) got its users’ email addresses and managed to fake the @paypal.com signature. No reports of any PayPal wallet hacks, related to the email, have surfaced so far.
The most recent studies have shown that they originate from mammals that inhabited the Earth roughly 73 million years ago. The Solenodon paradoxus is a rare mammal that uses venom to kill its victims.
The animation bug was reported months ago, but still made it to the recent ad devoted to the iPhone feature of unlocking a device via FaceID. It is far from being the only one haunting iOS 11.
Technological progress doesn't rest on its laurels. US-based transportation network Uber has made another step to simplify people's lives by patenting a new technology for its self-driving cars.
A team of scientists led by Liz MacDonald has found an explanation for the mysterious aurora “rainbows” that have started popping up since 2015. it required an army of civilian photographers, though.
Chinese scientists startled the world January 28 by announcing they’d successfully cloned a monkey, sparking controversy about the possibility of human cloning not being far away. Let’s take a look at some other successfully cloned mammals.
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