It seems that those in uniform are unable to defend themselves from the growing popularity of mobile games, though officers have warned that soldiers should combat the urge to neglect their duties.
Just days before the seventh season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” hits TV screens nationwide, Duolingo, a popular language learning app, has launched its beta-stage course on High Valyrian.
The launch of the Unit 1 of Russia's Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant II will take place in September-October, according to the NPP's director.
Mississippi police say that three teenagers wanted in connection with a Facebook Live video stream showing a woman being physically and sexually assaulted are now in custody.
Millions of Verizon customers had their data exposed after a third-party Israeli technology company stored user information on an unprotected server.
Earth is awash with airborne pollens, spores, toxins and other microorganisms, both benign and malignant – and they follow humans wherever they go, even space. In a 30-day simulation aimed at understanding life on other planets, NASA researchers found fungi came along for the proverbial ride – and set up colonies of their own.
Google has spent millions funding academic research in the US and Europe to influence public opinion and policymakers, a report issued by US-based Campaign for Accountability has claimed. The search giant's record of academic "astroturfing" is said to put it in the same league as big oil and tobacco.
The WikiLeaks whistleblowing platform released on Thursday new documents from the so-called Vault 7 plan, which contained information on a CIA project that targets SMS messages sent and received on Android devices.
Researchers with the University of Cambridge have discovered the smallest star ever observed: larger than Saturn but smaller than Jupiter, with gravity 300 times stronger than the Earth’s and about 11 times stronger than that of the sun.
NASA has announced that their Juno probe, currently in orbit around Jupiter, has successfully completed a close flyby of the Great Red Spot that is the planet’s most iconic physical feature. Raw data has been returned to Earth, leading to spectacular images of the mammoth storm.
Poor sleep habits can increase the risk of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new report.
A team from the US Army Aviation Center of Excellence in the state of Alabama has developed a free active shooter emergency mobile application for the military and the public, according to the Army Training and Doctrine Command.
Hyperloop One, an American start-up with the mission of building a super-fast hyperloop train that theoretically would be able to move at 750 mph, has announced the first-ever successful run of their vacuum-sealed train at their Nevada testing facility.
The US General Services Administration (GSA) has withdrawn the Russia-based Kaspersky Lab products, services and equipment from its approved list because of the monitoring equipment they install required by Russian law, according to GSA Office of Strategic Communication.
One thing’s (always) for certain: the times, they are a’changing. If back in the day drug deals were the stuff of neglected street corners and shady back alleys, it seems tech-savvy millennials are upgrading and using apps to get the dirty deed done.
China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology dismissed in a statement on Wednesday reports claiming that the country's authorities told telecommunications companies to ban individuals' access to virtual private networks (VPNs) by February as false.
A research team in China has completed the first successful teleportation of a quantum-paired photon from the surface of the Earth to a satellite in orbit, at the same time breaking the distance record for the process.
Vietnam has opened a portal where importers and exporters can get information on a maze of overlapping trade laws and regulations, according to the World Bank press release.
The US military's shadowy research branch, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), has outlined a US$65 million plan to develop advanced neural implants connecting brains to computers, in order to treat sensory deficits like blindness. The agency is just the latest body to throw its proverbial hat into the brain-computer interface ring.
More of China's Long March rockets will be put into commercial use to meet the country's increasing space launch demand.
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