The head of NASA was not happy about Elon Musk smoking marijuana on an episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience.”
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld the dismissal of Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab’s lawsuit against the government ban of its antivirus software, a court document said on Friday.
Following numerous Twitter rows and lawsuits, including one over pedophilia claims against a Thailand rescue diver, the US eccentric tycoon and visionary has made another enemy: Russia’s Roscosmos has black marked the entrepreneur in its annual report.
Two of British spying agency GCHQ's top staff have suggested one way authorities could access encrypted messaging services is to covertly add spies to private conversations.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Alexey Repik, the founder of Russia's R-Pharm high-tech pharmaceutical company, told Sputnik on Friday that he planned to begin exporting the world's first fully automated cooking robot in 2019.
Research conducted with the help of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) has shown that the original state of the Universe was a “soup” known as quark-gluon plasma, which is an almost ideal liquid.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The concept of the Russian program for lunar exploration envisions the deployment of communications and navigational satellite groupings in lunar orbit until 2040.
Cyberphysical systems will serve as the basis for Industry 4.0 and industrial development, professor at the Harbin Institute of Technology Sheng Wuyin said at the 2018 Digital Industry: Current Situation and Development Prospects scientific conference held on 13–15 Nov at the South Ural State National Research University (SUSU) in Russia.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The construction of the Russian lunar orbital station may start in 2025 with the launch of the base module, according to a report entitled "Roadmap to the implementation of the lunar program," prepared by Russia's general designer of manned spacecraft Yevgeny Mikrin and obtained by Sputnik.
China's top health body on Monday demanded local authorities investigate an experiment that allegedly successfully created the world's first genetically altered twins, which has sparked ethical concerns and waves of criticism from around the world.
An investigation by Metro.uk and London Metropolitan University of the cleanliness of the new ordering touch screens being introduced in British McDonald’s restaurants turned up some disturbing results. Investigators tested the touch screens at eight London McDonald’s and found feces coliforms on all of them.
Twitter was abuzz after what appeared to be the English-language Twitter account of Russian President Vladimir Putin has been suspended on Wednesday. As it turns out, the account, which has previously been identified in news reports as an official one, was taken down because it is fake.
Despite robots currently being ‘not sentient’, the innovative venture is hoped to bring positive social change and even alter some men’s ‘deviant’ behaviour, teaching them to approach ‘all things’ with due respect.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Bitcoin has now "deflated like a soap bubble" but boosted investments in new technologies, Russian Economic Development Minister Maksim Oreshkin said Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – NASA’s partnership with private US companies, details of which will be announced on 29 November, will allow the United States to return to the Moon sooner than expected, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The authorities of New Zealand have banned one of the country's largest mobile operators from using the equipment of the Chinese company Huawei to set up a 5G network due to a security threat, Spark New Zealand mobile company said in a statement.
The Hyper-Spectral Imaging Satellite (HySIS) that will be launched on Thursday will be used for a range of applications like agriculture, assessment of coastal zones and surveillance work for the Indian armed forces. The HySIS uses the power of digital imaging and spectroscopy that improves imaging capabilities significantly.
Leading UK supermarket chain Sainsbury's has been slammed for selling "well-fired" bread - deliberately overcooked loaves - which critics believe could pose a cancer risk. Health experts have suggested the item’s packaging should be emblazoned with a health warning.
Dozens of US consumer groups urged the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in a Tuesday letter to investigate Google’s location tracking practices, which they allege the tech giant “manipulates and nudges" Android users into turning on. The charge parallels one made by eight EU countries Tuesday.
Beijing has poured $9 billion into a space program called Beidou in an effort to eliminate China’s dependence on the US-owned Global Positioning System (GPS).