The Chinese Embassy in France has issued a warning as the European country is currently on the fence about officially allowing Huawei in its 5G rollout, while some domestic telecoms have already made their choice.
Although any disaster on this list could potentially wipe people off the face of the Earth, humankind might have asteroids, glaciation, planet collision or devastating eruptions to thank for its existence as they eventually enabled Homo sapiens to appear and thrive.
Matthew Sibson, who runs the YouTube channel “Ancient Architects,” has come to the conclusion that the history of one of the greatest works by ancient architects, located in the Egyptian desert, is more difficult to establish than historians have suggested for decades.
Scientists have suggested a release of viruses may turn out to be a “worst-case scenario” in the wake of glacier melting, although it is no less worrisome that the latter may destroy precious “archives” that may come in handy in further research.
The monstrous and well-known Yellowstone Caldera volcano in the US has long inspired awe about its inevitable eruption the timing of which cannot be predicted with any certainty. But it’s not the largest one in the region.
There have been diverse theories attempting to crack open the mystery of the so-called “ice rings” in Russia’s Lake Baikal, some of which may even reach 7 kilometres in diameter. The most popular concept, focusing on methane outbursts, was eventually disproven due to objective geological reasons.
An open letter by top Tory figures comes days after a group of US congressmen knocked Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to partially allow the Chinese telecom titan into the country, arguing it would harm the “special relationship” between the two allies.
A team of Canadian scientists has developed a device that can be used to "print" sheets of artificial skin directly onto the wounds of burn victims, and the team said it was tested on full-thickness burns in pigs – with positive results.
The clouds captured off the western coast of Australia by the space agency’s Aqua satellite show mysterious and rare patterns, looking like giant white snowflakes.
Boeing's Starliner faced a number of glitches during its orbital flight test before it was used in an attempt to reach the International Space Station. One of which could have seen a disastrous collision between two of the aircraft's components.
Peter Ward, a geologist and evolutionary biologist, said it is very unlikely that any planet will be able to hold life apart from ours because of the number of geological and biological complexities.
New Delhi (Sputnik): Over the last few years, the deep penetration of internet-powered smartphones has boosted the growth of other technologies in India. Voice technology is one such field that 76 percent Indians are absolutely smitten by.
Astronomers from around the world have long been fascinated by the mysterious radio signals bombarding our planet from deep in outer space, with some onlookers linking them to a possible extraterrestrial intelligence.
TEHRAN (Sputnik) – Iran will launch its Zafar satellite at the earliest possible opportunity, spokesman for the Iranian Defence Ministry's Space Group Ahmad Hosseini said.
The tests, which had previously helped to establish the durability of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, showed that Motorola’s latest nostalgia-driven foldable phone is much less reliable than it initially seemed to be.
Since 2016, Lockheed Martin has been working in collaboration with NASA on a new supersonic X-59 QueSST for the space administration's Low-Boom Flight Demonstrator program, scheduled for test flights in 2022.
Netflix, one of the world’s leading video streaming entertainment sites, acknowledged in a new transparency report that it has removed fewer than a dozen programs in response to governmental requests since the platform began streaming in 2007.
Commenting on the prospects of discovering extraterrestrial lifeforms in our planetary system, Professor Grady also suggested where one could try looking for them on Mars.
The state of Ukraine’s Chernobyl exclusion zone has seen a resurgence of public interest thanks to the success of the 2019 HBO miniseries recounting the 1986 disaster. However, some scientists have focused their attention on the odd fungus found growing in the walls of the heavily irradiated reactor in 1991, and their efforts could soon bear fruit.
Starburst galaxy NGC 4490, also called the Cocoon Galaxy, is a barred spiral galaxy in the constellation Canes Venatici, and is located 25 million light-years from Earth.