Saturday, 10th June 2023

Science & Tech

27 Dec 2017
Researchers at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh have built Alyx, a robot colleague that teaches autistic people to recognise social cues, as Matthew Stock found out.
23 Dec 2017
Gene Munster, Loup Ventures co-founder, discusses the controversy surrounding Apple Inc.'s software update that slowed down the operation of iPhones.
19 Dec 2017
Bloomberg's Justin Bachman discusses the blackout nightmare at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on "Bloomberg Technology."
17 Dec 2017
Hello. This robot will be your server today. At the Robot Theme Restaurant in southern India, a team of rolling robots will bring your food and drinks right to your table.
14 Dec 2017
Obstacles for tech start-ups.
13 Dec 2017
Smooth-coated otters learn to get food by copying how others in their group perform tasks, according to what's thought to be the first study into social learning in the species.
13 Dec 2017
Bloomberg's Selina Wang and Sarah Frier discuss social media's responsibility to society with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
12 Dec 2017
Apple Inc. agreed to acquire music-identification service Shazam, taking ownership of one of the first apps to demonstrate the power of the iPhone.
7 Dec 2017
Paralysed rats have overcome their spinal cord injury to walk again in experiments conducted by Israel's Technion Institute of technology and Tel Aviv University.
7 Dec 2017
Researchers in Singapore have found a way round the frustrating task of framing and taking photos using consumer drones.
7 Dec 2017
Singapore-based researchers have built an underwater robot that looks and swims like a manta ray, using only single motors and flexible fins to propel it through water in a way uncannily like its biological cousin.
5 Dec 2017
Facebook rolled out a Messenger Kids app for children under 13 on Monday. The app allows the social media giant which already has over 2 billion users to expand into an untapped market.


59 mins ago
June 4 marks the 34th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre in China. Usually, Hong Kongers take the lead in commemorating this event with massive candle light vigils. But, since China imposed its national security law in 2020, public criticism of the regime in Beijing has become dangerous.
59 mins ago
In mainland Europe's westernmost country, water is becoming scarce. Still, Portuguese politicians continue to focus on economic activities that consume particularly large amounts of water, activists say.
59 mins ago
With the UN's refugee agency bureau on the verge of closing, those in limbo fear their already grave situation is about to get worse.
1 hour ago
Doctor Fola David talks to GuardianTV about the Five myths about skincare.
1 day ago
Angelina Jolie is collaborating with French luxury house Chloé to unveil hew new capsule collection for sustainable fashion label Atelier Jolie.
1 day ago
The spiritual leader of the world’s 1.3 billion Catholics has suffered several health issues in the last year, but the pontiff is recovering well from his operation, the Vatican has said.