Science & Tech
5 Jul 2017
Infinix Mobile Introduces Note 4 Pro.
4 Jul 2017
U.S. meteorologists are using UAVs to improve weather forecasting through the study of atmospheric physics.
27 Jun 2017
Google is set to face a record antitrust fine from the European Union on Tuesday for promoting its own shopping search service over those of smaller rivals, according to two people familiar with the probe.
22 Jun 2017
A vast 'forest lab' in Britain is being pumped full of carbon dioxide in a bid to determine just how effective trees are at absorbing greenhouse gases when exposed to the predicted levels of 2050.
19 Jun 2017
Roboticists show off their new advances in 'soft robots' at a Singapore conference, much-drawing inspiration from nature.
16 Jun 2017
Japanese tech giant Toshiba has unveiled an underwater robot which will be sent to the Fukushima nuclear plant next July. The 13cm x 30cm robot is controlled remotely and will be sent into the nuclear reactor 3 to collect information on radioactive fuel residue.
15 Jun 2017
A body scanning system that allows doctors to deliver radiotherapy with pinpoint accuracy has been nominated for the Royal Academy of Engineering's MacRobert Award - the so-called 'Oscars of engineering.
10 Jun 2017
Apple's New iPhone May Have a Data Speed Problem.
6 Jun 2017
Apple will later this year release a "HomePod" music-centric smart home speaker, challenging a market currently dominated by Amazon and Google in its latest move to weave deeper into people's lives.
5 Jun 2017
A fossil of one of the last dinosaurs living in Africa before their extinction 66 million years ago has been discovered in a phosphate mine in northern Morocco.
1 Jun 2017
Space launch company Stratolaunch Systems rolls its twin-fuselage plane out of its hangar for the first time to conduct fueling tests.
31 May 2017
Uber Technologies Inc. fired Anthony Levandowski, the engineer hired to lead its self-driving car efforts who is now at the center of a legal dispute over the technology with Google parent Alphabet Inc.