Thousands of people from West Africa to the Arabian Peninsula, India, and the Far East watched the “ring of fire” solar eclipse that happened yesterday.
Leaked pictures of the upcoming ID 4 give us a glimpse of the newest electric addition to the VW family.
Many thought that remote working was still a good few years from replacing more traditional work models, but nobody could have predicted what 2020 had in store.
Facial recognition technology is advancing at a rate of knots, but there are many concerns around how it is used, especially by law enforcement and governments.
Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri, and Google’s Google Assistant must field all sorts of questions. At this moment in time, some of the responses are particularly important.
As far back as the first outbreak of COVID-19 in China, researchers have been testing the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine with mixed results.
On July 14, a robotic craft will leave a remote Japanese island and head for the Red Planet, with quite a journey to get there.
A closer look at some proposed law changes relating to what is and what isn’t classified as a motor vehicle could affect the use of E-bikes.
Reduced coronavirus risk – check. Shopping from the comfort of home in my pyjamas – check. An expert to help me choose the perfect product – check. What’s not to like?
As many of us heed the advice of experts and work from home, companies are finding creative ways to keep track of our progress.
Since the #BlackLivesMatter protests broke out across America, this new messaging app has seen a massive surge in downloads.
You’d have expected Elon Musk to say a number of celebratory things following SpaceX making history, but a trampoline reference wasn’t one of them.
A new study looks into just how effective the two-metre physical distancing rule actually is.
This past weekend, for the first time in history, a commercial aerospace company carried humans into Earth’s orbit.
For the first time since 2011, NASA astronauts are launching into orbit from the United States.
The Chinese government has come under scrutiny for its use of citizen surveillance techniques in recent years, but this app is taking things to the next level.
First, the robots came for factory jobs, and we accepted it. Farmers don’t seem prepared to roll over on the sheep herding front, though.
If America somehow ends up fighting a war at sea, they now have a laser that can shoot aircraft out of the sky mid-flight.
Apple prides itself on ensuring accessibility to its technology, with apps and features designed to help everyone make the most of its devices.
NASA’s latest experiment on its mission to reach Mars involves locking a small group of people in a shuttle for eight months.
Elizabeth Fischer’s work with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has seen her capture, and create, dramatic images of the dangerous pathogen.
What if I told you that an elaborate meal could be prepared in roughly 20 minutes, in one pot, with minimal effort on your part? Sign me up.