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The US Army has released footage of a 'third arm' exoskeleton prototype. The device weighs less than four pounds and takes weight off of soldiers' arms.
It all started when satirical outlet The Onion posted a story saying: 'More bad press for Elon: The car Elon Musk launched into orbit has fallen back down to earth and crushed Malala Yousafzai'.
A Google executive told employees that the company won't renew its contract with Project Maven, bowing to concerns of more than 4,000 employees who've protested the deal.
Customers across Europe couldn't make payments with Visa Friday, underscoring some of the risks in complex, centralized networks.
New renders purport to show what could be Apple's cheaper iPhone with a 6.1-inch display. Meanwhile, a set of leaked images show what could be screen protectors for the rumrored iPhone SE 2.
Google Cloud boss Diane Greene informed employees of the decision during an internal meeting on Friday morning, Gizmodo reported, citing sources close to the situation.
This catch looks close to being impossible—but it's real.
The Silicon Valley start-ups that began as a flash of an idea inside the minds of Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Page and Sergey Brin have grown into something none of the men could have ever imagined
The picture, one of the first images returned by Dawn in more than a year, shows a rough landscape with a relatively smooth surface.
The NOAA has released the GOES-17 satellite's first images.They show the Western Hemisphere in detail from 22,000 miles up, with cloud moving across the planet.
The Free Parasol uses a camera and artificial intelligence to track and follow a user as they walk down the street. The umbrella prototype weighs 11 pounds and has a flight time of 20 minutes.
The storms of 2017 were the costliest and deadliest ever. And they taught the world some important lessons about science, readiness, and risk.
The stunning pictures show French soldiers reading newspapers, pausing for lunch in ruined cities such as Reims and clearing the rubble after devastating German artillery raids.
This week, Arielle Pardes charts Silicon Valley's growing fascination with technology for enabling women to track their fertility.
The social network announced it was getting rid of the feature, which was the source of numerous scandals.
According to Shi Zhongjun, China's Ambassador to UN, construction is already underway and the craft (artist's impression) will be open for scientists around the world to use from 2022.
Podcasts like S-Town and Death in Ice Valley feature a media rarity: characters with unaffected regional twangs
Ryan Murphy’s latest show may be scripted, but it gives ballroom culture—and audiences—the realness that we want.
Chichester-born astronaut Tim Peake has published some of the puzzles he had to complete to go into space. The puzzles are designed to test your logic, visual memory, perception and concentration.
Walmart is taking on Amazon with a new shop-by-text service. The $50-a-month program lets harried shoppers use text messages to order items that are delivered to their doorstep.