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The viral video was shaed around the world and showcases the phenomenon of supercooling which lets water remain liquid below its freezing point.
Amid escalating tension with China, executives at Google and Facebook argue that tough regulations against tech will hurt US competitiveness.
States were given almost $3 billion from Volkswagen’s diesel scandal settlement to buy cleaner vehicles. But many are buying more diesels, a report shows.
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By going big on small satellites, the new Space Development Agency plans to defend the country against all manner of orbital attacks.
A destructive species of caterpillar which decimates the hedgerows of Britain's upper classes has now spread to all UK countries and tops the pest'most wanted' list.
GitHub’s new Patreon-like service aims to reward developers for maintaining free software, and bolster the open source ecosystem.
A report describes how Amazon installed screens at many of its warehouse workers' stations that allow employees to turn tasks like assembling orders and moving items into competitive games.
Which means Elon Musk’s “mass transit” tunneling company has its first official customer.
Researchers in Australia have built the first plate tectonic reconstruction of the Game of Thrones continent, using evidence of geological processes from the stunning landscapes in the show.
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By detecting these kinds of behaviors, it could help caregivers or doctors better ascertain if an elderly or disabled individual has an undiagnosed health condition.
A U.S. Department of Defense spokesperson reportedly confirmed the Pentagon's interest in UFO's, citing the agency's investigation of 'unidentified aerial phenomena.'
Facial recognition technology has proliferated unchecked in the US so far. Congress finally seems ready to do something about it.
A team of anthropologists from the University of Kent made the discovery that chimpanzees can cross roads from hidden cameras during an eight-month study in the African country.
The US joins China, the European Union, and South Korea, in ruling that Qualcomm violated laws in how it licenses its smartphone chips.
Amazon will continue to sell its controversial facial recognition software to law enforcement and other entities after a failed shareholder vote aimed at reeling the company's practices in.
Amazon's shareholder resolutions on climate change and facial recognition technology didn't pass. Here's why they matter anyway.
Now, users can call 911 in the Lyft app if there's an emergency, while a new design in the app will make the driver's license plate easier to view than before.
A recent SpaceX online application suggests the next round of launch for the prototype rocket is being planned in Texas and will test the Raptor engine to a maximum altitude of 16,400ft.