News and Updates
Apple's $6,000 Mac Pro desktop will be' available to order' starting December 10 along with its equally as expensive high-end display, the Pro XDR, which will retail at $5,000.
A study by the Royal Horticultural Society has found areas of low vegetation such as bald lawn patches will support some important garden invertebrate - including spiders.
A study from Oxford University investigate the consequences of the jet stream being subjected to mysterious fluctuations called Rossby waves.
Scientists infused a 3D-printed rabbit with genetic material, the first step toward a potential “DNA of things” where biology makes gadgets smarter.
Ash belching out from Volcano Whakaari could trigger a downpour of rain, which in turn could cause unstable rock to be washed down the sides of the volcano in a landslide
The 'amazing' series of stones found on Orkney - which may have been used to tie off mooring ropes and help secure the roof of a building - stand at up to 20 inches (50 cm) tall.
WhatsApp will no longer be supported on Windows phones from December 31, or on Android 2.3.7 and iPhone iOS 8 devices from February 2020.
It's pretty epic. Oh, and after it's over, you might want to watch Ryan Reynolds in *Free Guy* too.
Also, there's a new Star Wars game show coming to Disney+ next year.
Kai Landre shows how technology can be both intimate and humane.
A drone directed by artificial intelligence takes on a leading pro racer, in a contest that may help shape future humanitarian efforts.
From weighted blankets to Roku streaming boxes, these gifts will ensure couch potatoes won't change their habits.
Researchers from the University of Exeter recorded more than 1,000 signals between 16 orangutans and deciphered their meaning.
The pollutant-catching senors are based on porphyrins, pigments whose natural roles include making red blood cells red and light-harvesting chlorophyll green.
This video conference is going in circles.
Five coastal cities—San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, San Diego, and Boston—gained the lion's share of lucrative “innovation industry” jobs from 2005 to 2017.
In its Suffolk-based burial mound - thought the resting place of King Rædwald - only the impression of the ship and its iron rivets remained, the timber having long rotted away.
The changing climate is warming the slopes, forcing resorts to turn to snow-generating beasts that take a heavy environmental toll.
The Danish company Bluetown installed a hot spot in Sagara B, with download speeds fast enough for Netflix and for local life to change.
Some folks online got pretty upset about this. Van Halen did not. Also, the impeachment hearings continue apace.