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Analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, who has often forecast major moves by Apple, says that despite prior reports, the tech giant will make its iPhone 12 line compatible with 'true' and hyper fast mmWave 5G.
Novameat revealed the 'most realistic' plant-based steak yet made of peas and seaweed. The alternative is created using a 3D printer, producing the look of muscle tissue and fat.
The new 'robots' could be used for a range of tasks from scraping out cholesterol from people's arteries to cleaning the seas, say researchers from Vermont University.
Researchers from Beijing and Texas found ancient trees strike the perfect balance between growth and ageing' which allows them to grow while fighting off disease for hundreds of years.
Researchers hope the living robots, made up of masses of cells working in coordination, can help unlock the mysteries of cellular communication.
Over the last month, a select group of Facebook users have been given access to company's ambitious new redesign, codenamed 'FB5,' featuring Facebook Dating and the new Messenger.
The world's oceans were the warmest in 2019 than at any other time in recorded human history, a new study from US and Chinese researchers has found.
A team of scientists working for the Army are developing a promising new technology to keep soldiers' hands warm in cold environments without gloves, using a band to send heat into the forearm.
Astronomers have used vibrations from an ancient star in the Milky Way that is viewable in Australia to deduce how long ago a massive collision event took place with another galaxy.
Elon Musk teased an upcoming Tesla feature that uses speakers and AI, enabling vehicles to 'speak' to pedestrians. Drivers could also choose to emit a fart noise if they have nothing else to say.
Huawei is now selling 100,000 units of its $2,400 Mate X per month which rivals an updated estimate from Samsung that it has sold between 400,000 to 500,000 Galaxy Folds since September.
And mark your calendar: Westworld season 3 is coming on March 15.
The so-called Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) brings heat from the tropics, making Britain warmer and wetter than it would otherwise be.
Researchers from Japan and the USA say this disc would have had bands of high and low pressure that split off to create the two distinct regions in the solar system.
Kayvon Beykpour, Twitter's head of product, admits the platform can still incentivize toxic behavior. In a WIRED Q&A, he explains how he wants to fix it.
Civic-minded kids' programming isn’t just responsible—it’s a lucrative way for rival platforms to stand out on crowded screens.
Wildfires release vast amounts of carbon into the atmosphere. Their broader impact is far more complicated.
The mystery illness has claimed its first victim. Yet the crisis has a silver lining: It shows how much China's public health policies have improved.
The move - which would see the drones only flown in emergencies, such as to aid firefighting efforts - builds on the US' temporary ban that began in October 2019.
US scientists have concluded that fossils found in the Nevada desert contain the earliest evidence of the digestive tract, beating the previous such example by 30 million years.