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Over 2,500 individuals and companies signed a pledge organized by the Future of Life Institute, vowing to ‘neither participate in nor support’ the development of lethal autonomous weapons.
Google Assistant's new 'visual snapshot' feature is now available on for both Android and iOS devices in all languages supported by the app. It will give users a rundown of their day.
MPs have called for a tax on garbage incinerators in order to curb the huge amount of pollution they create. A unit in Runcorn, Cheshire, was the worst offender in the UK last year.
Researchers in Japan have turned to detailed logs kept by farm families and government officials hundreds of years ago, looking for mentions of thunder and lightning events.
In what's described as a 'first of its kind' experience, Sony and several organizations have crafted a series of audio-visual spaces where viewers can witness the work and artifacts of Bowie's life.
The finding was made by entomologists at Tamagawa University near Tokyo, who found that the desperate defensive manoeuvre was enough to reduce the lifespan of the bees significantly.
A baby monitor billed as the 'most advanced nursery camera ever' is bringing smart algorithms, sleep analysis and Amazon voice activated integration into the world of parenting.
Samsung is expected to release three different versions of the Galaxy S10 in 2019, two of which may include in-display fingerprint readers, noted smartphone analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes.
DARPA's new program is working to develop technology that would let troops one day be able to control drones, cyber defense systems, and other technology with their mind.
An app that is attempting to tackle knife crime on the streets of London has been condemned by experts who say the anonymous reporting could destroy trust in communities.
More than 1,600 newly-wedded couples found that 43 per cent of husbands don't know how often they satisfy their partners, a new survey from Brigham Young University in Utah shows.
Tinder is giving its users new ways to flirt. The dating app annnounced that it's testing a feature that will let users send Bitmojis to their matches, but only in Mexico and Canada for now.
Google announced the new 'site isolation' feature, which has been enabled for 99 per cent of its global users on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS. via its security blog.
Detroit, Michigan, was rankled the most stressed US city in categories of strain from work, money, family and health. Fremont, California, was ranked the least stressed city.
A new report from digital marketing research firm eMarketer indicates that the Silicon Valley giant is expected to capture a whopping 49.1% of the US retail market by the end of 2018.
The Derby-based aerospace giant that built the Spitfire's engines has unveiled an electric-hybrid flying taxi that will start real-world testing before the end of next year.
A Dutch company that presented the world's first lab-grown beef burger five years ago said it has received funding to pursue its plans to make and sell artificially grown meat to restaurants from 2021.
Walmart said Tuesday it was entering a five-year agreement with Microsoft to make use of its artificial intelligence, machine learning and data platforms in a bit to compete with Amazon.
The discovery from scientists at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, DC, brings the Jupiter's total number of moons to a whopping 79 - the most of any planet in the solar system.
Netflix, based in Los Gatos, California, has failed to meet its own targets for subscriber growth. The company gained 5.1 million new customers this quarter – more than a million short.