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Almost half of Americans believe having sex with robots will become a common practice within 50 years. However, experts worry that ethical and privacy concerns haven't been addressed.
American automaker Ford has adapted the lane-centring assist technology used to ensure drivers remain in the middle of their lane into a concept dubbed the Lane-Keeping Bed.
Psychologists at the University of Warwick tracked the family dynamics of 6,838 British siblings up until the age 12 and found firstborn children are the most likely to pick on others.
Leading animal charities have criticized Tesla's new dog mode. RSPCA and Blue Cross worry technology designed to let dogs remain cool in Teslas could fail and promotes wrong message.
Six-year-old boys who often act out in class may be more likely to earn less money when they're adults, a new study has found. Boys with high inattention stood to earn $17,000 less each year.
Some 17,000 Android apps are believed to be skirting Google's rules around what kinds of user activity can be tracked and shared with data brokers, according to a new research report.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting in Washington DC was told that killer robots are the ‘third revolution’ in warfare after gun powder and nuclear weapons.
Software pirates have hijacked technology designed by Apple to distribute hacked versions of Spotify, Angry Birds, Pokemon Go, Minecraft and other popular apps on iPhones.
Facebook's founding president has claimed there is 'no limit' to how much user data Seattle-based Amazon is collating and that it 'could potentially be used against you in a court of law'.
Brighton-based finance firm One Family conducted a poll of 2,000 teenagers and found that nearly half thought they would be earnign £70,000 a year by the time they reach their 30th birthday.
Treadmill tests at the University of Colorado Boulder found novices with more sophisticated equipment were four per cent more economical than those with more basic equipment,
A new study from Queen Mary University of London explains how energy is transferred from electromagnetic fields in space to the particles that make up solar winds which pick up heat.
The event more than 50 years ago was almost immediately followed by a smaller eruption by its neighbour to the north-west. Scientists now believe the two volcanoes are linked.
The triple toilet seat once sat above the banks of the River Fleet which runs under the streets of north London from Camden into the River Thames and is known as the capital's 'lost river'.
Stunning footage from remote sensor cameras in the southwest US shows multiple views of a wild cat nicknamed ‘Lil Jefe’ as he sips from a creek and passively takes in his surroundings.
Cannabis use was also linked to an high risk of suicidal thoughts and attempts. Researchers in the UK and US said tackling under 18s use of the drug should be a public health priority.
In an interview with NPR , Apple CEO, Tim Cook, said he will investigate the usage of an app available in the company's App Store that tracks and restricts the travel of women in Saudi Arabia.
NASA confirmed the grim news in a press conference Wednesday afternoon, where it officially bade farewell to Opportunity and the long-running Mars exploration mission.
Futuristic three-wheeled vehicle taking a run at Tesla: Canadian firm eyes deal with former GM plant
A potential manufacturing deal between a futuristic new electric car company and a condemned General Motors plant may help save both jobs and the environment.
Apple's self-driving cars may have a ways to go before they're ready to ride. A new report from California's DMV shows the firm's self-driving cars required a high rate of human intervention.