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New York-based Future Today Institute founder Amy Webb said in her annual report on technology trends that 2018 'marks the beginning of the end of traditional smartphones'.
The head of the Moscow-based Russian space agency said the designers of the next-generation spacecraft, Federatsiya could be used as test dummies for the first manned flights.
Internet traffic was intercepted by servers in Nigeria, China and Russia - including those run by major state-owned telecoms providers.
Discovered in North America's Utah, where it was nestled in the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, the fossil is billed as the most significant of its kind in North America.
WhatsApp is preparing to roll out a new feature which automatically ranks your friends. The California based company is currently testing the new system on iPhone, according to WABetaInfo.
Facebook is resisting pressure from Ireland, Australia, Argentina, the UK and Canada to have Mark Zuckerberg attend a hearing into fake news this month, saying he is unavailable.
Countries worldwide are in a new arms race to develop lethal autonomous weapons (LAWS) which can kill in a war zone without a person having to push a button.
Research carried out on behalf of water companies showed that the vast majority of the wipes failed to break down in conditions that imitated the UK's drainage system (pictured).
The 55ft-long Silent 55 E-Power catamaran is said to be as 'silent as a canoe', with the solar-powered electric motors and lithium batteries running without any noise.
Quiz master Jeremy Paxman asked teams from Exeter and Hertford College Oxford which post linked Tony Blair, John Major and William Hague in the mid-1980s during last night's starter round.
Users trying to access the site are being shown a message saying 'Sorry, something went wrong. The crash has hit users in the US, South America, and Europe.
Cambridge University researchers, who analysed personality tests for more than half a million men and women, found both men and autistic people were more 'systematic' than 'empathetic'.
Speaking at an event in India's capital of New Delhi, Jack Dorsey said the most likely outcome was a system aimed at correcting spelling mistakes.
Badgers, which are blamed for passing TB between herds, have been culled since 2013 across Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Cheshire and Somerset.
Ancient Jamaican monkey DNA showed the species was closely related to the titi monkey (file photo), a species found in Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia, Peru and northern Paraguay.
Robert Weryk discovered the strange interstellar object in 2017 at the University of Hawaii's Institute for Astronomy, and says the Harvard theory of 'a bit of wild speculation'.
Samsung is developing a system that might one day allow users to control their TVs with their brains
The aim of the project, being developed with Swiss researchers, is to give people with severe physical disabilities, like quadriplegia, a chance to enjoy their favorite shows without the help of others.
Both nature and humans share blame for California's devastating wildfires, but forest management did not play a major role, despite President Donald Trump's claims, fire scientists say.
Robotic surgery sounds like the ultimate in flawless, high-tech, 21st-century care - but it can be problematic, as it was in the fatal case of Newcastle's Stephen Pettitt, who died in 2015.
The upcoming esports team will be part of the Army’s Marketing and Engagement Team at Fort Knox, Ky, according to Stars and Stripes. Army is hoping this will help it reach young Americans.