High-tech robots called PackBots will be unleashed during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil to help boost security and examine suspicious objects.
Over 800 million people worldwide use the social media website Facebook. Unsurprisingly, the social media site been the subject of much debate in recent years because personal information has been exposed to many advertising and Internet tracking companies.
Last week's event Cloudscape VI in Brussels, Belgium, which had the tagline ‘cloud for a smart economy and smart society’, featured much discussion of the policy aspects of cloud computing, as well as the potential benefits of cloud computing for both business and scientific research.
Technological developments have given humans numerous avenues to achieve almost anything imaginable. So why haven't more people utilized nutrition software to help maintain their physical health?
One of great challenges of the 21st century has been to develop ways to manipulate matter on smaller and smaller dimensions.
Extremely rare footage of an unexplored deep ocean trench consisting of rarely seen sea animals reveals that life in the deepest regions of Earth is not predictable.
Though nearly a billion people use the social networking site, Facebook, exchanging information online-whether personal or professional-is not the same as engaging in person. A recent study set out to determine whether Facebook use increases or decreases anxiety in meeting individuals one-on-one dur...
A third of the planet’s food is lost between the farm and our plates. If this situation persists, it will be impossible to feed 8 billion human beings in 2025.
Last month, a study showed the positive effects of DietBet.com, which is a website dedicated to those who can bet money on themselves so they can reach a weight loss goal. Similarly, the rise of online dieticians has shown quite a bit of success when it comes to helping those in need.
An international research team have created a new catalyst that can be effectively used to produce low-cost, clean methanol from hydrogen and carbon dioxide.
Less than a year after the launch of the Galaxy S4 smartphone – and the battery issues that came with it – the Samsung Galaxy S5 was one of a host of offerings the electronics giant presented to the World Mobile Congress last week in Barcelona.