The James Webb Telescope is schedule for launch later this decade as NASA is currently conducting tests on its science instruments. The telescope will study every phase in the history of the Universe, including the evolution of our solar system.
Scientists may have created a tool to help synthesize information on the Internet; they've made the first fully automated computer program that teaches everything to know about any visual concept.
Researchers from North Carolina State and Carnegie Mellon University, in collaboration with Disney Research, have developed a tracking system using low magnetic fields that can track a football in 3-D space.
On Friday, Apple Inc. announced that it is recalling some European iPhone 5W USB adapters due to possible overheating issues. The chargers were shipped with iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4S, but were also sold as a separate accessory.
With the rise of technology apparently comes a potential rise in sexually transmitted infections. Researchers in the United States found that smartphone apps helping someone look for casual sex partners are likely to affect one's sexual health.
These days, computers can accomplish just about anything. Now, researchers from the University of Washington and the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Seattle have developed the first fully automated computer program that allows the development of just about any type of visual concept, ...
We know teenagers can sometimes be up to no good, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can tell us exactly what they’re up to. Although smoking rates are down for the adolescents, many reported texting while driving.
Made In Space, a California-based startup, developed a 3D printer in cooperation with NASA and it will be sent to the International Space Station during the next commercial resupply mission in August.
The Internet may actually not be responsible for killing the traditional newspaper trade. Scientists have found that the web may actually not have spurred the decline of print.
Keeping portable electronics charged can be time consuming and down-right annoying in a society that's constantly on the go. Yet researchers at the University of California, Riverside Bourns College of Engineering may have developed a bit of a solution. With the help of a lithium-ion battery anodes,...
Spiderman isn't the only one who can scatter the walls with his superhuman capabilities. Thanks to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), now humans can, too.