DARPA has revealed its next course of action for the XS-1 space plane project by setting the deadlines for its design submissions.
Automation is increasingly being applied, from manufacturing up to cars, as automation of complicated activities like driving guarantees more free time, yet a loss of jobs as well.
Alien hunter believes he has found a way to “project our presence across the whole universe”.
Pentagon is still using an 8-inch floppy disks of the 1970s to run the United States’ nuclear weapons.
Facebook and Microsoft has announced on Thursday that they will work together in laying the 4,000 mile subsea Internet cable in the Atlantic.
Google is now officially cleared of copyright infringement raised by Oracle regarding the use Java in Android.
Germany-based researchers are working on robot units that have artificial nervous system that would allow them to feel pain.
Google has announced that it has redesigned its ad products that user will soon see in Google and Google Maps.
Uber, one of today’s most successful ride-hailing groups, has incorporated a massive location data to its system after striking a deal with Foursquare
Scientists on their way to making the most precise clock ever.
McDonald’s robot is about to replace human workers who have been fighting for their $15 per hour salary.