Thursday, December 13, 2018
For experts in the field of ocean mapping, it is no small irony that we know more about the surfaces of the moon and Mars than we do about our planet’s sea floor. “Can you imagine operating on the land...
Joseph Wheeler and his team of students and faculty from Virginia Tech University are convinced they are building the house of the future. Judges at the recent Solar Decathlon Middle East agreed, awarding their future house first place in the...
You'd never know by looking at the brick-like phone that it's one of the fastest devices on the planet. The generic-looking handset is a prototype design that Qualcomm made to showcase 5G, but it -- and another prototype made...
Corning's glass has been shielding gadgets for longer than any of us have been alive. The company started out in the middle of the 19th century developing heat-resistant glass for lanterns and lightbulbs, moved on to TV tubes in the...
OnePlus has built a reputation for offering premium phones without a premium price to match — we called the OnePlus 6T “the most affordable flagship you can get.” But the company’s first 5G phone, announced this morning at the Qualcomm...
Facebook thought your data had a specific dollar value, despite the fact that the company says it never directly sells your personal information. That's what documents released by the UK Parliament on Wednesday appear to reveal, muddying Facebook's frequent claim...
Today, we're announcing a new beta feature that enables independent artists to upload their music to Spotify — directly from Spotify for Artists. Since we launched Spotify for Artists, one of the top requested features has been the ability to...
Smart appliances such as TVs and fridges have little protection from hackers and may be used by cyber-criminals to invade your privacy. High-tech appliances with PC-like features, including Internet connectivity, apps, microphones and cameras, are easier to hack than we...
South Korea said Sunday the launch of its new satellite has been delayed again due to poor weather conditions. The Next Sat-1 will be launched at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California around 10:32 a.m. (U.S.time) on Tuesday, according to...
Russia's space corporation Roscosmos plans to launch a television service, which would operate 24 hours a day, the organization's press service head told Sputnik, adding that the content for the channel would be created by Roscosmos TV-Studio. Russia's space corporation...

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