The world is indeed a fascinating place where we get to see new marvels every day. Who knew that one day we will see in reality what we have come to know about through superhero comic books and films? Turns out a real-life Captain America is in the making. No, we are not talking about Chris Evans.
RUSSIA is planning to colonise the Moon and explore its natural resources as part of ambitious plans to become a superpower in space. After more than 40 years since it last carried out a lunar mission, Moscow is ploughing £30 million into building a new spaceship bound for Earth’s satellite.
Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, around 3 p.m. (France local time). I’ve just uncovered the most important element of the entire investigation. It’s a photo of a group of friends on Facebook, really nothing special.
I’m passionate about image performance optimisation and making images load fast on the web. One of the most interesting areas of exploration is placeholders: what to show when the image hasn’t loaded yet.
For the past year, Amazon employees have been test driving Amazon Go, an experimental convenience store in downtown Seattle. The idea is to let consumers walk in, pick up items and then pay for them without ever standing in line at a cashier.
A “memory prosthesis” brain implant has enhanced human memory for the first time. The device is comprised of electrodes implanted in the brain, and is designed to mimic the way we naturally process memories, and can boost performance on memory tests by up to 30 per cent.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. had been expected to set records with this year’s Singles Day, and the Chinese e-commerce giant apparently did it with plenty of time to spare. Singles Day 2017, or the 11/11 Global Shopping Festival, surpassed last year’s total of 120.
Hasbro is one of the largest toy companies in the world (after Lego), and according to a report in The Wall Street Journal, it recently made an offer to take over its chief rival, Mattel.
Uber has failed in its attempt to have a key ruling on its drivers’ employment rights overturned, a decision that could have major consequences for the transport app and the wider gig economy.
People will be able to buy new memories and delete unwanted ones in the near future as experts believe they are close to biohacking the body’s most powerful tool, according to a leading technology entrepreneur.
Twitter’s destroyed its USP. The whole point, for me, was how inventive people could be within that concise framework. USP is “unique selling proposition”. By doubling the character limit, Twitter has eliminated what made them unique.
Need proof? Just take a look at this cheat sheet published alongside the Wall Street Journal’s iPhone X review:
Now semi-retired, Lutz is partnered with designer Henrik Fisker at VLF Automotive, a maker of exotic, burly very expensive supercars. But he continues to freely offer his thoughts on the car business.
Apple Inc., seeking a breakthrough product to succeed the iPhone, aims to have technology ready for an augmented-reality headset in 2019 and could ship a product as early as 2020.
It’s official. We’re going to 280. Now every Twitter user — from first-day users to President Donald Trump — will have twice the room to share their thoughts.
Lockheed Martin is working to develop a high-power fiber laser for fighter jets. Under a $26.3 million contract from the Air Force Research Lab, the firm will design and produce a directed energy system for aircraft, with plans to test the technology by 2021.
The high-tech electric vehicle automaker Tesla is rolling out a new feature in its cars, and it sounds like it’ll be perfect for anyone looking for a calmer, more relaxing ride.
Even as Amazon has taken a huge leap into groceries with the acquisition of Whole Foods, it’s scaling back other parts of its grocery business.
SpaceX just secured permission to do something it has been planning for years, fly NASA payloads on Falcon 9 first stage boosters that have previously been launched and landed. According to NASASpaceflight.