We’re standing on the threshold of extraordinary capability in synthetic biology.
The cruise industry is rapidly evolving to integrate the Internet of Things — with sensors, connected devices, artificial intelligence, and cloud computing — into the experience passengers will have, both on and off the mammoth, state-of-the-art, billion-dollar ships.
On Thursday, the US Federal Communications Commission officially voted to roll back Obama-era rules governing net neutrality.
Google announced today that it’s shutting down its high-end smartphone augmented reality platform, Tango, in order to focus on the more mass market ARCore product. The company had already confirmed this much to us when they announced ARCore in August, but now we have an official timeline for Tango’s demise.
You know a scientific advance is a big deal when it becomes the main premise and title of a Jennifer Lopez-produced TV drama.
"Graphene as we know has a lot of opportunities.
The launching of the Colony into space, no final destination in mind, for those able to afford the journey.
People use night vision goggles to look at the night sky during an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) tour in the desert outside Sedona, Arizona.
For the past few years science writer Britt Wray has been delving into the strange field of “de-extinction,” traveling the world to meet with scientists who are working to bring back species ranging from the aurochs to the thylacine to the woolly mammoth.
China’s demand for SUVs and electric vehicles keep increasing, which made Tesla’s Model X a very popular vehicle in the country despite its higher price due to import duties slapped on all of Tesla’s vehicles.