Researchers around the world are racing to produce a material that, at room temperature, conducts electricity without losing energy to resistance. This new paper sets the temperature-to-beat at -23 Celsius or -9.67 Fahrenheit — technically room temperature, if you were to open the window during polar vortex conditions in the Midwest.
A university in the UK is backpedaling after publishing an article claiming that one of their scientists helped crack the famously indecipherable Voynich manuscript.
ObEN, with its 100 plus employees, is betting that in the future, everyone will want their own personal artificial intelligences (PAIs) — to digitally try on clothes, to interact with friends, to keep the kids company while you're away on a business trip.
Scientists explore the limits of physics by pumping energy into components of atoms, such as electrons and protons, accelerating them to nearly the speed of light, and slamming the beams of particles together in hopes of discovering something new. You can imagine that this process gets quite noisy.
At a tech and media conference on Tuesday AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said that the company will yank WarnerMedia content from other streaming services so that the assets will be exclusive to the streaming service his company is launching soon.
Rumors are that the next iPhone will have a square camera bump that's roughly the size of a silver dollar. To which I say: No thanks.
Assange skipped bail in June 2012 while in London and claimed asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy, where he lived for almost seven years.
The new missile, which has never been acknowledged publicly before today, is called the R9X and is a variant of the Hellfire missile. But unlike a traditional Hellfire, the R9X is designed with six long blades that only emerge from the missile seconds before impact.
For years we've been saddled with the same old spectrum, but the right skull implant might conceivably reveal a whole new one, its colors indescribable until we see them, and name them. But can even the finest brain chip reveal a new color?
There are people of every gender, size and background who wish they were taller, but the world of online height hacks and stature-enhancement is very much fed by the loneliness and insecurity of men.
When Apophis flies by on April 13, 2029, the 1,100-foot-wide asteroid will come shockingly close, coming within 20,000 miles of the Earth's surface.
For the first time ever, a single LED can now change color all by itself.
Some of the fears about the Razr reboot were quickly quieted because at least from this one image, the new Razr looks real slick.
If things had shaken out differently — if the asteroid had stayed in its place, and the dinosaurs allowed to proceed with their business — what would things have looked like?
NASA, FEMA, and other national and international agencies are once again gearing up for a hypothetical asteroid impact preparedness scenario. They hope to learn the best strategies for responding to a potential strike, starting from the moment a threatening asteroid is first detected by astronomers.
Until you've read firsthand accounts of shattered arms and metal plates in faces, it's hard to comprehend just how completely these little scooties can wreck your s**t.
On top it didn't look much different than its predecessors — it still had a few buttons and a scroll wheel — but underneath it introduced a technology to the masses that brought an end to the prehistoric days of cleaning dirt and grime out of computer mice.
When it comes to Apple's current phone lineup, the iPhone XS and XS Max get most of the attention thanks to features like dual cameras, more luxurious designs, and vivid OLED screens. But the iPhone XR is Apple's true winner.
Nintendo has just extended its Labo VR Kit support to its A-list titles "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' and "Super Mario Odyssey," and unfortunately in both games the VR feels like a tacked-on experience that only serves to amplify Labo VR Kit's shortcomings.
Using its ultra-sensitive seismometer, NASA's InSight lander has waited patiently to detect its first marsquake. Scientists now have good reason to believe it finally happened.