Google has launched three new experimental apps as part of its Digital Wellbeing initiative, including one that has you to seal up your phone inside a homemade envelope and only lets you use the phone’s dialer.
Orange-coloured gel has been made into artificial skin that can be 3D printed in any shape and detect human touch – one day it could help robots feel
Reservoirs across the country are recording reduced inflows as the climate warms and dries, which is likely to force cities to bolster the security of water supplies.
Here's how to watch SpaceX destroy one of its Falcon 9 rockets. Crew Dragon's in-flight abort test is a critical step in launching astronauts from U.S. soil.
A new molecule developed by Ohio State University scientists can harvest energy from the entire visible spectrum of light, harnessing up to 50 percent more solar energy than current solar cells, and can also catalyze that energy into hydrogen.
The contamination of U.S. drinking water with man-made "forever chemicals" is far worse than previously estimated with some of the highest levels found in Miami, Philadelphia and New Orleans, said a report on Wednesday by an environmental watchdog group.
Researchers have made an astonishing discovery that is transforming our understanding of the Bronze Age. They have established that ancient tin ingots found in Israel actually came from what is now modern-day Britain.
sar3 offers programming courses for kids, in which they learn the easy and playful way concepts of software development. What did we learn from this course.
The ministry of education in Turkey recently announced that they will be offering Delphi free of charge to their students through a license deal with Embarcadero. An estimated one million students will thus learn object oriented programming through this initiative.
All companies doing business in California are required by the state's new privacy law to disclose what they know about customers and how that information is used.
Airlines are scrambling to book time in 737 MAX training facilities as far afield as Fiji, Iceland and Panama, operators said, after Boeing Co recommended pilots be trained in one of the few simulators replicating the latest model.
Hailed as the “Kenyan technology success story”, many have claimed M-Pesa to be testimony to the greatness of Kenya’s technology scene, but, is it?