Former planet Pluto has turned out to be much more weird and wonderful than many would have guessed, as reflected in the multitude of data and images sent back by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft from its fly-by of the dwarf planet last July.
For decades, scientists have estimated that the Siberian unicorn -- a long-extinct species of mammal that looked more like a rhino than a horse -- died out some 350,000 years ago, but a beautifully preserved skull found in Kazakhstan has completely
MIT Technology Review is weighing in again on the issue of Bitcoin scalability with an article titled "Technical Roadblock Might Shatter Bitcoin Dreams." The question is whether the Bitcoin network could be scaled up to support thousands of trans
The Aite Group projects the blockchain market could be valued at $400 million by 2019. For that reason, some of the biggest names in banking, industry and technology have entered into the space to evaluate how this technology could change the financi
scientists discover. (NaturalNews) Scientific breakthroughs often come from unlikely sources, and a recent discovery has proved to be no exception. Who would have imagined a connection between moldy bread and 'greener' electrical batteries?
A race to the finish
Humanity set to give humping the heave-ho by using technology to reproduce rather than leaving it to unreliable nature
The hunters searching for mammoth tusks were drawn to the steep riverbank by a deposit of ancient bones. To their astonishment, they discovered an Ice Age puppy's snout peeking out from the permafrost.
The speed of light in a vacuum is a universal constant, but, according to scientists at the University of Ottawa, not that constant.
Tesla will unveil its long-awaited, much-anticipated Model 3 mass-market vehicle in Los Angeles next week.
"We are rapidly approaching a time where drone delivery is a reality"
Peel away the layers of a house--the plastered walls, the slate roof, the hardwood floors--and you're left with a frame, the skeletal form that makes up the core of any structure. Can we do the same with life?
Watch what you say
By now, everyone knows the story of Eric Garner. In the summer of 2014, the Staten Island man died after being held in a chokehold during a confrontation with police.
Alex Kipman wants to create a new reality -- one that puts people, not devices, at the center of everything.
In Las Vegas, Embattled Forensic Experts Respond to Scandals and Flawed Convictions
Researchers found humans suppress the analytical areas of their brain in order to believe in god
New lip-reading technology could help solve crimes by deciphering what people caught on CCTV are saying, researchers have claimed.
Sputnik reports, China's newest battleship, currently known as the Type 055 guided missile destroyer, has been shrouded in mystery, but the Shipborne Weapons magazine has recently offered details of what has been dubbed as Asia's largest warship.
It was just after midnight on an autumn evening in 1996 when Yuk Ming Dennis Lo made a discovery he knew would change modern medicine.
And they still don't understand what a third of them are for
To get patients back on the court or the field more quickly
What if technology could connect us more deeply with our surroundings instead of distracting us from the real world?
A new spin on washing on the "light cycle"
It might be a little hard to stomach, but using maggots to clean up wounds is a technique that has been in use for centuries.
A GROUP of scientists claim to have created a simulator which can upload knowledge directly to your brain.
Hey, remember when the FCC reassured us last year that it wasn't going to lock down Wi-Fi routers? And everyone breathed a sigh of relief, because custom router firmware is actually a really good thing?
Here we discuss new methods and techniques for preventing knee surgery and chronic knee pain. Many new tools, devices, and instruments have been developed over the last decade that can give a person more options than risky and expensive knee surgery.
Watch the video to see how many amazing features this tiny retro camper is hiding.