Will the self-driving car industry be the next one to follow the crypto crash?
According to the co-founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, virtual reality (VR) is the next tech phenomenon. With a focus on the future, Mr. Zuckerberg has been very vocal about his ambitions to connect the world. But it seems he is one of the few people still believing that.
The dynamics inside fusion reactors are so complex that the walls sometimes melt when ferociously hot high-speed plasma becomes unstable. Now, the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics and the Vienna University of Technology have solved a major fusion problem, bringing us closer to creating an infinite source of energy.
Since the intensification of Russian shelling in Ukrainian cities, United States and NATO have sped up arrangements for dispatching the NASAMS air defense system.
The European Union’s law allows some sites to make you pay to reject cookies. Are these ‘cookie paywalls’ coming to the US next?
NASA’s successful asteroid strike showed that nudging an astroid’s orbit can be done, but the question remains will we spot a potential planet-killer asteroid in time?
The Flight III Arleigh Burke-class is US Navy’s most reliable destroyer class and is even more effective than the more advanced Zumwalt class.
Déjà Vu is a common yet still mysterious phenomenon where we experience the feeling that we’ve been somewhere or done something before actually doing it.
Bacteria spores are smarter than we knew. Lying dormant for hundreds of millions of years, they have been calculating the precise time to come back to life.
General Dynamics’ AbramsX is a new version of the iconic main battle tank M1 Abrams that will bring unprecedented maneuverability and target tracking.