Water, water everywhere. But could there be life on recently discovered exoplanet TOI-1452 b?
Wasp-class has been a versatile and more cost-effective alternative to aircraft carriers for low-risk operations.
The idea that mammals have ‘lizard brains’ can finally be put to rest.
The login with Facebook option could vanish into obscurity if the recent trend of websites abandoning this once popular login alternative continues.
Since the Second World War, rocket artillery has provided an effective means of executing long-range bombardment. It allows armies to lay down fire more cost-effective and at shorter ranges than ballistic or cruise missiles.
A recent study suggests that eye movements during sleep may allow us to change scenes while in a dream state.
Could these mutations put the brakes on the quickly growing space tourism?
The Hololens brings enhanced situational awareness and enables information sharing and decision-making between soldiers and commanding officers.
Two weeks after announcing his $44-billion bid for Twitter, Elon Musk told one of his Morgan Stanley bankers that he might withdraw from the merger agreement due to the possibility of World War 3.
The tech billionaires are buying up underground bunkers. Is this a sign of things to come, or just another obsession for those with too much money?