The new AI software Maven, has been reportedly designed to be paired with the US Navy and Marine Corps georegistration system called Minotaur.
China reportedly conducted the first-ever flight test of a new kind of ballistic missile, which can deliver both nuclear and conventional payloads.
The WeChat ID system will reportedly allow Chinese citizens to scan their faces using the WeChat mobile app to create a unique digital ID card.
Google has released the details of a new system which claims to create near-human accuracy in computer speech.
A study by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) says technology will wipe out almost half of jobs in the UK.
The mini robots have been designed to fit through a 1.5 inch-wide hole, which could be drilled into the pyramid without causing much damage.
SpaceX's final mission for the year, the Falcon 9 launch, was not just successful, but also caused quite a stir in California.
Antonina Zakharchenko's vision was impaired since childhood and kept getting worse until she lost her sight completely.
Pyongyang reportedly defended its interests in space development as a "legitimate" right, sparking fears about an impending missile test disguised as a satellite launch.
The amphibious aircraft AG600 is roughly as big as a Boeing 737 and can carry as many as 50 people on board.
The robot picks songs, scratches disks and even dances to its music.
Unobserved quantum particles can be tracked by studying the way in which they interact with their environment, physicists say.
The South Korean military is reportedly considering redesigning the decks on the new warship to ensure F-35B fighters can be operated.
This was the first power failure since the battery was installed in South Australia earlier this month.
The neural network was fed with as many as 240 new and old carols.