Survey published at the CBI conference paints dire picture of trust in corporate leadership.
China's space agency reportedly says that the reusable spacecraft is capable of taking off from a runway and shooting across orbital space.
Nasa and NOAA have found that the hole over the Antarctic ozone layer is at its smallest since 1988, but it is caused by climate and not by reduced depletion.
Amazon has registered three different domain names, all of them related to blockchain and cryptocurrency.
The weapon could replace the Raytheon AIM-120D AMRAAM, which has a range of 100 miles and is equipped with features like GPS guidance, high-angle boresight, and two-way data link.
Enceladus, Saturn's sixth largest moon, is one of the places in the solar system that could potentially harbour life as it holds liquid water, says Nasa.
Hawking has previously cautioned that the rise of powerful AI will be "either the best or the worst thing ever to happen to humanity".
Tech giant is partnering with the largest auto dealership chain in the US in its push to produce self-driving cars for wide use.
If lakes are not "disinfected" by the sun's UV rays, it could lead to an increase in waterborne pathogens, finds a study.
The FAA recently passed stringent restrictions on UAVs, forbidding flights from approaching up to 400 feet within over 100 military bases across US.
Tesla will not be able to produce the new Model 3 electric car as fast as originally promised. Full-scale production not expected now until 2018.
Chinese researchers have taken inspiration from jellyfish to create a kind of skin that can light up with varying brightness levels, denoting pain as a result of surface pressure.
A railless train running on electricity has begun trials in Zhuzhou. It is being touted as a cheap replacement for traditional rail services.
The new process allows data to be embedded into shirts, ties and other articles of clothing that can be constantly worn, washed and ironed.
Nasa has estimated the impact of atmospheric rivers on global climate, including rain, floods and droughts.