Bacteria seem to thrive in the Space Station and researchers find that most of them are harmless.
Satori can also exploit a recently discovered zero-day flaw, which the botnet has already used to infect two widely-used home routers.
Japan Airlines has invested $10m in a plan to reintroduce supersonic passenger flights, more than a decade after Concorde was pulled from service.
James Slaney, co-founder, Dubber, looks at how innovative cloud call recording and speech recognition can deliver efficiencies and improve the quality of care in the NHS.
Amazon is off to a rocky start in Australia after shoppers discovered pricing was not much different from regular shops.
A robot has learned to predict its movements a few seconds into the future, giving it enough time to constantly adjust itself as it carries out tasks.
Paul Duane's 10-year-old daughter, Gabi, wants to be an author and has already made an impact online with her interview with Coco the cat.
Many people slammed the senator's "tone-deaf" request just days after he voted in favour of the GOP's controversial tax reform bill.
As Apple, Samsung and Google battle each year with their top-end smartphones, the true threat to future devices could already be here.
"My arteries are clogging just reading about his diet," one Twitter user wrote
A new version of Google's Android mobile operating system will allow users with older phones to receive updates without slowing down.
Carbon-dioxide can be trapped away by these new plants that Breakthrough Prize winning biologist Joanne Chory has created in her lab.
US Air Force officials reportedly say that CHAMP could be operational within days, hinting that the microwave weapon could be used in an assault.
The weapon uses a magnetic field to fire projectiles at around 7,200kmph speed and annihilates targets as far as 160km away.
In their quest for a killer moment, business leaders often overlook simple opportunities to leverage digital technologies.