Mobile ID verification technology has the potential to help give the unbanked access to financial services and help stop fraud in times of disaster.
Technology in all forms has fuelled a competitive advantage for retailers throughout the history of commerce
Though the entire exploit starts and ends in a split second, it can be seen in incredible detail thanks to a super slow motion camera.
The deal as of now is still 'informal', but the president wants two new 747s.
Henry, the male sex robot, has a British accent and can remember lines to your favourite songs and poems.
War in space will not look as good as Star Wars, rather, it will simply wipe out communications, destabilise economies and create clouds of high speed debris.
The army will set aside over $50 million for the development of the new Expanded Mission Area Missile (EMAM).
Light, fast and highly capable, the Mwari could join the USAF soon.
Global warming could cause the Svalbard Global Seed Vault to flood and these upgrades are countermeasures.
The craft features a unique four-winged design to reduce turbulence and drag at ultra-fast speeds.
Scientists used satellites, machine learning and ship-tracking tech to shed light on the extent of commercial fishing worldwide.
A developer used augmented reality platform Unity and simulated the entire scene with a few critical twists.
The new Darpa research programme aims to tap into sea creatures' "natural sensing capabilities" to monitor adversaries' naval activities.
The Nasa-backed project could ultimately improve efficiency of the astronauts on deep-space missions.
The first mission of the vehicle will be an uncrewed flight to the far side of the moon sometime in 2020.
The founder and CEO of Amazon is spending $42m to build a giant clock inside a mountain in Texas.
A billion particles trapped in a vacuum inside a container that is just above absolute zero will be moved between labs.
A high school student has taken it upon himself to reduce the number of deaths in school shootings.
These lasers deliver enough power to charge a phone just as fast as a normal USB cable would.
Astronauts can live in the suit for six days without taking it off. Food and waste will remain in the suit.