Centuries-old process of releasing defendants on bail, long the province of judicial discretion, gets help courtesy of artificial intelligence.
The android that looks like a native of Japan will will use its artificial intelligence to read out news pieces put together by human curators.
China reportedly has enough nuclear weapons to deter "bullying" by other nations but claimed that it would adhere to the "no first use" policy.
The accidental glitch comes just a few weeks after the £3.1bn ship, UK's most expensive ever, suffered a major leak due to a faulty seal on the propeller shaft.
Darpa announced a new programme which aims to deploy thousands of small intelligent floating sensors designed to gather information from the deepest reaches of the ocean.
Billionaire tech magnate announced the sale of flamethrowers by The Boring Company, and 7,000 have already flown off the shelves.
A few minutes of UV light application and you could re-colour your iPhone case to match it with your attire.
The bomb, which is cased in a structure that is 20 feet long and has a diameter of 31.5 inches, weighs 30,000 pounds and is heavier than an F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
"When the zombie apocalypse happens, you'll be glad you bought a flamethrower," Elon Musk hilariously tweeted.
The massive backup battery recently responded to a crisis at a power plant in milliseconds – setting a record in delivering clean energy.
The images from the Stylist photoshoot show a dazzling Sophia donning various attires with a blonde hairdo.
The 240-page Voynich manuscript contains unknown symbols and an unknown language but no human being has been able to decipher its meaning.
The AARGM-ER will be a supersonic cruise missile that can be launched from the air.
Nasa's Gold mission will learn how charged waves of magnetism and hurricanes down on Earth affect the upper atmosphere.
As Middle Eastern operations wind down, the Navy Seals are getting back to the sea amid growing threats from North Korea.