Roger Shawyer has published detailed concept designs for the third generation of the EmDrive.
EmDrive inventor Roger Shawyer excited that Salvation is featuring controversial space propulsion tech.
Startup Kano has come a long way since its first buildable computer launched on Kickstarter.
Bots linked to Russia have stepped up efforts to target Republican party members, say political activists.
NUS is researching quantum encryption, quantum communications, atomic clocks and quantum thermodynamics.
Tech giants pay senior software engineers huge amounts of money to stop them from going somewhere else.
US Army memo seeks immediate cease in using all DJI drone products due to undisclosed operational risks.
A man advertised his ex-girlfriend for sale for NZ$1 on a Facebook page with thousands of members.
Is it actually possible to AirDrop photos between iPhones located 1,000ft away from each other?
The Turing Trust is urgently seeking more partners to support its programmes in several African nations.
Man charged with using cyberattacks to coerce US, Canadian and Australian news sites to take down articles.
Huawei sold almost as many Android phones as Apple sold iPhones in the second quarter of 2017.
LO3 Energy wants to enable people to make peer-to-peer energy transactions with other users across the grid.
Fanny the sex doll is proving to be far more popular than real prostitutes at a brothel in Austria.
Cryptocurrency mining firms scrambling for graphics cards as AMD share prices rise by 10%.
Academic journals "doomed" as the "Pirate Bay for Scientists" grows bigger, says data analyst.
Teenager arrest incident highlights need for ethical hacking legal framework in Hungary.
Microsoft is pushing topological qubit research to help realise physical quantum computers.
A product vendor says Amazon bumps up prices normally, then lowers them artificially on Prime Day.
Using artificial intelligence together with facial recognition is now a huge burgeoning industry in China.
Tor exit node operator Dmitry Bogatov, accused of inciting violence, has been released from jail.
The UK government now wants drone owners to register and undergo mandatory pilot safety training.
A High Court ruling reveals that Kim Dotcom was spied on for two months longer than the NZ government admitted.
Apple has patched a critical iOS security vulnerability that enables a hacker to remotely hijack iPhones.
Police in Maryland have used drones to locate stolen goods and provide evidence for investigations.
Scammers want to trick prospective Newcastle University students into paying tuition fees on a phishing site.
HBO is monitoring torrent swarms and contacting ISPs in a crackdown on Game of Thrones online piracy.
"Frigid" sex robots and robots that emulate children are encouraging sexual abuse, experts warn.
Quantum mechanical particles are able to move in the opposite direction to their momentum.
Transport for London is testing out a 4G mobile internet network for emergency services on the Underground.