The advert for the iPhone X shows a man running into the camera to represent the "strongest glass ever in a smartphone". Unfortunately, employees are doing the same thing.
Amazon will now be able to offer UFC fights on a pay-per-view basis as the online shopping giant aims to expand its coverage of live sport.
Apple has released a new advert for the iPhone that celebrates Australia legalising gay marriage, and it's a tear-jerker.
"I've been waiting for one last straw before closing my Facebook account," one person tweeted. "This VR Shooting Game at CPAC is it."
Sim only contract plans are becoming more popular as people start to buy phones outright. But should you jump on Virgin's new unlimited data offer?
The founder and CEO of Amazon is spending $42m to build a giant clock inside a mountain in Texas.
Nasa spent eight years modifying a structure that took only two years to build.
New tanks are expected to give the Super Hornets an additional 300 miles of flight and fight — without additional radar noise.
Trophy APS protects tanks by firing at the threat and destroying them before they reach the tank.
The Tesla is headed for an orbit between Mars and the asteroid belt.
The Su-35 is one of Russia's most dangerous fighters and is waiting for a major upgrade soon.
The next-gen stealth bomber is expected to arrive in the mid 2020s.
Elon Musk's next drone ship will be used on the east coast to handle landings at Cape Canaveral. SpaceX uses drone ships as landing pads for their Falcon 9 rocket cores in the sea.
The launch, in which a Falcon 9 rocket will carry a 1350 kg Paz satellite and two 400 kg Starlink demo satellites into to a 514km Sun-Synchronous Orbit, is set for 17 February.
Tesla seems to be prioritising more expensive versions of the car to the cheaper base variant.
The Falcon Heavy will be the world's most powerful rocket ever launched.
Elon Musk's battery has proved its worth to South Australia which now wants to build a massive solar grid.
While Boeing has not mentioned any name so far, the hypersonic jet might bear the name Valkyrie II, Popular Mechanics reported.
Four storage centres for their Bulava ICBMs have also been built.
It disables anti-tank missiles and RPGs by firing at it, point blank before the vehicle is impacted.