"Who's gonna tell her?" one Twitter user asked.
Geologists used a camera, a grinder and AI to make a 3D model of a rock.
Disney has announced that it will donate $1 million from the profits of Marvel's Black Panther to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
Researchers have described RedDrop as "one of the most sophisticated pieces of Android malware that we have seen in broad distribution".
The deal as of now is still 'informal', but the president wants two new 747s.
The Microsoft founder and tech billionaire's latest remarks have already triggered a wave of criticism from cryptocurrency fans, venture capitalists, developers and investors.
"This is the first time we have seen a modified Mirai capable of DDOS attacks as well as setting up proxy servers on vulnerable IoT devices," Fortinet researchers said.
The malware has been designed to make the infected system really slow and also shut down any other malware already in the system.
Asus has officially unveiled its new line of smartphones, and the design is very similar to the iPhone X.
A seemingly innocuous tweet has sparked a deep, meaningful debate on metaphysics (and donuts).
Alfie the dog has even been likened to Madonna. The video has over 38,000 likes.
The US Air Force has specified two classes of bombs – one 2,000 pounds and the other 500 pounds.
Niantic has detailed Pokémon Go's next Community Day, revealing that the three-hour event will take place in late March and focus on the very first Pokémon Bulbasaur.
"As soon as she's hit with a difficult question, suddenly she's a daughter," the Washington Post's Jenna Johnson tweeted.
An import tariff introduced by Donald Trump is saving the solar panel industry in the US, the president claims. The industry, however, says otherwise.
Eric Barone, the developer behind incredibly popular farming and life sim Stardew Valley has revealed he has a new "secret" project in the works.
A massive 6.5-inch iPhone X XL could be already in development at Apple, according to sources cited by Bloomberg.
The new state of matter is formed at highly cold temperatures, using atoms where an electron orbits the nucleus at a great distance.
EE customers have had their mobile internet restored after the company's service suffered major issues from around 7am to 10am on Tuesday (27 February).