Amazon has made no secret that it wants to start an aerial delivery service using drones and is continuing to invest in the idea. In its latest move, the company has released a video ...
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While the "Sherlock" Victorian special, "The Abominable Bride," gets closer to its January 2016 airdate, we present the facts, another trailer and a stockpile of photos to decipher any hints.
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Sat 28 Nov 15 from Engadget
The wealthiest man in the world, Bill Gates, will announce on Monday a massive private-government partnership for a new clean energy research fund. This is reportedly the biggest research and ...
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For better or worse, the poop emoji is sure to go down as a symbol of 2015, nay, of this entire decade. The happy swirl-o-shit has already inspired fashion designers and artists , so it was ...
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Children’s toy maker VTech recently revealed that personal data belonging to nearly five million customers was compromised in a security breach that took place on November 14.
Sat 28 Nov 15 from Techspot
The National Security Agency's long-running mass phone surveillance program is coming to an end. As promised, the USA Freedom Act will forbid the NSA from indiscriminately collecting ...
Sat 28 Nov 15 from Engadget
A new X-ray analysis of inner ears is the latest to weigh in on whether modern snakes descended from a burrowing or a swimming reptile.
Fri 27 Nov 15 from ScienceNews
A new racing championship will do away with drivers. Roborace will pit driverless electric cars against each other in a round-the-world series. It will provide a competitive platform ...
Fri 27 Nov 15 from Gizmag
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