Contrary to popular belief, creating convincing visual effects isn’t just about sitting behind a monitor in a dark office for eight months straight.
All going well, a satellite will be stationed behind the moon and provide a communications link that will help scientists land on and explore the lunar far side.
Results from one of the largest datasets ever produced by a citizen science ham radio experiment have confirmed that eclipses contribute towards the temporary thinning of the ionosphere.
Musk has finally revealed the literal rocks he wants to sell you, and he's very excited about them.
We could all use a little more time in the day, and your smartphone apps are here to help you.
There’s a new challenger in the music streaming space.
Snap’s stock price is now hovering around its lowest point ever since the company went public last year, and one man is reportedly to blame.
The hacker group built and distributed various Android apps designed to harvest data from the devices of defectors, including photos, texts, and contacts.
Google removed its preferred moral orientation from its code of conduct early last month.
The delectable aroma of a freshly-popped tub of Play-Doh is now officially owned by the largest toy maker in the world.
We just want to make sure our small, slimy buddy is going to be okay.
Turning Karl Marx’s landmark work into a graphic novel might seem like an odd idea, but Martin Rowson’s lush illustrations bring Marx’s ideas to life in a number of beautifully macabre ways.
The tech reportedly provides teachers with real-time data on students, whose “moods” are categorised as surprised, sad, antipathy, angry, happy, afraid, or neutral.
'I was like, "You know I’ve read the scripts, right? I do know what happens and that’s not what happens.'"
This Saturday, NASA will test a new method that could restore the drill’s critical jackhammering capability, and by consequence, the rover’s ability to analyse Martian rock samples.
It’s a rare glimpse at the people and their technologies that are working to make sure that Disney’s animation history is around for generations to come.