Trump suggests making border wall solar-powered
Trump suggests making border wall solar-powered
Miriam Griffin - Jun 24, 2017
The wall was one of his signature campaign promises, but so far he has not been able to scrape together the estimated $8 billion to $12 billion it would take to complete the 1,933 miles-long structure.
Google AI bests the world's number-one human Go player Google AI bests the world's number-one human Go player
Vicky Webb - May 26, 2017
Twenty years after a supercomputer won a chess game against a human world champion, a Google-owned artificial-intelligence system has outdone the world's top human in the board game Go.
Wi-Fi signals can let hackers see into your house Wi-Fi signals can let hackers see into your house
Jason Spencer - May 10, 2017
The hack could also be used to locate people buried by avalanches or earthquakes.
Lockheed's fusion reactor in trouble Lockheed's fusion reactor in trouble
Tracy Williams - May 07, 2017
An updated technical report shows that the firm's reactor is 100 times larger than originally planned, and weighs a massive 2,000 tons.
Apple could be banned from importing iPhones to the U.S Apple could be banned from importing iPhones to the U.S
Billy Kirk - May 07, 2017
In the court filing, Apple said it had been overcharged billions of dollars through what it termed as Qualcomm's "illegal scheme."
North Korea could mark military birthday with missile test North Korea could mark military birthday with missile test
Ian Marsh - Apr 26, 2017
South Korea was bracing for a possible show of strength from North Korea to commemorate the 85th anniversary of the Korean People's Army on Tuesday.
Simulation done to see the response to nuclear attack Simulation done to see the response to nuclear attack
James Smith - Apr 21, 2017
US Scientists are conducting a massive computer simulation to work out how the city of New York would respond to a nuclear attack in the heart of Manhattan.
President Trump still insists Obama wired his New York Office President Trump still insists Obama wired his New York Office
Adam Widmer - Mar 18, 2017
Donald Trump has continued to defend his allegations that his New York offices were wiretapped by the Obama administration.
Japan Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster safe after six years Japan Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster safe after six years
Tyler Henderson - Mar 14, 2017
Six years after the Japan Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster, scientists now say that it is now safe to return.
BMW AG has reported its weakest profitability since 2010 BMW AG has reported its weakest profitability since 2010
Clint Huston - Mar 10, 2017
BMW AG has reported its weakest profitability since 2010, bringing to a close a tepid year for Chief Executive Officer Harald Krueger
Google has moved past the planning stage for its futuristic new campus Google has moved past the planning stage for its futuristic new campus
Billy Kirk - Mar 09, 2017
Google has moved past the planning stage for its futuristic new campus after receiving critical approvals from the Mountain View City Council on Tuesday.
Comey says there is no privacy for Americans Comey says there is no privacy for Americans
Aaron Sims - Mar 08, 2017
U.S. FBI Director, James Comey admitted that there is no privacy in the United States of America.
Yahoo, Gmail users are being advised to check their security settings Yahoo, Gmail users are being advised to check their security settings
Aaron Sims - Mar 08, 2017
Yahoo and Gmail users are being advised to check their security settings after a huge load of accounts were reportedly put up for sale on the dark web.
Two journalists killed during Facebook Live broadcast Two journalists killed during Facebook Live broadcast
Josh Curlee - Feb 16, 2017
Google cofounder criticizes US travel ban Google cofounder criticizes US travel ban
Aaron Sims - Jan 31, 2017
Google co-founder, Sergey Brin, gave a speech decrying the new United States of America travel ban.
Donald Trump still using personal Android phone despite potential security risks Donald Trump still using personal Android phone despite potential security risks
Dirk Trudeau - Jan 27, 2017
Androids are considered very easy to hack, and that is what is causing jitters to Trump's security team and close aides.
Advanced biometric features predicted in iPhone 8 Advanced biometric features predicted in iPhone 8
Jose Jefferies - Jan 23, 2017
The phone will also commemorate Apple's 10th anniversary, and as usual, alleged leakages are already flooding on social media and news outlets of the features of the new iPhone.
Samsung finds out why the Galaxy Note 7 exploded Samsung finds out why the Galaxy Note 7 exploded
Jason Spencer - Jan 17, 2017
The statement of the inquiry results will be closely monitored with the launch of the Galaxy S8 in the horizon.
Homeland Security warns of cybersecurity threat in heart implants Homeland Security warns of cybersecurity threat in heart implants
Carmelo Sheppard - Jan 11, 2017
The U.S. Homeland Security Department announced a cybersecurity warning concerning a brand of heart implants.
Happy birthday iPhone Happy birthday iPhone
Jose Jefferies - Jan 10, 2017
Over the past years, they have been sluggish and released phones too similar to other brands or their previous brands.
Apple's CEO Cook Given pay cut as sales slump Apple's CEO Cook Given pay cut as sales slump
Sarah Webb - Jan 09, 2017
The compensation package went from $10.3 million for the past year to $8.7 million for the fiscal year that ended in September.
Scientists create a self-healing material in robotics Scientists create a self-healing material in robotics
Sarah Webb - Dec 30, 2016
Chao Wang, a University of California, Riverside Professor, has added a more interesting aspect to Prof. Christoph's research by adding a self-healing material to robots.