If human beings could mimic the way plants make their own fuel, it's not a stretch to say that Earth's energy needs could be solved.
All this time, a rather simple Twitter bug could have caused chaos on the platform.
Modern day smartphones may shudder at the mere thought of being dropped but for the Nokia 3310, it was just another day at the office. First released at the turn of the millennium, the impenetrable candy bar handset wowed owners with interchangeable covers and its integrated antenna, a rarity for phones during that time. Show More Summary
A team has finally uncovered the mechanism Volkswagen use to cheat emissions tests on models including Jetta, Beetle and Golf.
Sometimes we hack for the thrill of making something new, and sometimes we hack to push back the dark veil of ignorance to shed fresh light on a problem. And sometimes, like when turning a used label printer into a point-of-sale receipt...Show More Summary
“It’s time to more aggressively pursue holistic Data Management,” says David Friedland, IRI VP of Business Development. “Marshalling all your data together in a centralized area,” so that everyone whose activities require access to it can perform their work in a less siloed and more shared way. Show More Summary
The client is a U.S.-based Signage Service provider with business services that include signage design and installation. The client partnered with Elegant MicroWeb for WordPress Development of a flexible, scalable website that wouldShow More Summary
For years, Google was happy to be a software company. It built the apps and services by other companies on their devices, and it the model worked well for Google. Its search engine is overwhelmingly the most popular way to find information online. Show More Summary
Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. 1. The former CEO of Ve Interactive, an ad tech unicorn which fell apart spectacularly earlier this year, is being investigated over claims he spent £11.5 million of company money propping up his other ventures. Show More Summary
DocPlanner, which lets you book an appointment with a doctor online, has raised €15 million (£13 million) in a Series D round led by London's One Peak Partners, and existing investors Target Global and Enern Investments. The round brings...Show More Summary
The G5S Plus is also said to arrive with a 5.5-inch 1080p display and dual home button/fingerprint scanner.
Click to learn more about author David Schlesinger. Wait! I promise – no math! Really! How encryption happens is not your job, and you may be excused from knowing the algorithms, remembering who discovered what, and why there is a secret key. Show More Summary
by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, “Zignal Labs unveiled new Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities that enable corporate communications and marketing professionals to make faster and more informed decisions. Powered...Show More Summary
In April, a JetBlue Airways crew called airport police to meet a man who they said continued to record a selfie video during a security-sensitive time in flight, while the cockpit door was opened. With airline customer service in decline,...Show More Summary
Dreams can become reality if you’re willing to work hard and take risks. Sometimes that means walking away and leaving your comfortable life behind for a time while you adjust to your new circumstances. Other times, it means starting...Show More Summary
For nearly 200 years, braille has been vital in aiding the blind and visually impaired engage with the world. Learning braille is fundamental in helping legally blind children reach literacy levels so they can compete with their sighted...Show More Summary
Spivak and Kent (2011). Ologs: A categorical framework for knowledge representation: In this paper we introduce the olog, or ontology log, a category-theoretic model for knowledge representation (KR). Grounded in formal mathematics, ologs can be rigorously formulated and cross-compared in ways that other KR models (such as semantic networks) cannot. Show More Summary
Planets sort of look like big basketballs in space, floating around aimlessly. Sometimes they have rings. Other times, they look like gnocchi. More or less, to the average stargazer, planets have roughly the same shape -- but a pair of scientists has just thrown a most delicious curveball into this whole equation. Apparently, doughnut planets might be a thing. More »
Worldwide smartphone sales climbed 9.1 percent to 380 million units in first-quarter 2017, driven by Chinese vendors such as Huawei and Oppo offering competitive price-points for feature-packed phones.
The renewable energy sector employed 9.8 million people worldwide in 2016, almost twice as many as in 2012, the Abu Dhabi-based International Renewable Energy Agency said on Wednesday.