Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said he will force Apple to manufacture their products in the US instead of China if he is elected.
Speaking at Liberty University, a Christian university in Virginia which was founded by evangelical preacher Jerry Falwell in 1971, Trump told a crowd of students and reporters that he would make
A flower has bloomed in the zero gravity of space for the first time ever.
US astronaut Scott Kelly announced the historic news that a zinnia plant had flowered on the International Space Station (ISS) on his Twitter account, along with a photograph of an orange, 13-petalled flower.
“First ever flower grown in space makes its debut!
new app called QUiPP could help doctors to better identify women at risk of giving birth prematurely. The app, developed at King's College London, was tested in two studies of high-risk women being monitored at ante-natal clinics.
Worldwide 15 million babies are born preterm (before 37 weeks) each year and over a million of these die of
By now, Samsung already has half a dozen wearables under its belt. That means there's an opportunity to make half a dozen more! We don’t know how many Samsung has planned for this year, but a certain fitness tracker has been leaked to be Samsung's next big thing in wearables. Nicknamed "Triathlon", the wearable strangely looks more
Anonymous has begun a “trolling day” against Isis, which largely consists of sharing mocking memes.
The group promised a “day of rage” on 11 December. That activity has begun, without thousands of posts being shared by accounts affiliated with Anonymous.
Anonymous has been taking on Isis for months, and stepped up that
Motoring giant Ford says it has conducted successful tests of its driverless cars in snowy conditions.The company said it had been running sensor tests for more than a year, but was now driving autonomous cars in a controlled, snowy environment.Snow presents a challenge to driverless cars because the sensors they use to detect road markings and
An "intelligent" toilet that opens when you approach it and self-cleans with every flush is on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.It also cleans the user with an aerated wand, which delivers warm water and warm air "from a seated position", a spokeswoman said.Despite a $9,800 (£6,704) price tag, more than 40 million
The White House has introduced new initiatives to combat recruitment of Americans to extremist groups like the so-called Islamic State.Among a raft of measures is the creation of a new task force to counter the online propaganda of terror groups.The announcement comes as administration officials meet leaders from Silicon Valley to discuss ways
ISIS may keep blowing up historical landmarks in the Middle East, but now technology is fighting back. Starting in April, 3D-printed replicas of the 2,000-year-old Arch of Palmyra, which was fortunate to have survived complete obliteration during an ISIS rampage through Syria last summer, will begin showing up in London and New York.The Institute
A power blackout in Ukraine over Christmas and a destructive cyberattack on a major Ukrainian media company were caused by the same malware from the same major hacking group, known as Sandworm, according to security researchers at Symantec.
The blackout, which affected large parts of western Ukraine, is believed to be the first example of a power