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Apple has revealed a high-end smartphone with an "edge-to-edge" screen that has no physical home button.
Driving in a metropolis is never easy, but finding an open space can be more difficult in Chinese cities given that over half the demand for parking lots is not satisfied.
Instagram alerted verified users earlier this week about a security flaw that could give hackers access to their personal information. It told the users that it had fixed the issue.
Nigerian Oshi Agabi has unveiled a computer based not on silicon but on mice neurons at the TEDGlobal conference in Tanzania.
Imagine it. You wake up in the morning and your robot housekeeper makes your bed, cooks breakfast and cleans the floors.
When it comes to making machines to perform tasks that humans have done for years, the United States, China and India are far ahead of anyone else
Cambridge University scientists believe they have solved the puzzle of where the so-called 'Frankenstein' dinosaur, the Chilesaurus, fits in the dinosaur family tree.
More than 100 leading robotics experts are urging the United Nations to take action in order to prevent the development of "killer robots".
Union of Concerned Scientists has launched a tool for federal employees to report political meddling in science and research. It’s the latest way science advocates are responding to what they see as the Trump administration’s anti-science policies.