By Declan HarveyNewsbeat reporter People who use "hook-up" apps to meet for casual sex must ensure their partner is above the age of consent, the National Crime Agency is warning. It follows a reported
Samsung is exploring the possibility of integrating eye scanning technology into its next smartphone Samsung's forthcoming Galaxy S5 could feature eye scanning technology, according to reports, in a move
OXFORD, England (Reuters) - Britain’s farm minister called on the European Union to approve a strain of genetically modified maize in a vote later this month, saying such a move was supported by scientific
Mike Power, author of Drugs 2.0, explains how simple it was to create a legal high. "You can ban drugs, but you can't ban chemistry," Mike Power, author of Drugs 2.0, explains in this talk at the HIT Topics
Nature spent millions of years perfecting flapping-wing flight. Now engineers can reproduce it with machines. Five years ago, Richard Guiler and Tom Vaneck were sitting at a bar a few blocks from their
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The technology in Iron Man is getting a step closer to reality thanks to the United States military. The Army has commissioned a Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, which would provide the wearer with
Despite its nasty streak, Grand Theft Auto is an artistic triumph for its British developers Since its debut in 1997, the Grand Theft Auto franchise has been one of the powerhouses of video game culture.
When it comes to both fashion and firepower, it's fair to say that Tony Stark is Marvel Universe's ultimate suited and booted Super Hero. And with Marvel’s Iron Man 3, his weaponised wardrobe gets an that's
The second Kickstarter-funded, Android-powered gaming console to arrive this year -- PlayJam's GameStick -- is being delayed once again, this time to October 29th. Folks who backed the game console on
Submitting a résumé written in Klingon language from Star Trek, or trying to pass your video gaming accomplishments as leadership experience probably won’t land you the job–but it will, however, grab potential
Last spring, my children – in grades kindergarten through seventh – spent part of their school day hunkered behind a school table while an adult pretending to be an "active shooter" knocked on the door.
"Demo or die." That's the unofficial motto of Meta and it's a bedrock principle espoused by Raymond Lo, the company's CTO. Lo spent a decade under the tutelage of Professor Steve Mann (known to many as