You’ve probably seen some of the studies and statistical projections from the World Bank, the U.S. Census Bureau, and other organizations that depict the massive global growth of the age-60-plus population
Yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission announced the first step in its plan to kill net neutrality — reversing the Title II classification of internet service providers. Doing so will remove
How the spaceships of Mass Effect: Andromeda were designed with physics and processing power in mind. Humans have yet to travel beyond our own star, or even beyond our planet's moon, but science fiction–books,
But what happens when we remove people from the equation? Machines thrum. Conveyors move components. A dog-size, self-driving cart hauls materials along a taped-off path. Here and there, a few people buttons,
Technology research firm Gartner claims that 85% of all customer interactions won't require human customer service reps by the end of this decade. You may be thinking creativity makes you robot proof,
Say hello to the BE-4 Private spaceflight company Blue Origin has finally assembled its first full-scale BE-4 rocket engine — the main engine the company plans to use to propel its future orbital rocket.
Battle of the bush turns deadly. They can thank their cat skills. A leopard cub started a fight with a giant rock python and the mother leopard ended it during a fierce battle in South Africa’s Kruger
NatWest customer Annette Jefferys was tricked into sending £17,500 to fraudsters after they were able to generate a genuine “activation code” for her online banking account. Exploiting a frightening weakness