Last month I reported how the April Windows 10 “Patch Tuesday” updates were freezing some computers during the update process itself and preventing others from rebooting afterwards. Now it appears that
Helicopters aren’t easy to fly. Consider this: a pilot operating a helicopter in hover mode, without an autopilot, literally cannot take their hands, or feet, off the controls, or it could quickly crash.
The link between depression and the body’s inflammatory response continues getting stronger, with more research showing an ever-tighter correlation. Whether inflammation causes depression has been difficult
Ma Jun has encouraged the government to disclose environmental information—and gave people access to it. More than a million people in China died from the effects of ambient air pollution in 2016, according
GENEVA/LONDON (Reuters) - An unmanned Iranian boat skips over the waves at full speed and rams into a U.S. aircraft carrier, sending up an orange fireball and plumes of smoke. FILE PHOTO: Iranian Revolutionary
The U.S. Navy’s stealthy new first-of-its-kind destroyer will incinerate targets with lasers, fire advanced weapons to destroy moving targets at sea and use upgraded interceptor missiles to track and approaching
The owners of the property want to keep their identities and location hidden for fear of fossil hunters. A teenager searching for arrowheads on a family friend's farm in Iowa has found the fossil of a
The 5G wireless technology now being introduced by phone companies promises to bring a world of innovations to mobile service -- from connected appliances to self-driving cars -- just as cable transformed
Iran’s most prominent military leader has recently met Iraqi militias in Baghdad and told them to “prepare for proxy war”, the Guardian has learned. Two senior intelligence sources said that Qassem Suleimani,
(CNN) — The blue light in LED lighting that is increasingly used in our homes can damage the eye's retina while disturbing our biological and sleep rhythms, a French health authority warned in a new report.
Every year a pop-up city is built at the foot of the world's tallest mountain. Hundreds of international mountaineers journey to Mount Everest each spring hoping to make a successful ascent of the world’s
Since the industrial era, plants have been binging on carbon, but scientists worry they might soon have their fill. All the shrubs, vines, and trees that surround you play a critical part in pulling excess
The UK shares America’s assessment of a “heightened threat” of attacks by Iran, Jeremy Hunt said Thursday, as he tried to bring an end to days of transatlantic division over the issue. The government raised
Humans have been drinking fermented concoctions since the beginning of recorded time. But despite that long relationship with alcohol, we still don’t know what exactly the molecule does to our brains create
If upheld, a lawsuit by environmentalists in India could lead to millions of Adivasi being displaced from their ancestral lands. According to the last census, exactly 649,481 rural communities, hamlets,