For both eVTOL and speeder bikes alike If Uber is to get its “flying taxi” service off the ground, it will need dozens of launchpads and landing sites on rooftops around cities as a supportive infrastructure.
(CNN) — The Yale University police officers who were called to investigate a napping black graduate student ultimately admonished the white student who had contacted police in the first place, a Yale president
The Lockheed F-22 Raptor has been a very dominant plane for the United States. Combining high performance, effective stealth, and lethal weapons, the 183 Raptors currently in the US fleet have been international
Robotic arms made the operation possible. Surgical robots are capable of feats that even the most skilled doctors can't manage, and the University of Pennsylvania just offered a textbook example. The has
Looking to upgrade your iPhone in 2018? Apple's plans are becoming clearer. A major revamp of its iPhones is coming, but now new leaks have revealed what Apple will change and what it will not… Let’s them
A scheme to rewild marshland east of Amsterdam has been savaged by an official report and sparked public protest after deer, horses and cattle died over the winter It is known as the Dutch Serengeti, bold
Google launched its shiny new version of Gmail yesterday. The email client has received a design overhaul, offering a little more color and softer shapes. Despite this, the new look still maintains the
A team of scientists recently revealed they’d successfully conducted experiments on hundreds of pigs that involved keeping their brains alive for up to 36 hours after the animals had been decapitated.
(CNN) — Stars sparkle across a deep blue sky at Emas National Park in Brazil. A glowing termite mound illuminates the night. Below the structure, an anteater creeps forward. This is the scene captured
Supposedly, Facebook is about keeping in touch, but in reality it’s keeping score Even before Facebook was a menace to global politics, it was a source of personal terror: the terror of waking up to photos
Washington (CNN) — The White House medical unit frequently functioned as a "grab and go" clinic where mid-level staffers to the most senior officials could obtain prescription drugs without being examined
Virtual assistants aren’t really a new technology, but over the past couple of years, they’ve become more and more important to our daily lives. Amazon had a big head start with its Alexa platform, but
An invitational tournament will kick off the trade show. Nintendo released its plans for the upcoming E3 video game trade show and they're all about the recently announced Super Smash Bros. game for Switch.
Five years in, things are starting to happen. Plenty has happened in the five years since Elon Musk first published his white paper on a system he called hyperloop. Since releasing that manifesto to the
Dalio, the chairman of the world’s largest hedge fund, has a new book out called “Principles: Life and Work.” Over more than four decades, Ray Dalio has built Bridgewater Associates into the largest hedge
We’ve recently seen a number of interesting approaches to improving low-resolution images using machine learning, including ones from researchers at Google, and at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent
How limestone, rocks, and volcanic ash built the modern world. The story of concrete is so ancient that we don't even know when and where it begins. It is a story of discovery, experimentation, and mystery.
Stress. Yes, we all have it. And yes, you can manage it like a boss. How's your stress level? Well, whatever it is, know that it's human to stress. But the good news is that we can manage it, and certainly
Without apology or even a trace of sheepishness, Travis Lett confessed to being a thief. Of course, the only person this pensive chef ever steals from is himself. At Gjelina, his Los Angeles restaurant
Learning Excel isn't just for finance professionals, it can boost anyone's productivity at work — here’s how
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The breakthrough could be useful for everything from stealth to acoustics. Humanity is still some distance away from a real, honest-to-goodness invisibility cloak, but British scientists are that much