One in four Europeans want artificial intelligence — not politicians — to be making important decisions about how their country is run. In the UK and Germany, the proportion is even higher: one in three.
Electric car startup Piëch Automotive, named for legendary Volkswagen executive (and grandson of the founder of Porsche) Ferdinand Piëch, arrived at the Geneva Motor Show this week with an electric supercar
KYOTO, Japan, March 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Following last year's reveal of Nidec's fully integrated traction motor system E-Axle and the announcement that the product will be adopted by the Aion
Electric vehicles are easier on the environment than their gasoline-powered counterparts, but their long charging times and the scarcity of charging stations can make life hard for the eco-conscious motorists
• Official says North Korea has no interest in ‘one-sided’ talks with US • State news agency warns US over ‘provocative’ military exercises North Korea has abruptly cancelled high-level talks with Seoul
Sadiq Khan is using the Leave campaign's slogan to argue for a more independent London - Business Insider
London mayor Sadiq Khan wants London to be given more autonomy from central government following the UK's vote last week to leave the European Union, saying that the city needs to "take back control."
There is a robot waiting in line to get an iPhone 6S outside an Apple Store in Australia - Business Insider
There is a robot currently waiting in line to buy an iPhone 6S at the Apple Store in Sydney, Australia, according to Mashable. Yes, a robot is waiting in line to buy another robot. Instead of waiting in
The "blockchain" is the technology that underpins bitcoin, a digital currency whose proponents say will revolutionise global finance. And that technology is now coming to Wall Street. The Wall Street reports
Uber doesn't usually make acquisitions, let alone get into bidding wars. But the ride-hailing juggernaut has submitted a bid to buy Nokia's mapping product, Here, according to the New York Times. Nokia's
In the summer of 1970, French photographer Jack Garofalo (1923-2004) spent six weeks in Harlem, NYC shooting a series of photos for the cover story of Paris Match magazine. His candid street shots document
Shares in Apple touch-screen glass supplier Lens Technology soared by their daily limit for a second day on Thursday after their debut at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on Wednesday, adding $315 million the
In 2011, Gabi Mann was a four-year-old in Seattle with a habit of dropping her food. A chicken nugget might fall off her lap while she’s getting out of the car, and Gabi wouldn’t pick it up. Instead, crows
Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc is on a mission to capture portraits of women from every country in the world in order to shed light on the beauty that exists everywhere. A little over two years ago,