Bots have recently stopped being science fiction and started being something more like DIY. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Chatbots have taken the marketing world by storm.
Furious negotiations to prevent a Greece from defaulting are ongoing in Brussels—though worries about a “Grexit” from the eurozone continue. The scariest quote for the world economy this week came from
The world is losing groundwater, fast. That is the conclusion of a new study published by researchers at NASA, which drew on satellite data to quantify the stresses on aquifers. The researchers found over
Eurogroup agrees to develop first “detailed and credible” plan from Athens in five months of wrangling to help avert bankruptcy Greece’s eurozone creditors have raised the prospect of an agreement to off
New research pushes aluminium batteries as the next generation technology to revolutionise mobile devices, but what else could finally make smartphones last more than a day New research by Stanford University
Paris' most iconic monument goes green The Eiffel Tower’s iron-clad frame turned slightly greener last week, with the installation of two new wind turbines along its lower deck. Perched some 400 feet the
The low-cost airline business model has only been around for a couple of decades, but it has developed a major presence in the airline business. According to PWC, low-cost airlines account for more than
Bank of America Merrill Lynch's researchers have published the historical bond yields of the biggest European economies, going back to when records first began. Bond yields refer to the return an investor
Ginger Software, makers of Ginger Keyboard for Android, has today released an update that makes it easy to quickly switch between different apps on your device, directly from your keyboard. Dubbed the
From the looks of it, LG's G Watch Urbane is everything the G Watch R should've been. It's got the same circular display, but this one's housed in a far classier all-metal body. LG just posted a new video
Users running the latest version of Android can now change simple settings with simple voice commands, hands-free. Google Now has long supported voice commands for jumping to device settings like Wi-Fi,
"Christ the Redeemer"is one of the most recognizable pieces of art in the world, and yet a perfect replica of the 38-meter high statue does not exist. The technology wasn't around when the statue was designed
Google had a big start in mobile payments, but it’s now scrambling to offer a coherent answer to Apple Pay, a service that’s just months old, but is already dominating contactless payments. And that’s
We feel that we are in control when our brains figure out puzzles or read words, says Tom Stafford, but a new experiment shows just how much work is going on underneath the surface of our conscious minds.
In October, scientists set out to do something unprecedented – conduct a drugs trial during an epidemic to find a treatment for a lethal disease. Could they make history and change the way we deal with
New research starts to explain why some people feel nauseous on cars, boats, buses, and carnival rides, while others don't. The wide expanse of blue water that covers most of this world holds many mysteries.
A four-bed semi in Derby has been converted into a training facility for would-be forensic investigators. Christopher Middleton minds his step. From the outside, it looks like any other suburban house.
Changes to Facebook’s “real name” policy have failed to stop users from being suspended from the site, leading activists to renew their push to have the tech giant change its policy. Dana Lone Hill, a
Predictions for the future of Google’s online video service, from sports rights and games to co-viewing and voice recognition YouTube’s first video may have been uploaded on 23 April 2005, but the website’s
Psychologists and neuroscientists have an unlikely ally in their quest to understand human nature: professional magicians. “I’m going to flip through here and I want you to glance at a card in the middle,”
US regulators are considering mandating that companies ramp up online protections, but analysts warn there is no immediate cure-all When a burglar breaks into a home, changing the locks or otherwise shoring
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The conceptual London Underline would offer pedestrians and cyclists an alternate route through central London. London commuters could one day ditch the Tube for a different kind of underground transportation