Hundreds of experts sign letter demanding militaries ban development of autonomous weapons
New images and data changes our understanding of the distant dwarf planet
As the New Horizons spacecraft closes in on the icy dwarf planet Pluto and its system of moons, astronomers are learning more than ever about this distant family of bodies.
Microsoft has added Wunderlist, the app that has more than than 13 million customers to its software repertoire.
With less than 5 percent of Uganda's population being able access to electricity, a unique idea from an engineering student is paving the way to open more access for others in Uganda.
The NASA Hubble telescope has captured images of a star cannibalizing a star companion.
Apple, Google, Facebook have written an open letter to the White House asking the White House to reject proposals requiring encryption weaknesses for authorities
A purely Emirati team composed of 150 engineers and scientists will work on a mission to send an unmanned probe to Mars in 2021
Bad weather forced private spaceflight company SpaceX to postpone a daring reusable rocket landing test on Monday (April 13) by at least 24 hours, a delay that also pushed back the delivery of fresh cargo to the International Space Station for NASA.
Hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight has covered 60 percent of search area.
Scientists at Europe's nuclear research centre CERN said on Sunday they had restarted their Large Hadron Collider (LHC) "Big Bang" machine after a two-year refit, launching a new bid to resolve some of the mysteries of the universe.
The world's only solar-powered plane and its team will stay two days in Ahmedabad before taking off for the third leg of the journey to Varanasi.
Population losses suffered by the charismatic butterfly stem from destruction of milkweed plants they depend on to lay their eggs and nourish hatching larvae although the rise is too slight to reduce the extinction threat. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said last month the popular orange-and-black butterfly may warrant federal Endangered Species Act protections.
A new Google study reveals the treacherous habits of professional email hijackers
An unmanned rocket exploded shortly after takeoff Tuesday evening on in U.S.
The weapon is part of a program to create a missile that will destroy targets anywhere on Earth within an hour of getting data and permission to launch.
The operating system would first appear on desktop devices and later extend to smartphone and other mobile devices, Xinhua said
U.S. cybersecurity firm says that it uncovered some 1.2 billion Internet logins and passwords amassed by a Russian crime ring, the largest known collection of such stolen data.
The NSA spent months "soul-searching" and now plans to engage with the media
The "right to be forgotten" has divided experts and pitted privacy campaigners against defenders of free speech, who argue that the ruling will lead to people whitewashing their past.
"Bomb Gaza," developed by PlayFTW and still available as an app on Facebook, simulates the on-going attacks by Israel to Gaza