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A research team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Monday shared a drone prototype, which would be able to both drive and fly. “The ability to both fly and drive is useful in environme
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Vodafone will offer one year of free Netflix subscription with some tiers of the RED postpaid plan.
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“Black Lightning” stars Nafessa Williams and China Anne McClain revealed that they would like to do a crossover with other DC superhero series on The CW. During an interview with DC All Access at the
Researchers came across the new species during a visit to a remote part of the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. It joins just two parrots from the Amazon parrot family to be found only in Mexico.
Today’s employees demand flexibility in terms of where and when they work and want a choice over the tools they use.
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Happiness is an important factor in our overall health, alongside nutritious eating and exercise. A bad day at work, a breakup, or an argument with a friend can lead us to fall into a bout of sadness
Decade-old snot from cancer patients revealed a new technique to forecast how flu evolves.
The touchpad is something we’ve associated with laptops for years, but now Google wants to put it on phones.
The Swedish car company announced today that it has struck a deal with NVIDIA, an artificial intelligence specialist which already builds self-driving systems for Tesla and Audi.
The Spidget Finner, a cloud-connected robot that is activated via smartphone, was created by a pair of scientists as part of the 'Boston Stupid Hackathon.'
A video posted on Facebook shows the odd, feathery invertebrate crawling along a wall in Brazil as a group of people marvel at its strange appearance.
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A new study explores the consequences of a British exit from the European Medicines Agency as a result of Brexit, and what this will mean for pharmaceutical regulation and future access to medicines f
California on Monday became the first state to take a significant step toward listing the herbicide glyphosate as a potentially cancerous substance. This might result in the popular weed killer Round
Pat Malatack, VP Product at Twilio discusses why adopting a small teams structure will help businesses to achieve the agility needed to compete in today’s competitive landscape.
Smartphone chipmaker Nvidia has partnered with automotive safety company Autoliv and automotive company Volvo to develop self-driving software and hardware. In a press release, the company Tuesday sa
Shares of the company closed at Rs 263.30, up Rs 6.30, or 2.45 percent on the BSE.
The way the marsupials move makes it hard for the computers to work out how to respond, Volvo says.
Kris Lovejoy's BluVector is a cyber security technology firm that approaches security prevention like genetic research to find the attributes of diseases and set out to create a genome for software co
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LONDON (Reuters) - Uber [UBER.UL] said it had won the right to appeal against a court decision in favor of plans by a London regulator to impose new English reading and writing standards in a move whi
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators hit Alphabet unit Google with a record 2.42-billion-euro ($2.7 billion) fine on Tuesday, indicating they will likely take a tough line with the company in
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