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Lifelike robots made in Hong Kong meant to win over humans Lifelike robots made in Hong Kong meant to win over humans

A talk show-going robot partly modeled on Audrey Hepburn that he calls his "masterpiece."


Robotic baby helps unveil how dust affects human infants Robotic baby helps unveil how dust affects human infants

The infants inhale a dose of bio bits in their lungs that is four times what an adult would breathe walking across the same floor


Cybersecurity firm: US senate in Russian hackers' crosshairs Cybersecurity firm: US senate in Russian hackers' crosshairs

Trend Micro based its report on the discovery of a clutch of suspicious-looking websites looking like the US Senate's internal email system


Citizen scientists discover five-planet system Citizen scientists discover five-planet system

This Multi-planet System was found through crowdsourcing


Deep, buried glaciers spotted on Mars Deep, buried glaciers spotted on Mars

The discovery was possible due to images and data sent by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), launched in 2005


India launches 31 satellites on single mission

India launches 31 satellites on single mission

The Cartosat is essentially a remote sensing satellite, equipped with panchromatic and multi-spectral cameras and has a shelf life of five years


Scientists: Virus cause of over 170 dolphin deaths in Brazil Scientists: Virus cause of over 170 dolphin deaths in Brazil

Brazilian scientists say a virus is the main cause for the death of close to 200 guiana dolphins in…


Facebook plans major news feed changes Facebook plans major news feed changes

The changes will take effect over the coming weeks


YouTube punishes Logan Paul over Japan suicide video YouTube punishes star over suicide video

Paul's channels are removed from YouTube's Google Preferred programme, where brands sell ads on the platform's top 5% of content creators


Light shed on mystery space radio pulses Light shed on mystery space radio pulses

Fast radio bursts (FRB) are one of the most persistent puzzles in astronomy


Japanese astronaut sorry for 9cm ISS growth mistake Japan astronaut sorry for 9cm growth error

Norishige Kanai said in fact he grew by 2cm, blaming "a measurement mistake"


ISS: Japanese astronaut Norishige Kanai worried by growth spurt Japanese astronaut worried by growth increase

He has grown 9cm (3.5in) since arriving International Space Station


France to investigate Apple's secret slowdown of old iPhones France to investigate Apple's secret slowdown of old iPhones

In France it is illegal to intentionally shorten the lifespan of a product in order to encourage customers replace it


Passenger drone thwarted by light drizzle Passenger drone thwarted by light drizzle

The mild drizzle in the cool Nevada air apparently proved too much for the craft touted, by the company at least, as the future of commuting


Apple investigated by France for 'planned obsolescence' France investigates iPhone slowdown

Under French law it is a crime to intentionally shorten lifespan of a product with the aim of making customers replace it


Apple urged to study iPhone addiction in children Apple urged to study iPhone addiction in children

The "growing societal unease" over the intensive use of smartphones by children is "at some point likely to impact even Apple," they warned


CES 2018: LG robot Cloi repeatedly fails on stage at unveil Disobedient robot derails LG's event

Experts say the demo represented a "disastrous" debut for the bot, which was mocked on social media


The astronaut fighting to save our home in space The astronaut fighting to save our home in space

The station has proved that humans can live and work in space for prolonged periods and carry out useful science in orbit


SpaceX launches secretive Zuma mission SpaceX launches secretive Zuma mission

The launch was initially supposed to take place in November but was postponed so it could take a closer look at potential problems with the fairing


White noise video hit by copyright claims White noise video hit by copyright claims

Sebastian Tomczak, who is based in Australia, said he made the video in 2015 and uploaded it to YouTube


Tech firms battle to resolve major security flaw Tech firms battle to resolve major security flaw

Effectively, all electronic devices manufactured all around the world in recent years contain potentially vulnerable chips


Woman receives bionic hand with sense of touch Woman receives bionic hand with sense of touch

Developers say it is a matter of time before sensorised arms are in market


NASA to launch two missions to explore new space NASA to launch two missions to explore new space

The two missions can cooperate with each other when ICON passes through GOLD’s field of view and each mission can get a snapshot of the same region


Meltdown and Spectre: All Mac devices affected says Apple Apple says all Mac devices hit by chip bug

Meltdown does not affect the Apple Watch, it said, as the bug was an issue with Intel processors which are not contained in that device


Computer chip 'flaw' sparks security debate amid scramble for fix Computer chip 'flaw' sparks security debate amid scramble for fix

Intel labeled as "incorrect" the reports describing a "bug" or "flaw" unique to its products


Intel working with rivals to fix flaw Intel working with rivals to fix flaw

Microsoft and Apple - which both use Intel chips - are expected to roll out security updates soon


Apple acquires Canadian software startup Buddybuild Apple acquires Canadian software startup Buddybuild

The BuddyBuild acquisition will make it easier for developers to create apps for Apple’s platforms


That's sick! Humans identify infected peers from a photo That's sick! Humans identify infected peers from a photo

Such an ability to detect infection early, and from the subtlest of facial clues, has never been demonstrated before


Newly discovered solar system matches our own? Newly discovered solar system matches our own?

The newly discovered planet orbits the star known as Kepler-90


Astronauts identify unknown microbes in space for first time

Astronauts identify microbes in space for 1st time

The ability to identify microbes in space could aid in the ability to diagnose and treat astronaut ailments in real time


Google's high altitude Internet balloon crashes in Kenya Google's high altitude Internet balloon crashes in Kenya

The balloons float in the stratosphere around 11 miles high


GP launches DPDC's pre-paid meter vending GP launches DPDC's pre-paid meter vending

This service will ensure smooth operations to customers maintaining 24/7 vending service from customers' electronic wallet


2018’s first full moon will be a supermoon 2018’s first full moon will be a supermoon

A supermoon is a full moon which occurs when the Moon is closest to the Earth, making it appear bigger and brighter


Google Doodle celebrates New Year's Eve 2017 with penguins and parrots Google Doodle celebrates New Year's Eve with penguins, parrots

Google celebrated New Year's eve 2016 with a doodle featuring impatient colourful balloons sharing the eager anticipation of counting down to midnight


India to launch 31 satellites in single mission India to launch 31 satellites in single mission

The satellites according to the broadcaster would be launched on Jan. 10


Vietnam suffers losses of 540 mln USD due to computer viruses in 2017 Vietnam suffers losses of 540 mln USD due to computer viruses in 2017

In 2016, the losses were 10.4 trillion Vietnamese dong (460 million U.S. dollars)


Apple apologises for iPhone slowdowns Apple apologises for slowing older iPhones down

The company now says it will replace batteries for less and will issue software in 2018 so customers can monitor their phone's battery health


Self-healing glass developed by accident in Japan Self-healing glass developed by accident in Japan

The discovery opens the way for super-durable glass that could triple the lifespan of everyday products like car windows, construction materials


Apple, Epson face French legal pressure over planned obsolescence Apple, Epson face French legal pressure

They face growing legal pressure in France over alleged planned obsolescence in their products

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