Hologram phone calls – sci-fi or serious possibility?

By Daniel Thomas Business reporter High-speed 5G networks could lead to big changes in how we use our mobile phones, allowing us to enjoy virtual reality on-the-go, interactive live broadcasts, and even project holograms from...

Apple’s Big iOS 12 Update Is Now Available. Here’s How to Upgrade and What...

By Patrick Lucas Austin Apple last week unveiled the latest additions to its iPhone lineup: The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. While they boast improvements like an upgraded processor and better battery...

Single-seat Ferrari Monza SP1 will cost seven figures

By Gary Gastelu -FoxNews.com Ferrari has designed the perfect sports car for people who just can’t stand giving their friends a ride. It’s called the Monza SP1 and it only has one seat.   The new special edition...

Astronomers Find Slowest Spinning Pulsar Ever

Astronomers using a new type of radio telescope have found the slowest spinning pulsar yet, a notoriously difficult type of stellar object to detect. Pulsars are a type of neutron star, the cores of exploded stars collapsed...

SpaceX reveals Yusaku Maezawa will fly ‘around the Moon’ in historic announcement

By Chris Ciaccia -FoxNews.com SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced Monday night that entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa would be the first private person to fly solo around the moon aboard the company's  Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) launch vehicle. Maezawa,...

‘Made In China 2025’: a peek at the robot revolution under way in the...

In the second report in a series, He Huifeng and Celia Chen look at how Beijing's ambitious industrial plan aims to break China’s reliance on foreign technology and pull its hi-tech industries up to...

Google’s China prototype reportedly links searches to phone numbers

By Christopher Carbone -FoxNews.com Google built a prototype of a censored search engine for China that reportedly links users’ searches to their personal phone numbers—therefore making it easier for the Chinese government to monitor its...

VW bids goodbye to the Beetle

Volkswagen has announced that the iconic Beetle, known as "The Bug" in the US, will become a thing of the past as of next year. Many Americans have fond memories of the car, despite...

Can health services handle the Apple Watch?

Dave Lee North America technology reporter When Apple announced two major new healthcare features this week, it billed them both as terrific innovations that may well keep us alive. Later this year, its Watch will be...

iPhone Xs vs. iPhone Xs Max vs. iPhone Xr: Which New Apple Smartphone Is...

By Alex Fitzpatrick Apple on Wednesday dropped not one, not two, but three new versions of the iPhone, undoubtedly leaving some people wondering: Which iPhone is right for me? Complicating matters are the difficult-to-parse naming conventions:...

China Launches First Home-Made Polar Icebreaker Xuelong 2

China's first domestically built polar icebreaker, Xuelong 2, was launched by officials at the Jiangnan shipyard in Shanghai on Monday, highlighting the country's continued efforts to boost polar research and improve expedition capabilities. Xuelong 2,...

‘Oldest known drawing’ found on tiny rock in South Africa

Scientists say they have discovered humanity's oldest known drawing on a small fragment of rock in South Africa. The drawing is about 73,000 years old, and shows cross-hatch lines sketched onto stone with red ochre...

New iPhones and More: Here’s Everything Apple Just Announced

By Alex Fitzpatrick Apple on Wednesday introduced a trio of new iPhones and an upgraded, health-focused Apple Watch. If you missed the big event, here’s a quick recap of Apple’s new gadgets and their most notable...

Apple launch: Bigger! Faster! Pricier! Innovative?

Dave Lee North America technology reporter Apple has given the Oval Office a run for its money in the past few weeks – we’ve had an unprecedented number of leaks ahead of the firm’s annual...

‘You Can See Almost Everything’: New Map of Antarctica Is Highest Resolution of Any...

By Hannah Osborne Antarctica has become the best-mapped continent on Earth with a new high-resolution terrain map showing the ice-covered landmass in unprecedented detail. The Reference Elevation Model of Antarctica (REMA) map has a resolution more than...

California governor signs law for clean energy by 2045

California has passed a law committing to exclusively carbon-free electricity sources by 2045, setting it against US President Donald Trump's energy policy. "There is no understating the importance of this measure," Governor Jerry Brown said,...

A Dutch Teenager Had a Dream to Clean Up the World’s Oceans. 7 Years...

By Billy Perrigo For someone who gets violently seasick, Boyan Slat spends a lot of time thinking about the ocean. The Dutch inventor has designed the world’s first ocean plastic cleanup system but admits he...

How to shake the fakes out of politics

When the Deep Fake technology first appeared in early 2018, it was used to put famous faces on the body of porn performers and produce reasonably convincing videos. But some fear that Deep Fakes will...

The Indian tribe that gave up hunting to save forests

A tribe in the north-eastern Indian state of Nagaland gave up their ancient tradition of hunting to protect wildlife. Photographer Sayan Hazra chronicles life in the village years after it banished the practice. At...

New ‘Lord of the Rings’ online game in the works, game developer announces

By Zoe Szathmary -FoxNews.com Will this be the “one game to rule them all”? “The Lord of the Rings” is getting a "multi-year" online game as the result of an arrangement between Athlon Games and Middle-earth Enterprises,...