Hyundai Mobis uses hydrogen fuel cells for power generation

By Nam Hyun-woo -  Korea Times Hyundai Mobis has set up a power generation system using hydrogen fuel cells from the Nexo hydrogen car, the company said Wednesday, adding it plans to commercialize the system...

40 countries, including Japan and EU, agree to mandate automatic braking systems for new...

AP GENEVA - Forty countries led by Japan and the European Union — but not the U.S. or China — have agreed to require new cars and light commercial vehicles to be equipped with automated...

NASA Finds 22-Mile Wide Crater Under Greenland Ice

The newly-discovered object is located only 114 miles away from a similar one discovered in November. A NASA glaciologist has discovered what might be a 22-mile meteor impact crater buried beneath the ice in northwest Greenland. It...

Huawei’s troubles have exposed the US-China tech war. How prepared is Europe to defend...

Björn Fägersten and Tim Rühlig say in a world where power flows from control of technological infrastructure, European Union states lag behind both the US and China and must secure their commercial and security...

A Moment of Truth for Cyber Insurance

By Ariel E. Levite, Wyatt Hoffman  -  CARNAGIE For many businesses, cyber risk was once either an amorphous threat or an occasional nuisance. But with reliance on all things digital skyrocketing, cyber threats now pose...

Will self-driving cars cause ‘gridlock’ on city streets?

New study finds autonomous vehicles will cruise around while unoccupied in order to dodge parking fees Autonomous cars would do away with the need for human drivers Self-driving cars could cause severe traffic problems by cruising...

Elon Musk Fires Starship Raptor’s Engine For First Time – Reports

On 11 January, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX tweeted the first photo of Starship, its ambitious project designed to one day carry people to the Moon and Mars. The Raptor engine for the Starship spacecraft...

Apple punishes Google over app rules

Dave Lee North America technology reporter Apple revoked Google’s ability to offer its employees internal-only iPhone apps, likely causing significant disruption to the search giant. Apple was punishing its rival for breaking its developers' policy, a...

Facebook paid teenagers to mine device data

Dave Lee North America technology reporter Facebook has been conducting research that gathers highly personal data from paid volunteers, a report has revealed. TechCrunch said participants - including those aged 13-17 - have been paid up...

Apple rushes to fix FaceTime ‘eavesdropping’ bug

Dave Lee North America technology reporter Apple has acknowledged a flaw in its FaceTime software that allowed for brief eavesdropping - even if the recipient did not pick up. In some cases the target iPhone would...

Boeing’s flying car lifts off in race to revolutionize urban travel

Eric M. Johnson SEATTLE (Reuters) - Boeing Co said on Wednesday its flying car prototype hovered briefly in the air during an inaugural test flight, a small but significant step as the world’s largest planemaker...

China clones gene-edited monkeys for sleep disorder research

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese scientists have made clones of a gene-edited macaque to aid research of circadian rhythm disorders that are linked to sleep problems, depression and Alzheimer’s disease, the official Xinhua news agency...

New Tech Converts CO2 Into Electricity And Hydrogen

By Irina Slav Amid increasingly urgent calls for more radical climate change action, a team of South Korean scientists has found a way to kill two birds with one stone by converting carbon dioxide into electricity...

Sony to shift European headquarters from UK to Netherlands to avoid Brexit disruption

By Josep Lago -  Japan Today Sony will shift its European headquarters from Britain to the Netherlands to avoid Brexit-related customs issues, but operations at its current UK company will remain unchanged, a company spokesman...

Google, Facebook spend big on U.S. lobbying amid policy battles

Paresh Dave SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc’s Google disclosed in a quarterly filing on Tuesday that it spent a company-record $21.2 million on lobbying the U.S. government in 2018, topping its previous high of...

France fines Google €50 million for EU privacy breaches

The biggest penalty so far under new EU rules was justified by the severity of the infringements of transparency, information and consent, France's regulator ruled. It is a challenge to Google's business model. The €50...

How to see the super blood wolf moon eclipse

Rare combination of three major lunar phenomena will be visible in Europe on Monday evening Uninformed stargazers may be in for a shock within the coming days when a rare celestial phenomenon turns the Moon...

Facebook Users Still Don’t Know How Facebook Works

Not even its core business practices ALEXIS C. MADRIGAL After all the scandals and hubbub and congressional testimony and mea culpas in Facebook’s nearly 15 years of existence, one would think that its users would have a pretty firm grasp on how the business...

Scientists ‘resurrect’ giant prehistoric lizard as a walking robot

European researchers have animated a prehistoric four-legged creature that lived before the dinosaurs by studying its gait and making a robotic model that can walk the earth just like its prototype 280 million years...

Brexit endgame: What you need to know

The Brexit saga reaches its peak on Tuesday when the UK parliament votes on Prime Minister Theresa May's deal with the EU. If she loses she could be out of a job. Rob Mudge...