Toyota unveils new cars with advanced driving assist technology

Japan Today Tokio-Toyota Motor Corp on Thursday unveiled its new Lexus and Mirai models in Japan, equipped with the company's latest advanced driver assistance that enables safe driving and wireless software updates. The carmaker's new driving...

Exclusive: Huawei hid business operation in Iran after Reuters reported links to CFO

LONDON/DUBAI (Reuters) - China’s Huawei Technologies acted to cover up its relationship with a firm that had tried to sell prohibited U.S. computer gear to Iran, after Reuters in 2013 reported deep links between...

NASA Launching Cutting-Edge Spacecraft to Asteroid ‘Worth More Than Global Economy’

The deep-space robotic equipment dubbed "Psyche" is due to be launched on board a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket in late summer 2022. It will whizz past Mars and then set about measuring a nearby...

How China’s GPS ‘rival’ Beidou is plotting to go global

By Pratik Jakhar -BBC Monitoring China has ambitions for its rapidly expanding Beidou satellite navigation system to serve the whole world, not just Asia, but will it really be able to rival the well-established -...

Exclusive: Microsoft faces complex technical challenges in TikTok carveout

(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp’s (MSFT.O) bid to carve out parts of TikTok from its Chinese owner ByteDance will be a technically complex endeavor that could test the patience of President Donald Trump’s administration, according...

How Virtual Reality Helps US Space Force Stay In Shape To Tackle Crises

The military branch, started under former president Donald Trump, is working with government contractor SAIC on a gamified training platform that allows employees to interact with full-scale digital replicas of national security satellites. Science(c) 2021...

Possible signs of life spotted in Venus’ atmosphere, astronomers say

by ASSOCIATED PRESS Data from NASA's Magellan spacecraft and Pioneer Venus Orbiter is used in a composite image of the planet Venus. (NASA/JPL-Caltech handout via Reuters) Astronomers have found a potential sign of life high in...

Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Google emails demanded in U.S. House panel probe

David Shepardson, Bryan Pietsch WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. House of Representatives panel on Friday demanded internal emails, detailed financial information and other company records from top executives of Amazon.com Inc., Facebook Inc, Apple Inc,...

‘Ghost’ Signals Haunt Milky Way, but As We Get Them Aliens Will Be Already...

If signals from extraterrestrial civilizations ever reach Earth, the aliens themselves will more likely be already non-existent. Attempting to update the so-called Drake equation from 1961, which is virtually the formula for predicting how many detectable civilizations exist...

Social media a popular, yet not trusted, news source: poll

AFP -About half of Americans and Canadians get their news primarily from social media, yet most don't trust this source of information, according to a survey released Tuesday. According to the Maru/Matchbox poll, 52 percent...

Apple’s latest tech wants to get into bed with you

By  Natalie O'Neill-New York Post If you think Apple couldn’t possibly know more about you, dream on! The tech giant is developing a “smart” bed cover that watches users while they snooze — by tracking their...

UK asks Japan for Huawei alternatives in 5G networks: report

The British flag and a smartphone with a Huawei and 5G network logo are seen on a PC motherboard. Photo: REUTERS file TOKYO The British government asked Japan to help build its 5G wireless networks without...

Huawei’s next flagship phone blocked from using Google apps

US trade ban means Mate 30 will be launched without Google Maps and YouTube Kari Paul and agencies-  The Guardian Huawei’s new flagship smartphone will not be able to use Google apps and services because of...

Look Out Tesla! Belarusian Engineers Build Electric Roadster to Compete With Musk

The vehicle was one over a dozen prospective electric vehicles shown to Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko during a visit to a National Academy of Sciences test track outside Minsk on Tuesday. Belarusian engineers have built...

Toxic Maya: Archaeologists Discover Poisonous Reservoirs in Ancient City

For decades, scientists have been trying to find out what happened to the ancient Maya. Overpopulation, extended drought, war, environmental degradation, and climate factors are cited as potential reasons for the downfall of the...

Zaha Hadid’s massive ‘starfish’ airport opens in Beijing

Daxing international, said to be world’s largest single-building terminal, to handle 72m passengers Lily Kuo in Beijing – The Guardian The terminal of the new Beijing Daxing international airport. Photograph: STR/AFP/Getty Images China has opened a vast,...

90 years after penicillin: Artilysin could replace antibiotics

On September 3, 1928, Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin by chance. Even then he warned of possible resistance. Now there are antibacterial molecules to which bacteria does not become resistant: Artilysin. Something seemed wrong when British...

Moon of Jupiter prime candidate for alien life after water blast found

Nasa’s Galileo spacecraft flew through a giant plume of water that erupted from the icy surface of Europa, new analysis shows Ian Sample Science editor A Nasa probe that explored Jupiter’s moon Europa flew through a...

Apple raises iPhone 11 production: Nikkei

(Reuters) - Apple Inc has asked suppliers to increase production of its iPhone 11 range by up to 8 million units, or about 10%, Nikkei Asian Review reported s.nikkei.com/2nlgcSk on Friday. Apple did not respond...

Apple’s next task: Perfect what’s next

Dave Lee North America technology reporter Apple doesn’t always go first. It didn’t invent the portable mp3 player - it just gave it an iconic style deserving of the artistry stored upon it. It didn’t invent the...