Telescope captures most detailed pictures yet of the sun

First observations from Inouye telescope bring previously hazy star into sharp focus Hannah Devlin Science correspondent  -  The Guardian The sun’s turbulent surface has been revealed in unprecedented detail in the first observations by the Inouye...

Mars: Nasa lands InSight robot to study planet’s interior

By Jonathan Amos- BBC Science Correspondent, Pasadena The US space agency Nasa has landed a new robot on Mars after a dramatic seven-minute plunge to the surface of the Red Planet. The InSight probe aims to...

How to Manage All Those Photos Taking Up Space On Your iPhone

By Patrick Lucas Austin  - Time With 2018 on the way out, you’re probably going through your photos, looking for the best snapshots and videos from years past. Well, trying to. Once you get past all...

Killer Asteroid Hunt in Jeopardy, New Study Claims

SpaceX, the largest commercial satellite constellation operator in the world, has ambitious plans of installing 12,000 satellites in low-orbit over a span of several years, as part of its Starlink project to provide low-cost...

Bill Gates says privacy regulations on big tech ‘makes a lot of sense’

By Matthew Kazin-TechnologyFOXBusiness The Microsoft co-founder and co-chair of the Gates Foundation joins Chris Wallace on 'Fox News Sunday.' As Silicon Valley tech giants face backlash from lawmakers in Washington, Microsoft founder Bill Gates said that...

Zuckerberg outlines plan for ‘privacy-focused’ Facebook

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has said he believes secure, private messaging services will become more popular than open platforms. In a blog, Mr Zuckerberg outlined his vision to transform Facebook into a "privacy-focused platform." Facebook owns...

Who Needs Aliens When You Have Cake? NASA Releases Pictures of Mars Surface That...

The development comes after earlier this month the space agency published images of a mysterious hole on the planet’s surface that leads to a cave. Some researchers assumed that it might host life. NASA has...

Tech lifestyles enable ‘safe escape’ from coronavirus

By Glenn CHAPMAN - Japan Today-SAN FRANCISCO For people hunkering down due to the coronavirus epidemic, the tech sector has become their new best friend with an array of lifestyle solutions making "social distancing" easier. Those...

Russian-European mission to Mars postponed for 2 years over coronavirus

The ExoMars mission has been postponed for at least two years. (FILE Photo)- https://www.dailysabah.com Russia's space agency Roscosmos and the European Space Agency have decided to postpone the launch of a joint research mission to...

‘Black Knight Satellite UFO’ Seen Zooming Over Earth in NASA Images Fuels Conspiracy Theories

The Black Knight satellite conspiracy theory claims there is a spacecraft orbiting Earth that is of extraterrestrial origin, and that NASA is engaged in a cover-up regarding its existence and origin. A conspiracy theorist claims...

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...

Samsung announces folding phone with 5G — at nearly $2,000

REUTERS: The device looks similar to a conventional smartphone, but then opens like a book to reveal a display the size of a small tablet Samsung is also making improvements to its flagship Galaxy...

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...

PhD Student Finally Proves One of Darwin’s Ideas of Evolution 140 Years Later

Charles Darwin, the father of evolutionary science, published 'On The Origin of Species' in 1859. His work has since shaken up the way in which we observe natural science but until this week, one...

The math in music: Why numbers don’t rule the universe

Music is all emotion, right? For some it's a calculated, mathematical puzzle. We've used math to explain music and sound for thousands of years. Pythagoras said numbers ruled the universe. But he was wrong. Call...

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...

Former Apple lawyer charged with insider trading

US prosecutors have charged a former top Apple lawyer with insider trading. Gene Levoff is accused of using confidential information to trade the firm's securities for personal gain. Mr Levoff, who was responsible for ensuring compliance...

Elon Musk unveils his first Los Angeles-area tunnel

Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk made a brief public appearance late on Tuesday to unveil the first tunnel completed by the underground transit venture he launched two years ago as...