Scientists are keen to explore Saturn's sixth largest moon, Enceladus, known for its geysers which eject plumes of water and ice. It has long been the subject of huge curiosity for its underground ocean beneath its icy crust. Previously NASA has even described the moon, which is only 310 miles …read more
Fossilised 'alien bones' are spotted on Mars by Nasa's Curiosity rover in latest bizarre conspiracy claim
UFO hunters claim to have found fossilised 'alien bones' on Mars after scouring through images taken by Nasa's Curiosity rover. The rover has been exploring the surface of the red planet since 2009 and all of its images are in the public domain.
But alien hunters claim two images taken …read more
Scientists have found that Uranus' magnetic field gets flipped on and off like a light switch every day as the planet rotates. Researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology in the US made the discovery based on the data from NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft that sped past Uranus in 1986.
"The …read more
SpaceX wants to expand facilities in Florida to refurbish and store its reusable rocket boosters as it increases the pace of launches, documents filed with authorities show.
The privately owned rocket company, operated by entrepreneur Elon Musk, proposes building a 67,222-square-foot (6,245-square meter) hangar just south of its …read more
Physicists from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are seeing an everyday phenomenon in a new light. By focusing laser light to a brightness one billion times greater than the surface of the sun — the brightest light ever produced on Earth — the physicists have observed changes in a vision-enabling interaction between light …read more
Boaty McBoatface, the UK's favourite yellow submarine, has returned from its first major science expedition. The vehicle was used in the Antarctic to map the movement of deep, cold water as it moves away from the White Continent towards the Atlantic Ocean.
Scientists say this flow of water plays an …read more
The hen harrier, an iconic bird of prey, is heading towards the brink of extinction in England, new figures suggest. There are just four breeding pairs left in England and numbers are declining elsewhere in the UK. Scotland is the traditional stronghold of these raptors, but numbers have fallen 9 …read more
Google News has received a massive redesign on the web that focusses on readability and simplified navigation. Feature-wise, it has more personalization, while better highlighting different perspectives and fact-checking.
Leveraging Material Design, the web app looks much cleaner and less cluttered due to wider spacing. Stories are now displayed as …read more
Announced in a post on its Newsroom website, the ride-hailing service today is adding a new feature that allows Uber users to request a ride for their loved ones. Essentially, this means that an Uber user can request a ride and have the car sent to another location to pick …read more
The Google Pixel has a convenient Night Light feature that can automatically tint the screen to reduce eyestrain during evening hours. Chrome OS is now testing a near identical feature in the latest Canary channel, which also features new power management controls.
A night mode that tweaks the color temperature …read more
OnePlus held a Reddit AMA (ask me anything) yesterday as a way to answer questions from Android enthusiasts about its newest flagship: the OnePlus 5. While many inquired about the phone, others asked questions about when older devices would get upgraded. In response, a OnePlus representative has promised that the …read more
A new ransomware attack similar to last month's self-replicating WCry outbreak is sweeping the world with at least 80 large companies infected, including drug maker Merck, international shipping company Maersk, law firm DLA Piper, UK advertising firm WPP, and snack food maker Mondelez International.
Like the WCry worm that paralyzed …read more
Volvo's self-driving technology is struggling to identify kangaroos in the road. The Swedish car-maker's 2017 S90 and XC90 models use its Large Animal Detection system to monitor the road for deer, elk and caribou. But the way kangaroos move confuses it.
According to the Australia's National Roads and Motorists' Association …read more
Toshiba is suing Western Digital for 120bn yen ($1bn; £835m), accusing it of interfering in the attempted sale of its flash memory business. The Japanese giant is offloading the unit, which makes chips for smartphones and laptops, to cover huge losses in its US nuclear division.
It has so far …read more