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The sun lights the way to a bright future that will allow houses and companies to power up without having to entirely depend on electricity generated by fossil fuel.
A Belgian robotics firm is lending a fleet of robots to elderly care homes to help residents stay connected after the government banned visitors to try to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Tesla Inc has advertised for solar and energy storage project managers in China, as the US electric vehicle maker moves to expand its energy business into the country.
With more people working from home to avoid coronavirus, will the Internet break? The short answer is probably not. The longer answer is that there will be disruptions.
How a video game uses magical realism to reframe the way Americans think about debt and homelessness
When the nearly decade-long journey of Kentucky Route Zero began with a crowdfunding campaign in 2011, it was pitched as a surrealist road adventure with a retro look and a folksy tone, the sort of point-and-click-styled game that went out of favor in the early 1990s but was finding new life as a niche independent product.
In a test kitchen in a corner building in downtown Pasadena, Flippy the robot grabbed a fryer basket full of chicken fingers, plunged it into hot oil – its sensors told it exactly how hot – then lifted, drained and dumped maximally tender tenders into a waiting hopper.
The coronavirus outbreak has forced thousands of companies and schools to operate remotely in Hong Kong. Now the city’s protesters are planning to go virtual in a bid to sustain their movement’s momentum.
With creative, efficient and amazingly responsive solutions, Chinese technology giants and emerging startups are bringing tremendous value to the nation’s fight against the novel coronavirus.
China's local governments are ramping up surveillance efforts with new data collection campaigns to better trace residents' moves in public areas, seeking to curb the coronavirus outbreak but heightening privacy concerns.
US vehicle safety regulators on Feb 25 said they had ordered a suspension of passenger operations for 16 autonomous shuttles operated by France-based EasyMile after a passenger was injured in an unexplained braking incident.