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Air travel and glitch-free Internet access are often considered mutually exclusive, thanks to the technical difficulties associated with making WiFi work at 40,000 feet.
The US Transportation Security Administration said Sunday it has stopped allowing employees to use the China-owned video app TikTok to create social media posts for the agency after the Senate’s top Democrat raised concerns about potential national security issues.
The Golden Gate Bridge is seen from above, its sweeping lines foreshortened. Two rows of cables, so imposing from the ground, look like orange pieces of string. Some shots almost touch one of the bridge's towers as tiny cars zip down below.
In the suburbs of Dublin on a windy, overcast day in January, several alumni of Airbus and the UK’s Royal Air Force watched as a flying object, shaped a bit like a crouching frog, hovered about 10 meters (33 feet) up in the air.
Tech firms in Seattle, a new focal point for the coronavirus epidemic, were telling employees this week to take advantage of technology to work remotely in an effort to contain the outbreak.
Carbon materials are already being used to make the bodies of Formula 1 cars and racing bikes, as well as aircraft components. But many smartphones are still made from heavier metal parts.
Woman becomes angry over long delay on tarmac waiting for health assessments. Customs official says that Shanghai is stepping up medical checks as precaution against imported infection but that travellers need only wait one or two hours.
A supercomputer is boosting efforts in East Africa to control a locust outbreak that raises what the UN food agency calls "an unprecedented threat" to the region's food security.
Company loses handling fee when duped by email scam during US$300mil purchase of private aircraft. Fraudsters hacked into emails of intended recipient for the commission before setting up account with similar address.
In early March, a hospital in Rwanda needed blood urgently for a patient with a leg injury. The patient’s blood type was not in stock and the nearest supplies were at least a half day’s drive away. So the hospital called upon a drone operated by Zipline Inc, which dropped the blood by parachute within an hour.