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It may sound more like science fiction than science fact, but researchers have created bionic jellyfish by embedding microelectronics into these ubiquitous marine invertebrates with hopes to deploy them to monitor and explore the world's oceans.
Hunt for novelty takes wild food enthusiast up a mountain and into hot water with botanists.
High up in western Europe's tallest skyscraper, an office layout shows how the power balance in London's property market is shifting in favour of booming tech companies.
Can an idle conversation change the course of a person's life? The team behind Mythic Ocean think so.
From ‘Super Mario Bros’ to ’The Last Of Us’ and ‘God Of War’: How video games have matured over the years
Like all forms of media, video game trends change over time. Let’s take a look through what I call the Childhood Era, the Embarrassing Teenage Era That We Prefer Not To Remember, and the Sorta Mostly Adult Era.
A growing number of Twitter users – many of them with very few followers of their own – have glommed onto an inventive way to harness the power of tweets that go viral to make a few bucks for themselves.
No one at Google envied Mark Zuckerberg last week as he was being grilled by US Congress. But for years, they certainly coveted the personal data that made Facebook Inc a formidable digital ad player. And the strategies they set to compete have now placed Google squarely in the cross hairs of a privacy backlash against the world’s largest social-media company.
A pair of Australian swimmers on Jan 18 became the first people to be rescued in the ocean by a drone when the aerial lifesaver dropped an safety device to distressed teens caught in rough seas.
High-tech shark-spotting drones are patrolling dozens of Australian beaches this summer to quickly identify underwater predators and deliver safety devices to swimmers and surfers faster than traditional lifesavers.