Science & Tech
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies has reached its conclusion following a week of leading tech manufacturers showing off their latest products, new
Up to 800 million workers worldwide, equivalent to more than a fifth of today’s global labour force, will lose their jobs by 2030 and be replaced by robotic automation, according to a new report by McKinseyGlobal Institute.
In March 2017, Matternet, a Silicon Valley-based tech startup, became the first company in the world to receive authorisation for full operations of drone logistics networks over densely populated areas in Switzerland.
Do you wish your home or office had more natural light? A little smart robot named Caia, the first of her kind, finds and redirects natural light for you.
Flow is the first smart mobile air quality tracker to help you understand, monitor and lower your exposure to air pollution, both indoors and on the go.
The new super-fast film camera will therefore be able to capture incredibly rapid processes in chemistry, physics, biology and biomedicine, that so far have not been caught on film.
The world’s largest floating photovoltaic (PV) power plant, with the capacity of 40 MW is now connected to the grid in China.
Bloomberg and Twitter announced they are partnering to create the first-ever 24/7 breaking news network that will be global, live, social and streaming.
Severe water shortages already affect many regions around the world, and are expected to get much worse as the population grows and the climate heats up.