Microsoft HoloLens Preorders in Six Countries

Microsoft’s HoloLens, the augmented-reality goggles are being made available to preorder in six new countries today, including: the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, France...

DNA Harnessed as Engine of Super-Efficient Nanomachine

Advances in nanotechnology and allied verticals have enabled us to expand our research into innovative devices such as nanomachines that hold promise of helping us fend...

Didi And Uber Strikes $35 Billion Deal

Didi Chuxing is set to buy out Uber Technologies Inc. after fierce competition between the Chinese taxi transportation network and Uber, allowing Uber’s expansion...

Facebook Partners with Harvard, Princeton and 15 Universities Advancing Tech Research

Facebook Inc.'s hardware development division has agreed with 17 Universities, including Harvard and Princeton, to collaborate on technological research projects. Facebook will pay chosen universities...

Origin of Mercury Traced to Rare Meteorite ‘Enstatite Chondrite’

Researchers have traced the origin of Mercury to a rare meteorite 'enstatite chondrite' with scientists arriving at the conclusion based on history of planet...

Instagram Legally Copies Snapchat Stories

Instagram Stories has recreated Snapchat Stories where in addition to taking photogenic photos you can now take a quick selfie, doodling on top of...

Scientists Discover ‘Flow’ of Messages Inside Brain

Scientists may have discovered how messaging happens inside brain and according to findings, tiny cilia on the surface of specialized cells could be playing...

NASA Explores and Unlocks Mysteries of Our Solar System

NASA has revealed that it will continue its mission to explore and unlock mysteries of our Solar System as well as beyond. In a press...

Brexit Shakes Up EU Energy and Climate Landscape

Brexit brings with it many questions to answer in the international landscape and one among them is climate change and EU's climate policy. As the...

Scientists Analyze San Andreas Fault System Using GPS data

Scientists have finally looked at and analyzed the vertical component of the San Andreas GPS data to come up with findings that will enable...