President Bukele’s El Salvador has become the first country in the world to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender—but the Salvadorans aren’t ready to lead the crypto reform just yet.
Google’s new software uses ground-breaking methods to improve the resolution of digital images using AI
Affirm’s partnership with Amazon marks the next stage in the short-term loans takeover of e-commerce.
Elon Musk unveils a bot that will look and act like a human, with the aim of carrying out work.
Amid rising racial attacks, social media giants are introducing anti-abuse features to safeguard users from inflammatory comments and messages
A cohort of researchers at Georgia Tech have come up with a new VR-enabled BMI system—allowing users to ‘imagine an action’ to wirelessly transmit commands to prosthetic devices
The Globally Relevant AIDS Vaccine Europe-Africa Trials Partnership (GREAT) announced the start of Phase I clinical trial of its experimental HIV vaccine
The European Commission’s latest verdict ascertains that data transfer isn’t added to the list of exchanges Brexit has disrupted
Luxembourg’s National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD) charged e-commerce giant Amazon with a fine of $880 million over data privacy violations
The world’s first ‘speech neuroprosthesis’ technology allows for the decoding of full words from the brain activity of a paralyzed individual.
With its form resembling an alien space capsule, Cooler Master’s Orb X promises a full immersion into the videogame dimension.
EA finally presented the next chapter of its videogame saga, FIFA 22- which this year highlights its latest gameplay technology: HyperMotion.
A look at an interesting and engaging way to educate the next generation of pilots.
NASA award contract for the building of habitation for astronauts in lunar orbit.
The MINI Vision Urbanaut, a concept that reimagines the future of transportation by turning the traditional car into a four-wheeled living room.
A Columbia University study unveiled a new computer vision technique that imparts intuitive sense to machines—allowing AI to leverage ‘higher-level associations’ to predict movements.
Virgin Galactic received the ‘green light’ from Federal Aviation Administration to allow carriage of space flight participants following its successful May 22 demonstration.
Razer has partnered with Hong Kong-based waste cleaning startup ClearBot to leverage AI to reduce oceanic pollution
Google have opened their first ever bricks-and-mortar store.
In collaboration with the American space agency, SMART is developing the first consumer application of NASA‘s airless shape memory alloy (SMA) to create an innovative and futuristic bicycle tire that won’t ever go flat.
Flawless are using Deepfake technology in order to change the way that films are sold overseas.
Engineers are turning to the world of origami as an inspiration source for all sorts of applications, from medical devices to aerospace structures.
The new Adidas GMR technology aims to connect gaming and physical football worlds through insoles fitted with a smart tag made by Google.
Toyota have acquired Lyft’s autonomous driving project. Is this clever boost into a growing market for Toyota or Lyft escaping from an unviable business plan?
US semiconductor giant Intel is looking to secure €8 billion in public subsidies to set up a semiconductor plant in Europe
Elon Musk is optimistic that a lunar landing by 2024 for the Artemis crew “seems likely”.
The European Commission’s first legal framework on Artificial Intelligence aims for “human-centric, sustainable, secure, inclusive and trustworthy AI”