By making a few adjustments to their record-setting optical lattice clock, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) were able to achieve an unprecedented new level of precision.
If you’re wondering how to get a screen grab of your HTC Android device, wonder no longer. Here's how to take a screenshot on any HTC Android smartphone.
A department store in Tokyo, Japan has unveiled a humanoid receptionist featured to draw customers in. The robot, Aiko Chihira, is the latest development from Toshiba and Osaka University.
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The Apple Watch may not ship until June for some, but Apple's offering certain developers the chance to get it much earlier. That may be the only recourse for those who missed out on early pre-orders.
Twitter has announced that beginning Monday their direct message feature can be used to contact any account regardless of whether the two involved accounts follow each other.
Electronica pioneer Squarepusher takes creative freedom so seriously, he wrote his own software to author the digital beats on Damogen Furies, his latest album.
Bentley CEO CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer has hinted that the brand is open to different variations to the upcoming Bentayga SUV. He states that a convertible version isn’t off the table, nor is a coupe-like iteration similar to the BMW X6.
The Shoe That Grows, as it's called, is an adjustable shoe that can expand as the wearer's foot gets bigger. Intended to serve children in developing countries, it can grow five sizes, and is designed to last five years.
Security firm One World Labs founder Chris Roberts was prevented from making his United flight to San Francisco due to a tweet that referenced the airline's onboard systems. His equipment was confiscated once he landed in Syracuse.
Along with revealing the DBX concept to the audience of the Shanghai Auto Show, Aston Martin has declared its strategy for the next five years. The brand seeks to replace all its existing vehicles and also add three more to its product lineup.