California to Approve Testing of Truly Driverless Cars
California is set to open its roads up for the first time to self-driving vehicles with no human drivers.
Lessening Effect of Robots on the Human Work Force
Technology activists are appealing to tech companies and their leaders to build a future in which the effect of machinery on humans is lessened.
Space Tourism and Business Looking Up
SpaceX said it will fly two people to the moon. This has not been attempted since NASA’s Apollo moon landings.
New Technology Helps Move Hearts
New travel box that can keep heart beating during transport helps many patients who need transplant.
Young Programmer’s App Helps War Veteran Father Sleep Better
Young programmer invented new app to help war veterans who were suffering from insomnia.
Driverless Electric Buses Tested in Paris, Las Vegas
More and more cities across the world are experimenting with driverless vehicles on public streets.
Photo Editing App Improves Your Shots
People take hundreds or even thousands of photographs with their smart phones. But when they take a special photo, they might want to make sure that the picture looks its best.
Google Reports Progress in Bringing Internet Service to Rural Areas
The owner of technology company Google has reported progress in its plan to offer Internet service to rural areas around the world.
Boaty McBoatface Is Back
Britain’s National Environmental Research Council (NERC) was building the ship to carry out scientific research in polar waters.
Malawi Launches Humanitarian Drone Testing Center
Malawi has launched a testing center for humanitarian drones.
Researchers: Driverless Scooter Provides Safe and Easy Ride
Driverless technology is quickly progressing, with many cars being tested on roads around the world.
NASA: Newly Discovered Planets Could Hold Life Forms
For the first time ever, astronomers have discovered a system of seven Earth-sized planets orbiting around a single star.
Google Announces Two New Updates to Android
If you have an Android phone, you should know about two new updates to Android that Google announced this past week. The updates add new features to Android phones to make them more useful.
How to Turn Your Phone into a Wi-Fi Hotspot
While it may seem as if Wi-Fi is available everywhere, sooner or later you will go somewhere Wi-Fi is not. You still need to get on the Internet. What are you to do?
Study: Moon Is 4.51 Billion Years Old
Scientists have studied these questions. And now, a group of researchers from California have an answer. Based on their studies, they think the moon is 4.51 billion years old.
WikiLeaks: US Intelligence Can Use Electronic Devices to Spy
WikiLeaks has published documents it says show how the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) collects information from electronic devices.
These Paper Drones Can Make Deliveries, then Disappear
An American company has built a new drone that could improve the efficiency of deliveries.
India Launches 104 Satellites Into Orbit
A single Indian rocket launch Wednesday morning sent a record 104 satellites into space.
China Space Plan to Develop “Strength and Size”
China wants to develop “strength and size” in its space program, a China National Space Administration official said last week.
10 Tech Tools to Teach You New Words
Technology has given us new tools and ways to learn languages faster and easier. Here are a few tools that could help you.