The U.S. space agency NASA has started to create a supersonic manned aircraft that may cause no eardrum-battering sonic boom.
Samsung has just launched what it considers as its “best phone” yet — the S9, which carries the “camera reimagined”.
The Asian Institute of Management (AIM), together with electronics corporation Acer, Inc., launched the Philippines’ first data science corporate laboratory at the AIM in Makati.
Google has unveiled its newest 72-qubit quantum processor, known as Bristlecone, at the annual American Physical Society meeting here this week.
An international team of astronomers found new evidences that a few ultraluminous X-ray (ULXs) sources, glowing with X-ray light equal to the total output at all wavelengths of millions of suns, are relatively small neutron stars.
A new theory about the origin of the moon has suggested that the moon was not spun out of the aftermath of a collision, but emerged from a seething, donut-shaped cloud of vaporized rock inside the Earth.
The moon will have its first 4G cell phone network in 2019, the network builder Vodafone said.
Security professionals worldwide are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to defend against malware threats, U.S. tech leader Cisco said in its security report.
The World Congress on Information Technology being held in south India has many takeaways, giving an outlook on India’s information technology (IT) industry in the near future.
Two independent studies show that the biggest black holes in the universe are growing faster than the rate of stars being formed in their galaxies, meaning that at last the voracious black holes may disappear those massive galaxies.