Google is about to enter the smart home business with a new device called Chirp.
Life imitates art as Hyundai reveals a real-world ‘power suit’ similar to the one Tony Stark wears in “Iron Man”.
Facebook insists it does not permit its employees to block news stories from its “Trending Topics” list based on political bias.
Rovio Entertainment is hoping to revive the cool of its widely-known but aging Angry Birds franchise with an animated 3D Hollywood film.
Activists say Indonesia’s largest zoo is overpopulated and are calling it a ‘zoo of death’.
Two Britons and a Mexican scale Mount Everest after the disasters of 2014 and 2015.
Sceptics say the find by the 15-year-old is not an ancient city but an old corn field.
Just a year after its initial launch Apple Music is set for a complete overhaul according to industry insiders.
Watch a sled the size of a car shoot up to 160km/h in less than two seconds, in the first demonstration of hyperloop technology.
New Zealand officials say the volcano, featured in Lord of the Rings, is showing more signs of life.
Scientists believe that a rock chip may be from a 50,000-year-old axe.
Scientists analysing ancient lava bubbles in rock say that earth’s atmosphere was once thinner than it is now.
Scientists are busy reconstructing a strange aquatic reptile with a head like a hmmerhead shark.
Nine of these are in orbits suitable for surface water, say scientists.
Some news items may never trend because of a team of curators that are allegedly squashing conservative news.