Scientists have developed a pouch that mimics the environment of the womb and the functions of the placenta.
Uber stated ambitions to test a flying taxi service by 2020 to go into operation by 2023 at their inaugural Elevate Summit in Dallas, Texas.
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Technological progress brings far-reaching benefits, but it also poses increasingly serious threats to humankind. With governments and citizens already struggling with the consequences of recent innovations – from job displacement to security risks – technology policy is likely to take center stage
A gaggle of America's biggest hi-tech companies have called for a silicon veto of President Trump's tightening of controls on HB1 visas, saying they threaten jobs and competitivity.
Swansea University is trialling a new bandage that can pick up blood clotting or spot infections and send the information back to the patient’s doctor…
Japanese conglomerate Toshiba is in crisis, saying its very survival is in doubt.
Launched in January 2016 as an independent startup, Sweden-based Uniti first made it to the headlines with the crowdfunding campaign in which, in just two days, they achieved their goal of raising 500
Twitter said it will abandon its egg-shaped default profile picture as users increasingly associate the avatar with abusive online behaviour.
After a string of resignations from Donald Trump’s team over their ties with Russia, both the US House and Senate continue to investigate alleged Russian hacking apparently aimed at getting Trump…
What if clothes could warn you when you were getting stressed; alert you if your baby was suffering from a fever; or act as a hands-free torch.
Amber Rudd, the UK Home Secretary, has accused Facebook-owned communications company WhatsApp of giving terror suspects a "place to hide".
Ministers from seven European countries have signed a declaration in Rome, as they set their sights on seizing a share of the supercomputer future.
Both Britain and the United States announced cabin baggage restrictions on larger electronic devices on Tuesday, amid aviation security fears.
What is behind the decision to ban certain electronic devices from US-bound flights from a list of Muslim countries?
Donald Trump’s government said on Tuesday that it is banning airline passengers travelling to the US from several mainly Muslim countries from carrying large electronic devices in their cabin…
German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at CeBIT, in Hannover, Germany.
A Beijing park has introduced facial recognition for toilet tissue dispensers in one of the city's busiest public toilets in a bid to wipe out the scourge of toilet roll thieves.
Wearable technology is no longer reserved for humans. Now pet owners can purchase fitness tracking collars for their cats and dogs to monitor many different aspects of their pets.
Dinosaur receptionists were on standby on Wednesday (March 15) as a second hotel staffed mostly by robots and automatons opened in Tokyo.
When you think of street art, Banksy and his contemporaries might be the first creatives that spring to mind, but a new wave of artists are using a less permanent form of expression to create their ma
A passenger on a flight from Beijing to Melbourne has been injured by her flaming headphones.
As Japanese companies prepare to unveil new innovations at the CeBIT tech summit in Hannover next week euronews is given a preview for this special edition of…
US microchip maker Intel is buying Israeli driverless technology firm Mobileye which could give it a dominant role in the autonomous-driving sector.
A company has unveiled a washing machine specifically catered to the Indian market. It has a curry stain washing function