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Apple IS developing a car: First patent for 'Project Titan' reveals pedestrian avoidance system

Apple has been awarded a patent that suggests it's much rumoured 'Project Titan' car project is getting closer to being revealed.  The document describes technology for a collision avoidance system that is designed for robots, or self-driving cars. It is

Daily Mail, 2 min. ago
 

Dramatic moment Russian special forces use a machinegun ROBOT as they 'take out' ISIS warlord behind deadly...

This is the moment Russian special forces used a machinegun robot during an operation to kill an ISIS warlord behind a wave of deadly bombings in the country. Dramatic footage shows anti-terror officers firing into a building after cornering Rustam Aseld

Daily Mail, 2 min. ago
 

Will Apple's next iPhone FOLD? Patents reveal flexible 'flip phone' handset design

Apple has been granted another patent for a folding phone, fueling rumours it could be preparing a radical new type of device.  Some claim the Cupertino brand's future iPhone could be influenced by 1990s flip phones, made popular by Motorola. The new pat

Daily Mail, 18 min. ago
 

Facebook copies Snapchat AGAIN with new 'photo frame' feature linked to user's location

It appears Facebook hasn’t given up on being a Snapchat clone just yet. The social media giant is now testing custom location-based camera filters that overlay pictures and videos – similar to Snapchat's ‘geo-filters’. Users build ‘frames’ on any design

Daily Mail, 18 min. ago
 

Meet Fyodor: Russia's spacebot put through its paces on Earth before being blasted to the ISS - where it...

A series of new images has given the most detailed glimpse yet of Fyodor, the Russian spacebot bound for the International Space Station. The images show the humanoid robot lifting weights, gripping a steering wheel, and even shaking hands with a human.

Daily Mail, 18 min. ago
 

Take the mind-bending tests that reveal how our brain 'makes up' part of our peripheral vision

The world around you might not be exactly as it seems. In a new study, researchers have found that some of what we see in the periphery – the areas just outside our eye’s direct focus – could be a visual illusion. A series of ‘uniformity illusions’ revea

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:24
 

Inside the 'Flying White House' which is ready to welcome Trump: How Air Force One is the most secure - and...

The secrets of Air Force One has been divulged, revealing some of the amazing features that make 'the Flying White House' the most high-tech - and most luxurious - aircraft in the world.  The official presidential plane can carry more than 100 people, wi

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:24
 

Look out for auroras! Forecasters predict geomagnetic storms will batter the skies until Friday and spark...

Geomagnetic storm activity this week could send dazzling rainbow lights across the sky. Space-weather forecasters have issued a G1 Watch through Friday – the lowest classification on the geomagnetic storm scale. While any effects on the power grid or spa

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:24
 

'Is that even a phone?' Children's hilarious reactions as they try out old telephones and predict the...

Technology has moved at an incredible pace in the last few decades, and children now grow up with the world at their fingertips. So what would they think of a landline with a rotating dial, or even the earliest mobile telephone? A smart phone company put

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:24
 
White House voices concerns about China cyber law

White House voices concerns about China cyber law

The White House said on Thursday that it raised concerns about China's new cyber security law during a meeting with a Chinese official after the latest round of talks between the two countries on cyber crime. U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice met

Reuters, yesterday, 22:11
 
German authorities probe Volkswagen's Porsche for manipulation software

German authorities probe Volkswagen's Porsche for manipulation software

Germany is investigating whether Volkswagen's (VW) sportscar brand Porsche used software to disguise exhaust emissions, the country's car industry regulator said on Thursday, in a fresh blow to VW's attempts to move on from a 15 month-old scandal. The in

Reuters, yesterday, 22:11
 

Will your next iPhone be made in America? Apple supplier Foxconn confirms 'preliminary discussions' to...

Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics manufacturer and a major Apple Inc supplier, said on Wednesday that it was in preliminary discussions to expand its operations in the United States. 'While the scope of the potential investment has not be

Daily Mail, yesterday, 21:22
 

The world's oldest cancer case: Tumor found in the mouth of ferocious giant 'Gorgon' that roamed the Earth...

A ferocious giant beast that roamed Earth 255 million years ago would have had terrible toothache - thank to a cancerous tumour in its jaws, according to new research. The prehistoric creature was suffering from a dental tumour - making it the world's ol

Daily Mail, yesterday, 21:09
 

Mercedes reveals smart headlights that can project directions onto the road ahead

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled a headlight system that automatically adjusts depending on the traffic conditions and environment. Called 'Digital Light', it uses two million microscopic mirrors with sensors and software to shine beams of light in areas that

Daily Mail, yesterday, 21:09
 

$4.4bn USS Zumwalt set to FINALLY arrive at its new home port of San Diego after breaking down in the...

The most expensive destroyer ever built for the Navy is finally set to arrive at its home port - after breaking down on the way.  The stealthy USS Zumwalt will arrive later today in San Diego, where it will begin installation of combat systems and furthe

Daily Mail, yesterday, 20:10
 


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