Using up-to-date forecasts and information from the Weather Channel, the Google app in the US can now help people with seasonal allergies know what the pollen levels are going to be like for the week.
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Situated near the Norwegian town of Ballangen and within the freezing Arctic Circle, Kolos plans on becoming the world's largest data centre that will also be completely powered by renewable energy.
A new breakthrough method developed by the University of Sydney and Nanyang Technological University could mean that cheaper and easier-to-manufacture zinc-air batteries could power future devices.
After news that the Daily Stormer would lose its hosting services from GoDaddy, following a grotesque article relating to Charlottesville, it seems the site may have made up a fake Anonymous takeover.
Once the building-sized vending machines are setup towards the end of 2017, customers can make their choices and payments using their phones, and receive their new car from the fully automated system.
A popular service named the Wayback Machine, which allows people to revisit thousands of old websites, has been blocked to many users in India. The block appears to have come from a government order.
A university based start-up company called Neurable is developing a virtual reality video game that also uses a brain-computer interface allowing players to play the game using only their thoughts.
In the future, after your 40 minute journey between Washington DC and New York, you might be able to hop on an elevator that not only goes up and down, but also sideways, and between buildings.
"The flying car has no wheels" says one of the German contributors behind a 25 million Euro investment into the Volocopter, an electric 2 seater flying vehicle which will also be funded by Daimler.
For $80 Helix will sequence your DNA and then you can buy apps from other companies that can tell you, based on your DNA, what diet, exercise, and sleeping pattern might suit you best.
The DEMU train will use solar panels attached to the roofs of its coaches to provide internal power for things like lighting, this will mean the trains can save up to 21,000 litres of diesel per year.
The UV LED handrail sterilizer draws its power from the movement of the handrail of the escalator. This means that UV light will continuously destroy germs while the escalator is moving.
Dorset Police have partnered up with the Devon & Cornwall Police to create the UK's first dedicated drone unit. The drones will be used in a number of roles which include tracking terrorists.
Google's DeepMind team built three different virtual bodies that their AI could use to navigate obstacles in a rich environment where it then taught itself how to run, jump, and even crouch.
A group of researchers from a Chinese university has managed to "teleport" information, back and forth, between a site in Tibet and an orbiting satellite, by using quantum entanglement.