Google is temporarily halting advertisements worldwide for addiction and rehabilitation centers, following a report last week showing it was acting as a platform for shady referral services earning huge undisclosed commissions. Read More
A renowned Linux innovator has developed a new mobile OS, called “Project eelo,” in an effort to provide a level of data privacy that traditional Android and iOS devices fail to offer. Eelo will allow mobile phone users to regain control over their personal information at a price they can afford, said Gael Duval, who […]
Enlarge / The interior of a TerraFarm. (credit: Local Roots) Eric and Matt could not be more earnest in their quest to feed the world. These two fresh-faced LA boys founded Local Roots four years ago. Their first purchases were broken-down, 40-foot shipping containers—this is apparently easy to do, since it is cheaper for shipping […]
The visitor center for Apple’s new spaceship campus is now open to the public — and we just got the grand tour.
The tech giant will spend about $1.3 billion on the project.
The government's mission to put the UK at the forefront of commercial spaceflight has been given a big boost after plans were announced to build the world's first private space research centre in Bedfordshire. The £120 million Blue Abyss facili…
BMW has already staked its claim in the self-driving production timeline, with plans to release an autonomous electric car by 2021. To help meet that goal, the carmaker is opening a dedicated facility aimed at developing connected and automated driving tech in Unterschleissheim, Germany near Munich. The facility is designed to begin operations in mid-2017, and […]
NASA At first glance, the Kennedy Space Center survived the passage of Hurricane Matthew on Friday with only minor flesh wounds. According to NASA, after an initial aerial survey on Saturday, officials determined the center received some isolated roof damage, some downed power lines, and limited water intrusion. Further inspections will take place on Sunday, […]
Launch site shuts down as mega-storm looks set to hit it head on Hurricane Matthew, the category four storm that has already claimed more than 100 lives in the Caribbean, is bearing down on the coast of Florida – and NASA’s Kennedy Space Center looks likely to take an absolute hammering.…