The BBC has announced that it plans to spend about $44 million (£34 million) in online children’s content across the next three years, responding to the rise of Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon. The plan goes into effect immediately.
It’s an end of an era for Adobe Flash, the software that helped bring online video to the masses in the Internet's early days but also frustrated people for nearly two decades over its frequent updates and buggy nature.
A few years ago, NASA Langley Research Center developed a new technology called Safeguard.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 might be the company’s priciest smartphone ever, reports Venture Beat’s Evan Blass.
Intel unveiled its Compute Card, a credit card-sized device that’s basically an entire PC, at CES this year.
Thanks to a breakthrough in robotic technology, surgeons performing delicate operations via computer will now have the sense of touch.
Raul Polit Casillas, a systems engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California and son to a fashion designer, has alongside his team developed new fabrics to be used for large antennas and other deployable devices.
If Facebook has its way, passwords could be a thing of the past.