SpaceX set to prove that its rockets can be reused

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While climate scientists are desperately scrambling to find out ways to protect coral reefs, Queensland Museum’s senior curator Tom Bridge has said that there is a reef "twilight zone" that protect

NASA testing origami-inspired robot scout for Mars missions

U.S. space agency NASA has confirmed that it is testing an origami-inspired scout robot called Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot (PUFFER), which will be used to explore the surface of Mars.

Extreme climate trends continue after record 2016

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has warned that extreme and unusual climate trends have continued in 2017, and they are reaching new disturbing levels across the Earth.

Nintendo Switch enjoying successful rollout

The Nintendo Switch is enjoying a successful rollout, as evident from the fact that the new console has already sold more than 1.5 million units globally.

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Verizon will not have exclusive rights to provide network for the approaching Moto Z2 Force as the upcoming smartphone will be sold by numerous other wireless carriers in the United States, emergin

The Michigan Department of Health & Human Services has warned that diners at two local restaurants in Ann Arbor might have been exposed to measles on 6th or 7th of April.

Cupertino-based tech giant Apple Inc. on Friday received a permit from the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to test self-driving vehicles on the state’s public roads.

Texas health officials are struggling to cope with a record-breaking outbreak of mumps that has swept through the entire state, sickening hundreds of people.

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones are garnering an unprecedented number f pre-orders, suggesting that the Galaxy Note7 fiasco failed to break consumers’ trust in the Korean electronics gi