We've seen the future and we're on board.
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Apple’s new iMac Pro has officially arrived in the UK and along with it the revelation that this is quite comfortably the company’s most-expensive product.
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Like all good things it involves giant lasers.
Would you sell your car for one of these?
Certainly beats being stuck in rush hour.
Imagine the Tesla Roadster, but with SpaceX’s rocket technology.
It was developed by four students from Canada.
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'Players will learn spells, explore their real world neighbourhoods and cities to discover & fight legendary beasts.'
Has our love affair with smartphones come to an end?
Are smartphones just no longer smart for the younger generation?
The astrolabe was used by mariners to explore the high seas.
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We could actually see the explosion from 130 million light-years away.
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Patients described feeling like a computer that had ‘rebooted’.
Buzz Aldrin walks by some scientific equipment on the surface of the Moon during the Apollo 11 mission.
Around 2% of the DNA of non-African people is Neanderthal, which means that inevitably there were always going to be some traits that were passed down.
It seems likely that the organisation will simply use the same spacecraft that it is currently developing for Mars.
Einstein’s bold theory was finally proven right.
Work could start on the lunar station as early as the 2020s.
The 1.9-million-square-foot complex will be completely cut off from the outside world.
A folding paper bicycle helmet that costs less than R90 (£5) has been named as the international winner of the James Dyson Award 2016. The ingenious EcoHelmet is ultra-strong, recyclable, waterp...