The battle against a virtual enemy has been made possible through augmented reality technology.
A couple of years ago a journalist decided to play a trick on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by asking him about quantum computers during a press conference at the Canadian Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo.
The ClipDrop space scanning app performs work which used to take a long time to complete in just seconds.
As the plaintiff states, Instagram collects confidential data about its users through unauthorized access to their devices.
Now you can turn almost anything into a touchscreen, by merely putting Protospray on top of any necessary surface.
China has created an advanced analogue of pix2pixHD and Lines2FacePhoto programmes. The mission of the neural network is to help artists with their work.
The company’s representatives are sure that the machine can already compete with human personnel.
Milrem Robotics and InnoVfoam have teamed up to create a family of fire-fighting robots that can take their live colleagues’ place.
Scientists have been looking for non-standard approaches to digital hacking systems for ages. However, recently an exciting development has come to light that is a curious and innovating way of covertly extracting data from a personal computer.
We are used to cloud storage being controlled by a third party and requiring a monthly subscription. Cubbit startup offers a new approach to the popular service.
Germany has launched a new project involving the placement of solar panels on facades. How will this idea change the architecture of the future?
The reaction rate of today's drones is about 20-40 seconds. Swiss engineers have improved these figures to 3.5 seconds.