The U.S. Air Force command has launched its Agility Prime project aimed to explore the possibility of creating flying cars for military needs.
HiTecher’s staff is against drugs, but you do not need hallucinogens to have a psychedelic experience in the 21st century. Illicit drugs and shamanistic practices are being replaced by high technologies.
Recently, the British company raised more than $7.5 million in investments, which it intends to spend to create a unique stable salt reactor.
The new method of producing cement will help to avoid carbon pollution, and all by-products will be fully reusable.
The client used for the iOS messenger deletes media files from the conversation, but they are not deleted from the recipient’s phone.
Engineers tested on-board system security and telecommunications connectivity.
Company engineers claim that the battery will last for up to 1.6 million kilometers of travel.
The service will identify information in screenshots using OCR.
The previous version of the system included the exact same workaround.
Scientists at Bauman Moscow State Technical University have developed a system made up of 16 satellites. They claim that this is the most rational solution to the problem of space debris.
The malware is based on the Ryuk cypher, but instead of demanding ransom, it simply steals files.
Norwegian developers have trained a neural network to swap real people's faces for anonymous computer-generated versions. This technology will help preserve the privacy of people in photos.