Darkness swept across the US on Monday as the eclipse traveled from coast to coast, ending just before 3pm EDT in South Carolina.
Researchers from the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in Paris used atmospheric models to simulate the weather on Mars.
Nottingham-based vet Amber Pickworth says the modern obsession with staring at screens may be causing pooches to suffer from anxiety and depression (stock image).
The company prematurely listed the U.S. unlocked version of the phone on its online store Friday, just days ahead of the launch. While the link didn't work, the official image revealed some clues.
A study by researchers at Lund University in Sweden found that both humans and chimpanzees imitate to a similar extent, and imitation in apes might have evolved for social purposes.
As if a solar eclipse was not enough, the moon threw some virtual shade at the sun on Twitter on Monday, as millions watched the first coast-to-coast total eclipse in the United States in nearly a century
It is now officially out of developer beta and part of Android Open Source Project, meaning it will be rolling out over the next few months and some users can get a pre-commercial version today.
From astronauts aboard the International Space Station to satellites orbiting the Earth, NASA has revealed a collection of incredible eclipse images.
The process entails transporting microbial life - such as bacteria or algae - to Mars. The organisms would use Martian soil as fuel to pump out oxygen, which could then be harvested.
Images posted to Chinese social media site Weibo seem to confirm rumours about the upcoming iPhone 8, expected to be unveiled in September alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.
Texas researchers discovered the seed husks are rich in protective compounds which may prevent the growth of malignant tumours and the build-up of fat inside our arteries.
Researchers from Tsinghua University are using silk to develop a more sensitive and flexible generation of multi-purpose devices.
The UK's electricity transmission network National Grid, based in London, has issued a reported which examines the impact of increased ownership of electric cars over the next 30 years.
The maths sums are from the new Asian-style maths teaching techniques that many British schools are starting to weave into their own lesson plans.
China National Nuclear Corporation, based in Beijing, has announced plans for a fleet of vessels that will likely be deployed in the internationally contested South China Seas.
Wolfsburg-based car company Volkswagen has decided to go ahead with the production of an electric version of its classic Microbus camper van (pictured, concept image)
Researchers from the Pratt Institute in New York used a recently developed portable macro X-ray fluorescence instrument to reveal the elements used in the creation of the painting.
The film, which is made of polyethylene and tiny tubes of clay, has been created by researchers from Sabanci University in Istanbul.
Microsoft, based in Redmond, Washington, says improvements to the AI that powers its speech recognition software have achieved a 5.1 per cent margin of error, on a par with trained professionals.
More than 1,500 Reddit users took to the online forum to reveal the basic breaches of etiquette that leave them feeling frustrated, from eating loudly to failing to make an introduction.
Killer robots - including lethal microdrone swarms - should be urgently banned before a wave of weapons of mass destruction gets out of control, industry leaders say.
The job is for a distributed systems engineer 'to develop a critical infrastructure component that is to be a key part of the Apple ecosystem'.
Cambridge Medical Robotics have created a robot arm, which is suitable for use in delicate keyhole surgical operations.
If visible, the sun will resemble a biscuit with a small bite taken out of it as part of the moon blocks out its rays just before sunset.
Among younger women, four in ten cases of breast cancer can be blamed on high breast density, according to a recent US study.
Alan Gifford, from Swansea, is thought to have become the youngest in the world to have two prosthetic hands.
Stanford University researchers developed a way to scour the complete human genome for disease-associated genes without revealing genetic information that isn't related to the inquiry.
Apple and Comcast are both in 'pressing' talks with movie studios to make films available for home viewing as soon as two weeks after they are released in theaters for only $30 to $50.
Researchers from the University of Western Australia tested a second artificial womb on fetal lambs. They were able to keep the lambs in there for one week and say the animals were born healthy.
Japan's Himawari 8 weather satellite caught the moment when a shadow passed over the Pacific last year, creating a total solar eclipse in Indonesia, from orbit above the Earth.
The image, which won a British Heart Foundation photo contest, was snapped by a University of Leeds researcher who is studying how clots form.
The Dutch merchant ship De Rooswijk was carrying chests of silver ingots, silver dollars and pieces of eight when it hit the treacherous sandbanks off the coast of Deal, Kent, in January 1740.
The winning photographs from the BMC Ecology Image Competition have been revealed, ranging from close-ups that capture the animated life of insects, to aerial views of vast landscapes.
New research from the University of Southern Denmark found the ‘acutely toxic’ element antimony, which likely caused vomiting, diarrhea, liver and kidney damage, and cardiac arrest.
On Instagram, accounts such as slimequeens , have amassed more than a million followers. Their feeds are made up mostly of videos of hands and fingers manipulating various types of slime.
Nick Herbert, from West Wickham in London, is selling his ReplyASAP messaging app to help stressed out parents across the country keep track of their children.
Researchers at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in California found that filter-feeding animals called giant larvaceans can collect and consume microplastic particles in the deep sea.