NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik took to Twitter to share footage of his hilarious recent experiments with a fidget spinner aboard the International Space Station.
Egypt says archaeologists have discovered the head of a wooden statue, likely belonging to a female regent who ruled the country more than 4,000 years ago.
Dr Ryan Scoats, an expert at Birmingham City University, said after several threesome experiences he noticed there are few academic studies into the sexual dynamic.
David Kennedy of the University of Western Australia said the purpose and age of these structures, found in the Harrat Khaybar region in Saudia Arabia, remains unknown.
A person's consciousness continues to work after the body has died, a study from New York University Langone School of Medicine finds. The findings echo the new Hollywood film Flatliners.
Researchers from Google's London-based DeepMind have unveiled the new AlphaGo Zero system in a study published in Nature today.
Researchers at the University of Liverpool, Maastricht University and King's College London found that a low dose of alcohol can improve bilingual speakers' ability to speak a second language.
Bigelow Aerospace is working with United Launch Alliance to send an inflatable habitat to low lunar orbit by 2022 to provide a 'lunar depot' as well as a place for NASA to train astronauts.
Baidu chief executive Robin Li on Tuesday said the Chinese internet giant will have a self-driving bus on the road soon as it races for a lead in autonomous vehicles.
Evelyn Schwarz, 29, runs the aptly named 'Bordoll' in Dortmund - a fusion of the words 'bordello' and 'doll'. Schwarz has stocked her establishment with 11 silicone love dolls, each costing £1,786.
The Nielsen company, which measures viewership of television programs, now has a way to collect and widely spread details about how many people watch programming by streaming services such as Netflix.
California-based Google's AutoML AI has outdone human engineers by building machine-learning software that's more efficient and powerful than the top human-designed systems.
An Italian architect has released a dramatic concept which sees humans setting up a colony on the red planet in 2117. The artistic design is being presented at an exhibition in China.
An image of an Australian Green Tree Frog eating what appears to be an Eastern Brown Snake has gone viral, after a Reddit user posted it with the caption 'One Last Scream Into the Abysssss'.
The California-based developers of tbh - internet-slang short for 'to be honest' - say more than 5 million people have downloaded its app since it launched on August 3. It is available in most US states.
A global update to Facebook could be on the way after an anonymous tipster leaked images of the temporary profile status project, showing the new function's 101 character limit.
The vast screen - which is around the size of four tennis courts - features facial and car recognition technology to target people with hidden cameras. It will be installed in London this month.
The expansion of the programme in the UK brings the total number of brands to 101, including Head & Shoulders, Gaviscon, Febreze and Tampax.
Philip Rutnam, permanent secretary at the UK Home Office, told MPs in Westminster yesterday that the days of chip and pin are over and 'new' technology is needed.
Mama, the 59-year-old former matriarch at Royal Burgers Zoo in the Netherlands, was curled up in a ball and refusing food until the arrival of Professor Jan van Hooff, who she first met in 1972.
Scientists at Oxford University have found that dyslexics have an unusual pattern of cells in their eyes which makes letters appear back to front.
With the Pixel XL, Google has created a handset that is not only the best Android device out there, but arguably matches the iPhone 8 in terms of design and feel.
Highways England is carrying out tests using sunflower oil to prevent potholes after University of Nottingham engineers found it helps asphalt to heal without compromising durability.
Using the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) on Mt Gragam in Southeastern Arizona to observe the small near-Earth object, researchers have confirmed our 'traveling buddy' is an asteroid.
During a conference at the American Astronomical Society Division for Planetary Science meeting in Provo, Utah, the Cassini team shared a number of new findings after the mission ended.
The flaming object, which is now believed to be discarded Russian spaceship, sped through skies over the UAE at around 19:30 (16:30 BST/11:30 EST) on Monday.
A 'heat map' of Britain shows the areas most at risk of automation, with workers in the ex industrial heartlands of the North and Midlands most likely to lose their jobs.
Could Jack have survived in the Titanic? A question that has been discussed on and off since the movie's release in 1997.
Kaspersky Lab Inc said a group it was tracking, BlackOasis, used the unknown weakness on Oct. 10 to plant malware on computers before connecting them back to foreign servers.
In a new study, Dr Josue Ortega from the University of Essex and Mr Philipp Hergovich from the University of Vienna looked at the effect online dating is having on society.
The discovery was made by two incredibly sensitive detectors in Washington and Louisiana, operated by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (Ligo).
Humans could be 'melded' to machines, giving us huge advancements in the power of human brains, experts told peers at the House of Lords Artificial Intelligence Committee in London.
According to Carmen Simon, a cognitive scientist and author of the book Impossible to Ignore, there are simple things you can do when you meet someone to ensure you're unforgettable.
It seems everyone’s at it these days – taking selfies and then showing them off on mobiles or social media. And now your fridge is about to join the fun by using built-in cameras to snap shelves.
The firm has revealed it will start building its videoconferencing app, called Duo, into Androi, and the Video call option will appear in Phone, Contacts, and Android Messages apps.
The jet is an early unmanned prototype of the company's 18 passenger S-512 Quiet Supersonic Jet, and the firm says the tests were a 'huge success'.
Researchers at Concordia University designed a system that optimizes indoor conditions including air quality, temperature and lighting based on the preferences of each office worker.