Technology is changing, and more and more people are communicating with emoticons. Anthony reports on an interesting new study that shows how we're starting to perceive emoticons as real facial expressions.
A new method of identifying and counting whales uses high resolution satellite imagery. Continue reading →
Scientists report a small but significant step when the amount of energy produced by fusing ions exceeded what was naturally stored inside the fuel.
A cloud firm has offered a $25K challenge to hackers to try and break into their system but cryptology expert says the contest is worthless.
The technology is close but FAA rules and regulations are the main hurdle.
Forget helicopters: Quadrotors are where it's at! These four-bladed machines are revolutionizing everything from package delivery to search and rescue. Anthony explains how they work and why the U.S. Air Force has such a strong interest in them.
New military technologies abound. The Navy says carriers are still relevant in modern wars.
A mysterious blob seen on radar screens in Alabama is finally explained.
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