Astronomers piece together new ‘lucky’ image of Jupiter

An incredible image of glowing Jupiter has been produced by astronomers using a “lucky imaging” technique. The shot is one of the sharpest observations of...

Huawei employees reportedly helped African governments spy

Well, the US now has yet another reported case of espionage-related misdeeds it can point to as additional proof of why the Huawei ban...

Scientists successfully reversed stroke damage in rodent tests

Over the years, doctors and healthcare professionals have learned a lot about what increases the risk of a person having a stroke. Things like...

Car company designs ventilator using windshield wiper motor for COVID-19 treatment

Spanish automaker SEAT has quickly developed a ventilator for the coronavirus fight that uses car parts and is being built on one of its...

Army’s new fabric works to destroy nerve agents

Nerve agents are some of the deadliest substances on the planet. From Sarin gas, which turns the human nervous system against itself, to mustard...

Google’s Pixel 3a is the best bet for a bargain smartphone

At a time when phone-makers seem to be vying to out-do each other on asking the highest price — Google is taking the opposite...

‘No One Who Is 18 These Days Believes That War Is Easily Won.’ With...

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HIV patient appears to be cured after stem cell treatment

A 40-year-old HIV patient has been declared cured after a promising treatment has left him with no active virus. The man, Adam Castillejo, was...

Apple Is Recalling Some MacBook Pro Models Because of Overheating Batteries

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Amazon says directive for employees to delete TikTok was a mistake

Amazon employees who on Friday morning were told to delete TikTok from their phones received the directive by mistake, the company told The Post. The...

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Engineers create bionic arm with 3D printer in just 10 hours

A team of designers and engineers successfully produced a 3D-printed, made-to-measure bionic hand in just 10 hours. Experts from research and education group WMG, which...

NASA ‘optometrists’ confirm new Mars rover has 20/20 vision

When NASA launches the Mars Perseverance rover to the Red Planet this summer it will be the most technologically advanced piece of equipment the...

NASA developed a high-pressure coronavirus ventilator in 37 days

For those with the most serious reactions to the novel coronavirus, assisted breathing is often vital. Unfortunately, the machines that efficiently provide that assistance...

IBM is laying off 1,700 employees

IBM confirmed Friday that it is laying off 1,700 employees. The layoffs, which affect one half of 1 percent of IBM’s 340,000 strong workforce —...

China unveils name of first Mars exploration mission

BEIJING – China’s space agency on Friday unveiled the name of its first Mars exploration mission, coinciding with China’s annual Space Day and the...

Activists pushing for federal facial recognition ban

A coalition of activist groups representing more than 15 million combined members is pushing for a federal ban on law enforcement’s use of facial...

Samsung’s $2,000 foldable phone is hitting US stores this week

Samsung’s $2,000 folding phone will hit stores this week following a months-long design delay. The Galaxy Fold, which was originally due to hit shelves in...

Brain-controlled exoskeleton lets paralyzed man walk again

It’s one giant robotic step for mankind. A paralyzed French man can walk again thanks to a groundbreaking new mind-controlled “exoskeleton” device — which offers...

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