Germany’s Federal Network Agency has warned that parents should destroy the Cayla doll, because its smart technology can allow hackers to talk and listen to children.
Researchers from the University of Leicester have discovered a gene that protects neurons from damage in fruit flies, which may allow for more tailored Parkinson’s treatments.
The competition called on innovators to develop a system that collect and channel waste away from the body, so astronauts can relieve themselves while wearing a spacesuit in microgravity for six days.
The gaming console from Japanese gaming firm Nintendo has been shipped to an eager fan two weeks early. The Switch is out March 3, but footage leaked online seems to be the real deal.
Engineers at the Ford Research and Innovation Centre in Germany are designing a crowd-sourced map that will use data collected from their vehicles’ sensors and cameras.
The dating app has taken over California-based Wheel, an app that lets users send each other short Snapchat-style video clips. The video app lets strangers connect to create ‘video stories’.
In the hope of bringing internet access to even the most remote corners of the globe, Google parent Alphabet’s ‘Loon’ project has taken a significant step closer to global roll out.
Researchers from Ulm University in Germany crafted the treadmill (pictured) using dental floss and a Styrofoam ball as they explored the homing behaviour of desert ants.
‘Microdosing’ on psychedelics has become popular in California’s affluent Silicon Valley. Now, University of Cambridge researchers have assessed how effective the practice is.
In the grid of question marks is one icon that is not quite identical to the rest – but only those with lightning quick responses will be able to spot it in ten seconds or less.
Jurassica Natural History in Switzerland believes that the turtle’s unique ability to retract its head inside shell developed to let it hunt rather than hide in its shell.
Snap, the parent company of LA-based Snapchat, set a valuation of between $16.20 billion and $18.52 billion in its initial public offering, significantly below expectations.
All this week in the Mail’s life-changing series, Professor Jason Ellis has drawn on his experience to help tackle sleep problems. in the final part of his series he reveals a specialist technique.