A new study has found that, when it comes to warding off mosquitoes, nothing beats mosquito spray. Researchers have warned against candles and alarms – branding the latter ‘snake oil’.
Researchers at the University of Washington Bothell have found that an abnormally warm patch of seawater – nicknamed ‘the blob,’ resulted in increased levels of ozone in the Western US.
Apple could pull inspiration from the past for future Apple Watches. The firm has received a patent for a charging mechanism capable of generating electricity by manually winding the Watch.
The latest Apple iPhone 8 rumors suggest the bottom of the display will boast a feature area with virtual buttons and new technology could be added to notify users of cracks in the screen.
A researcher from Aston University takes readers on a walk down memory lane to explain why the Nokia 3310 was so popular in the 2000s. It was robust, simplistic and offered the game Snake.
The event will, for the first time since 2002, be held in San Jose rather than San Francsisco and it could give the first hints of the firms plans for its 10th anniversary iPhone.
Giving a Roomba a tail makes it easy for humans to understand its “feelings”
Up to five inches of rain will land on the Northern California dam this weekend in the first storm which will also bring winds of up to 33mph before another 12 inches falls next week.
The canvas tent has been dubbed ‘the first Oval Office’ because it served as the field command center where Washington slept, but also used during the 1781 Siege of Yorktown.
The mission, called EM-1, was designed to be uncrewed, and was expected to launch in 2018 – but could now carry four astronauts around the moon in the new Orion capsule.
A study conducted in the Western Ghats region of India has found that tigers, leopards and dholes (Asian wild dogs) have found a way to get along and co-exist together.
Musk is mulling buying the giant tunneling machine made by a German firm and used to dig a water tunnel in DC to see how he can improve it for his ‘boring company’, he told Bloomberg.
Colorado’s beetle-infested forests are peppered with an estimated 834 million standing dead trees that cause a major fire risk, officials have revealed.