Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, then start. Sound familiar? The Konami Code, as this sequence came to be known, is one of the most recognizable artifacts of an earlier era of gaming.
Tuesday afternoon, longtime Disney CEO Bob Iger, announced suddenly that he was stepping down after 15 years, effective immediately. Iger will still serve as chairman, but his replacement, Bob Chapek,
Nearly two years after its season 2 finale had everyone buzzing, Westworld is returning with a long-awaited third season. A new trailer teases a looming battle between humans and Westworld's robotic hosts.
It's a quantum physics breakthrough. And it's all thanks to some tweezers. Scientists have trapped and observed individual atoms for what they say is the first time ever. The mechanism is a kind of supercooled
US officials have told Bernie Sanders that Russia is trying to help his campaign, prompting the frontrunner in the Democratic race to strongly condemn any interference. Republican Donald Trump and US have
While President Jimmy Carter was in the White House, he championed new energy and became the first president to use solar panels to power portions of the building. That legacy has continued decades later
Google on Friday evening published a support article meant to clarify the ongoing situation with Huawei. Last year, the United States government barred companies in the US from working with the Chinese
A 20-year-old Chinese woman from Wuhan travelled hundreds of miles to another city where she is believed to have infected five relatives without showing signs of infection, scientists in China have said,
In South Korea, Singapore and Iran, clusters of infections are leading to a jump in cases of the new viral illness outside China. But it’s not the numbers that are worrying experts: It's that increasingly
A mysterious radio source located in a galaxy 500 million light years from Earth is pulsing on a 16-day cycle, like clockwork, according to a new study. This marks the first time that scientists have detected
Tech’s 2019 Year in Review: What to Do About Big Tech, the Tech Cold War and the Age of Foldables and Streaming
As we reflect on the events that made up 2019, we offer a deeper dive into 10 themes that shaped the tech world: it’s our second annual Year in Tech Review! There were many stories to choose from this
It's like using a magnifying glass to start a fire. Only much bigger. CNN Business reports that scientists working in “stealth mode” have announced a way to turn solar energy into extreme heat that could
NASA's first all-female spacewalk will take place Friday with astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir, whose task will be to replace a faulty battery charge-discharge unit. Plus, an unusual, brainless organism called "the blob" or "many-headed slime," will make its first public appearance at the Paris Zoological Park Saturday. This single-cell being lacks a nervous system, has 720 sexes, can learn, pass knowledge to other molds, and heal itself in minutes, baffling scientists. And, a new seismic phenomenon named "stormquakes" discovered.
Rocket propulsion is the cornerstone for space travel but it has its own limitations. The amount of fuel that can be stored aboard a spacecraft limits the distance it can traverse. But, an innovative of
It’s been a busy couple of months for smart speakers — Amazon released a bunch just this week, including updated versions of its existing Echo hardware and a new Echo Studio with premium sound. Sonos introduced
It helps a LOT as a nervous flier during turbulence. Flying makes me anxious. I worry about the fact you're 36,000 feet above ground, I worry about the fact you have no control over the aircraft (especially
Plans of luxury space hotel have been released which, when completed, will be the first-holiday destination in space! The hotel will have almost all the amenities that are available on Earth, except probably
Quantum teleportation has been a term related to qubits for the longest time and recently, researchers have successfully teleported ‘qutrits’. The research published on American Physical Society is a breakthrough
Apple hops on the ASMR trend with its latest series of shot on iPhone ads, created to help you relax no matter where you are. ASMR — short for autonomous sensory meridian response — is the experience weird
Among plastics, perhaps no item is as villainized as grocery bags. Canadian officials recently announced that the country would move to ban single-use plastics, including bags, by as early as 2021, and
Facebook has announced a digital currency called Libra that will allow its billions of users to make financial transactions across the globe, in a move that could potentially shake up the world’s banking