The International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center on Oct. 2 announced that a dwarf planet was found on the outermost borderline of the solar system.
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The FBI forced a suspect in a child abuse case to unlock his iPhone X using Face ID facial recognition software.
The Frontiers in Cancer Research meeting held by the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) has opened a forum for scientists to speak about new research and findings.
Jeff Bezos’ private space company is getting ready for liftoff as the Amazon founder’s Blue Origin has won a contract to supply engines for United Launch Alliance.
Twitter announced on Sept. 25 that it will be prohibiting “dehumanizing speech” on its site with a new policy.
An asteroid NASA calls it “The Great Pumpkin” due to its tendency to fly by around Halloween — we last saw it Oct. 2015.
Epic Games accidentally altered the breast physics for the character Calamity’s lowest tiered skin, causing her breasts to jiggle when she performs the Jubilee emote.
Terrafugia which was acquired by Volvo’s parent company Geely, has developed a flying car named the Transition.
Dutch engineering company BPO and Nasser Al Shawaf have designed the first calorie-burning car called the FitCar PPV.
Walmart has applied for a patent titled, “System And Method For A Biometric Feedback Cart Handle,” which will monitor shopper’s stress levels.