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Next year both the Olympics and Paralympics are being held in Tokyo. Toyota is the official fleet provider for both events. The company is planning a massive deployment of both battery-electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles.
Tropical storm warnings are in effect for several Caribbean islands Sunday as Tropical Storm Dorian heads toward the region on a path that could send it crashing into Puerto Rico as a hurricane by possibly on Tuesday.
White House staffers have been scurrying to clean up another Trump mess as the "chosen one" sparked skepticism and fear after declaring American companies “are hereby ordered to immediately start looking for an alternative to China.”
New research from Israel indicates that suggests routers, produced by established manufacturers, are at risk in terms of data leaks, especially in relation to people who connect up to these services.
Canadian technologists have successfully integrated blockchain technology into energy systems. This is to expand the charging infrastructure required to power electric vehicles and to provide a means to make transaction transparent.
Is our increased use (and reliance) upon voice assistants making us ruder and more impatient? Will the trend change the more we use such devices in the future, or will this alter as technology becomes more interactive? A new survey assesses.
Technologists have applied machine learning to build a different system to monitor and assess factory and warehouse workers and inform them how ergonomic their jobs are, with the data reviewed and calculated in real time.
Just hours after accusing Jewish people who vote for Democrats of “disloyalty," Trump quoted a controversial radio host who called him the “King of Israel” and “the second coming of God,” in the latest of a series of inflammatory comments.
What, no internet? That is no problem for Juan, who used to play the e-sports game Dota 2 on a giant local intranet created with a massive network of cables and antennas connecting thousands of homes in Havana.
Google on Thursday said it disabled a series of YouTube channels that appeared to be part of a coordinated influence campaign against pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
US authorities on Thursday announced charges against 80 people, most of them Nigerians, in a wide-ranging fraud and money laundering operation that netted millions of dollars from victims of internet con jobs.
Graphene is about as obvious as the wheel as the Next Big Thing in computer processing. University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) has found a way of making it happen, it seems, and it looks good.
A Soyuz spacecraft carrying Russia's first humanoid robot on Saturday failed to dock automatically with the international space station, Moscow news agencies reported.
Russia on Thursday launched an unmanned rocket carrying a life-size humanoid robot that will spend 10 days learning to assist astronauts on the International Space Station.
A new method for detecting bioluminescence from exoplanets may be the way of the future for finding life on these planets and may have applications on Earth.
US officials have finally confirmed that a series of mysterious explosions in Iraq were actually caused by Israeli airstrikes although some had already suspected this to be the case
Papua New Guinea has asked Australia for hundreds of millions of dollars in direct budget support, as the impoverished Melanesian nation tries to prop up shaky public finances.
Stone-throwing protesters killed a truck driver in Indian Kashmir, police said Monday, as a crippling security lockdown entered its fourth week in the restive territory.
The Democratic Republic of Congo announced a coalition government Monday, seven months after the inauguration of new President Felix Tshisekedi."The government is finally here.
Triple Paralympic champion Markus Rehm, known as the "Blade Jumper", regularly outperforms able-bodied athletes in the long jump but dreams of beating them on the same stage.The charismatic German's world-record leap of 8.
On August 24, Swedish pole vaulter Mondo Duplantis had a good reason to be proud. He cleared six meters in "Finnkampen" 2019 in Stockholm.
81-year-old Greek woman, Anastasia Gerolymatou, has a major reason to celebrate. She set a Guinness World Record in windsurfing.
American pole vaulter Sam Kendricks has a major reason to celebrate. He won the men's pole vault competition at the 2019 Diamond League in Paris.
According to CNET the new streaming service will be launched this November 12th. It will support four simultaneous streams and 4k for just $6.99 a month. Subscribers can also create and manage up to seven profiles on a single account.
On August 25, "General Hospital" lead actors Steve Burton (Jason Morgan) and Laura Wright (Carly Corinthos) brought their inaugural "BFF Tour" to Governor's Comedy Club in Levittown on Long Island, where they played for a sold-out venue.
Aaliyah, the perennial princess of R&B, died tragically at 22 years old in a plane crash on August 25, 2001. Her music, legacy, and style are never forgotten.
On August 24, country star Brantley Gilbert headlined Xfinity Theatre in Connecticut, where he was able to get the party started from the opening song. He commanded the stage throughout the entire night.
A new survey assesses the digital transformation of banking and finds that when compared to healthcare, energy and utilities, plus other consumer and industrial products, banking is significantly ahead when it comes to digital maturity.
Japan and the United States have reached a broad agreement in trade negotiations, reports said Sunday, with the leaders of both countries expected to hold talks on the sidelines of the G7 summit.
It may sound like a strange thing to enshrine in a country's constitution: the right to pay cash.But a debate on whether to do just that has entered Austria's election campaign, shining a light on the country's love of cold, hard currency.
As the climate crisis deepens, more and more companies offering "climate services" are springing up. This raises an important question - How do we avoid a future where the best data for saving lives is only available to those who can afford it?
Nigeria on Wednesday announced that three years had elapsed since it last recorded a case of polio, a key step towards eradicating the notorious disease in Africa.
Uruguay's President Tabare Vazquez, a physician who has campaigned against the influence of big tobacco companies, is being treated for a malignant lung tumor, his office said Friday.
A new medical study finds no benefits from taking omega-3 fish oil supplements where someone has been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. This follows concerns that taking omega-3might actually be harmful for those with this form of diabetes.
The global fight against malaria has stalled and requires massive investment as well as political leadership, the UN health agency warned in a report published Friday."The world is at a crossroads.
As reported in the Jerusalem Post, the Kuwaiti newspaper al-Jarida quotes sources familiar with the matter as saying that Israel is planning to start attacking targets in the Shi-ite Houthi-controlled area of northern Yemen.
Seeking to prod US President Donald Trump into concessions on trade while reminding Brussels that Britain is ready for a "no deal" Brexit, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson charged around the G7 summit on Sunday as he battled to prepare for departur...
Italy's president is due to begin a fresh round of talks with discordant political parties on Tuesday aimed at finding a new coalition government and ending a political crisis sparked by the collapse of the ruling populist alliance.
President Donald Trump on Sunday denied that his trade war with China is causing friction at the G7 summit, but indicated he will hold off from a threatened further escalation for now."I think they respect the trade war.
Record fires sweeping across the Amazon this month are bringing renewed scrutiny to Brazil's deforestation policy and have environmental researchers and conservationists worried the fires will only aggravate the climate crisis,
Shifting towards renewable power is leading to the accumulation of excess quantities energy. Soon those who generate their own power, such as by solar panels and wind turbines, could have control of where they distribute their excess energy.
Blackened tree trunks lay smoldering on the charred ground as thick smoke chokes the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, a scene of devastation that is being repeated across the "lungs of the planet.
Tropical Storm Dorian is churning westward toward the Lesser Antilles and is likely to bring rain and strong winds to parts of those islands in the first half of the week ahead.
Nigeria on Wednesday announced that three years had elapsed since it last recorded a case of polio, a key step towards eradicating the notorious disease in Africa.
"It's nature's magical design," says a tourist guide, waxing poetic as he comments on the impressive red cliffs plunging into a turquoise sea at the Scandola nature reserve on France's Corsica island."Amazing!
Competition is heating up in the world of plant-based meat alternatives, with brands like Impossible Foods, Beyond Meat, Burger King, and Subway taking the lead. The next area set to go ‘meat free’ is pet food.
The seaside resort offers visitors a cool drink or tasty meal, a dip in a pool, a karaoke session or an overnight stay, all with a view.Nothing much new there, you may say -- creature comforts like this are pretty much standard in tropical hotels.
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