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New AI robot can create its own music New AI robot can create its own music

The robot with four arms and eight sticks writes and plays its own compositions on a marimba


Lightning more powerful over ocean than land Lightning more powerful over ocean than land

This new understanding of the nature of lightning could inform how off-shore infrastructure and vessels are to be built to minimise the risk of


EU unveils plans to regulate drones by 2019 EU unveils plans to regulate drones by 2019

The blueprint from the European Commission, covers allowing drones to operate in high density under the supervision of fleet operators


Facebook to add fundraising option to 'Safety Check' Facebook to add fundraising option to 'Safety Check'

The social network, which has about 1.94 billion users worldwide, activated "Safety Check" for users in London on Wednesday


Two gleaming Boeing aircraft dancing together in the sky (Video) Two gleaming Boeing aircraft dancing together in the sky (Video)

The upcoming Paris Air Show will showcase the 787-10 Dreamliner and the latest 737 MAX 9 to the public


Gut bacteria may help slow down ageing Gut bacteria may help slow down ageing

The scientific community is increasingly aware that our body's interactions with the millions of microbes in our bodies


Google 'faces record EU anti-trust fine' Google 'faces record EU anti-trust fine'

The case is one of three against Google and of several against blockbuster US companies including Starbucks, Apple, Amazon and McDonalds


7 amazing things your smartphone's camera can do 7 amazing things your smartphone's camera can do

Adobe just launched a stellar app that scans physical documents with your smartphone’s camera uses OCR software to save them as PDF files


New solar paint turns moist air into clean energy New solar paint turns moist air into clean energy

The paint contains a newly developed compound that acts like silica gel, which is used in sachets to absorb moisture and keep food, medicines


China launches its first X-ray space telescope China launches its first X-ray space telescope

A Long March-4B rocket carried the 2.5-tonne telescope into orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gobi Desert at 11 am


New tool can predict how your face will change with age New tool can predict how your face will change with age

Researchers from University of Bradford in the UK evolved a method that maps out the key features, such as the shape of the cheek, mouth and forehead


How Apple, Google, Microsoft make money How Apple, Google, Microsoft make money

The major part of Apple’s revenues, according to the Visual Capitalists report, comes from the iPhone


Video game play as spectator sport center-stage at E3 Video game play as spectator sport center-stage at E3

YouTube billed itself as the biggest gaming platform, and said that broadcasters from E3 racked up record-sized audiences


Russia launches space freighter to ISS Russia launches space freighter to ISS

The cargo ship, carrying more than two tonnes of essential supplies for astronauts, is due to dock with the ISS on Friday at 1142 GMT


Jupiter is the oldest planet in solar system Jupiter is the oldest planet in solar system

Knowing the age of Jupiter is key for understanding how the solar system evolved towards its present-day architecture

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