Messaging apps have gained popularity and are now being used instead of SMS. WhatsApp, Kik, Snapchat and the like also allow the sharing of images, videos, voice and more.
Apple updated its Apple Store app for iOS to version 3.3, which brings the much-awaited support for Touch ID that will enable users to check receipts, make reservations at Apple Stores and avail of two-step authentication.
iPhone 6c accidentally revealed by Apple on its Lightning Dock page. The iPhone 6c is rumored to launch alongside the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus this year.
CubeSats could be utilized to explore the solar system at a fraction of what it costs to use conventional methods. How would they function on Mars - or Titan, Saturn's largest moon?
If Assembly bill 888 makes its way through the California State Senate without trouble, it will bring a ban on microbeads. This means retailers in the state cannot sell consumer products containing the ingredient.
Want to check for structural problems without damaging a material? MIT scientists turn to nondestructive testing using a visual microphone to catch deviations in vibrational patterns corresponding to structural issues.
A new study has found that interacting with pets could help children with autism find relief for social anxiety. Does this mean parents of kids with ASD should run out to buy a guinea pig?
The world's first solar sail spacecraft is in orbit around the Earth, testing out futuristic technologies. What is next for the Lightsail program?
Used in traditional Chinese medicine, the thunder god vine contains Celastrol, a compound that improves sensitivity to a hormone to help promote weight loss and treat obesity.
The Cebrennus rechenbergi, also known as the cartwheeling spider, can do front and back flips, making it one of the 10 most fascinating species in 2015. The nocturnal spider is native to the Erg Chebbi desert in Morocco and can jump 2 meters per second.
Using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have discovered new information on a star nicknamed Nasty 1. The behavior of the Wolf-Rayet star has not been seen in the Milky Way before.