Former refugees Massoud and Mahmud Hassani stunned the world three years ago with an invention like a dandelion puffball that sought to rid the world of landmines.
Facebook's Connectivity Lab announced today that the company has for the first time test-flown a full-scale version of Aquila, the solar-powered high-altitude drone that Facebook hopes to use to deliver Internet connectivity to the remotest populated corners of the Earth.
The Russian Federal Space Agency launched the Progress 64 cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station.
In Wildpoldsried in Bavaria, residents of the village produce five times more energy than they use, thanks in part to their involvement in its production.
China on Friday carried out an unprecedented high-speed train test, in which the trains' passing speed reached 420 kilometers per hour in Zhengzhou City of central China's Henan Province.
Growing military drones in chemical vats could be a possibility this century, according to BAE Systems.
Japanese auto manufacturer Nissan Motor Co on Tuesday unveiled its new self driving technology 'ProPilot,' which assists the driver in maintaining speed during heavy traffic, changing lanes, and other driving maneuvers on a highway.
Dutch researchers have created a robot called Charlie to help children suffering from diabetes to measure their blood sugar levels and express how they feel.
Beach drones are used to rescue the swimmer in distress, by sending a life buoy close to the swimmer, so he can remain conscious until help gets there.
Indian phone maker Ringing Bells on Thursda announced it will start delivering what it says is the world's cheapest smartphone from July 8.