The machine Hitler used to send coded messages to his generals met the supercomputer that revealed its secrets. Scientists at Bletchley Park in southern England, the WWII code breaking headquarters, fired up the valves of two machines to recreate how German military chiefs sent secret messages and how they were deciphered.
Emergency crews in Polling, Germany, frantically work to keep flood waters from spreading further, after heavy rainfall floods parts of the town prompting officials to declare a state of emergency.
Hundreds of students competed in an annual robot competition on Sunday (June 5) in Taiwan, which organisers say has been held since 1989.
Dubai announced plans to build a 1,000-megawatt solar power plant by 2030, the year it aims to turn to renewable energies for 25 percent of electricity needs.
A free, easy and social game “Fantasy King” is now live in Myanmar.
Dubai has opened what it said was the world's first functioning 3D-printed office building, part of a drive by the Gulf's main tourism and business hub to develop technology that cuts costs and saves time.
China successfully launched its Ziyuan III-02 satellite at 11:17 on Monday from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province.
Myanmar Engineering Society conducted a seminar on the environmental and social impact assessment to the building projects at the Build Teach Yangon Expo 2016.
An experimental plane powered solely by energy from the sun arrived in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania of the United States on Wednesday, after taking off from Dayton, Ohio, earlier in the day.
The metro of Santiago de Chile will be the first subway system mainly powered through solar energy and wind power, with 60% renewable energy, announced President Michelle Bachelet during a visit to the construction site of the new number 6 line.