Sunday, November 29

Technology News – Innovations and Future Tech

Technology News – Innovations and Future Tech

Skip to main content


Live Science is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn moreNikola Tesla vs. Thomas Edison

Nikola Tesla vs. Thomas Edison: Who was the better inventor?

By Tia Ghose

Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison battled it out in the “War of Currents,” but each inventor left a significant scientific legacy.

Weird new ‘pentadiamonds’ could be ultrahard, ultralight and conduct electricity

By Adam Mann

Materials scientists come up with a potentially useful new form of carbon.

Scientists create a pattern so complicated it’s impossible to duplicate

By Diane Lincoln

Scientists just created a pattern that, according to researchers, is impossible to duplicate or forge, a feat that could quash counterfeiters.

‘UFO’ videos declassified by US Navy

By Mindy Weisberger

Three videos captured by U.S. Navy pilots show unidentified aircraft flying at hypersonic speeds.

NASA engineers build new COVID-19 ventilator in 37 days

By Mike Wall

A prototype ventilator built in just 37 days by engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory passed a key test this week at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City.

5G is not linked to the coronavirus pandemic in any way. Here’s the science.

By Stanley Shanapinda

A conspiracy theory claiming 5G can spread the coronavirus is making the rounds on social media. Peddling such misinformation is not only wrong, it’s destructive.

‘Disco’ tardigrade parties under microscope, wins international photo prize

By Mindy Weisberger

A tardigrade, a mouse brain and a wasp ovary were some of the standout images in a contest celebrating the beauty in the very small.

How to get the coronavirus $1,200 stimulus check, and will it be enough for the average American?

By Top Ten Reviews

Everything you need to know about the coronavirus $1200 stimulus check payment… and how far is it likely to go towards your bills

Elon Musk says he’ll have 1,200 ventilators ready to deliver this week

By Mike Wall

SpaceX and Tesla engineers are set to make a big contribution to the coronavirus fight, just a week after Elon Musk offered to help.

Physicists link quantum memories across the longest distance ever

By Tim Childers

We’re one step closer to having quantum internet, but wait, what is quantum internet?

DARPA’s hypersonic ‘Glide Breaker’ could blast missile threats out of the sky

By Elizabeth Howell

Aerojet Rocketdyne will develop “enabling technologies” for DARPA’s Glide Breaker program under a newly announced contract, which is worth up to $19.6 million.

‘Mad’ Mike Hughes dies in rocket crash

By Jeanna Bryner

Mad Mike Huges has died after crash-landing a homemade rocket Saturday.

NASA’s experimental X-59 supersonic jet could be built by the end of 2020

By Chelsea Gohd

NASA’s experimental, supersonic X-plane is on a fast track to flying.

US military’s ‘Jetson’ laser can ID your unique heartbeat hundreds of feet away

By Mindy Weisberger

Heartbeat-scanning lasers created by the U.S. military can ID your cardiac ‘fingerprints’ from hundreds of feet away.

Satellite ‘license plates’ and re-igniting rocket fuel could head off space junk crashes

By Mindy Weisberger

In low Earth orbit’s growing “space junkyard,” new technologies could reduce the risk of collisions.

Nuclear fallout exposes fake ‘antique’ whisky

By Mindy Weisberger

Fallout from nuclear bomb tests could help experts detect fraudulent whiskeys that are purportedly more than a century old.

World’s First ‘Living Machine’ Created Using Frog Cells and Artificial Intelligence

By Mindy Weisberger

Scientists used computer algorithms to “evolve” an organism that’s made of 100% frog DNA — but it isn’t a frog.

The Best Gifts for Science Nerds and Geeks

By Live Science Staff

What’s up, nerds? Here at Live Science we love shopping for science lovers. Check out this specially curated list of our favorite science-themed and geeky gifts.

Love It or Hate It, Tesla Cybertruck Is Revolutionary

By Michael D. Mehta

The so-called Cybertruck is an angular, stainless steel, all-electric pickup truck that quickly became polarizing. Here’s why it’s revolutionary.

Quantum Supremacy Is Unlikely, Scientist Says

By Subhash Kak

Google claims quantum supremacy – IBM says not so fast. One researcher explains why he doesn’t see quantum computers outpacing classical computers any time soon … and maybe not ever.

Live Science is part of Future US Inc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. Visit our corporate site.

© Future US, Inc. 11 West 42nd Street, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10036.


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Translate »
%d bloggers like this: