If you struggle with flash photography, then Canon is hoping it has the answer.
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, which holds around 900,000 seed samples in case of a doomsday scenario, is getting a £9 million refurbishment.
Scotland’s world-first floating windfarm has performed strongly despite being hit by a hurricane and huge sea swells.
Virgin Galactic, the spaceflight arm of Richard Branson’s firm, has launched a phone and virtual reality-friendly website with Microsoft’s browser, Edge.
The gatekeepers of emoji, the Unicode Consortium, have just published their new emoji list which includes a mosquito, softball and flat shoes.
Emoji symbols are being used to construct secret “languages” that allow personalised communication between colleagues, friends and family members, say researchers.
Elon Musk’s firm Tesla will help the Australian government build what they say will be the world’s biggest virtual power plant for the homes of 50,000 Australians.
From “OK Google”, to “Alexa”, or “Hey Siri”… there’s a revolution under way in how we use our computers, and even what we consider to be a computer. For technology giant Google, it’s about building the most natural conversation possible. How does the man charged with directing that conversation think the world of human-computer interaction is changing?
Despite their name, chat bots aren’t very good at chit-chatting, and Facebook is trying to rectify that.
Elon Musk has dispelled a bizarre rumour about the flamethrowers his company has just put up for sale.
It’s bad news if you wanted to know what your schoolfriends’ children or work colleagues of old are up to, as Facebook went down for some users on Thursday.
The future of letting people know how you feel on the road might be about to undergo a revolution, thanks in part to this Ford concept car.
Nintendo have always been famous for their playful games, but the announcement of Nintendo Labo has taken that one step further.
YouTube is tightening its rules on who can make money from adverts to prevent the platform being “co-opted by bad actors”.
The largest prime number ever to be discovered is over 23 million digits long, and has just been uncovered by a volunteer in the US.
The American government’s defence department is offering funding to companies that can create a new generation of autonomous bat-like drones powered by lasers.
People gathering in Las Vegas for one of the world’s biggest tech shows are being encouraged to download a new app to help keep them safe during the conference.
If you happened to look up at the sky at around 5.30pm in California on Friday, you would probably have been very confused, and perhaps a little alarmed.
Uber’s appeal against Transport for London’s decision not to renew its licence will be heard in the spring.
The Nintendo Switch games console has been named technology product of the year at the annual EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards in London.
BT Sport are running a competition for technology innovators that could help keep BT at the heart of digital innovation, and could launch someone’s business to the next level.
The iPhone X is finally here, released globally on Friday morning, and for tech-lovers lucky enough to get their hands on one there’s been one feature they’ve been sharing more than any other – Animojis.
Google makes a lot of important decisions, but none will be more crucial than the one that will presumably be made first thing on Monday morning at Google HQ.
Technology companies and brands tinker with their products in an attempt to improve and enhance what they offer – but for some, these updates do quite the opposite.
Are you in need of some adventure, exploring or complete relaxation? If you’re not quite sure, there’s now ’emotionally intelligent technology’ to tap into your subconscious.
A drone has collided with a commercial aircraft as it was approaching to land at Jean Lesage International Airport in Quebec City.
A communication alert system for hard of hearing drivers and a robotic mobility scooter were among the new car tech shown at the Idea Festival in Seoul, South Korea.
Scientists are heading to Antarctica to study a mysterious sea world hidden beneath ice for 120,000 years
A group of scientists from the British Antarctic Survey have an exciting new voyage coming up – they’re heading to an unexplored patch of sea to investigate an ecosystem that’s been hidden under ice for up to 120,000 years.
Google has unveiled its next-generation Android smartphone Pixel 2 along with a host of new flagship products with artificial intelligence at the core.
Nissan has developed sweat-sensitive car seats that turn a different colour if the driver is dehydrated.