The resolution is so crisp that you can see inside individual rooms. No this isn’t from a sci-fi movie. It’s very much a reality thanks to a company called Capella Space. They launched a satellite that is so powerful it is capable of taking clear radar images of anywhere in the world with incredible resolution.
Researchers at the University Of Southampton claim they have developed a disc that will store data for a mindblowing 13.5 billion years. Using laser technology, scientists at the university’s Optical Research Centre said their disc can withstand temperatures of 1000C and will store the data without any of it degrading for so many years that
The prospect of our roads and motorways one day being populated entirely by driverless cars might sound like a daunting enough one, but for one expert it is a cause of concern for an entirely different reason – sex. Barrie Kirk of the Canadian Automated Vehicles Centre of Excellence knows a thing or two about
Mankind as we know it could be facing a very different war against the machines. Imagine how much more menacing The Terminator would have been had Arnold Schwarzenegger’s titular robot been on the prowl for sex rather than blood. In this version of the future mankind would, once again, be under the threat of extinction but
Relive the times Tinder users were the most hilarious people ever. Tinder had completely changed the way we date since launching in 2012, and there are over 26 million matches made through the app every single day. However, things don’t always go to plan… While it’s good to stand out from the crowd on the