Scientists attempt brain-to-brain communication
Researchers attempt telepathy across the world.
by The Times of India
3D-printed robotic birds of prey are undergoing trials
Birds learn to avoid the hunting grounds of the Robird.
by Nancy Owano

Brain-to-brain verbal communication in humans achieved for the first time
A team of researchers has successfully achieved brain-to-brain human communication using non-invasive technologies across a distance of 5,000 miles.
by Michelle Starr
Apple Doesn’t Take Customer Security Seriously – 5 Irresponsible and Shocking Lapses
Many people are rightly wondering whether how vulnerable their data is. The answer appears to be “very”.
by Michael Krieger 

Pentagon developing mysterious hovering plane
Phantom Swift X-Plane could attain incredibly fast speeds while also possessing the ability to hover.
by Douglas Ernst
11 Day Flight: Airbus Successfully Tests Solar-Powered Aircraft
“Potential to fly for ever and offer satellite-like communications.”
by Alan Tovey

Myth of arctic meltdown: Stunning satellite images show summer ice cap is thicker
Far from vanishing, the Arctic ice cap has expanded for the second year in succession.
by Daily Mail
‘Soul of the Sun’ Detected for the First Time by Scientists
100 international scientists using Borexino detector make discovery.
by RT

MIT Study: Human Workers Ready to Give Control to Robots
Despite signs that robots are already significantly impacting the economy, and recent record sales in North America suggest the trend will continue, a new study by MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab seems to indicate that humans prefer to relinquish control to robots … at least under certain conditions. “In our research we were […]
by Tech Swarm
Supercolonies of Fire Ants Invade Hawaii
Sting is known to blind mammals, and can leave humans with itchy welts for days.
by Kristen French

Microbial life found living on exterior of International Space Station
Idea of life existing in the harsh environment of space is quite possible.
by James Vincent

Twitter to Remove Images of Deceased at Family's Request
Update also coincides with the recent death of American photojournalist James Foley.
by Stephanie Mlot
Solar Plant's Downside? Birds Igniting in Midair
Birds fly through the plant’s concentrated sun rays.
by AP

The Other 'Sharing' Economy That's About To Change The World
Today’s cloud based software companies are building enormous troves of data.
by Gene Marks
Evil Talking Plants Use DNA Communication
Scientists have discovered what seems like a new form of plant communication between a “vampire” plant and its prey.
by Brian Stallard