The 90s was a decade when R&B constantly soared high in the charts, and if you were a teenager it probably accompanied your first kiss - or perhaps, less fortunately, a heartbreak! Check out all the huge tracks of the decade here
We begin with what must surely be the biggest R&B song of the 90s, Boyz II Men's brilliant 'End Of The Road'.
After six years of work and some concerns from the public, Google GOOGL +2.13% is pushing even harder for its driverless cars to become reality, and now insists they will be on the road within five years.
Chris Urmson, director of Google’s self driving car project, has stated the technology will be not only widespread but also relatively standard by 2020. Unlike the semi-autonomous cars being developed by automakers, Google’s vehicles will have no steering wheel whatsoever, being controlled exclusively by computer.
A stunning breakthrough has been achieved with 3D printing, that will help amputees in Uganda and potentially across the developing world.
A new method of creating prosthetic limb sockets has enabled a three-year-old child to be quickly fitted with a prosthetic limb and socket, at a fraction of the normal cost. The charities and technologists involved expect the work to lead to a significant change in how patients are helped, with costs eventually cut from $5,000 to $250 per prosthetic fit.
Google GOOGL +0.06% is secretly working on a major virtual reality project, much bigger than previously thought, as part of efforts to take on Facebook,Microsoft MSFT +0.22% and mobile handset makers in that technology.
The search giant is employing a number of engineers to focus exclusively on developing a specific version of the Android mobile OS to support VR applications, according to reports.
NASA engineer Teresa Vanhooser is taking astronauts on a phenomenal exploration to Mars and far beyond. Her career growth from graduate to leading a $2.5 billion space budget and 6,000 staff is equally meteoric.
Vanhooser, the second in charge at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama, tells Forbes she is particularly excited about work to enable the first human steps on Mars, thought to be around 20 years away. All Mars landings since the first, in 1976, have been unmanned spacecraft.
The world has imagined the emergence of game-changing robotic and automation technologies for decades, but recent years have seen some of the most extraordinary advances in the field.
What follows is a look at how robotics is opening up huge potential in important industries and helping to create the world of the future
A 14-year-old boy has stunned the automotive industry by showing how to hack into connected cars with apparent ease.
Armed with only $15 of simple electronics gear he bought from RadioShack, the boy was easily able to unlock and start a connected car. The make of vehicle that was breached has not been revealed, but it is said to be one of the larger brands.
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