Fev 15, 2018
Nomeados aos Prémios Sophia 2018 e Melhor Cartaz Sophia são conhecidos já no final do mês
A maior noite do cinema português, a cerimónia dos Prémios Sophia, está cada vez mais próxima e os nomeados às várias categorias deste ano serão conhecidos já no final deste mês, no dia 27 de fevereiro, numa conferência...
Fev 8, 2018
Star Alliance New Digital Services Platform
Star alliance creates digital services platform with Accenture to deliver an improved experience across its...
member airline network. Lufthansa and united first two carriers using platform to enhance customer experience.
Fev 7, 2018
The Galaxy S9 could be painfully expensive if these EU price leaks are real
A source familiar with the Galaxy S9's pricing structure for the UK revealed a few days ago that the handset will cost £100 more than the Galaxy S8. The report suggested that the same 100-point increase will be reflected in the US,...
Fev 5, 2018
SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Just Received Its Launch License
The Falcon Heavy is the most ambitious rocket that SpaceX has ever attempted to launch - some even think it could one day be our ride to Mars. On Saturday, SpaceX received a launch license ahead of the scheduled launch for February 6th....
Jan 30, 2018
Steve Wozniak's strong opinion about Elon Musk
Steve Wozniak says he's tired of Elon Musk's promises and thinks Tesla needs to stop overhyping its self-driving technology.
Jan 24, 2018
HomePod - Price, design and specs
Apple has finally entered the smart speaker market with HomePod, its long-awaited Siri speaker... or will do when the speaker eventually launches. Here's what we know about the device's release date, price and tech specs
Jan 24, 2018
Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to pay for news
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has seized the moment and weighed in as Facebook struggles to deal with the aftermath of its role in the spread of fake news that affected the U.S. presidential election: He wants Facebook to pay for news....
Jan 22, 2018
Human Levitation through sound waves. Is it possible?
Engineers at the University of Bristol used the world's most powerful acoustic tractor beam to demonstrate that it's possible to stably contain objects larger than the wavelength of sound.