The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the US Coast Guard in this week has tested out the experimental Orion spacecraft’s return capsule by landing it in the Gulf of Mexico. The Orion is meant to be a modular spacecraft for use in missions as diverse as asteroid redirection and building settlements in Mars’ orbit.
As the line between business, tech and military blurs, the private sector is partnering with the Pentagon to introduce the use of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to sort through monstrous heaps of data in hopes of gleaning useful information to counter Daesh and other terrorist groups around the world.
Though Vietnam still doesn’t have a real robot industry, several enterprises have created useful products for the market.
Almaz-Antey Group, the manufacturer of the famous S-300 and S-400 air defense missile systems, will demonstrate over 150 items of military and civil hardware at the MAKS-2017 international airshow in Zhukovsky outside Moscow on July 18-23, the company’s press office reported on Wednesday.
Russia's Foundation for Advanced Research Projects (FPI) has completed the development of the advanced control system of aircraft structures state, which is based on the principles of the nervous system of living organisms and is expected to significantly improve flight safety, head of the project Dmitry Uspensky told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Microsoft 365 is a complete, intelligent and secure solution to empower all companies and all workers, recognizing that people are at the heart of digital transformation.
The sixth ASEAN+3 Junior Science Odyssey (APT JSO - 6), themed “Renewable energy for life,” is being held at Haa Lac Hi-tech park in Hanoi.
A new computer analysis technique has extended the visual scope of NASA’s aging Hubble Space Telescope tenfold, giving the 27-year-old telescope new life as it continues to peer into distant cosmos and reveal the mysteries of creation.
Sealed behind the steel doors of two bunkers in a Beijing suburb, university students are trying to find out how it feels to live in a space station on another planet, recycling everything from plant cuttings to urine.
Samsung Electronics will invest nearly $18bn in its chip business, the South Korean firm said Tuesday, as it seeks to expand its lead in the global memory chip and smartphone markets.
SpaceX announced on Wednesday a successful deployment of a communication satellite to the Earth’s orbit after the launch was put off twice over a week.
PSNews – The German automobile company Volkswagen has strengthened its presence in Vietnam by opening a new authorized dealer agent in Long Bien district (Hanoi).
PSNews – 66 Taiwanese technology brands have created a life experience space in AEON Mall Long Bien.
Ho Chi Minh City requires Europe’s experience and solutions to create smart cities, a conference heard on June 30.
German lawmakers on Friday passed a controversial law creating tight deadlines within which social media companies such as Facebook must take down posts containing hate speech or face fines up to 50 million euros ($56 million).
INRS physicists managed to create the first silicon chip that can be used to both store and manipulate high-dimensional qubits – units of quantum information – which may help simplify the architecture of quantum computers, according to a study published in Nature, a top US scientific journal.
Repair of the Asia-Pacific Gateway (APG) submarine optic cable system will not be completed prior to July 14, so international Internet traffic will remain choppy until then, according to a source from the APG management board.
Unmanned helicopters and monitoring systems will be displayed by the Radar Mms research and production company at the International Maritime Defense Show in St. Petersburg, the company’s press service reported.
A Russian submarine has successfully launched a missile from the Barents Sea near Norway to a test site in the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Far East, the Russian Defense Ministry reports.
The Pentagon is considering putting some of its mothballed frigates back into service. Military expert Vladimir Kozin told Sputnik Radio that currently the US Navy is facing a number of challenges.