Bill Gates is one of the world's richest men. He and his company, Microsoft, helped make computers cheap and popular. So what's he interested in now? Toilets.
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Would you pay thousands of dollars for a painting with a face so blurry you're not sure it's a face? Or a picture by an unknown artist? What if the artist was a computer?
On October 31, Halloween night, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) began an unusual experiment. They let the "Internet" control the actions of a real person.
On Thursday a rocket carrying two astronauts to the International Space Station had a major problem two minutes after launching. The astronauts returned to Earth safely in an emergency landing.
If you have trouble remembering things you read, scientists at RMIT Institute in Australia have come up with a font that can help you remember - by making words harder to read.
If you've got a cell phone, and you're in the US, you'll probably get a text message from the president today. The US is testing a presidential emergency alert service.
In 2015, two inventors had an unusual idea - what if you recycled plastic, and turned it into a road? The world's first plastic bike path is now testing their idea.
For many people around the world, Google and its businesses affect almost every part their daily lives. Twenty years ago, it didn't even exist. How has it grown so much?
After someone hurts their backbone, they are often unable to walk. Now, scientists have used electrical signals to help people with spine damage begin to take steps again.
The world's first hydrogen trains have begun running in Germany. The trains make almost no noise and they run without polluting. Instead, they give off steam.
Astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) have patched a small leak in one part of the station. They were able to plug the hole using cloth and special glue.