Britain's High Court ruled Friday that the Uber app to hail minicabs is lawful—a blow to London's famous black cab drivers, who argued that it violated city regulations.
For months, police trying to solve a Long Island robbery spree had little more to go on than grainy surveillance footage of a man in a hoodie and black ski mask holding up one gas station or convenience store after another.
When it comes to recording accurate performance data for elite athletes, GPS technology can't keep up, a Griffith researcher claims.
The European Commission is supporting an innovative project, known as SAFEPOST, which will increase security in postal and parcel supply chains. SAFEPOST will introduce new technologies for detecting security threats in the ...
Society puts a lot of trust in its electronic devices. Whether following a GPS to the beach or paying a bill online, consumers rely on their electronics for everyday tasks.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina formed in the Atlantic, construction of NASA's next-generation hurricane-observing satellite mission now is underway in Texas.
The killing of the lion Cecil in a national park in Zimbabwe by a big-game hunter has sparked worldwide outrage. Researchers at the University of Oxford had outfitted Cecil with a GPS collar to monitor his behaviour. It was ...
China, which is accused of fuelling the trade in elephant ivory and rhino horn, on Thursday pledged equipment worth $2 million to curb poaching in Zimbabwe.
When it comes to body clocks, pandas are the rugged individualists of the forest.
The GPS network might just be Earth's greatest piece of infrastructure. It's effectively a collection of clocks in space that serve up time information 24/7 free of charge to anyone on the planet who cares to listen.