Axel Scheffler among children’s illustrators across Europe to channel ‘anger and sadness and disbelief’ into gallery of images
SINGAPORE: Five robotic swans will be used at various reservoirs in Singapore to monitor raw water quality, announced national water agency PUB on Monday (Jan 15). The robots, called the Smart Water Assessment Network (SWAN), use water monitoring technology to collect data in real time. They are des...
Kenneth C. Fenske, better known in furry circles as LupineFox, has been found not guilty by a jury in a Bucks County court of sexual abuse charges which were widely reported in local media, and linked to the arrest of seven other suspects during 2016 and 2017.
It's pretty hot in Australia right now. A brutal heatwave that's incinerated temperature records threatens devastating bushfires – and to make matters worse, authorities have to contend with an ancient breed of flying arsonists that may as well
The engineer who was fired by Google after he criticized its diversity policies is suing the internet giant, alleging that he and others at Google were harassed over their conservative political views. James Damore filed a class-action complaint Monday.
Well, if you are familiar with the concept of Betteridge Law, then you should already know the answer to that question. Hint: it's no. However, it is certainly an odd question to even present without a reason. So why ask?
A horde of pirates is undermining Patreon’s financial structure, reposting paywalled pornographic images on an illicit website for free. The makers of these images are furious that internet denizens are putting their livelihoods in jeopardy to score free porn.