200 years on, George Eliot's life in the Victorian age provides enduring lessons for millennials and baby boomers
The most famous person born in 1819 is probably Queen Victoria, but she had many important contemporaries. One of these was George Eliot, a pioneering woman writer who would have turned 200 this week.
Canada town becomes 'snowtonomous' research hub as automakers plan on making self-driving cars that can operate in snow and sleet
Canada’s largest city, Toronto, is one of three places where Uber tests driverless technology — the other cities are Phoenix, Arizona, and Pittsburgh.
Tripura in 2017: Political developments pit Left and BJP against each other for first time in 2018 Assembly polls
In India's 65-year electoral history, the country's dominant Left party, the CPM, has never been in direct confrontation with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Political developments in Tripura this year.
Using its world's first quantum satellite called "Micius", China demonstrated for the first time satellite-based entanglement distribution.
If you love taking selfies, but do not know how to take the best shot, there is help at hand.
If access to Wikipedia is banned, the user will be able to browse the web site while making it appear that the connection is being used to access dank memes.
Dark matter does not reflect or absorb light, does not shine, and has historically been undetectable.
US automaker Ford announced that it will invest Can$500 million (US$376 million) in Canada to create 300 research and engineering jobs amid its drive to connect cars to the internet.
BlackBerry Ltd sought to bolster its security credentials with a string of small deals on Tuesday but analysts said the jury was still out on the success of its turnaround and push into software.
Mathematicians have developed a new 3D model that reveals how invisible internal sea waves move over long distances microscopic organisms, contaminants and nutrients necessary to support aquatic life.
A video has gone viral of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau showing off his geek side by nailing a reporter's question about quantum computing.
BJP on Monday called West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee the "corruption queen" and said the Saradha scam will turn out to the "Waterloo".