MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA —Six people have died and five remain on life support after a rare condition known as thunderstorm asthma struck Australia’s second-largest city, officials said Sunday.
Belgian comic-strip hero Tintin helped popularize the 1950s Space Race with his iconic cartoon rocket; seven decades on from the boy reporter's "Destination Moon," his country is finally getting its own version of NASA.
Makers of scanners used in airports are testing new technology that could soon make taking liquids and laptops out of carry-on bags a thing of the past, speeding up security lines for passengers.
It’s called LingLong DingDong, and while it may have a funny sounding name to some ears, it’s simply a Chinese version of a smart speaker.
A soft, flexible skin patch that monitors biomarkers in sweat can determine whether the wearer is dehydrated, measure the person’s blood sugar level and even detect disease. The invention is part of an emerging field of wearable diagnostics.