Intel has launched a set of glasses built into a helmet that give x-ray-like vision using its RealSense 3D camera.
Arsenal host the Black Cats at the Emirates this weekend.
Department store Macy's announced Wednesday it will cut thousands of jobs as part of restructuring to trim costs and reverse what it called "disappointing 2015 sales and earnings."
The former Rabobank rider Michael Boogerd has been banned from cycling for two years for historical doping offences.
Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland is leaving the company after yet another period of poor performance.
On Tuesday, Twitter’s co-founder and chief executive, Jack Dorsey, made the strongest hint yet that his company is considering dropping the 140-character limit for tweets, after reports that the firm had been testing an alternative product with the ability to send messages of up to 10,000 characters.
The consumer version of Facebook’s Oculus Rift virtual reality headset is finally available for pre-order, costing £499 in the UK and $599 in the US.
It seemed like a win-win for fans of the online “brain training” memory game Lumosity – as fun as Candy Crush (almost) but actually good for you: a mind gym to sharpen mental performance and, for older consumers, ward off senility.
Hashim Amla made the shock decision to resign as South Africa Test captain following the drawn second Test with England in Cape Town on Wednesday, citing his belief that he will be of greater value to the world’s No1 side as a senior player.
The defence secretary, Michael Fallon, has accused the Labour party of being a threat to national security in light of the appointment of unilateralist MP Emily Thornberry as shadow defence secretary.