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Rideshare company Uber said Tuesday it will repay a number of drivers in the New York City area after it became known they were underpaid for their work.

Apple has blamed third-party batteries for an explosion of Beats By Dre headphones that burned a woman’s face while she was sleeping on a flight in February, according to the Australian Associated Press.

Smartphones with batteries that fully charge in five minutes could be available to consumers next year. The technology was first shown off in 2015, when Israeli start-up StoreDot demonstrated its FlashBattery at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

Ever wished your Amazon Echo was more than just a smart speaker? Well, you may soon get that wish. According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, Amazon is preparing a new Amazon Echo, complete with a 7-inch touchscreen and video camera for video calling.

WhatsApp, a popular messaging service owned by Facebook Inc (FB.O), suffered a widespread global outage on Wednesday that lasted for several hours before being resolved, the company said.

Facebook Inc will add 3,000 people over the next year to monitor reports of inappropriate material on the social media network and removing videos such as murders and suicides, Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said on Wednesday.

Back in the 90s, a deeply disturbing image surfaced on the nascent Internet: a lab mouse with something looking like a human ear grown on its back.

Mexican entrepreneurs designed the first national machine capable of recycling Styrofoam (expanded polystyrene) and transform it into a raw material used in the manufacture of transparent hard plastic.

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You can’t go many days without someone talking about going to Mars. Just in the last few weeks: Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, laid out his plans to sell tickets to the red planet for $200,000; Dennis Muilenburg, CEO of Boeing, vowed to get there before Musk; and US president Barack Obama reiterated his plans to send humans to Mars by 2030.

Stargazers in parts of Africa have been treated to a spectacular “ring of fire” in the sky as the sun was almost – but not completely – eclipsed. An annular eclipse happens when the moon is farther away from the Earth than during a total eclipse.

Ghanaians will today have another rare opportunity to view a partial solar eclipse which is expected to last for about three hours. According to experts, the phenomenon will occur between 6:13am to 9am today. “We are going to have something we call partial eclipse meaning that not the entire sun will be blocked by the moon.

Paris (AFP) - Stargazers in south and central Africa will be treated to a spectacular solar eclipse Thursday when the Moon wanders into view to make the Sun appear as a "ring of fire", astronomers say.

A perfume that smells like a comet is a poetic-sounding idea. Who doesn’t love the image of a big dusty space snowball careening through the skies?

Bill Gates just published his 2016 annual letter, which discusses how the world could bring sustainable electricity to those who desperately need it.