Driverles 'Drone Trains' Will Hit The Tracks Soon
High-speed trains in France could soon be driverless. The train operator, known by the French acronym SNCF, plans to test “drone trains” in 2019, with hopes that the TGV trains will start running four years after that.
Iceland Volcanoes On The Verge Of Eruption
Four Iceland volcanoes are showing signs of possible eruption, an expert warns.
Miss Universe 2016 And Her 'Oral Hygiene' Advocacy, What For?
As the world welcomes its new Miss Universe, many people are wondering why Miss Universe France, Iris Mittenaere, chose oral hygiene as her main advocacy? Is oral hygiene becoming a huge yet unnoticed concern that the world should soon recognize? Here's what the new Miss Universe has to say.
Prehistoric Allosauraus Skeleton Being Sold At An Auction, Can You Guess How Much It Costs?
Considering that prehistoric artifacts can indeed be costly, how important is the discovery of a ferocious dinosaur that has lived during the Jurassic period that it has been sold at an auction at such an expensive price? Find out what authorities have to say
Death Rates From Breast Cancer Patients Dramatically Decreases, Is ‘The Cure’ Finally Found?
With the ongoing decline of breast cancer mortality rates across the globe, does it imply that the cure has finally been discovered? Are there certain limitations of using the ‘wonder drug’ that lessens the virus? Find out what experts have to say
Should Samsung Worry About The Recent Report Of A Galaxy J5 Explosion?
Samsung has dealt with its defective Galaxy Note 7 and washing machines. Now, the tech company may be facing the same scenario.
Qualcomm Files Patent Lawsuit Against Meizu In US, France And Germany
This situation might be a huge threat for Meizu, considering that the lawsuit has expanded to other countries.
Recent Study Says There Is At Least One Ocean In Proxima B, More Possibility Of Alien Life
Proxima b had made the news back in August about the possibility of alien life in the exoplanet.
Angry Man Walks in an Apple Store in France, Starts Smashing iPhones
This fuming man is a proof that even though Apple has a high customer support they can’t still avoid unhappy customers
UK Citizens Reluctant To Fight Climate Change
A case study conducted by the London School of Economics and Political Science conclude that UK Citizens are unwilling to help developing countries adapt to climate change.
European Investment Bank To Finance Jordan's Renewable Energy Grids
The European Investment Bank granted an investment worth $97 million for Jordan in support for the Green Corridor project in the Middle East for renewable energy.
Snails tell history of humans in Ireland
Snails reveal a migration of human beings from France to Ireland 8,000 years ago, and this may help answer "the Irish question."
Artificial heart is both machine and cow
A team of French scientists has created an artificial heart that's part machine and part ... cow? Could the team's new development help save lives around the world?
First gay marriage ceremony in France goes out live to nation (Video)
The first gay marriage ceremony that has been allowed under a new law in France was celebrated through a ceremony that was broadcast to the entire nation.