The UN’s chief painted a grim picture of a divided and polarised world and urged solidarity among nations.
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First private SpaceX flight reaches orbit with two contest winners, a healthcare worker and their rich sponsor on board.
Documents seen by The Wall Street Journal show that Facebook knows Instagram is toxic for young girls.
Annual honour for unusual accomplishments in science and the humanities aims to make people laugh and then think.
Prosecutors accused Elizabeth Holmes of ‘lying and cheating’ in their opening statements in the $9bn fraud trial.
Five years after her fall from grace, Theranos’s Elizabeth Holmes is getting her day in US court.
Moscow takes a lead in new technology that can evade conventional defences and fly at seven times the speed of sound.
The experiments on the latest SpaceX supply mission probe everything from bone and eye health to robot dexterity.
The reverse merger with NextGen Acquisition Corp II will value the satellite-launch company at $3.2bn.
Decision comes after government accused Facebook of deleting accounts ‘disseminating the true reality about Ethiopia’.
The crypto revival is fuelling predictions that the largest virtual coin is back on the path to hit $100,000.
The companies are on pace for their longest losing streak in more than a decade as Beijing continues its clampdown.
Markets shuddered on Thursday over rising concerns over China’s economy, the Delta variant and Federal Reserve tapering.