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YouTube is allowing ads to run on videos that promote sham coronavirus advice such as listening to music that 'improves cognitive positivity' and even not entering Chinese restaurants, a report says.
Elon Musk is rebutting claims Tesla sent the wrong ventilators to a New York City hospital, stating officials asked for devices that treat sleep apnea as life-support variants are for worst case patients.
SpaceX's Starship can be seen imploding in a live stream of a 'cryo' test that filled the craft with a propellant that lowers the temperature in an effort to simulate future trips into space.
Researchers from University College London studied the bark of 13 different tree species to find out which would be best at dealing with noise pollution.
Apple has decided to keep its 270 retail locations in the US closed for longer than originally planned, now targeting early May for reopening, more than a month later than its initial March 27 date.
Italian-based artificial intelligence company Expert System has been searching through tens of thousands of social media posts to track feelings towards COVID-19.
Exclusive: A study from University College London found a chemical called resveratrol, found in grape skins, can mimic oestrogen and help fend off disease.
Overconfidence in one's own abilities despite evidence to the contrary is present in children as young as four, making them comparable to big city executives, a new study suggests.
A study by psychologists at Liverpool Hope University said children's attitudes to sharing where like workers 'exasperated by lazy colleagues'.
Sky customer across the UK were left without broadband for up to six hours today after a fault with the network left them struggling to work from home during the coronavirus lockdown.
A directive from the US government will force the planes to be shut down regularly to avoid glitches in the on-board computer systems.
A flying reptile that soared the skies around 100 million years ago have been classified as a new species of pterosaur, called named Afrotapjara zouhrii, by British scientists.
The SE will have the same name as the original cut-price handset released in 2016 but will feature the same processor chip as is in the 11, 11 Pro and the 11 Pro Plus.
Social distancing rules have reduced many eateries to delivery and take out. But apps like Uber Eats exact a 25 percent toll on their shrinking revenue.
Do you need a monitor, desk, webcam, laptop, microphone, or pair of headphones? Here's our ultimate laundry list of recommended gear to improve your new home office.
“It is a contagion, this need to wear a mask, not unlike the contagion the mask is meant to repel.”
This week in our living oral history, the city’s residents—from the great to the humble—try to come to grips with a metropolis under assault by a virus.
Instead of coding a mechanical quadruped's movements line by line, Google researchers fed it videos of real-life pups. Now it can even chase its tail.
The new desktop Facebook Messenger app is similar to the mobile version which launched for iOS and Android in 2011, with video calls being added in 2016.
Experts found that men from wealthy western countries like the UK are more motivated to workout than their Nicaraguan and Ugandan counterparts.