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Biggest EVER collection of breached data including more than a BILLION email addresses and passwords
The largest data breach has been discovered which exposed 1,160,253,228 unique combinations of email addresses and passwords to hackers of people around the world.
The East Asian archaic hominin fossil is known as the Xujiayao juvenile and was found in the 70s in Xujiayao. Analysis of the remains found growth lines in the teeth were well preserved.
A new network of satellite from the US could spell end of missing aircraft like the missing Malaysian flight MH370 as it will be able to track all planes in the future in real time,
Apple CEO Tim Cook has doubled down on his calls for consumer data privacy. He called on lawmakers to pass a privacy bill that would let users to see and delete any online data collected on them.
The concept is the brainchild of Bei Chen Nan, who designed the car as part of his final year industrial design project at Monash University in Melbourne.
Engineers from the University of California, Berkeley, designed a new machine-learning algorithm that can teach robots to grasp and carry items.
Also: Steve Carell is making a Space Force show for Netflix, and Apple is teaming up with Sofia Coppola and Bill Murray.
Amazon investors are turning up the heat on CEO Jeff Bezos with a new letter demanding he stop selling the company's controversial facial recognition technology to police.
The boat made from plastic waste will set sail this week from Lamu to Kenya as part of a two-week expedition - a distance of 500-kilometres. The vessel was designed by Northumbria University.
National Center for Atmospheric Research in Colorado created the animation and hopes to use it on the Sun in future to help predict when they will happen.
Sure, you need big muscles to win the Lunar Impact event in Dwayne Johnson's new reality show. But you won't get anywhere without friction.
StartRocket is a Russian company hoping to use Cubesats - briefcase sized spacecrafts - in low-Earth orbit and arranging them in a particular way based on the demands of the paying customer.
Fossil hunters have found an extremely rare prehistoric buffalo skull in a quarry in Cambridgeshire. The ancient remains are estimated to be around 150,000 years old.
The people want their cars big and gas-powered. The automakers are happy to provide.
Tokyo-based company Ale hopes to launch space meteor showers next year which can be ordered for a specific time in a specific place for several million pounds (artist's impression).
Introducing a bot to a secure Telegram conversation downgrades the level of encryption—without providing any visual cues.
Even if your knife skills are solid, a food processor is still faster and more convenient for bigger projects.
The Royal Horticultural Society said the cotton stringy scale (takahashia japonica) was found on a magnolia in Berkshire, which is thought to have been imported.
Its execs have been arrested. Its gear is banned in places. And countries are reconsidering relationships with the company. How much trouble is Huawei really in?
The popular pizza chain have lost their case to a blind man who couldn't order a pizza using the company's iPhone app. The case, brought in the US, now sets a precedent for other companies.