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Poopdie, the imaginative name given by the 30-year-old Swedish native, is a game that was deemed 'too stinky for Apple'.
Email exchanges show senior employees and Flint officials knew the tap water was poisoned with lead months before the city alerted residents.
Leaders in artificial intelligence warn that progress is slowing, big challenges remain, and simply throwing more computers at a problem isn't sustainable.
The virtual tracks runs for 11 miles (17.7 km) through the middle of the city Yibin and cost an estimated 1.128 billion yuan (£120million).
AT&T launches its new next-generation wireless network, but breadth of 5G coverage in the US still lags South Korea and China.
The computational biologist collects cassava DNA with a pocket-sized device in order to fight the pathogens threatening the vital staple crop.
A new generation of reactors will start producing power in the next few years. They're comparatively tiny—and may be key to hitting our climate goals.
As influencers peddle more sexually explicit content, Big Tech's biggest platforms—Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter—are increasing restrictions.
The city plans to lower the speed limit on major roads to 25 mph in hopes of boosting safety, following similar moves in New York, Philadelphia, and Boston.
Want to reach voters across the aisle online? That’ll cost extra, a new study finds.
Interpreter Mode comes to iOS and Android, making it easier to converse somewhat seamlessly across language barriers
We tested many HEPA and standard air purifiers to find the right one for your bedroom or home.
University of Sheffield computer expert Noel Sharkey told the Guardian that algorithms are 'infected with biases' and cannot be trusted.
A total of 71 species have been added to the ever-expanding list of plant and animal species on Earth in 2019 by researchers at California Academy of Sciences.
Scientists in Australia have discovered that many mammals may live far longer than expected, meaning the bowhead whale has an average 268-year life expectancy.
Organised with the Tree Council, the scheme is aimed at getting readers to plant - or pledge to plant - thousands more trees to make a greener Britain and help fight air pollution and climate change.
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Nearly 70% of the Earth is covered with oceans, but an animation reveals what our planet would look like if they all disappeared -with most land becoming visible at a decrease in sea level of 459 feet.
Researchers from national laboratories, including the Imperial College of London, say the Milky Way Galaxy clocks in at a mass that is 890 billion times larger than our solar system's sun.
Today, Lyft announced a new car rental service for select users in San Francisco and Los Angeles. The service will include unlimited miles and free pickup and drop-off at the rental location.