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Like any urban legend, this one changes slightly with each telling.
In a plot twist, the administration’s assault on the Chinese telecom giant is gaining traction. At heart, the US has an interest in its own electronic surveillance capabilities.
Companies and universities have long relied on seminars to reduce racism, despite lackluster results. Maybe institution leaders can salvage the format.
Over a period of less than a month, the plume has reached the Caribbean, South America and the US from its initial spot in the Sahara Desert.
Video taken from a drone off the coast of South Africa shows the 13-foot long shark called Helen hunting the whale which was around 33ft and in ill health.
Decades of receding sea ice in the Arctic have brought about an unexpected increase in the region's phytoplankton population, growing 57% between 1998 and 2018 according to Stanford.
Academics from the Penryn campus of the University of Exeter conducted a review of more than 140 studies to see what factors most helped roadside verges support wildlife.
The Democratic National Committee warned staffers as well as committee and state parties against using the app over privacy concerns and connections to the Chinese government.
Apple is paying users who were victims of the iPhone 'batterygate.' The tech giant agreed to pay a $500 million settlement for slowing down older models and users with the devices receive $25.
LinkedIn sued after Apple's iOS 14 beta catches the app reading users' clipboards without permission
LinkedIn's iOS app was one of more than 50 exposed by a beta version of Apple's iOS 14 which notifies users when their clipboards are being copied and asks users for permission.
The woman at the helm of of Netflix's new action flick talked to WIRED about comics, diversity in Hollywood, and centering women, especially women of color, in a genre so dominated by white men.
A study reveals why some people are 'covidiots'. Researchers found people who chose not to social distance or wear a mask have a lower working memory capacity, which determines intelligence.
The 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class will come equipped with a futuristic new augmented reality windshield when it's released in September, featuring animated GPS directions and more.
While humans continue to struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic, some scientists worry that bees are quietly dealing with a pandemic of their own driven by a fungus called nosema.
In a demonstration, the robotic hands were able to perform a range of tasks that are usually extremely difficult for robots, including detangling wires, plugging in USB cables, and more.
Experts from University College London and the University of Michigan studied health data on nearly 18,700 people aged 55-64 in England and the States.
A host of scientists in the US channelled their inner Frankenstein and connected human lungs to a sedated pig to see if it would improve the condition of damaged organs.
Experts agree the moon was once covered with an ocean of magma, but for who long remains uncertain - until now. Astronomers found the hot liquid was active for 200 million years.
UK biologists deployed logging devices on the Andean condor (Vultur gryphus), the heaviest known soaring bird, to show how it flies with limited flapping.
A survey of 1,007 parents and 1,000 children by research firm Censuswide revealed that a third of children have created secret social media accounts to avoid parental scrutiny.