News and Updates
Chocolate stimulates the same hormones as love-making, according to a new TV series from the New York City-based Food Network (stock image).
In every game, the experience only holds up as far as you can see it. In 'Far Cry 5,' the experience doesn't even hold up that far.
Mike Pitts specialises in British pre-history and is one of a small number of scientists who have excavated on the site of the ancient monument, on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire.
WIRED Columnist Robert Wright on what Steven Pinker’s new bestseller 'Enlightment Now' gets wrong about our polarized politics.
It works sort of like noise-cancelling headphones, eliminating bumps with movement in the opposite direction.
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of computer technology giant Apple, announced on Sunday that he's done with Facebook amid security concerns about personal information.
Researchers from the University of Connecticut found that hot-air dryers can spread Staphylococcus aureus, which can cause life-threatening sepsis or toxic shock syndrome.
A massive breach of Facebook data could have 'absolutely' affected more than 87 million users, former research director of Cambridge Analytical Christopher Wiley said on Sunday.
Channel 4's Class Of Mum And Dad sees 19 parents take the SATs exams designed for 11-year-olds at the end of primary school - but shockingly, more than half fail on their first go.
Today Facebook will tell the 87 million users who may have had their information shared with Cambridge Analytica.
An environmental expert says that when Brits talk about non-native species, such as Japanese knotweed, in such terms, we’re just being ‘xenophobic’.
In complaint to the FTC, child-health, privacy, and consumer groups say YouTube is targeting kids improperly.
People living in the west wrongly believe the world is doing far worse on issues like poverty than is actually the case and are so pessimistic that chimpanzees fare better in a quiz about the poor.
I was a passenger onboard a companion flight on March 11. Locked to the downed craft, the victims didn't stand a chance.
Sheryl Sandberg reportedly bowed out of an ABC News interview because she learned she was going to be interviewed by Martha Raddatz instead of George Stephanopoulos.
Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin has reportedly passed a lie detector test after recalling his apparent encounter with alien life during the historic 1969 mission to the moon.
Last week social media spent an awful lot of time talking about old media. Twist!
Opinion: The Cambridge Analytica scandal makes it clear: The US needs to pass a privacy law that gives consumers the protections they deserve.
The vehicles will need updates—forever.
A technique based on genetic bar codes can easily map the connections of individual brain cells in unprecedented numbers. Unexpected complexity in the visual system is only the first secret it has revealed.