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Researchers from the University of Maryland Baltimore measured the atmosphere for two days per month over the course of two years from 2016 to 2018.
A new wave of reports about the home surveillance cameras getting hijacked by creeps is painfully familiar.
NulledCast has been involved in a number of hacks on the Amazon-owned Ring security cameras in which hackers commandeer the device's microphone to harass victims on the other side.
In her latest talk at a major climate change conference, the Swedish activist accused politicians and big business of misleading the public.
A Twitter account called Quantum Bullshit Detector reflects some researchers' angst about overhyped claims and other troubling trends.
Facebook has partnered with retailers to gather customer data to find user profiles on the site and target them with specific advertisements. However, there is a quick process to opt-out.
Turkey will be the first customer for a new military drone with a machine gun mount that can fire single shots or 15-round bursts and carry a total of 200 rounds. It also has laser targeting for accuracy.
Archaeologists found 15,000 artifacts and living areas in an ancient site that dates back 12,500 years. Located in Connecticut, it was home to southern New England's earliest inhabitants.
US-based researchers tracked both baleen and teethed whales around the world's oceans and tracked how they feed. They found baleen whales are highly-efficient.
Banning vaping just might drive teens to the black market—and send adult smokers back to their cancer sticks.
Though victory is close, the eradication campaign is on some very fragile ground.
Archaeologists have revealed the first ever discovery of ancient Egyptian head cones, which were found in graves in the ancient city of Amarna.
The aptly dubbed Google Interpreter will be available on any mobile device capable of running Google Assistant and can be activated by users by summoning the assistant with one's voice.
Glaciologists at the University of California, Irvine have been able to reveal the contours of the land beneath the Antarctic ice in the hope of better predicting areas more susceptible to melting.
Surface particles scraped up by NASA's Phoenix lander and analysis of craters from orbit have spotted the frozen water just one inch (2.5cm) below the surface.
Thousands of 'penis-fish' were found on a California beach after a strong storm ripped through the area and pulled them from their underwater homes - leaving them exposed to predators.
iPhone shipments to China fell by 35 percent in November, the second straight month of double-digit declines in the country compared to the same periods the previous year, likely due to tariffs.
Scientists at Australia's national science agency used genetic markers of different vertebrates to identify the lifespans of living and extinct animals, including humans.
*Succession* star Nicholas Braun, aka Cousin Greg, is set to star as WeWork’s founder Adam Neumann.
A viral video appears to show a man jumping off water. What’s really going on here?