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A study from University of New South Wales looked at more than 20 years worth of data and found that behind intelligence and working hard, emotional intelligence is the most important trait.
Psychologists from the University of Warwick studied the movement of a pair of chimpanzees at a zoo in the US that showed them moving in sync and say this could point to early human dance.
As digital technology becomes central to society, critics worry that companies have too much clout.
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US researchers studied bank accounts and behaviour of married couples and found financial 'cheaters' hide their indulgent purchases using a range of deceptive methods.
A letter from more than 50 experts urges climate negotiators gathered at the Copa25 summit in Madrid to enforce strict targets to help fight the climate crisis.
Striking ring-necked parakeets, the tropical green birds which now terrorise London neighbourhoods, have been sighted for decades and likely due to repeated releases, scientists say.
Poor indoor air quality causes serious health issues. Things can be improved with determination to sniff out the cause of the problem—and some pricey hardware.
Space entrepreneurs tend to share a fondness for libertarian principles. So before checking into your space hotel, be sure to read your Heinlein.
Companies such as Megvii thrived on government contracts for facial recognition, but they face challenges from US sanctions to cheaper tech.
Today a commercial seaplane company in Vancouver completed the world's first commercial flight of an electric plane, a 750-horsepower craft that has a 100 mile range and costs $10 to charge.
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While excavating a former Union outpost in Kentucky, archaeologists found remnants of a 150-year-old photography studio and among the items were broken bottles with traces of hair dye.
Users across the globe have reported Instagram is down siting issues with their News Feed, Stories and logging in. The problems seem to come mostly from Europe and the US.
A new research project in Australia is using motion detectors and muscle sensors to track sheep shearers in an effort to minimize on the-job-injuries, for which they are notorious.
The CEO tweeted that he's hiring a team to develop open source standards for decentralized social networks. His hope: It will spawn better ways to combat hate and harassment.
A new study shows Facebook charges higher prices for campaign ads that target users with differing political views, costing 50 percent more to send Bernie Sanders ads to conservatives.
NASA shared a festive image of a 'crimson ornament' shaped gas bubble in honor of the holiday season. The gas bubble was formed by the explosion of a supernova 160,000 light years away.
A new online version of the game Othello has become a hit in Japan because the AI has been designed to always lose, and players love it. It's been played by more than 400,000 people in Japan.