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Google's discontinued handset likely won't be available much longer, but it will still get years of software support.
Security researches warn over one billion Android phones are at risk of becoming a spying tool for hackers after finding a collection of 400 vulnerabilities in Snapdragon chips.
Human rights organizations have blamed the Belarusian government for widespread outages.
July was a hot one in the US, with seven states reporting all-time temperatures. All experienced temperatures over 90F that lingered in the area for days and some even weeks.
NASA shared an image of fiery red cyclones swirling in Jupiter's atmosphere. However, after posting the picture to its Instagram, users quickly responded by comparing the planet to a 'pepperoni pizza.'
The reservoir on the minor planet, which orbits the sun between Mars and Jupiter, lies beneath a 20 million year old crater known as Occator - and could harbour life.
Archaeologists in the Borough of Corby, Northamptonshire, made the unique discovery during an excavation at the Priors Hall Park housing development.
Qualcomm has released a fix for the flaws in its Snapdragon chip, which attackers might exploit to monitor location or render the phone unresponsive.
Experts led from the University of Colorado have found that the increasing use of sulphur in farming is causing similar effects to the acid rain of the past.
The collaboration between Oxford-based Reaction Engines and the UK the Science and Technology Facilities Council could see kerosene replaced in the role of jet fuel.
Fossils reveal massive 'terror crocodiles' that lived some 75 million years ago had teeth the size of bananas, allowing them to take down and devour even that largest of dinosaurs.
Researchers from Canada also found that children are more likely to develop depression by age 18 if their mothers suffered from prenatal depression.
The island of Unst has been picked as the location of a spaceport and Lockheed Martin is moving its £23.5 million grant to the island.
Australia-based researchers used a metal-organic framework (MOF), a type of lattice-like crystal, to desalinate water with sunlight.
Sunspot dubbed AR2770 was observed by an amateur astronomer. Its dark core is similar to the size of Mars and is turning towards Earth, raising concerns of strong solar flares hitting our planet.
Clothing is more prone to shredding microscopic fibres into our waterways if it has been manufactured using scissors, a new study reveals.
But our new survey found that just 20 percent of gamers say they stand up to harassment when they see it.
Moog Music's Subharmonicon is a mashup of two legendary synths that can help unblock your stifled creativity.
The move offered a new model for moderation. Maybe other platforms will take note.
Solar facilities kill tens of thousands of birds every year, and no one is quite sure why. An artificial-intelligence-powered birder is on the case.