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Ocean scientists employed a simple tool, developed at the University of Tokyo in Japan, to discover the feeding patterns, migrations, and conservation needs of the threatened species.
Astronauts may be more likely to get ill from antibiotic-resistant bugs in space than they normally would on earth, research from the University of Houston has suggested.
In wildfire-prone cities and towns, increasingly worried residents are banding together to prevent future disasters.
Epic Games has since patched the attack, which would have allowed attackers to view account info, listen in on in-game conversations, and more.
From classics like Zojirushii, Yeti, and Stanley to new mugs from OtterBox and Snow Peak, I tried a ton of travel tumblers this winter. These are the best.
Former Israeli Air Force pilot Alon Getz helped design the new cutting-edge technology as part of his start-up company RideOn. It is being trialed in Austria.
A mild November and December saw Spring arrive months ahead of time in the UK, with Christmas Day butterflies and Boxing Day bumblebees as well as plants in bloom.
Russian specialists lost connection with the Spektr-R satellite telescope last Friday but the craft, which was launched from Kazakhstan in 2011, is still transmitting data.
A bot trained to beat poker stars could offer strategic lessons to generals simulating a future war.
New tabletop sensors could be sensitive enough to glimpse gravitational waves and even dark matter particles.
Facebook told investors it expects to spend $10 million annually on security for CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
From potential nation state hacks to a brain drain, the shutdown has done nothing good for cybersecurity.
You probably won’t enjoy reading about President Trump getting it on with Mike Pence (or Putin, or Shrek), but you’re not really supposed to.
Amazon's Alexa smart assistant has been down for users in the UK, US and Europe since early this morning, according to hundreds of reports from frustrated customers.
The California-based company have already forbid content containing dangerous activities but have revealed new policies following a series of dangerous activities posted online.
Experts from the University of Leeds used a climate model to determine what would happen to global temperature rise if CO² emissions were phased out from the end of 2018.
The naturally occurring 100-yard diameter disk of ice formed over the weekend in Westbrook, Maine on the Presumpscot River, drawing curious onlookers to investigate the strange sight.
Many indigenous tribes in Africa, Australia and Papua New Guinea have took inspiration from the zebras and use bodypaint to avoid horsefly bites.
By joining forces, the major automakers have each diversified their self-driving portfolios.
On the anniversary of the remarkable crash landing, remember just how quickly it all happened.