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The spider has been found living in household furniture in central Mexico and has been given the proper name Loxosceles tenochtitlan.
A new study from the University of California, San Diego has found that participants who said they feel they've found purpose in life had better physical and mental well-being than those who hadn't.
A study by University of Exeter scientists of female macaque monkeys has found those with strong connections to partners and many different social connections boosted survival their chances.
Scientists knew White Island was showing signs of “volcanic unrest,” but their arsenal of data and sensors couldn't prepare them for tragedy.
Five men face federal charges of bilking investors of $722 million by inviting them to buy shares in bitcoin mining pools.
A firm has designed a robot that finds, detects and automatically scoops up what your canine friend left behind. Beetl is equip with sensors and front cameras to hunt down dog poop.
Flight records and related materials from police drone programs have been uncovered following a security breach at DroneSense, which provides services to government agencies.
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In a blog post on Tuesday, Google said it will expand on its current system that checks a reference list of flagged sites against URL's the a users has visited once every 30 minutes.
Waze has rolled out a feature globally that offers 'Snow Warnings'. Users can see real-time alerts of hazardous roads and report when a street has not been plowed to keep others safe.
Experts at the University of Leeds believe each major oxygenation event was an inevitable outcome of feedback processes within the oxygen, carbon and phosphorus cycles.
Scientists found Fraser firs are highly susceptible to devastating root rot diseases and has recently discovered a new species of the disease that could threaten the tree for Christmases yet to come.
The casts were commissioned by the British aristocrat Thomas Elgin, who also controversially transported many of the sculptures from Athens to London.
Images of the Bikini Atoll created using sonar and shown at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union offer a glimpse into how the sea floor was permanently altered by American military tests.
Climate change is making it harder for commercial fishers in New England to find steady work. Between 1996 and 2017, 16 percent of New England fishing jobs were lost because of climate variability.
The FBI warns 'hackers can use smart home devices to do a virtual drive-by of your digital life' and urges users to change default passwords and regularly check for firmware updates.
Glitter is making its way into lakes, rivers and oceans and is hurting marine life. These issues are leading scientists to call a complete ban on the shiny particles -saying it is causing a natural disaster.
Amazon has filed documentation for a new smart light bulb to be added to its Ring line of home and neighborhood surveillance gear. The bulb will be 16 watts and use Bluetooth.
A new attack called Plundervolt gives attackers access to the sensitive data stored in a processor's secure enclave.
A newly-discovered shipwreck in Fiscardo, Greece that dates as far back as the first century BC contains 6,000 remarkably well-preserved Roman pots used to carry food and wine.