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Cod, herring and whelks could be forced out of British waters by 2050 as climate change continues to warm the seas, according to a damning new report.
California's new privacy law has spurred a torrent of online notices. But the law is also forcing changes offline, in traditional stores.
Cats are attracted to bushfire burn scars, where they hunt vulnerable survivors with merciless impunity. It's devastating for ecosystems.
Researchers from the Tor Vergata University of Rome in Italy examined the 2,000 year old remains of teeth and plaque from a young woman living with the disease.
The actor's new project, A Starting Point, aims to give all Americans the TL;DR on WTF is going on in politics. It's harder than punching Nazis on the big screen.
And better ones won't save it. To get past misinformation and tribal rancor online, we need to face why people really want misinformation and rancor.
Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Donald Trump. We asked every White House hopeful to weigh in on how they would reverse the country's devastating polarization.
Steven Bonnell, known online as Destiny, has made a business of picking fights with alt-right carnival barkers and other partisan provocateurs.
The plan calls for federal subsidies for R&D in next-generation wireless, but the sums pale compared with existing investments.
Greenpeace researchers tracked ten nesting female turtles in French Guiana to follow their movements through the North Atlantic as they ventured for food.
The luxury brand wants its first SUV to be a multi-terrain all-star, and that means leaving the pavement behind.
Today, Toyota announced a wide-ranging new initiative called Kinto, which will see the company expand into ride sharing, carpooling, subscription-based leasing and more.
A mechanical engineer explains that that in the event of a nuclear winter, when the sun is blocked by smoke, humans could survive on crops that did not need much light like mushrooms and seaweed.
Starting today, third-party retailers on Amazon will be able to use FedEx Ground services to deliver items ordered by Amazon Prime customers. The news comes after a short three-week ban in December.
Verizon has launched a 'privacy-focused' search engine in North America that claims to be encrypted and not share user data, but some are skeptical due to the firm's previous controversies.
Over the next two years, Google will phase out use of third-party cookies - a type of digital trail - that companies use to monitor users' journey across the web for the purposes of online advertising.
Strings of code discovered in the newest MacOS beta for Catalina 10.15.3 suggest a high-performance mode that can be toggled on and off at will and increase performance.
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In a shift toward transparency, the National Security Agency announced a bug that could have left over 900 million PCs vulnerable to attack.
Researchers at the University of Berne in Switzerland also found some personality traits such as depression may have crossed between human species.