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According to a report in Nature, a draft of new code in the country's civil law explicitly lists human genes and embryos as protected personal rights for the first time ever.
Consumer Reports examined a set of accounts and found that a significant number didn't have the ability to toggle off Face Recognition, a feature that automatically users in tagged photos.
They are known to eat almost anything they can, including dolphins, sea turtles and even humans. A team at Mississippi State University has now added sparrows and doves to this extensive list.
The British network provider's issues have now been resolved. EE said: ' 'some customers experienced intermittent problems making calls on 4G' but these are now fixed.
According to writer Sam Biddle, the Intercept spoke with an anonymous source at US-based Facebook who produced confidential documents detailing the data sharing.
The kilogram is now based on energy changes in the quantum world rather than a physical object. Here's how that works.
Six down. Four to go.
Scientists from the US and UK have analysed pollen fossils that trace the oldest cannabis plants back 28 million years ago on the Tibetan Plateau around Qinghai Lake 10,700ft above sea level
Scientists from the University of Cambridge studied ten Agta groups in the Philippines and found hunter-gatherers spend 20 hours a week getting food, 10 hours more than hunter-gatherers.
The Treadwell is a simple, inexpensive bike for getting around. And it has a sensor built into the wheel that lets you log (and study) all of your rides.
Students from Stanford University's Student Robotics club have created a robot dog that can backflip and even dance. Its creators have also put all the plans for making the robot yourself online.
Vizio's almost-top-end 4K TV is a dazzling testament to the power of quantum dots in a LCD display. Our full review of the 65-inch and 75-inch models.
Researchers at the Southwest Research Institute in Texas found the traces and said they are 'very different from most icy objects explored previously by spacecraft'.
A team of scientists from Manchester University have found chemical traces of red pigment in a mouse that lived millions of years ago, the first time this was detected in an ancient fossil.
Some combination of data and machinery may finally provide an objective marker of pain—but beware of bias.
The push to end opioid abuse has ended up hurting the people who use the drugs legitimately. Now those chronic pain patients are starting a movement of their own.
In a two-week test, startup TuSimple will transport mail for the US Postal Service between Phoenix and Dallas.
Making abortion mostly illegal will kick off an unintentional, vast experiment in public health—one where the outcomes are sick or dying women and children.
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