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How did an African green monkey that died in 1962 get involved in the biggest research debacle of this pandemic?
The simple gadget dramatically improves the wearer's ability to learn new words, say the University of Pittsburgh team behind the research new development.
Through deceptive designs known as “dark patterns,” online retailers try to nudge you toward purchases you wouldn’t otherwise make.
Indoor air experts think: Sure, maybe. Why the hell not? We convinced the CEO of an air filter company to give it a try.
A three-day hackathon produced a promising set of mobile apps for helping women in crisis, and for stopping violence against women before it occurs.
In tests, the AI returned successfully revealed hidden connections between works held by New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art and Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum.
Restrictions will come into force in the EU and the UK in October and comes just days after Boris Johnson announced Britain's new anti-obesity drive.
Experts from the University of Zurich examined 700,000 plant specimens from the southwestern Pacific island as part of a study into its ecosystem diversity.
The colourful LEGO Super Mario Adventures collection has fast become an Amazon bestseller and will probably be at the top of many Super Mario fans' Christmas lists this year too.
'Troubling emotions' and their link to climate change have been studied by University of Colombia researchers for the British Ecological Society in a first of its kind study.
Researchers found that these various factors caused loneliness in different measures across three age groups - young adults, the middle aged and the old aged.
A new AI-powered program 'cloaks' images to ward off facial recognition apps. The tool makes subtle pixel-level changes that distort pictures enough so they cannot be used by online scrapers.
By reverse engineering apps intended for cyclists, security researchers found they could cause delays in at least 10 cities from anywhere in the world.
After years of secrecy, one major election tech company is giving more hackers a look under the hood.
Rare stellar explosions, called 'calcium-rich supernovae,' produced half of the universe's calcium and what is found in our teeth and bones, as it can create massive amounts in just seconds.
'Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo' (BPPV) is a disorder of the inner ear in which changes in the position of one's head result in a sensation of spinning or motion.
As the White House zeroes in on a single app, some experts say more pressing issues are going by the wayside.
Experts from the UK and Italy used data gathered by law enforcement on a real-life Mafia syndicate to test different ways of identifying the most crucial members.
An international team of researchers led by Queen Mary University of London used data from the sub-seafloor to create a new global picture of the ocean biosphere.
Using open-source software and less than $100, a researcher was able to create plausible images and audio of actor Tom Hanks.