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Researchers from Aston University say smartphone users are vulnerable to gambling because they are already conditioned to be constantly on their phones.
The findings suggest the increased availability of human food may be working against wild populations in the long-term, potentially even having effects on the molecular level.
The National Trust has declared the result of its five-yearly count of the number of the birds in the Farne Islands, off the Northumberland coast.
Massive iceberg 30 TIMES the size of Manhattan will soon break off an Antarctic ice shelf, NASA says
An area of ice estimated to be at least 1700 square kilometers (660 square miles) will break free from Antarctica’s Brunt Ice Shelf, NASA says. Satellite images reveal the growing crack.
Wildlife experts have found a single live female, which they photographed and filmed. The world's biggest bee has been found after it was thought that the species had become extinct.
A bad software update has bricked Nike's $350 self-tying sneakers. In reviews, several users said they updated their Adapt BB smart sneakers on an Android phone, only for the shoes to stop working.
Samsung unveiled it's long-awaited $1,980 Galaxy Fold on Wednesday, which swiftly garnered mockery from Twitter users who criticized the folding phone's astronomical price tag.
Sidewalk Labs, an offshoot of Google parent company Alphabet reached an agreement with Toronto in 2017 to develop a futuristic community known as Quayside with 'ubiquitous connectivity.'
Consumer Reports has refused to recommend Tesla's flagship Model 3 sedan. Responses from over 500 car owners showed they experienced issues with paint, trim and electronics.
The California-based company has introduced a new incredibly white display for Android and iOS users. Google have also gotten rid of the red menu bar at the top of the screen.
Researchers estimate humans are injecting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere at 9-10 times the rates seen during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) event 56 million years ago.
It was found in Utah and has been named Moros intrepidus, which translates to 'harbinger of doom', in recognition of its role in creating the T-Rex, which evolved about 14 million years later.
WhatsApp confirms worrying security flaw that lets ANYONE bypass Face ID or Touch ID locking feature
A worrying bug has compromised new WhatsApp privacy controls. WhatsApp says it's finding a fix for a bug that means anyone can bypass its Touch ID or Face ID security tools.
The card, which will be linked with Apple Wallet, will let users set spending goals, track rewards, and manage balances. It's expected to roll out among employees first, then more widely in the spring.
Scientists from Penn State in the US discovered the protein and invented a way to manufacture it with bacteria to avoid harming the animals. It can be used in smart materials and self-healing fabrics.
Experts at a lab in Terni, Italy, believe that gene-editing the insect's DNA to make them more male is the answer. This is because only females have mouths big enough to bite human beings.
The Government has announced up to 200 AI Masters places will be made available at UK universities, with support from high-profile UK tech firms including Deepmind and BAE Systems.
Twitter is inviting users to apply to test out potential new app features in a special version of the app that aims to improve the user experience and make it more user-friendly.
The grave of the FEMALE Viking: 10th century skeleton buried in Sweden was high-status warrior woman
A controversial set of remains that has long sparked debate among archaeologists does, in fact, represent a female Viking warrior, a new study has concluded based on DNA evidence.
In an 80,000 square-meter (855,000 square-foot) space filled with the whirring sounds of machinery, the e-commerce titan has deployed the most advanced instruments.