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The U.S. government is trying to force Facebook Inc to break the encryption in its popular Messenger app so law enforcement may listen to a suspect's voice conversations in a criminal probe.
Identical twins share 100 percent of their DNA, so when Brittany and Briana Salyers have children with their new husbands Josh and Jeremy, their kids will be legal cousins, but genetic siblings.
The new gadget, codenamed Frank, will have its own storage for shows, and connect to TVs via Amazon's existing Fire TV box, according to Bloomberg.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center says in the letter to the FTC Google's recording of time-stamped location data — 'clearly violates' the 2011 settlement.
Vets often resort to prescribing human opioids to pets because only one is approved for animals. The FDA issued a plea to veterinarians to think about the wider impact of their opioid prescriptions.
Harvard University researchers analysed data from the exoplanet-hunting Kepler Space Telescope and the Gaia mission and found half their weight may be water - either flowing or frozen.
NASA has released a stunning unseen image of Saturn's rings taken by its Cassini probe before it crashed into the planet on a kamikaze mission.
It seems issues affecting Xbox Live haven't been resolved, despite Xbox’s tweets and site suggesting otherwise. Users reported being unable to sign-in online and seeing the error code 0x80a40019.
The Google device, which previous reports said has been internally codenamed 'Manhattan' and will have a similar screen size to the 7-inch Echo Show.
The system has just begun mass production for 150,000 yen (US$1,352). The holographic character stands 8 inches tall and talks to her 'husband' from behind a cylindrical plastic barrier.
At Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, the firm has been purging the platform of users who have previously been banned or suspended.
A lawsuit fled by a Kansas aromatherapy fashion firm owner claims Facebook inflated its 'Potential Reach' number for how many users were targeted by an advertisement.
The French researchers say it could explain why so many top CEOs and politicians including Donald Trump are known for their dominant personalities.
Hundreds of Google employees have signed a protest letter over the company's reported work on a censor-friendly search engine to get back into China.
Apple said its teams 'discovered the unauthorised access, contained it, and reported the incident'. It says no customer data was taken in attack by Melbourne teen.
The popular Web Security app, which has been installed by 222,746 Mozilla Firefox users globally, was caught snooping at the websites users visited.
Researchers from the University of Michigan have discovered that people prefer to be friends with someone who doesn't have flashy, expensive status symbols (stock).
Tiny fossilised bacteria dating back 3.4 billion years was found in Strelley Pool in Pilbara, Western Australia, five years ago. Analysis shows it was likely the first evidence of life on Earth.
Elon Musk (pictured with girlfriend Grimes) is facing an SEC investigation after he tweeted that he was thinking of taking Tesla private, claiming to have 'funding secured'.
Arachnologists spotted the creature in Holcroft Moss Nature Reserve in Warrington. The animal, which is about the size of a matchstick head, was spotted during a routine survey.