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Scientists think something is amiss, but they can't be certain: In the past, they didn't systematically count the population of flying insects, so they can't make a proper comparison to today.
Twitter is awash with claims the power shortages have been caused by the firm preparing for the UK and US release of its iPhone XS (left) and iPhone XS Max (right), tomorrow.
An investigation by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) found that company's UK arm failed to take appropriate steps to protect the data of British citizens. (Stock)
Brussels wants Facebook to give users more information about how their data is used and how it works with third party makers of apps, games and quizzes.
Facebook has confirmed plans to build a 'war room' at its Menlo Park campus to co-ordinate teams working to battle attempts to manipulate social media content in favour of any specific candidate or party.
Researchers at Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, say they are unsure what triggered the problem, but it may take some time for engineers to diagnose the issue.
Incidences of illicit crypto mining - a technique used by hackers to steal the processing power of computers to create Bitcoin - have quadrupled in the last year, according to new research.
Seattle-based technology giant Amazon has accidentally leaked images and details of the Amazon Smart Plug which is expected to cost £95 ($125).
The Greek town of Aitoliko has been swarmed with spiders known as 'stretch spiders' have created the monstrosity over 1,000 foot of shoreline covered with rocks, trees and plants.
Experts at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew believe that new, plastic-consuming organisms may soon be helping to break down the world’s six billion tons of plastic waste.
Samsung may have a lot of phones up its sleeve for 2019. Code from an Android 9 Pie update file appears to have leaked the lineup for Samsung's next Galaxy devices, the Galaxy S10.
A new study has pinpointed a potential link between PFAS – a controversial group of man-made chemicals – and elevated levels of hyperthyroidism in domestic cats.
The tech giant already has four locations of its cashierless Go stores up and running, but it may have up to 10 locations open by the end of the year, with as many as 50 by 2019.
Hyundai Motor said it will sell 1,000 hydrogen-powered trucks in Switzerland over the next five years, betting the vehicles could beat battery-powered models sold by the likes of Tesla
A research team, including members of the faculty at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, have been working on replicating the experience of pressurised human touch.
Users simply click the thumbs up or down button and Amazon will respond by showing other products based on their choices. It could soon expand to include clothing and purse recommendations.
In the sci-fi series Star Trek, beloved character Spock hails from a planet called Vulcan. And now, scientists have found its real-life analog. The new planet orbits the star 40 Eridani A.
The close shave occurred long before dinosaurs walked the Earth, and scientists at the University of Barcelona say one of the Milky Way's smallest galactic neighbours is the culprit.
It's not clear how 'zombie cells' originate but they are affect strokes, arthritis and heart attacks. Mayo Clinic scientists reversed Alzheimer's by editing them out of mice. But they can't do that in humans.