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Snapchat's April Fool's joke pokes fun at Facebook and lets users add a Russian bot filter to photos
The filter adds a Facebook-like frame to your photos, changes text to the Russian alphabet and even shows likes from 'your mom' and 'a bot,' in an apparent swipe at the social media giant.
SpaceX has launched yet another recycled rocket. This time, the firm is sending a reusable Falcon 9 rocket and a Dragon capsule carrying cargo to the International Space Station.
Since last spring, Grindr's 3.6 million users have been able to share their HIV status and last test date on their profiles. Now it's emerged that those details were shared with app-optimization services.
The comments are the latest by the Facebook chief aimed at blunting the impact of a scandal over the harvesting of personal data on 50 million users by a firm linked to Donald Trump's 2016 campaign.
Conservative Christians and alt-right commentators are venting their anger over Google not creating one of their famous Doodles to celebrate the Easter Holiday.
A new analysis of fossils unearthed in Bridger Basin, Wyoming, in the 1870s suggests the metre-long lizard species 'Saniwa ensidens' had two light-sensing organs in the top of its skull.
A new photo snapped by NASA 's Hubble Space Telescope has managed to make history. The spacecraft was able to spot a blue 'supergiant' nine billion light years away.
Zuckerberg defended his company's advertising model, which Cook criticized last week as 'trafficking in users' personal lives'.
Researchers at Harvard University made the startling discovery by studying what we already know about the masses of particles and how they interact.
Researchers from Columbia University found in 2017 that Crispr can cause genetic mutations and they have now been forced to accept their study was wrong and Crispr is harmless.
In just six years, the Southern Ocean has melted 564 m2 (1,463 km2) of Antarctica's underwater ice - an area the size of Greater London.
The beauty spot - about a mile off the coast of St David’s Head in Pembrokeshire - will now be studied by experts to understand how humans once used the island.
The bizarre image was posted on Twitter by Leo Smith, an associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Kansas.
As of today, broadcasters including Sky, ITV and Amazon are allowing Britons in Europe to access their pay-TV subscriptions via online TV services (stock).
Musk told his 20million Twitter followers that attempts to raise money for the loss-making company, including a mass sale of Easter Eggs, had failed and it was so broke 'you can't believe it'.
They patents suggest the firms' Google Home and Amazon Echo devices could know intimate details about their users and target global advertising based on this data.
The chamber lies beneath the Holy Trinity church in Northamptonshire, and is thought to be one of only two medieval charnel houses in England that still have original human remains.
Chinese space authorities say its defunct Tiangong 1 space station re-entered the earth's atmosphere and burnt up over the middle of the South Pacific on Monday.
Space agency NASA has funded an unusual project to create 'Marsbees', which are the size of bumblebees with enormous wings, equipped to take samples from the red planet.
An animated video has given an insight into how seven ancient ruins, including Luxor Temple in Egypt, might have looked today if they hadn't been destroyed.