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However, the new store is Amazon's most limited, open only on weekdays from 7am and to 8PM, and offering 'Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Snacks.
Instagram is adding a dedicated tab to its Explore section that's focused on Shopping and personalized to each user's interests. It's also rolling out Shopping stickers to Stories.
The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) snapped a photo using its four wide-field cameras on August 7, nearly four months after it blasted off from Cape Canaveral.
Scientists have observed the ‘parent’ lightning strokes for dozens of red sprites over a storm in China, revealing new insight on how these remarkable phenomena are produced.
The Ice Age specimens were found in the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Traditional Territory, a First Nation territory in Yukon. The caribou contains some of the oldest mummified mammal tissue.
Souza, who was the Chief Official White House photographer for U.S. Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama, used Apple's new iPhone XS to take these shots for Dailymail.com.
‘Pedo Guy’ SUES Elon Musk: British cave expert slurred by Tesla boss in row over rescue of Thai boys
British diver Vernon Unsworth alleges that Mr Musk falsely accused him on Twitter of being a paedophile. The lawsuit filed in LA seeks more than $75,000 (£57,000) in damages.
Experts from Northwestern University questioned 1.5 million people worldwide to make the finding, which undercover that people were average, reserved, self-centred or role models.
Scientists from Purdue University in Indiana found the samples collected in the 1960s on Apollo missions were skewed towards recording more recent activity.
Scientists at the University of Birmingham found that survivors of sexual assault are also more likely to blame themselves for the crime if they were intoxicated. (Stock image)
Two bright blue Coradia iLint trains, built by French firm Alstom, have begun running on a 62-mile route between three towns in northern Germany with a further 14 planned for 2021.
An unnamed baby boy, born on Sunday to a labourer and his wife in Gorakhpur in the northern Indian region of Uttar Pradesh, has been hailed a 'miracle of God' because of his deformities.
Chicago-based technology company Motorola has submitted a patent for the self-driving vehicle, which would also scan the detainee for drugs, weapons and alcohol.
When users with the latest operating system updated from Microsoft attempted to install third-party web browsers, the operating system previously surfaced a pop-up warning.
Real estate agent Diane Chung was in an elevator in Bayside in New York City when 'she heard a whistling and screeching sound, and she noticed thick smoke', according to a lawsuit.
The Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, which manages the facility, said that all employees will be allowed to return this week, after investigating 'criminal activity.'
Apple launched iOS 12 to all devices running its predecessor, iOS 11, at 1:00pm ET (6:00pm BST) on Monday. The update was released to Apple fans worldwide.
First treatment for cocaine addiction? Gene-edited skin graft could stop overdoses and curb cravings
Naloxone has saved tens of thousands from opioid overdoses and helped treat addiction. Nothing like that exists for coke, but University of Chicago research on mice may soon change that.
Volkswagen declares war on Tesla as car maker reveals plans to build 10 MILLION e-cars in first wave
Volkswagen is gearing up to take on Tesla in a big way. The German auto giant said Monday it plans to manufacture 10 million cars that are affordable and all-electric, based on its MEB platform.
The first fully assembled 777X jetliner has rolled off the Boeing production line at the manufacturer's Everett factory in Washington state.