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The research was conducted by Yale University, the University of Oxford and University College London and looked at people's perceptions of others based on their behaviour.
A team of UK and US scientists led by the University of Bristol has used computer models to take a look at what happened to the skeleton of our tiny mammal ancestors.
Scientists at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Austria accounted for the greenhouse gases released from thawing permafrost.
Shetland has been hit by at least two more tsunamis in the past 10,000 years than experts had thought, according to researchers from the University of Dundee.
Scientists at Virginia tech built a pattern of tiny grooves into the surface of the material that needs to be protected, eliminating the need for heating or toxic anti-freeze chemicals.
A Berlin-based iOS security researcher has unearthed a piece of code that forces Apple products to shut down and restart by overwhelming the device.
The 'Ocean Saviour', unveiled at a boat show in Southampton, will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel.
SpaceX is expected to reveal the name of its first civilian passenger this evening during a media event which will be livestreamed from its headquarters in Los Angeles, California.
Amazon, based in Seattle and run by billionaire Jeff Bezos (file photo), has confirmed it is investigating allegations that its employees are selling confidential data collected on its customers.
The satellite was designed by Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) in Guildford, Surrey and will help authorities track illegal activity in remote places.
Researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in Daejeon, South Korea, found the device stimulates hair growth in rats with alopecia when worn for 20 days.
The Swiss nonprofit, based in Geneva, also claims as many as 133 million new jobs will be created by machines by 2022. (Stock image)
Elon Musk announced on Twitter that his electric car company Tesla is in 'delivery logistics' hell, addressing customer concerns of repeatedly delayed vehicle deliveries.
Apple's iPhone XS and XS Max officially went on sale Friday. But if you want to get your hands on Apple's 'budget' iPhone XR, you'll have to wait a little longer - pre-orders don't open until October 19th.
A researcher from Hamilton College explains how humanity's obsession with dolls dates back to the days of early tool-making.
Apple Watch's new EKG feature is FDA-cleared for the wrong people & may send thousands to ER wrongly
Apple Watch 4's new EKG feature was met with fanfare and given FDA clearance - but not approval. Cardiologists warn that while it is 'safe,' the new feature may do more harm than good.
Google's prototype Chinese search engine links users' activity to their phone numbers, report claims
Google is said to be building a prototype version of a Chinese search engine that links users' activity to their phone number. In doing so, it would comply with China's censorship laws.
Apple boggled minds everywhere when it released the $1,000 iPhone X in 2017. This year, the tech giant is testing the waters even more with the $1,099 iPhone Xs Max.
In the study, researchers ran what’s said to be the first climate simulations of Proxima b with a dynamic ocean. They say a moving ocean would allow liquid water to extend further across the surface.
Campaigners said they were 'furious' the tech giant was not making products with women in mind after it announced it would discontinue the smallest iPhone model, the SE.