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Apple's long-awaited news and video subscription products could be coming as soon as next month. The firm is is expected to host an event on March 25th at the Steve Jobs Theater in California.
The experts say the discovery lines up with late Neanderthal-era findings from the nearby Gorham's Cave, and if confirmed, would be only the second known example of Neanderthal footprints.
Researchers at the University of Delaware and in France re-engineered naturally occurring compounds to treat pain with longer lasting effects than morphine but minimal addiction risk.
The mysterious glitch caused several popular accounts, including Kylie Jenner, Ariana Grande and Kim Kardashian, to see their follower counts mysteriously drop by the millions.
Researchers from Midwestern University discovered the beast in a quarry alongside the Mtuka river in south-west Tanzania.
A team of researchers from North Carolina have identified problems with fossil data of previous studies and concluded the extinction likely happened a million years earlier than thought.
The future of price fixing: Online shopping algorithms like Amazon's can learn to work with other sites to artificially inflate prices
The tectonic phenomena, known as a 'slow earthquake', or a slow slip event occurred a few kilometres south of Istanbul, but nobody knew it was happening.
Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey said on Tuesday that Silicon Valley companies, including his own, have not done enough to protect victims of online abuse, calling it a 'huge fail.'
For just $20,000 in Bitcoin, cybercriminals can purchase the records, which were stolen from 16 hacked websites, many of which are popular sites like MyFitnessPal and Dubsmash.
Oxytocin, the so-called 'love hormone' is released during hugging, intercourse and other intimate activities. Shared activities like games ramps it up, too, researchers at Baylor University found.
One of the twin spacecrafts has started moving towards its lowest point of orbit, called perigee in advance of a future re-entry and death in our atmosphere.
Professor Bradford Parkinson, sometimes referred to as the 'father of GPS' says that people don't read maps any more when he picked up a prestigious engineering prize last night in London.
Darwin, known as the 'father of evolutionary biology', obtained the once orange-coloured sample in in Argentina as part of his famed voyage aboard the HMS Beagle between 1831 and 1836.
Experts from Cambridge's Scott Polar Research Institute found the filling and draining of meltwater lakes has been found to cause a floating Antarctic ice shelf to flex, potentially threatening its stability.
An 18-year-study has provided detailed insight of the unexpected consequences for an ocean ecosystem following the decline of great whites in False Bay, near Cape Town in South Africa.
NASA headquarters in Washington DC stated in its formal blog that more than two gallons (9.5 litres) of water gush out of the plumbing.
A team at the University of Edinburgh has been working with researchers in Italy to develop the new renewable energy system that could generate enough power for 100 homes.
The World Health Organisation, in Geneva, is urging manufacturers to ensure smartphones and other audio players cap volume limit - and restrict the amount of time people can listen to loud music.
NASA will formally abandon Mars Opportunity mission as last ditch attempts to contact the rover fails