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Experts made the discovery after studying videos of wild chimps living in Uganda's Budongo Forest Reserve. They found the primates use gestures that follow basic human language rules.
Professor Dame Sue Black, of Lancaster University, has pioneered the research.A combination of vein patterns, skin creases, scars, tattoos are used to identify an individual.
A study of 1,000 British teenagers aged between 14 and 15 showed that violent video games do not make them more aggressive or antisocial, according to new research.
The FTC reported Tuesday that there's been a surge in 'romance scams,' or scenarios where scammers trick love-lusting internet users into sending them money, only to later disappear.
Researchers say the new tarantula discovered in Angola belongs to a group known as the horned baboon spiders, though the purpose of its strange soft horn is so far still a mystery.
Chinese tech giant Baidu has created a high-tech home for stray cats. Its 'Smart Cattery' uses artificial intelligence to distinguish cats from other animals and even spot common diseases.
Egyptian archaeologists excavating the ruins of a pyramid 60 miles outside of Cairo have discovered the skeletal remains of a 13-year-old girl in a huddled position inside a tomb.
Zimperium has warned that a security vulnerability in Xiaomi's M365 scooter could let anyone savvy enough lock the device, hit the brakes and even cause the device to suddenly accelerate.
A new species of puddle frog has been found in a previously unexplored mountain in southwestern Ethiopiasing DNA sequencing of tissue samples from the frogs, a team at NYU Abu Dhabi confirmed that it was genetically different from any other frog species in the region.
The first monument was erected in northwest France in 4,500 BC and then the tradition, practice and popularity for similar monuments spread over the next 2,000 years.
The always-on nature of internet-connected devices has raised some concerns over just how much data Google and Amazon's voice assistants are collecting from users and what they're doing with it.
A new product from an Irish Zyalin Group firm lets parents schedule their children's internet access times and block sites on their child's phone remotely.
Ordnance Survey owns majority of Astigan, a firm based in , Somerset, which has built the huge drone. It weighs 330 pounds, has a wingspan of almost 130 feet and controlled remotely.
London's Harish Natarajan, 31, defeated IBM's Miss Debater in a discussion over subsidising pre-schooling in front of 700 people in a San Francisco lecture theatre.
The world's largest retailer began bolstering its partnerships with third-party courier firms to reach consumers in 100 U.S. cities last year, after failing to use Uber and Lyft to deliver groceries.
Mars One, the startup that pledged to send humans on a one-way trip to the red planet, said Tuesday it's in talks with a 'new investment company' that has pledged to settle its debts with creditors.
The owner of the USB stick which was found in a seal's faeces has been revealed to be the woman who suggested it needed to be studied after finding it on a New Zealand beach in 2017.
EA is hoping to reproduce the success of Epic Games' 'Fortnite', whose blending of 'The Hunger Games' and 'Minecraft' has been a global hit with teenagers and older gamers.
'Predators' are grooming children as young as eight on increasingly popular live streaming sites like TikTok, Barnardos have said.
Half of the British public isn't 'certain' that Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection is correct, a survey ahead of a children's version of his most famous work has revealed.