Ivory poaching has led to evolution of tuskless elephants, study finds. Researchers say findings in Mozambique demonstrate impact of human interference in nature
Facebook’s semi-independent oversight board says the company has failed to fully disclose information on its internal system that exempts high-profile users from some or all of its content rules. Facebook “has not been fully forthcoming” with the overseers about its “XCheck,” or cross-check, system the board said in a report Thursday. For certain elite users, Facebook’s rules don’t seem to apply, according to the Journal article.
Yahoo Finance’s Dan Howley joins the Yahoo finance live panel with the latest tech support review of the new Microsoft Surface Duo 2 review.
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyIt has all the makings of a Frankenstein-esque horror movie about science gone wrong: A group of scientists huddled over small organs vaguely resembling the human brain, tinkering around with drugs and trying to keep them “alive” for as long as possible.But it’s not a freakshow science experiment. In fact, it’s about as far from a horror scene as you could get.University of Cambridge scientists are growing miniature models of human br
Still, "There were moments when I thought, 'I wonder if maybe I am too old,' " the Star Trek icon, 90, tells PEOPLE of his history-making mission
Your flu shot becomes less effective month over month after you get it, and flu cases usually peak between December and March.
A “bright, long-lasting” fireball that sailed over Highland, Michigan, in the early morning of October 20, coinciding with the peak of the Orionid meteor shower, was in fact a fragmented satellite reentering the atmosphere, NASA said.According to NASA, the “bright, long-lasting” fireball that flew over US midwestern states was not caused by a natural object, but rather by the “reentry and fragmentation of a satellite.”The Orionid meteor shower is visible in the night sky each year from October 2 to November 7, according to EarthSky. Credit: Aimee Manning via Storyful
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The FDA has approved mix-and-match boosters, allowing fully vaccinated people to get an extra dose of a different COVID-19 vaccine. Here's why.
Facebook kept its own “supreme court” in the dark about a security system that let posts by prominent politicians and celebrities break its rules.
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Pop-up forests, computer coding and a decommissioned oil rig are all among the smorgasbord of experiences unveiled today.
Details have emerged about what it’s going to cost customers to run the iPhone 13, Apple’s latest range of smartphones that the company recently revealed. Sky Mobile has been quick out of the gate with a range of deals. Should 36 months be too long of a tie-in for you, Sky does a 24-month deal on the 128GB iPhone 13 with unlimited calls and texts plus 3GB of data for £48 a month (plus £49 upfront).
Facebook said Thursday that it has struck a deal with a group of French publishers to pay for links to their news stories that are shared by people on the social network. The company says it inked the licensing agreement with the Alliance de la Presse d’Information Generale, which represents 300 French publishers, to “improve the quality of online information for Internet users and publishers on Facebook.” Facebook also said it would launch in January a French version of its Facebook News product, where the group's publishers could allow their stories to appear.
Chances are, the child will be unusually quiet for its age and that is for one simple reason: a smartphone in its little fist. The Government’s new social mobility tsar, Katharine Birbalsingh, is onto this.
Ai-Da, the humanoid robot artist, was en route to an exhibition next to the pyramids in Giza with her creator Aidan Meller when they were stopped by border agents after arriving in Cairo. Mr Meller said officials seized the robot and demanded the removal of her eyes which contain cameras which she uses to draw and paint.
South Korea’s space agency launched its first domestically built rocket, Nuri, on October 21, but the planned deployment of a dummy payload into orbit did not go according to plan.Reports citing comments made by President Moon Jae-in said that while the rocket completed its flight sequence, it failed to put the dummy satellite into orbit.This footage, posted by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) on YouTube, shows the rocket launching from the Naro Space Center in Goheung. Credit: Korea Aerospace Research Institute via Storyful
<strong>Exclusive: </strong>Funding from a Covid recovery package is set to be made available to two Dutch firms working to make cellular agriculture cheaper and more sustainable