Tech & Science
Images captured from a helicopter show seaside homes engulfed in flames as clouds of white steam and hydrochloric acid fumes billow from the water.
Researchers reviewed a number of studies into turn-taking behavior in the animal kingdom.
Scientists fear they may never identify its species now that the dinosaur is in private hands.
Elon Musk even suggested it might not have a steering wheel.
Indiegogo: "This has been a challenging situation for all involved, and one we thought would be resolved with the backers receiving their game consoles."
Results could one day lead to novel treatments or therapies for reducing domestic violence, the lead author said.
Around the world, one million plastic drinking bottles are purchased every minute. Up to five trillion disposable plastic bags are used every year.
The baby might have survived if the doctors had performed a C-section.
“If you change the earth’s climate enough, you might not be able to change it back," an author of the study warns.
Android users have enjoyed grouped notifications for a while now.
The rover has clocked more than 2,000 days on the Martian surface.
The new project is being constructed in southern France and is designed to emulate life outside hospital walls.
The Apple CEO responded to fears that taxes imposed on China could have a knock-on effect on U.S. tech companies.
Scientists believe the moon is now moving about 1.5 inches away from our planet every year.
Yellowstone’s last major eruption took place around 640,000 years ago, producing a blast that ejected more than 2,000 times the amount of ash spewed out by Mount St. Helens in 1980.
“The best thing is just letting people look at them.”
The "second brain" may actually have been the "first brain."
Dark mode on macOS Mojave looks pretty damn good.
Dramatic footage shows a woman emerging from the ashes of Guatemala’s Volcán de Fuego and saying that while she managed to escape, her entire family was likely wiped out by a rogue lava flow.
What on earth is Memoji? After the iOS 12 release date, you'll be able to group FaceTime with an animated version of yourself.
iOS 12 beta 1 debuted on Monday, June 4 at Apple's Worldwide Developer’s Conference 2018. Find out how to download, install and test the new beta now.
A lahar, which is essentially a mudflow filled with rock particles, can reach speeds as high as 120 miles per hour.
Life with one claw is better than no life at all. Watch the video of a crayfish trying to escape its fate.
Africa’s total population is expected to double from 1.2 billion inhabitants in 2017 to 2.5 billion in 2050, with most of this increase occurring in Western, Central, and Eastern Africa.
A popular game that lets children create and explore virtual worlds has levels depicting strip clubs and school shootings.
“It’s so flat and white and boring in every direction but underneath you is a mountain range as big as the Pyrenees.”
"This was a very special individual," researchers say.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook faced new questions over its data-sharing ties to major technology firms.
This could have "huge" implications for physics, according to scientists.
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