A giant Pacific octopus became a national sensation in Japan after it correctly predicted that the country would win against Colombia, draw with Senegal and lose to Poland.
The Google email client is reportedly letting hundreds of developers scan inboxes and, in some cases, even read conversations.
Total Tesla manufacturing has more than doubled since 2016.
Malware dropped by Smoke Loader targets browser data—Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer—to intercept credentials, Talos said.
Amazon is giving away cars, cash and smart home setups in the lead-up.
A pet food company will stream the puppy-on-puppy soccer game at the same time as the World Cup match between England and Colombia.
Northern California, where the Humboldt martens live, has become popular for both legal and illegal marijuana cultivation.
"Sharkie," an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, suffered severe shark bites to her body and right flipper.
The agent is accused of distributing child pornography through his iPod and the Kik Messenger application.
A law firm had claimed defamation over a former client's feedback.
Judge Hilton said Violent Hues’ use of the snap was simply to the "provide festival attendees with information regarding the local area."
Asteroids are small rocky bodies that orbit the Sun.
The Gaia hypothesis proposes that life, through its interactions with the Earth’s crust, oceans, and atmosphere, produced a stabilising effect which has enabled it to survive under conditions which would have wiped it out on non-regulating planets.
A hunk of ice and rock twice the size of Earth smashed into the planet four billion years ago, researchers think.
Unfortunately for victims, reports indicate that the bug leaves no trace that personal snaps have been sent.
Such a technique could one day be used in high-risk individuals as an intervention to reduce the risk of committing violent acts.
Chunks of Earth that float down the streams look like boats.
The violent burials suggest the German site served a grislier purpose than its British counterpart.
The twelve boys and soccer team coach trapped inside the Tham Luang caves were found alive by an international team of divers Monday.
Photographer Stella Asia Consonni told Newsweek she was "outraged" by the move.
“It’s chasing me."
Navy "Seal" divers are within the final 600 yards of where officials believe the trapped Thai soccer team took refuge in the Tham Luang cave that flooded after heavy rains and prevented the 12 boys and coach from leaving the caves outside Pattaya Beach.
Wolves in the 2,672 square mile Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in Belarus and Ukraine have adapted surprisingly well to their new human-less existence.
It is currently unclear which species of spider created the webs.
The image confirms baby planets slice through their host star's dusty disks, leaving holes and rings in their wake.
These early organisms had a huge impact on their environment.
The park's owner believes the brutal attack was an inside job.
The goal, which comes in the final days of Tesla’s second financial quarter, was to produce 5,000 Model 3 vehicles in a week.
Coagulated volcanic spatter has created a 200 feet cone that should last for thousands of years.
Scientists are scrabbling to find the valuable rocks before they are degraded by sea water.