Tuesday, 27 December 2016 08:22

US Asks Visitors for Social Media Information

The U.S. government has started asking some foreign visitors to provide their social media account information as part of the effort to identify potential terrorists.

The sleek, speedy cheetah is rapidly heading towards extinction according to a new study into declining numbers.

In the gaming world, Brianna Wu has earned a reputation battling the male-dominated online harassment campaign known as Gamergate.

Doctors shouldn't be too hasty to cut the umbilical cords of babies who've just been delivered, a physicians group says.

A fleet of self-driving Uber cars left for Arizona on Thursday after they were banned from California roads over safety concerns.

Friday, 23 December 2016 08:48

Colo, World's Oldest Gorilla, Turns 60

The oldest gorilla in the world is turning 60 and is celebrating with a party, complete with decorations, presents and a cake made of apples and tomatoes.

Small Pacific island states could be hit by more tropical cyclones during future El Nino weather patterns because of climate change, scientists said Tuesday.

The European Commission has charged Facebook Inc. with providing misleading information during its takeover of the online messaging service WhatsApp, opening the company to a possible fine of 1 percent of its turnover.

Scientists in Britain say they have overcome a key obstacle to creating the world’s first quantum computer.

Growing lettuce in the desert is not most people's idea of how to make a success of farming, but Amr Bassiouny believes he is on to something.

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