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How Indigenous Groups Are Leading the Way on Data Privacy

1 week ago from Scientific American

Indigenous groups are developing data storage technology that gives users privacy and control. Could their work influence those fighting back against invasive apps?

25 times Copernicus made the headlines

1 week ago from European Space Agency

Twenty-five years ago, Copernicus set out to transform the way we see our planet. Now, well established as the largest environmental monitoring programme in the world, it returns a whopping...

'The Expanse' actor Cara Gee talks playing Drummer again in the upcoming The Expanse: A Telltale Series (Exclusive)

1 week ago from

Cara Gee took some time out of her busy belting schedule to talk to us about working on upcoming The Expanse: A Telltale Series.

Bangladesh shuts schools, cuts power in longest heatwave in decades

1 week ago from Physorg

Bangladesh has shut thousands of schools as it struggles through its lengthiest heatwave in half a century, with widespread power cuts only compounding locals' misery.

Heathrow Airport workers plan strikes on nearly every summer weekend

1 week ago from UPI

Passengers using London's Heathrow Airport are facing a summer of travel chaos after 2,000 unionized security staff voted to expand strike action in an ongoing dispute over pay.

Antony Blinken, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman discuss cooperation on security in Jeddah

1 week ago from UPI

Secretary of State Anthony Blinken met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Tuesday in Jeddah where the leaders agreed to work together in a renewed effort to fight terrorism...

Elevate your gameplay and pay only $49.99 for this wireless ergonomic gaming mouse

1 week ago from PopSci

Stack CommerceWe may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Learn more › The MOJO M2 Performance Wireless Gaming Mouse will keep your wrist comfortable with...

OECD: Global economy on mend but recovery will be weak

1 week ago from UPI

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development on Wednesday forecast that while the global economy has bottomed out, its recovery will likely be weak.

MSI Modern 15 laptop review: A capable budget laptop with a lot of compromises

1 week ago from Live Science

Is this affordable 15.6-in notebook an ideal option for budget creativity and student life?

U.S., South Korea seek to deepen ties as alliance marks 70 years

1 week ago from UPI

As the United States and South Korea celebrate their alliance's 70th anniversary this year, they approach a pivotal juncture in their relationship.

Cyber gang threatens to release data stolen from BBC, British Airways, Walgreens

1 week ago from UPI

Russian hackers who stole the payroll data of more than 100,000 employees of major British, American and Canadian companies and organizations threatened Wednesday to dump the data onto the internet.

Famous birthdays for June 7: Bill Hader, Michael Cera

1 week ago from UPI

Actor Bill Hader turns 45 and actor Michael Cera turns 35, among the famous birthdays for June 7.

British PM Rishi Sunak to call for deeper ties with U.S. during Washington visit

1 week ago from UPI

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will call for the deepening and strengthening of economic and defense ties with the United States during his trip this week to Washington, the British...

Teen arrested, accused of using website in attempt to put hit on 7-year-old

1 week ago from UPI

A 17-year-old girl has been arrested for attempting to hire a hitman to kill a 7-year-old in Storm Lake, Iowa.

Member of Oath Keepers pleads guilty in storming Capitol

1 week ago from UPI

James Breheny, a 61-year-old from Little Ferry, N.J., pleaded guilty Tuesday to obstruction of an official proceeding.

2024 Election: Here's who's running for president

1 week ago from UPI

The 2024 U.S. presidential race is ramping up, with Republican candidates launching campaigns for the party's nomination to take on Democrat President Joe Biden. Here's a rundown of candidates who...

Sponge makes robotic device a soft touch

1 week ago from Newswise - Scinews

A simple sponge has improved how robots grasp, scientists from the University of Bristol have found.   

The best Brother sewing machines in 2023

1 week ago from PopSci

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'Let's stand firm': Supervisors move to boost LGBTQ+ rights, gender-affirming healthcare

1 week ago from LA Times - Health

The county has six months to form a new 15-member commission, which will be composed exclusively of people who identify as LGBTQ+, according to a motion.

Subpoena suggested for Harlan Crow over gifts to Justice Clarence Thomas

1 week ago from UPI

The Senate Finance Committee is considering a subpoena for Republican mega-donor Harlan Crow over his relationship with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Using social media cherry blossom images and AI to track climate patterns

1 week ago from Physorg

New research by Monash University experts has tracked Japanese hanami (flower viewing) via social media images, producing an unprecedented map of cherry blossoms across Japan to document their annual bloom...

New Advanced HPC System to Accelerate Research Across Many Disciplines

1 week ago from Newswise - Scinews

Stony Brook University will soon deploy a new High-Performance Computing (HPC) system built using new technologies launched this year by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Intel. Stony Brook is the...

Researchers develop online hate speech 'shockwave' formula

1 week ago from Physorg

A George Washington University research team has created a novel formula that demonstrates how, why, and when hate speech spreads throughout social media. The researchers put forth a first-principles dynamical...

The best electric toothbrushes of 2023

1 week ago from PopSci

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Duck yeah, Apple’s next autocorrect update makes it easier to swear

1 week ago from PopSci

iPhones' autocorrect will soon understand when you really meant to type 'that' word. Deposit Photos There were a lot of announcements crammed within Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote address on Monday, but...

Ritu Kalra named Harvard’s vice president for finance and CFO

1 week ago from Harvard Science

Ritu Kalra, a seasoned leader in financial management and investment banking, has been named the University’s vice president for finance and chief financial officer. Kalra currently serves as Harvard’s assistant vice president of...

Judge orders names released of Rep. George Santos bail backers

1 week ago from UPI

A New York judge on Tuesday ordered the names to be released of whoever is responsible for posting the half-million-dollar bail for Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y.

Canada wildfires lead to air-quality alerts in US, here's how to stay safe

1 week ago from Physorg

Canada is dealing with a series of intense wildfires that have spread from the western provinces to Quebec, with hundreds of forest fires burning. The smoke has traveled into the...