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WORLD NEWS

Zimbabwe’s New Presidential Cabinet Enforces Military

Zimbabwe's new president Emmerson Mnangagwa has made a new cabinet stuffed with ruling party loyalists and figures linked to the military, whose takeover helped...

Samsung enables Bixby’s voice feature in the USA

Three months after the AI technology first became available on GalaxyS8 and S8 Plus phones, on this Tuesday, Samsung launched voice capabilities for it's...

Uber Board Member Resigns

One of the Uber board members has resigned after making a sexist comment in a conference about sexism. The company is going through a...

The UK’s future economic troubles just got worse

Even Though the U.K. government has largely fixed its short-run financial problems brought on by the international financial crisis, the long-run struggle of maintaining...

Uber Trade-Secret Theft Allegations Deepen

A top Uber lawyer struggled to describe to a national judge why the firm reached a $7.5 million settlement with a former employee who...

The Sound of Silence in London After Big Ben Rings Out

LONDON — A basic piece of the London scene is going to vanish for up to four years. Not a sight, but rather a...

SCIENCE

1% of Plastic Waste in Ocean Is Visible; This New Method Could Help Find...

The oceans are filled with plastic. We know this, and we all know that it's a large problem. What we do not understand is...

Bats Use Body Odor for Sniffing Best Mates

In humans, love is in the beholder’s eyes. In other mammals, such as bats, detection of love is done via the nose. In the...

Embark on a Mars tour with interactive visualization by OpenSpace

Thanks to the NASA's imagery and effort of the team behind OpenSpace data-visualization software you can now go to Mars and never leave the...

Study shows that ravens can plan into the future

Although ravens are not known as very intelligent creatures, recent study shows that these black birds have a unique ability that exceeds the abilities...

Glowing Plants Created by MIT Engineers

Imagine that instead of switching on a lamp when it gets dark, you can read by the light of a luminous plant on your...

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