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Good news: 'Functionally extinct', China's freshwater dolphin 'Baiji' may have been spotted again!

Song told the Guardian that the unconfirmed sighting occurred during a seven-day search mission down the Yangtze that began in the city of Anqing on September 30.
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AT&T's track record on mergers and acquisitions isn't exactly stellar. Now it's buying Time Warner (itself the target of arguably history's worst merger), to solve its problems of maturing markets and
Scientist turned author Stacy Trasancos never stopped being a lab nerd, even after she got religion.
Kenmore, Whirlpool, or Maytag? These washers are all great.        
‘The Robot Revolution’ has taken on a new meaning. Let’s embrace it with open arms.
How the David's of the business world are challenging the corporate Goliaths
Every fourth Sunday of October is observed as National Mother-In-Law Day and this year it falls on Oct. 23. The day is to appreciate and celebrate the woman who gave birth to your better half. Nation
Samsung South Africa says it fully supports the global recall of the Galaxy Note7 smartphones and is busy trying to track down all affected devices in the country.
It’s almost time! In just a few short hours Season 7 of “The Walking Dead” returns to AMC with brand new episodes and more craziness for Rick Grimes and his group.
Following the United Kingdom’s decision to exit the European Union, there has been an immense amount of speculation over how the economy — on both sides — will handle this change. According to the Br
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The tie-up of AT&T Inc and Time Warner Inc, bringing together one of the country's largest wireless and pay TV providers and cable networks like HBO, CNN and TBS, could
Niya Kenny had never heard of the school-to-prison pipeline until it came to her classroom. Kenny was sitting in math class last October at her high school in Columbia, South Carolina, when a st
Our daily pick of the best free Windows software – a free ebook manager to keep your reading material in order, no matter what format.
Should customers be wary of a deal that will make the country's second-largest wireless provider a major content producer? Almost certainly.
The Russian embassy in Washington claimed that U.S. officials warned them that their presence at polling stations during the Nov. 8 presidential elections could be counted as a criminal act. This fo
K-pop band BIGBANG’s hit-maker G-Dragon has been featured on the list of artists who are likely to receive the South Korean Prime Minister’s Commendation at the 2016 Popular Culture and Arts Awards,
Two of Microsoft's flagship Play Anywhere games are experiencing technical difficulties on PC.
What do organisations need to change in order to be compliant with the new data protection regulations?
Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?
Feeding the world of tomorrow is technologically feasible with existing tools (and some creative thinking). It'll just take some work. The post With 9B Mouths to Feed by 2050, We Have to Get Busy Now
Unlike other meal-in-a-pouch products, Ambronite is made from real food instead of processed supplements The post Review: Ambronite appeared first on WIRED.
The technological survey of 1,000 adults from 12 countries suggests that old people are less likely to fall for tech support scams.
A 45-year-old male elephant which was stranded in a dam for more than 50 days was finally rescued by authorities on Friday.
The first Apple iPod was unveiled by the company’s legendary founder Steve Jobs on Oct. 23, 2001. To recognize the importance of the iPod’s groundbreaking technology and the man behind its su
But itsbig bet on becoming a global media powerhouse will be expensive and challenging.
The use of Head-Mounted Displays in the workplace is growing, with smart glasses that show digital overlays offering many benefits.
Iraqi parliament voted Friday to ban the sale, import and manufacturing of alcohol saying that the move justifies the country’s constitution, which prohibits any law that goes against Islam. The deve
The mole can be a confusing concept if you're starting to learn chemistry. Get a primer here.
In this new technological dawn, what are the rules that CTOs – and their teams – need to live by?
Even though Americans in all 50 states will be voting for the same presidential candidates, they'll be making their choices in a variety of ways — an
As many as 10,000 lower primary and upper primary government schools in Kerala will start getting 2Mbps Wi-Fi broadband internet powered by BSNL from November 1 -- the state's Foundation Day, official
The South Korean firm is apparently abandoning the idea of replaceable modules for its 2017 flagship.
The Chicago Cubs made history by defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday night to clinch the National League Championship, paving their way into the World Series for the first time since 1945. The
The once "Lovable Losers" are now the lovable National League champions. The Chicago Cubs received a masterful performance from starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks, while the bats roughed up Los Angeles
These abnormal behaviours are linked to the effect of carbon dioxide (CO2) on how the brain processes signals from sensory organs, according to the study published in the journal Global Change Biolog

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Small-town struggles fuel competitive DNA of Josh Norman and Bashaud Breeland

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Donald Trump is killing Ivanka’s business as women boycott her brand — and the stores that carry it

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Somalia's Shabaab seize third town this month after peacekeepers withdraw

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Cybersecurity threats getting less easy to ignore

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* Saudi cements gains as investors confidence remains uplifted
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Herschel Elkins, California attorney who helped write Lemon Law, dies at 87

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Feedback: 'Birth of a Nation' brings truth and art to life

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WWE star Randy Orton pins down a buyer for his Missouri home

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Letters on travelers' visa woes evince sympathy, scorn

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Should A Stroke Disqualify A Candidate?

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Iran to sign six more oil deals with int'l companies: Oil official

Tehran, Oct 23, IRNA – An official at the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) has announced that ten oil contracts have already been signed with the international companies, and six more will be inke
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