In a choose-your-own-adventure style series set to be rolled out next month, users will be able to match with other dating hopefuls by clicking their way through an interactive narrative.
Lime, the environmental conscious transportation startup, will end its Seattle car-sharing service in December after failing to find a respectable business partner to deploy a fleet of electric c...
Is your love meant to be or is it nothing more than a friendship -this AI knows for sure. System analyzes text conversation determine compatibility and delivers a 'crush' score.
Apple aims to put an end to lost items with a new tracking tag system. Leaked images show a round device that works with the firm's 'Find My' app to help you locate your keys, a bike and more.
Scientists discovered that meltwater is causing some glaciers to move at speeds 100 percent faster than average -- up to 400 meters per year -- for a period of several days multiple times per yea...
This $250 wearable chair is designed to let you rest no matter where you may be - but it is causing quite the stir on the web. Called 'Lex' this device aims to improve posture and comfort.
Google has started small trials of its incognito mode in the Maps app which it intends to make available to everyone. The company, based in California, said it wants to do more to protect privacy...
Some New Yorker's didn't just get their hands on a new iPhone 11 today, they also got a glimpse of Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, who made a surprise visit at the re-opening of the Apple Fifth Avenue sto...
Researchers from Kagoshima University in Japan found signs not all planets are formed the same way, which is conventionally when dust and gas orbit a star.
Popping Champagne corks creates the same shock waves seen when fighter jets go supersonic, reveals a new study that used high-speed photography and several champagne bottles.
Divers off the coast of Cape Elizabeth in Maine have confirmed that a wreckage spotted on sonar is the remains of the patrol boat USS Eagle PE-56, which was sunk by the Nazis in 1945.
Greenhouse gases have long been condemned by scientists for fuelling global warming, but now a United Nations branch has also called for a reduction in all toxic fumes.
Internal emails have revealed the US space agency was caught by surprise by the asteroid named '2019 OK' which passed Earth on July 25.
One of the top qualities that we look for in a long-term partner is kindness, according to new research by Swansea University conducted on over 2,700 college students from across the globe.
Essential resources such as energy, water and oxygen are believed to be in abundant supplies on Mars, but a lack of a viable food source has long been seen as an insurmountable hurdle.
While antibiotics are taken for granted in the modern world, a lack of sophisticated medicine 40,000 years ago is believed to have seen the archaic species suffer and then perish.
A team of 70 archaeologists spent a year excavating the 19th-century Park Street site in Birmingham where a station on the high-speed route is set to be built.
Archaeologists working on the Spanish holiday island of Majorca have stumbled across a 3,200-year-old sword, one of only few weapons from the Bronze Age found on the sunny holiday island.
The bug was revealed by Canary Islands-based private cybersecurity expert Jose Rodriguez who alerted the technology giant that he had found a 'password bypass' in July.
Satellite images have revealed how fallen water levels in a reservoir in the Extremadura province of Spain have exposed the site of an ancient stone monument dating back 5,000 years.
Researchers from the University of Edinburgh found the number of children getting high pass grades in their exams dropped by two per cent despite motivational techniques.
An investigation highlights how improperly secured WiFi networks offered at the company's brand of flexible office properties have put sensitive data of customers and businesses at risk.
Your snacks and aspirin will soon fall from the sky. Walgreens and Alphabet's drone delivery service Wing will begin testing the air travel of goods from the store to the door next month in Virgi...
Climate change is not just a threat to the planet, but to our health as well. A study found climate-sensitive events from 2012 killed nearly 900 Americans and cost $10 billion in healthcare costs...
Existing Google One subscribers in the UK can claim a free Home Mini Just add the device to your cart in Google Play and a promotional code takes care of the cost -offer ends October 3.
More than 9 million Americans are set to receive broadband access over the next few years, thanks to a new partnership between Microsoft and Nextlink Internet.
Neuroscientists led from the SRI International Center for Neuroscience in California studied cells, in mice, that made a hormone (MCH) known to be involved in the control of both sleep and appet...
The evidence for the declines emerged from both 50 years of ground-based observations, along with the detection of migrations over 10 years by radar stations across North America.
Activision and Nintendo are both weeks away from launching app versions of their games which have racked up combined estimated sales of 350million copies on console.
To find out what childbirth might have been like for our ancient relatives, anthropologists led from Boston University created a 3D model of a female Australopithecus sediba's pelvis.
Grisly 15th century grave in the Scottish Highlands (right) containing two skeletons but six skulls is finally revealing its secrets as archaeologists have reconstructed the face of one of the sk...
Plastic food packaging such as food wraps and coffee cup lids that many of us use daily contains a complex mix of chemicals and scientist have now found that most of those chemicals are toxic.
Gibraltar National Museum Conservator, Manuel Jaen, led the project to recreate her face, with her re imagined as a beautiful woman of potential Turkish descent.
Researchers have made first reconstruction of the skeletal anatomy of Denisovans and showed for the first time our ancient relatives looked a bit like us, but had wider skulls.
Arsenal star Héctor Bellerín teamed up with Sports Interactive this week to announce that the 2020 edition of the club simulation game will be scrapping its historic plastic case.
Users have been left reeling after the software, developed by Princeton University, plastered offensive terms on their selfies.
Birdwatchers are revelling at the chance of glimpsing the famously timid bittern as the species makes a comeback to the UK's wetlands.
In the same way in which cutting a knife will sharpen the blade, the teeth of pink sea urchins are purposefully designed to slightly erode and give it a more jagged point, said Illinois-based bio...
University of Michigan researchers modelled the climate and cloud cover of the world during the Eocene 50 million years ago and say the planet could return to a similar state this century.
Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology created a system called RiskCardio to assess the risk of a heart-related death in patients with acute coronary syndrome.
The findings from a team at the Northeastern University in Boston and Imperial College London came as fears of creeping privacy intrusion is grabbing headlines across the globe.
Dowling will reportedly stay at Apple until the end of October and will not immediately move into another role, instead opting to take time off after his tenure comes to a close.
Kenneth Bowersox, acting associate administrator for human exploration, said that while NASA is doing its best to meet a White House-imposed deadline of 2024, he wouldn't bet anything on it.
Facebook has launched its family of Portal devices, allowing users to chat with anyone in the world. However, some users are questing its real motive, as the firm has come under fire for privacy ...
An explosion of a 93-mile-wide asteroid somewhere between Mars and Jupiter created huge amounts of dust that rained down on Earth over a period of millions of years, filtering out sunlight.
A nearly 20-year study, by scientists from working on The Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino (KATRIN) experiment in Germany say they have successfully cut previous estimates of the neutrinos mass in half...
Worst hit areas of Britain will be the west of England and South Wales - with those living along the coasts of the Bristol Channel, Devon and Cornwall particularly at risk, scientists said.
The discovery of a toothed seabird fossil north of Christchurch is forcing scientists to rethink theories of the bird's evolution.
McDonald's in the UK is trying to cut out plastic waste by giving children the option to swap out their happy meal toy - often made from the material - for a fruit bag.
The findings were based on an analysis of the genomes of families from Sydney, Australia, in which one child had a severe auto-immune or inflammatory condition.
San Diego, California is using 4,000 Smart StreetLights to improve the city, but some residents are demanding the removal of the technology due to civil rights concerns.
In 2002, Tuscon-based planetary scientist Julie Rathbun and colleagues revealed that Loki was erupting around every 540 days in the 1990s, a timetable that appears now to have accelerated.
Several carnivorous Great Sundew, known for its ruby red tentacles dripping with thick slime, have already been planted on Risley Moss, Warrington.
Study lead author Professor Amy Rauer, of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, explained that arguing really could be the key to a happy marriage.
We've rounded up the best of the new deals with help from Broadband Choices and uSwitch, and reveal where to find the best value for each of the new phones.
The trays were developed by the London-based agency PriestmanGoode. Edible parts include wheat bran base dishes, seaweed milk and sauce pods and a dessert lid made of ice cream wafer.
Google has announced the date for its highly anticipated hardware event, where it will reveal intricate details of its Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL - which are set to take on Apple's latest iPhone 11.
Apple customers who have downloaded the new iOS 13 software update have been met with a request from the Silicon Valley-based social media titan asking them to enable Bluetooth.
Roman 'pendants' excavated in Shropshire have been revealed to be ancient cosmetic sets used for eye make-up, English Heritage has said.
Uber has released its highly anticipated safety feature RideCheck in the US. The update uses GPS, AI and other technology to determine if a vehicle has been in an accident.
Italian researchers studied three breeds and compared their behaviour and how much they relied on humans and asked for help via the irresistible puppy-dog eyes.
It seems Elon Musk cannot wait to share SpaceX's orbital Starship prototype with the world, as the Tesla tycoon shared two images of the construction progress to his Twitter page.
Sources familiar with the project told CNBC that the device is code-named Orion and is not only being designed as an AR headset, but as a replacement for one's smart phone.
Deep-sea scientists captured stunning footage of an shape-shifting, alien-like jellyfish in the Pacific ocean. Called "Deepstaria", it lacks tentacles, but uses a "bag" to capture prey.
HD songs will be similar to a CD-quality audio, while a separate class of of songs that the company is calling 'Ultra HD' offer a greater bit-depth and sample rate that translate to more higher f...
New leaks claim to be the "final design mock-up" of the iPad Pro, which appears to boast the same triple camera system as the iPhone 11 Pro -giving users advanced video making capabilities.
Hanging atop the 49-story Marriott Marquis in Time Square is an advertisement that gives the first official glimpse of Google's new a coral-colored next-generation Pixel 4 smartphone.
The shots were captured in the polar regions of Mars by the Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System (or CaSSIS) camera on the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter.
The four-minute video was created by engineering and international affairs expert Alex Glaser of Princeton University and colleagues.
Ed Green, a paleogeneticist at the University of California, Santa Cruz, is an expert in finding DNA where others can not and his skills are now being used by law enforcement.
It is something many have feared - the earth is warming faster than first thought. New models show that by 2100, average temperatures could rise 6.5 to 7.0 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial le...
US researchers found humans have longer, thinner, and more flexible-walled hearts than chimps due to recent evolution.
NASA has just revealed a target date for our trip back to the moon.The space agency noted "the last half of 2024" as the big date, which will allow them to to accomplish projects for a successful...
The study led by a Yale University team working with researchers from Brazil investigated the impact of transgenic Aedes aegypti mosquitoes developed by British biotech firm, Oxitec.
The 4th century AD treasure was found 12 inches (30cm) below the surface of a field near Wanstrow, Somerset.
Exposure to the platform's underbelly has caused moderators to become 'addicted' to graphic content, leading some to accumulate objectionable media for their own personal archives.
Scientists have collected postcode-level data on dangerous levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution in London and their research is online. NO2 has been linked to disease and early death.
An ancient skeleton of a 20-year-old man found in Milan reveals the horrific toll that the dreaded 'wheel of torture' took on the human body.
Apple's new iOS 13 software update will expose apps, such as Facebook, that attempt to access your Bluetooth technology in order to harvest personal data from smartphones.
The image of Io's silhouette on the giant planet's surface was posted onto twitter by NASA's Kevin Gill. The image reveals what a solar eclipse on Jupiter might look like.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that Amazon tweaked its product-search system algorithms in order to favor its own "private label" - instead of best-sellers or what is most relevant for cons...
Food engineer Laxmikant Badwaik of the Tezpur University in Assam, India, and colleagues collected matured pumpkin seeds and peels from a local market to experiment with making packaging film.
The NHS pilot is taking place at The Marston Court care home in Oxford. The team behind it spoke to the individual patients' care team to create 360° footage from their past.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee are urging the government to conduct a review of reusable and refillable packaging systems.
Mercedes-Benz is paying homage to its 1902 hot rod with a modern-day twist. Called Vision Simplex, this electric car sports a rose gold frame and a 3D display board that flashes messages and anim...
Researchers from the Zoological Society of London and the Natural History Museum used DNA from 17 museum specimens and wild salamanders, revealing three genetic lineages.
According to multiple reports, users who have opted into the iOS public beta are currently able to start playing games on Apple Arcade a full three days ahead of its official release date.
Searching may just get easier with Google's "Smart Screenshot" feature set to be released in its 10.61 app. The filter uses Lens to find similar items on the web just by scanning the screenshot.
Among the major benefits are WiFi 6's ability to maintain high speeds even when multiple devices are drawing on the network, an increasingly important feature in many of today's multi-gadget hous...
Though the bug, originally reported on August 29, has since been patched, a flaw in Lastpass is notable given how many users -- including 58,000 businesses -- rely on the service.
A study has found that we are more likely to blame a school shooting on video games if the perpetrator is white. This is because we see them as not fitting the racial stereotype of a violent pers...
The Gemini Observatory in Hawaii released the snapshot which was grabbed using the Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph located on Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano and the highest point in the state.
An object spotted at the end of August by amateur astronomer, Gennady Borisov in Crimea, is likely the second known interstellar object to make a pit stop in our corner of the galaxy.
Ex-Google employee has warned against a new generation of robots that could carry out "atrocities and unlawful killings" and stated all autonomous AIs should be banned under chemical weapon treat...
It is known as a neutron star, the compressed remnants of a once supermassive star which exploded in a supernova. and was discovered by the Green Bank Telescope (GBT) in West Virginia.
Professor Sir David King said that being scared is an appropriate reaction and we should be doing more to combat climate change.
The legendary vessel used on the first voyage to Australia 250 years ago has been the focal point of a decades-long mission by scientists to recover it.
Literature scholar Miranda Phaal of Tufts University, in Massachusetts, discovered the hidden pattern in the epic poem's ninth book.
Researchers at the University of Dundee assessed how hunger alters people's decision-making and found it causes different results compared to when people are well-fed.
The small business was found during an ongoing excavation at Ipplepen by researchers from the University of Exeter.
New evidence has surfaced suggesting that the British Isles had developed maritime trade routes with the rest of the world as early as the Bronze Age.
Researchers unearthed the partial Game of Thrones-like skeleton in Dinosaur Provincial Park in southern Alberta, Canada. They realised its muscular shape made it unique.
Researchers from The University College London say a phenomenon known as 'social camouflaging' helps people with autism avoid detection and that women were more likely to exhibit the tactic than ...
An analysis of gravitational waves from the first black hole merger ever detected has recorded tones which the researchers described as 'ringing' predicted by Einstein's theory of general relativ...
Asteroid 2010 C01 will pass by just before midnight on Friday followed by 2000 QW7 on Saturday evening. NASA says they'll pass by safely at about 3.5 million miles away.
Penny Spikins, an archaeologist at the University of York told the British Science Festival that of 50 skeletons of Neanderthals unearthed worldwide, around a third had some kind of disability.
The flaw, which Jose Rodriguez reported to Apple in July after examining public betas of iOS 13, is similar to one found by the researcher in the operating system's predecessor, iOS 12.1.
Researchers at The University of Texas studied the animals and found their protective armour covers them from head to tail, making them more robust in battle against other dragons.
In the request, SpaceX, an Elon Musk-owned aerospace company, is requesting permission to fly Starship more than 12 miles into orbit and then landing the craft back down in the same spot.
Professor Mark Williams, from the University of Warwick's Centre for imaging, Metrology, and Additive Technology is working with West Midlands Police.
To put the story to the test, Kent State University anthropologists froze human faeces in knife-like shapes at temperatures of -20°C (-4°F) in a laboratory freezer.
Researchers at the University of Massachusetts have developed a garment containing unobtrusive, portable devices for monitoring heart rate and respiratory rhythm.
Researchers near Zurich have built the DFAB House, which they say is the first liveable home to have been created using only robot-made materials and constructed mostly by machines.
A US intelligence assessment said the missile will be ready for action within six years despite failed tests, one of which killed at least five people last month.
Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology covered a £1.6million diamond (pictured before and after) with the substance in a bid to prove its blackness.
Among Apple's new devices are a base model, dubbed the iPhone 11, which will sell for $699 and a premium version, called the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max that will start at $999 and $1099 respective...
Turf is increasing in popularity with Britons who are too busy to cut their grass, according to the Royal Horticultural Society. But wildlife charities have warned it is harming animals and bugs.
Neuroscientists from the University of Pennsylvania measured the working memories of 118 adolescents as they grew up and compared this with their driving histories.
Marketing researchers from the the Cass Business School in London and Finland's Aalto University surveyed 22 Londoners who spend between 60-180 minutes commuting daily.
The shot (pictured) from the Hubble Telescope shows that last year's powerful storm has vanished from the north polar region, space agencies in the US and Europe said.
Researchers from the Bradford University have for the first time demonstrated a link between the diets of Roman Britons and their likelihood of dying young.
Researchers led by a team based at the National University of Singapore found participants who drank tea at least four times a week for around 25 years had more connected brains.
One of the unmanned surface vehicles (USV) was unveiled at the Defence and Security Equipment International conference in London (pictured, in action on the River Thames).
A new survey set out to learn how different colors are perceived around the world, resulting in responses from roughly 2,200 people from over 50 countries.
Researchers from Berlin found that rats were capable of not only learning how to play social games -- in this case hide-and-seek -- but that doing so was a reward in and of itself.
Participants will enter their answers -- 300 characters or less -- on a dedicated website where they will then compete with other participants to earn points and badges for 'good' responses.'
An international team using the South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (SARAO) MeerKAT telescope says it's detected a pair of huge bubbles, appearing like a massive hourglass.
The device - a sort-of stretchable optical lace - was developed by roboticists Patricia Xu and Rob Shepherd of Cornell University and colleagues.
Researchers at the University of Arkansas believe the animal developed the strangely-shaped skull to withstanding the forces of biting wood.
Archaeologist Ran Barkai of the Tel Aviv University and colleagues analysed 283 flints unearthed at the archaeological site of Revadim, in southern Israel.
Professor Raman and his colleagues tested the low-cost thermoelectric generator on a rooftop in Stanford, California, under a clear December sky.
Concentrations of mercury found in 82 wild dolphins in the English Channel are among the biggest recorded. Skin biopsies were taken during boat surveys.
Researchers from Columbia University found the hormone osteocalcin plays a vita role in the survival instinct and that animals which couldn't produce it weren't bothered by threats.
The predator's skull was found in a Bavarian town in the 1770s but researchers have now discovered it was a Mystriosaurus laurillardi (pictured artist's reconstruction).
The sex of the pair (pictured), known as the Lovers of Modena, could not be determined when they were unearthed in Italy in 2009 because they were so badly preserved.
Using high-resolution radars, the satellites (pictured) will use radio transmissions to identify targets on the ground and provide aerial images.
The wreck was spotted in the West Shetland Shelf Marine Protected Area near Orkney during a seafloor survey by the Joint Nature Conservation Committee and Marine Scotland Science.
Archaeologists at the University of Reading have uncovered remains of a wall at a dig in the Home Counties which is made of not-seen-before materials and bordered by a water channel.
Scientists from University College London have discovered water vapour on the exoplanet K2-18b, which is twice the size of Earth and eight times the mass, and say it's the right temperature for l...
Using stem cells and a newly created device, the researchers say they're able to create relatively large numbers of the structures which mimic the early stages of human development.
During the presentation at the Steve Jobs Theater, Apple revealed the iPhone 11 will for the first time bring slow-motion video capability to the front-facing camera. It also coined a new term: '...
The device is wall-mounted and contains a cutout on the side rim of the speaker which is suspected to be a space for a headphone jack -- a feature reportedly being mulled per prior reports.
Researchers led by Utrecht University in Belgium used samples of rocks found in Europe and advanced computer software to map how continents could have looked 240m years ago.
To help rectify conflicting privacy settings between Facebook's own app and settings selected on one's device, Facebook said it will now always choose the 'most restrictive option.'
Researchers at Imperial College London created the system, which weighs just 160 grams and can 'jump' multiple times after refilling its water tank.
Biologists led from the University of Illinois set out to find if honey bees store good and bad memories separately, or using the same neural circuitry for both.
Instead of 3D touch, the company has opted to go with the newer Haptic Touch feature first unveiled in 2018 for all of its new devices, spelling out an unofficial end to the technology.
Apple has unveiled the iPhone Pro and Pro Max, which it says is its most powerful series yet. It also showed off the more affordable iPhone 11 for $699 in six colors, and a new Apple Watch.
Together, scientists and pest-control companies believe more than three million homes have been affected this year alone, with people living in London and the South-East most affected.
A team from MIT designed the paint, which has been dubbed 'PhotoChromeleon' and will allow people to customise the colour of their shoes, phones and cars.