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Line of tablet computers marketed by Apple, Inc.

Researchers from the Netherlands found empathy doesn't depend on how long an individual has known the victim, ruling out the possibility empathy stems from caring about them.
A new bill from the US House of Representatives will penalize robocalling operations and require cell phone carriers to vet all in coming calls to ensure they are from real numbers.
The primitive technique for carrying loads has been used in Asia for thousands of years - and the modern world is finally latching onto it. Calgary University, Canada, researchers have published their findings.
The device will present a cheaper option compared to the forthcoming 'Project Scarlett' and represent the next evolution of Microsoft's cheaper, all-digital, console, the Xbox S.
DARPA is developing a high-tech suit to provide 100 percent survival rate for warfighters against biological attacks that will act as a barrier against 11 different chemical and biological agents.
Ford is trying to do its part to combat climate change by recycling old coffee waste from McDonald's into car parts. The automaker will be taking food waste from the fast food giant, diverting it from a landfill to its laboratory, where it will be engineered into bioplastics, Ford said. In...
Ancient Rome was built using wood cut from trees more than 1,000 miles away in the Jura mountains in eastern France, according to researchers from Italy.
At first glance, the fish you might see swimming through to waters of Lake Mweru might not look that different, but scientists have discovered extraordinary diversity with an extraordinary cause.
BP, the firm responsible for spilling almost five million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico during the Deepwater Horizon disaster, 'strongly rejects' claims that it is misleading customers with its adverts.
The US military wants to transform human soldiers into Terminator-style warriors by 2050, but experts warn of the 'legal and ethical quandaries' and worry humanity is not ready for cyborgs.
According to a report by the Korea Herald , the phone, which doesn't currently have a name, is expected to cost $850 and will be unveiled sometime in February. The phone was teased last month.
Researchers from Chicago and Michigan studied more than 70,000 small, migratory song birds that had been collected after fatal building strikes.
The fungal-based Dutch elm disease is spread by beetles and causes wilting and dead leaves killed around 25 million trees in southern Britain between 1960-1970.
Two budding scientists in Mexico have nabbed first place in a university science fair with with their innovative method of turning the peel into biodegradable straws.
Palaeoartist C. M. Kosemen believes there was more to the shapely dinosaurs, including larger layers of fat and areas of soft tissue and blames Hollywood for dinosaurs' 'monster' image.
It seems the current iPad is just too bulky for some - at 0.29 inches thick - as a further reduction to its slim-line frame is in the pipeline, a top industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggests.
Parents may want to rethink getting their children a dog, as a new study find they motivate kids to read more. Experts found having a dog in the room also improves a child's reading abilities.
Apple has released its list of the best apps and games for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, and Apple Arcade.
Despite a slow and lumbering reputation in the animal kingdom, tortoises from the Galapagos and Seychelle islands demonstrate remarkable memory after nearly 10 years.
The findings of the study - led from the Memorial Hospital, Warsaw - may improve the outcomes of surgery by providing a more objective measure of breast aesthetics,