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Following an emergency decision to move to Amazon Web Services, Iceland’s Wow Air has wholeheartedly bought into the cloud
Researchers from Oxford University Centre for Neuroethics say love can trigger reward signals in the brain and can cause euphoria – but, it can also lead to cravings, and obsessive behaviour.
A book has revealed that out of more than 120,000 UFO reports from 2001 to 2015, 16,000 of them came from California - and the authors said the warm weather could have something to do with it.
In a new study, researchers from UChicago argue that the close proximity of the Trappist-1 planets in relation to each other could allow life forms to be transferred between.
A study by Ipsos for the ING bank website eZonomics found one in three people in Europe, the US and Australia were happy to rely on electronic payments alone.
Researchers from the Max Planck Institute in Germany found Neanderthal DNA between layers of rock in four caves in Europe and Denisovan DNA in another in Russia.
It may look like a creature not of this world, but the Hercules beetle pupa in a video shared by a Japanese insect enthusiast is growing its exoskeleton inside of an 'alien-like' cocoon.
The propaganda film shows the White House in Pyongyang's crosshairs before an animation shows a missile descending on Washington DC.
It could be the end for smartphone hackers. John McAfee unveiled plans to develop what he calls ‘the world’s first truly private handset’ that is said to be ‘hack-proof’ - but it could cos
One of the genes discovered by researchers at the University of Texas came from an extinct human subspecies called the Denisovans that lived 50,000 years ago.
Researchers from New York University and Utrecht University looked at the brains of 12 high school students during their biology class.
Security experts find several flaws that challenge Nomx's claims it gives users 'absolute security'.
The European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has issued a new ruling that puts pirated streams on the same legal footing as illegal downloads, ending the debate over 'fully loaded' boxes.
An instagram user believed to be a SpaceX employee has tweeted a picture of what appears to be the firm's first tunneling machine, which was later removed from his account.
Researchers from the Institute of Nature Conservation in Krakow, Poland found brown bears use glands in their paws to secrete chemicals that act as potent symbols to others.
Almost all universities in England will be able to increase fees each year up to 2020, as legislation is pushed through Parliament.
It may look like a creature not of this world, but the Hercules beetle pupa in a video shared by a Japanese insect enthusiast is growing its exoskeleton inside of an 'alien-like' cocoon.
A physicist at the University of British Columbia created a model that reveals, mathematically, time travel is possible – but we don't have the right materials to build a machine.
Researchers from New York University and Utrecht University looked at the brains of 12 high school students during their biology class.
A new patent from the Cupertino tech firm published today seeks to extend the range of wireless charging by using electromagnetic frequencies reserved for data transmission.
A Reddit user claiming to work for robot making company Kuka posted the images of 467 robots being delivered to the car-making firm, which will form the basis of the Model 3 production line.
Swiss researchers have identified a new antibiotic resistant gene in dairy cows that could exacerbate the problem. If transferred to humans, it could turn into deadly superbug MRSA.
Researchers from Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany have suggested that our perception of the world may be shaped by predictions made by our brains.
New research from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, found that the ancient human relative would have needed help during birth due to the shape of their pelvises.
The UK Government has lost a court bid to delay publication of its air pollution strategy, and must publish before the June election.
Samsung was forced to recall three million Galaxy Note 7 devices (pictured) last year. A spokesperson for the South Korean firm has said to expect a 'new flagship smartphone' before the end of the y
The bug was exploited for months before it was fixed, according to security researchers.
Manchester and Liverpool are second and third, but London is fourth form the bottom and Cardiff last.
Professor Sergio Canavero, Director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group in Italy, said that he will be able to reawaken the first frozen head in three years.
Welsh police plan to use facial recognition on fans at the Champions League final.
The bizarre sculptures of naked women exposing their vulva, found in medieval tower-houses, church sites and holy wells across Ireland and parts of the UK, have puzzled historians for decades.
A Walsall nursery has undergone a dramatic turnaround after going from being rated ‘inadequate’ to ‘outstanding’ in just six months.
Researchers from the University of California, San Diego have created a brick-making technique they hope will be used by the first people on Mars.
A primary school lost a quarter of its pupils and suffered high staff turnover while it was shut for more than a year due to toxic gas, it has been revealed.
Facebook says it has fixed a glitch which locked people out of their accounts for 72 hours, but users worldwide are still coming forward to report that they are unable to access their accounts.
The Switch has become the fastest-selling games console in the Japanese company's history.
At least 10% of the UK's aid budget should be spent on international education, say MPs
Swedish retailer adopts cloud-based software to turn customer browsing into sales
The fascinating images show astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin E. 'Buzz' Aldrin Jr walking on the moon as they made 'one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind'.
Earlier this year we challenged youngsters from local primary schools to design ads in an Express & Star competition.
TSB launches its first IT-based service built on its new core IT platform called Proteo
A study by Ipsos for the ING bank website eZonomics found one in three people in Europe, the US and Australia were happy to rely on electronic payments alone.
Report suggests victims are now paying about $1,000 (£775) to recover scrambled data.
A New York-based app called Crushh takes the uncertainty out of texting and uses algorithms that interpret words and patterns to find out if someone has feelings for you.
The classic BlackBerry smartphone, including physical keyboard, is given a 2017 makeover.
Neil Cook, 47, was on a ghost hunt at North East Land, Sea and Air Museum in Sunderland when he caught the face and hat of an apparition on camera.
Madeleine McCann vanished from the family's holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in Portugal on May 3, 2007, when she was just three years old.
Up to £112,000 is being offered for information about drones that disrupted flights at a Chinese airport.
The Knightscope K5 security droids will soon be appearing in malls across the US, including New York, and could one day become a common sight in shopping centres worldwide.
Mysterious footage has emerged from a national park in the Netherlands, where tourists say they may have found a Bigfoot-like creature lurking in the forest, which was seen peering out at them.
Scores of pupils were welcomed into a brand new primary school in the Black Country this week.
An education centre with animals at its core is near completion.
An education centre with animals at its core is near completion.
Nasa announced the news on Twitter, writing: 'We did it! Cassini is in contact with Earth and sending back data after a successful dive through the gap between Saturn and its rings.'
A study by Ipsos for the ING bank website eZonomics found one in three people in Europe, the US and Australia were happy to rely on electronic payments alone.
A ‘FlightLapse’ reveals the night sky from a pilot’s perspective. While traveling from Europe to South America, Sales Wick captured brightly lit cities and the glittering Milky Way.
The humanoid robot Jia Jia had an awkward Skype interview at the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei with Kevin Kelly, co-founder of Wired magazine.
Agricool is using former shipping containers to grow strawberries in Paris.
The assistant warden at a private Islamic school allegedly beat the boy, who later died.
Cancer Research UK said standardised packaging would mean 257,000 fewer smokers in Britain if smoking prevalence declined at the same rate as that in Australia, where the same law is in effect.
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