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The toy, called 'Luke Skywalker's Landspeeder,' is modeled after the X-34 aircraft from Star Wars: A New Hope and has seats for two riders. It has three gear options including reverse and costs $499
The toy, called 'Luke Skywalker's Landspeeder,' is modeled after the X-34 aircraft from Star Wars: A New Hope and has seats for two riders. It has three gear options including reverse and costs $499
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A survey of children aged eight to 15 found 67 per cent had a smartphone, rising from 19 per cent of eight-year-olds to 95 per cent of those aged 15.
China's Yicai Global claims the Cupertino tech giant has been working with Contemporary Amperex Technology to develop car batteries.
Researchers say the 'best explanation' is that the signals are transmissions from one or more geostationary satellites.
Researchers from University at Buffalo analyzed a protein found in saliva, and found evidence that suggests another species contributed to the genetic material of their ancestors.
The crescent-shaped landmass off the tip of Cape Point in Buxton, called Shelly Island, started surfacing in spring and now it measures around one-mile long and more than 400 feet wide.
Amazon's new ready-to-eat meal package is the perfect recipe for someone who doesn't have enough time to shop and cook, yet has a healthy appetite and a need for balanced meals.
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki says the disappearances are likely the result of human error. Over the years, scientists have insisted there has been no unusual activity in the area.
Grasshopper mice, which live in deserts in the US and Mexico, make loud calls that carry more than 100 meters (328 feet) thanks to a unique airflow-induced tissue vibration like humans.
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki says the disappearances are likely the result of human error. Over the years, scientists have insisted there has been no unusual activity in the area.
Grasshopper mice, which live in deserts in the US and Mexico, make loud calls that carry more than 100 meters (328 feet) thanks to a unique airflow-induced tissue vibration like humans.
Research by hair transplant clinic DHI London quizzed 100 people on their attitudes towards male pattern baldness - and found that people still make primitive assumptions.
A novice astronomer from New South Wales couldn't contain his delight when he captured a rare space lightning phenomenon on camera.
An underwater robot captured images of what is believed to be nuclear fuel that melted six years ago inside a damaged reactor at Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant.
Evolution has been producing organisms that are adapted to their environments, including 'superpower' like abilities such as the shapeshifting mimic octopus which mimics at least 13 species.
In the most recent update on the ongoing earthquake storm, which scientists have been monitoring since June 12, there have been 1,284 quakes, with the largest being a magnitude 4.4
Programmer Dan Hon, based in Portland, Oregon, created a huge list of new British place names using a neural network - a computer system modelled on the human brain.
LG Chem has invested hundreds of billions of won in a dedicated line for the purpose and will produce 'L-shaped' batteries for next year's iPhone, the Korea Economic Daily claims.
Scientists discussing the future of robotics at a conference held at the University of Surrey have argued improved safety measures are needed to tackle robots interactions with people (stock)
The Washington-based agency has now begun releasing historic research videos to YouTube of its machines being put through their paces.
Sydney-based crowd sourcing tool Freelancer has teamed up with Nasa for a competition to design a shield that protects crews from the health risks associated with galactic cosmic rays (stock image)
NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens described homeopathy as 'at best a placebo and a misuse of scarce NHS funds'. In the last five years it has cost the NHS at least £578,000.
Study co-author Professor Clive Ballard, of Exeter University, said: 'There might be some potential in robots but my worry would be if people started using that as a substitute for face-to-face care
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