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Monday, June 30, 2014
A study detailing how Facebook secretly manipulated the news feed of some 700,000 users to study “emotional contagion” has prompted anger on social media.
2014/6/30
In the meadow, four white-haired Shorthorn heifers peel off from the others, raising their heads at the same time in the same direction. Unsettling, when you know they are clones.
2014/6/30
NASA sent a saucer-like vehicle high into the sky Saturday to test technology for a future Mars landing, but its parachute tangled when deployed and the spacecraft splashed into the Pacific Ocean.
2014/6/30
Sunday, June 29, 2014
Astronauts get excited for a shot of ISSpresso
Talk about a cosmic caffeine jolt. The International Space Station is getting a real Italian espresso machine.
2014/6/29
Friday, June 27, 2014
The oldest known Neanderthal poo, uncovered in Spain, shows that cavemen ate not only meat but vegetables too, according to a study published on Wednesday.
2014/6/27
The accelerated and unsustainable exploitation of the earth's primary natural resources has become a major threat to apes in Africa and Asia, a major United Nations environment conference heard Wednesday.
2014/6/27
The last of five robot resupply ships Europe was scheduled to provide for the International Space Station (ISS) will be taken aloft on July 24, launch firm Arianespace said on Thursday.
2014/6/27
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Microsoft on Tuesday opted for the Android operating system from arch rival Google for its new Nokia smartphone, in a move aimed at regaining momentum in the competitive mobile sector.
2014/6/26
Toyota announces set price for new fuel cell sedan at US$70,000
Japanese auto giant Toyota will start selling its first fuel cell sedan this financial year, with a price tag of around 7 million yen (US$70,000), the company announced Wednesday.
2014/6/26
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Neurotoxic pesticides blamed for the world's bee collapse are also harming butterflies, worms, fish and birds, said a scientific review that called Tuesday for tighter regulation to curb their use.
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