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Texas researchers discovered people who acts immorally or recklessly but are 'lucky' by escaping dire consequences are judged less harshly than an 'unlucky' person, even when both have committed the same act.
The device will use retina-tracking technology to make images on the smartphone's display appear to 'float above the screen like a hologram and appear three-dimensional at all angles.'
Cornell researchers say that baby green-rumped parrots learnt their own name, as well as those of their family, while still in the nest.
Australian researchers say increased CO2 levels are impeding the senses of fish, meaning they cannot spot predators.
Virginia researcher found Entamoeba histolytica,(pictured), which causes a potentially fatal diarrhea common in the developing world, infects by nibbling human cells until they die.
Stanford researchers found that achieving goals give us a far greater sense of satisfaction that abstract concepts of helping others.
The tragic scene was captured in the forests of Brazil as scientists tracked the couple, who had been committed partners for three-and-a-half years.
The ground-breaking experiment will study the impact of space travel on the human body in real time, measuring any changes that occur between the two brothers as they happen.
The search giant will only sell Glass to the public today.
Images claiming to be from an iPhone production facility were posted to Weibo - and show a handset with a large 4.7inch screen
The paw prints were discovered at Blackfriars near Leicester city centre on the ancient floor tiles of a Corieltauvi townhouse.
Los Angeles-based filmmakers Benny and Rafi Fine asked children aged six to 13 to guess what the device was, with suggestions including a 'walkie talkie' or 'boom box'.
Created by Austrian group Johammer, the electric bike uses a hub-mounted motor which provides 14 horsepower - enough for a top speed of 74mph.
Designer Axel Ramos has created a graphic showing the scale of the cosmos. The designer gathered data on the largest stars to compile it.
The event, known as a 'Tetrad', illuminated the moon a vibrant red across the United States and in South America. The rare astrological phenomenon is believed by some to mark the beginning of significant events.
EXCLUSIVE: A British graduate chemist and secondary school teacher has created an infographic to pinpoint the compounds and the particular smells they create.
Forget mobile phones and online chat rooms, the first emoticon may have appeared in a 1648 poem. The apparent 'smiley face' appears in the second line of English civil war poet Robert Herrick's verse, entitled ‘To Fortune’.
The software works by sending an anonymous ‘click ID’ to the advertiser when somebody clicks on an advert. The person is identified by the advertiser because they will have cookies installed on the user’s computer.
Called Hawkeye, it uses high definition cameras on a plane to capture a 25-square-mile patch of Earth constantly for up to six hours.
The screenshots show newly redesigned icons in a version of Android called Moonshine - with a 'flat' appearance similar to Apple's iOS 7 redesign.