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The three beavers were spotted beside River Otter in Devon by retired scientist Tom Buckley. He caught them grooming themselves and gnawing the base of trees.
US artist Nickolay Lamm created these amazing graphs detailing the popularity of certain key words in song lyrics of Billboard hits.
The Girl Scout Cookie Locator app, developed by Kelloggs, can show iPhone users exactly how far away their nearest seller is - and how to get there.
Google took its Street View Cameras to the Arctic to capture bears for International Polar Bear Day.
Activist group Spark claim it is 'uncommon for Google to celebrate women of color' and called for the Doodles to be more diverse.
Designed for secure communication between governmental agencies and their contractors, the handset can self destruct if it is tampered with, destroying all the data on it.
Stockholm team blame a lack of privacy - and say peer pressure means sick employees are more likely to come to work.
Research firm IDC says growth in global smartphone shipments will fall sharply this year and keep slowing until 2018.
An international team of archeologists has used aerial surveys and ground-penetrating radar to map the Carnuntum complex just outside Vienna, Austria.
The Californian firm is still deciding where to build the factory, but the project will provide 6,500 jobs and will cut current production costs by 30 per cent.
Of those that do read a book before going to bed, most only read three pages before falling asleep, according to a survey by a Newcastle-based mattress company.
A scientist at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre in Houston said humans carried leprosy bacteria when departing Africa around 100,000 years ago to populate the rest of the world.
International heating company Honeywell's £249 Evohome device allows users to control their heating room by room using a smartphone app.
Astronomers used a new confirmation technique to come up with the largest batch of planets announced at one time.
The assertion was made by Canadian ecologist Patrick Moore, a member of Greenpeace from 1971 to 1986, to U.S lawmakers on Tuesday.
The mummy, discovered in Chile's Atacama Desert, was of young Incan woman in her twenties who also suffered from a tropical parasitic infection.
The £370 AeYO, designed by Munich-based Aemotics, claims to combine the efficiency of inline skating with the convenience of cycling.
Chemists at Germany's Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics analysed the cheese to find it dates back to 1,615BC.
Welsh researchers say the smaller stones, which weighed around three tonnes, came from an area in the Preseli Hills called Carn Goedog.
Research from Seattle-based firm F5 found security is among the top concerns for phone users but the extra speed 4G offers leaves these users at risk from hackers.