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The fossils, dating from between six and nine million years, were uncovered in the Atacama Desert, next to the Pan-American Highway in Chile.
Japanese firm Fujitsu demonstrated its prototype tablet during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. It varies the amount of friction between the display and the user’s finger to create the illusion of different surfaces.
Scientists at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu claim a meteorite 1.6 inches (4cm) in diameter could have scattered a thousand 'blueberries' over a large area.
A team of engineers from Chiron Global have developed Iron Man-like armour, designed to be flexible enough to fight in, with built-in sensors to calculate and display the damage a weapon hit would have done to an unprotected body.
The party at Barcelona's Boujis restaurant was to celebrate signing the contract for the $19 billion sale of Whatsapp to Facebook and the 29th birthday of Zuckerberg's wife , Priscilla Chan.
a Pennsylvania researchers believes the plan to put explosives on pets were developed by German experts.
Cambridge researchers say that cortisol, a stress hormone, could make traders averse to taking risks once problems begin.
Sleep experts spent a night a Bristol Zoo with hi-tech cameras to capture animals' sleeping patterns and found top predators are typically lazier than their prey.
Oral B's SmartSeries electric toothbrush links to a smartphone app via Bluetooth and times brushing to the recommended two minutes with a stopwatch.
The $799 trike can reach speeds of 15mph, and be folded to allow it to be taken on a train or bus.
The swirling arms of this design, spotted in the desolate reaches of the Egyptian desert, just a short distance from the shores of the Red Sea, is in fact an environmental art installation.
A husband and wife team of Harvard doctors created the clip on, which can track sunlight and warn if the wearer isn't getting enough.
The University of California station creates hydrogen for fuel cell cars from sewage.
Princeton researchers say 'disordered hyperuniformity' is an arrangement of particles that allows material to behave like both a crystal and a liquid.
The Blackphone is an Android-based handset built by Spanish manufacturer GeeksPhone alongside security experts Silent Circle and Pretty Good Privacy (PGP).
An informer said that the centre of the business has developed in Shenzhen in southeast China’s Guangdong province.
Incredible video footage has emerged of a spectacular fireball created as an asteroid impacted the Mare Nubium, a lava-filled basin on the moon.
Developed at Bolton University, the patented fabric claims to be able to produce power in all weather conditions and environments.
The Kingdom Tower will measure 3,280ft (1,000metres) tall if it is built in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to provide views of the Red Sea.
The massive X4.9-class solar flare erupted at 00.49 GMT this morning and follows a similar flare pictured by the Iris probe in January.