Changes by Facebook mean its 1.5 billion members in Africa, Asia, Australia and Latin America will not fall under the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, which takes effect on May 25.
Some Saudi women have welcomed a sports-friendly version of the abaya gown which was once considered a symbol of cultural rebellion in Saudi Arabia.
Historians say such houses were once widespread in western Libya. They were dug so the people who lived in them could stay cool in summer and warm in winter.
The European Court of Justice ruling said that by increasing logging in the Bialowieza Forest, Poland failed to fulfil its obligations under EU directives to protect natural sites of special importance.
‘Dark patterns’ sound like a malicious scheme designed by an international crime network. But as we discovered, just how evil they are though is open to debate.
Enzyme can digest PET, a substance in plastic bottles that causes pollution in huge areas of land and sea all over the world. A plastic bottle takes hundreds of years to decompose.
Turkey's expedition to the Antarctic has just returned from the White Continent, and aims to track the impact of global warming on the area.
Facebook will face a class action lawsuit for the violation of people's biometric information privacy without permission, according to a federal court decision in US.
Dalmatian pelicans, which are on the International Union for Conservation of Nature red list of threatened species, have increased their number of breeding pairs from 17 in 2000 to 52 in 2017.
EpiPens deliver potentially lifesaving doses of the generic drug epinephrine, via an automatic injector that a patient or caregiver can administer in the event of severe allergic reaction.
Singapore decides to set up surveillance cameras on 100,000 lampposts, to “perform crowd analytics’’ for public security. The technology of facial recognition with cameras and censors urges privacy fears among right groups and security experts.
The new bed net has a special chemical that blocks mosquitoes resistance to insecticides and in a test has proven to cut malaria prevalence by as much as 44 percent.
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