125 million-year-old dinosaur found buried by a volcanic eruption in China By CNN | Last Updated: 21st September, 2020, 15:46

These animals were quickly covered by fine sediment while they were still alive or just after their death

125 million-year-old dinosaur found buried by a volcanic eruption in China

Facebook, Twitter not fully complying with consumer rules: EU
Facebook, Twitter not fully complying with consumer rules: EU

The Commission said unlike Google, Facebook and Twitter have not set up deadlines to deal with the requests of national authorities


Instagram agrees to Russia censor demands Instagram agrees to Russia censor demands

The controversy followed a YouTube video posted by Mr Navalny's Anti-corruption Foundation last week


Trump aims for moon, pulls back on space station, telescopes Trump aims for moon, pulls back on space station, telescopes

The government would set aside $150 million to encourage commercial development and use future savings to aim for the moon


Ten gigabit home broadband tested in UK Ten gigabit home broadband tested in UK

Hyperoptic provides a full-fibre network in 30 cities across the UK, and is available to 400,000 homes


Apple CEO leaves investors dangling on future dividend hike Apple CEO leaves investors dangling on future dividend hike

The Cupertino giant's next big thing will likely be a large dividend increase financed by a tax cut on its overseas profits


UK unveils extremism blocking tool UK unveils extremism blocking tool

The software is capable of detecting 94% of IS's online activity, with an accuracy of 99.995%


Four robots that aim to teach your kids to code Four robots that aim to teach your kids to code

Here’s a look at four coding robot that teaches and maybe even entertains


US wants to privatise International Space Station US wants to privatise International Space Station

The US plan involves privatising the ISS, a low-orbit space station piloted by the US space agency and developed with Russian counterpart


Mars on Earth: Simulation tests in remote desert of Oman Mars on Earth: Simulation tests in remote desert of Oman

Astronaut Kartik Kumar says next step to Mars is to tackle non-engineering problems like medical emergency responses and others


Uber settles with Waymo on self-driving Uber settles with Waymo on self-driving

As part of the agreement, Uber is giving a 0.34% Uber stake to Waymo, worth approximately $245m (£177m)


Asteroid set for 'close' 43,300 mile flight past Earth on Friday Don't worry says Nasa as asteroid nears

Asteroid 2018 CB will pass by at just less than one-fifth the distance between the Earth and the Moon


Top Brazilian paper to stop publishing on Facebook Top Brazilian paper to stop publishing on Facebook

But the Sao Paulo-based paper said the change would simply "promote the spread of fake news"


Facebook moderator: I had to be prepared to see anything 'I was a Facebook moderator'

  "It's mostly pornography," says Sarah Katz, recalling her eight-month stint working…


Ex-Uber CEO alleges the tale of Google betrayal in legal battle Ex-Uber CEO alleges the tale of Google betrayal in legal battle

Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick was on the witness stand to rip off self-driving car technology now owned by Waymo, a Google spinoff


Dozens charged over dark web crime site Dozens charged for Infraud cyber-crime site

The Infraud Organisation is said to have dealt in stolen credit cards and passwords and engaged in bank fraud and ID theft


SpaceX's big new rocket blasts off, puts sports car in space SpaceX's big new rocket blasts off, puts sports car in space

The car faces considerable speed bumps before settling into its intended orbit around the sun


Elon Musk's Falcon Heavy rocket launches successfully Elon Musk's Falcon rocket soars away

The Falcon Heavy is essentially three of SpaceX's workhorse Falcon 9 vehicles strapped together


Zuckerberg acknowledges 'mistakes' as Facebook turns 14 Zuckerberg acknowledges 'mistakes' as Facebook turns 14

In recent weeks, Facebook has unveiled steps to refocus on family and friends, even if that means people spend less time on the network


SpaceX poised to launch 'world's most powerful rocket' SpaceX poised to launch 'world's most powerful rocket'

No people are on board, just a mannequin wearing a futuristic spacesuit, strapped into CEO Elon Musk's very own cherry red Tesla car


Facebook may soon tell if you are rich or poor Facebook may soon tell if you are rich or poor

The social media giant wants to build a system that collects users' personal data, such as education, homeownership and Internet usage


Tesla to build world's largest virtual power plant in South Australia Tesla to build world's largest virtual power plant in South Australia

Under the plan, 50,000 homes in South Australia (SA) will have solar panels and batteries installed by Musk's Tesla free of charge


Record-setting spacewalk ends with antenna in wrong spot Record-setting spacewalk ends with antenna in wrong spot

The trouble arose toward the end of the more than 8-hour spacewalk



Sony chief executive Kazuo Hirai to step down Sony chief Kazuo to step down

Mr Yoshida, Sony's chief financial officer, is to take over control of the Japanese electronics giant from 1 April


YouTube to label state-sponsored news videos YouTube to label state-sponsored news videos

A feature being rolled out in the US displays notices below videos uploaded by news broadcasters which receive government or public money


Google parent hit by higher costs, names new chairman Google parent hit by higher costs, names new chairman

It declares John Hennessy as chairman, replacing Schmidt, who announced his departure in December


Travel Frog: The cute Japanese game that has China hooked Japanese frog has Chinese gamers hooked

Travel Frog has topped the charts of free game category in Apple's App Store in China for more than a fortnight


Samsung enters crypto-currency chips business Samsung makes crypto-currency chips

The South Korean company overtook Intel to become the biggest chipmaker last year


Triple treat: Blue Moon, Supermoon, Total Lunar Eclipse rolled into one Triple treat: Blue Moon, Supermoon, Total Lunar Eclipse rolled into one

Europe and most of Africa and South America also will pretty much miss the show


Human genome decoded with pocket-sized device Human genome decoded with pocket-sized device

The new sequencing method is the first to read long, unbroken strands of DNA, yielding a final result that is 99.88 percent accurate


Salt, the solution to winter's dangers, threatens US waters Salt, the solution to winter's dangers, threatens US waters

Researchers say tons of sodium chloride crystals, more than 20 million nationwide each year; are rising the salinity of hundreds of lakes


NASA honors seven killed on Space Shuttle Columbia 15 Years Ago NASA honors seven killed on Space Shuttle Columbia 15 Years Ago

It held its annual day of remembrance to honor all its astronauts killed in the line of duty


Coincheck: World's biggest ever digital currency 'theft' World's biggest digital currency 'theft'

Coincheck froze deposits and withdrawals for all crypto-currencies except Bitcoin as it assessed its losses in NEM, a lesser-known currency


iPhone battery 'slowdown' to be optional iPhone battery 'slowdown' to be optional

The option to switch off the feature will appear on the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, SE, 6S, 6S Plus, 7 and 7 Plus models


Rare 'super blood blue moon' visible on Jan 31 Rare 'super blood blue moon' visible on Jan 31

This full moon is also the third in a series of "supermoons," which happen when the moon is closest to Earth in its orbit


Samsung to debut Galaxy S9 on 25 February Samsung to debut Galaxy S9 on 25 Feb

The smartphone will be launched at an event called 'Unpacked' which take will place a day before Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 kicks off


Chinese volunteers spend 200 days on virtual 'moon base' Chinese volunteers spend 200 days on virtual 'moon base'

The volunteers lived in the sealed lab to simulate a long-term space mission with no input from the outside world


Ariane rocket suffers rare anomaly Ariane rocket suffers rare anomaly

The SES satellite, called SES-14, was manufactured in the UK by Airbus at its Portsmouth and Stevenage plants


Spacewalking astronauts onboard the ISS give new hand to robot arm Spacewalking astronauts onboard the ISS give new hand to robot arm

It was the first spacewalk for Tingle, who arrived last month, and the third for Vande Hei


First monkey clones created in Chinese laboratory First monkey clones created in Chinese laboratory

Scientists say populations of monkeys that are genetically identical will be useful for research into human diseases

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