Large swathes of Australia have been in drought for several years, continually resulting in difficult farming conditions and increasing instances of bushfires across the country.
ANU applies space tech to predict future droughts and bushfires
Facebook's popularity among children fell during 2018, according to the UK’s media regulator Ofcom.
Ofcom: Facebook's popularity dips with UK children
Long before the claim of the world’s first gene-edited babies became public, Chinese researcher He Jiankui shared the news with a US Nobel laureate who objected to the experiment yet remained an adviser to He’s biotech company.
AP Exclusive: US Nobelist was told of gene-edited babies
Apple acknowledged a flaw in its FaceTime software that allowed for brief eavesdropping — even if the recipient did not pick up.
Apple rushes to fix FaceTime 'eavesdropping' bug
Google Chrome may soon be set for an update that could ruin one of the browser's most appealing features, it was emerged.
New change could ruin one of Google Chrome’s biggest advantages
Heat, cold, vacuum… the microscopic creatures, found recently in a lake in Antarctica, show remarkable resilience to a wide range of normally lethal physical conditions, theguardian.com reported.
Tiny but tough: Tardigrades
Earlier this month, sky-gazers around the world were treated to a stunning astronomical display in the form of a super blood wolf moon.
Astronomical events in February
Politicians and experts are highly concerned as the personal project of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to link messages between the services is expected to be completed by the end of 2019 or early 2020.
Privacy concerns arise as Facebook reveals Whatsapp, Instagram integration plans
Facial-detection technology that Amazon is marketing to law enforcement often misidentifies women, particularly those with darker skin, according to researchers from MIT and the University of Toronto.
Researchers: Amazon face-detection technology shows bias

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