Experts believe the ancient circle of basalt stones, located southwest of Melbourne, may have been used by Aborigines to track the movement of the sun thousands of years ago.
Footage taken in Szekesfehervar, Hungary, shows a man having the device inserted in his hand before showing how it can expose flaws in everyday security systems.
An expert from the British Mycological Society and a professor at Cardiff University warns of increasing reports of toxic death cap mushrooms this year.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee found that the virus, a phage called WO, carries the gene for the spider toxin, along with a patchwork of traces of other animal DNA.
On average adults were able to distinguish truth from lies 54 per cent of the time. One reason for the poor performance is simply that children looked guilty – even if they weren’t, the team said.
Lorraine Candy has taken away her daughter’s phones after 9pm. Even though she doesn’t think it’s unreasonable, they’ve reacted badly. But she thinks their phones are making them miserable.
Apple and Google are both applying a form of artificial intelligence called ‘machine learning’ to organize your pictures and video
The German automaker, headquartered in Munich, unveiled its Motorrad Vision Next 100, a sleek, self-balancing prototype the company released as part of its 100th anniversary celebrations.
‘As of this week, Samsung’s testers were still unable to reproduce the explosions,’ the Wall Street Journal says. On Tuesday, Samsung said it was killing the Galaxy Note 7 in an unprecedented move.
If tracking your online activity wasn’t enough, Yahoo wants to monitor you on highways. The firm received a patent for a smart billboard that gathers data about drivers for ad targeting purposes.
YouTube channel, Now You See It, studies the influence of shapes on characters’ personalities in a new video and how geometry affects the visual storytelling of the films we love.
Amazon Music Unlimited is being positioned to compete against existing services such as Spotify and Apple Music, and will be offered to Echo owners for just $4 a month.
The interstellar disco ball would have a in the centre, according to the Harvard research. When a laser beam hit the thin, mirror-like surface, the light would bounce off and push the probe along.