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Can"t stand gossip? New research suggests that gabbing about others is "not always a bad thing"

Rumormongers, blabbermouths, busybodies—no matter what you call them, gossipers get a bad rap. But new theoretical research conducted by University of Maryland and Stanford University researchers argues that gossipers aren't all that bad. In fact,.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgFeb 21st, 2024

Don’t Expect an AirTag 2 This Year

If you’re holding your breath, hoping Apple releases a new AirTag 2 in 2024, stop. Everything we’ve heard suggests the launch is a lot further down the road. Apple first introduced its AirTag tracker back in 2021. Since then, the accessor.....»»

Category: mobileSource:  gottabemobileRelated News11 hr. 23 min. ago

iPhone 16 Will Be Apple’s First AI-Centric Phone

It’s the elephant in the room at this point, but yet another report suggests Apple is working to bring AI-centric upgrades to this year’s iPhone. Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman has released a report outlining Apple’s plans for the M.....»»

Category: mobileSource:  gottabemobileRelated News13 hr. 51 min. ago

Americans think AI will harm privacy and elections: Report

Americans are quite worried about the role artificial intelligence will play in both politics and society, according to a new report by the Polarization Research Lab......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 23 min. ago

Firms embracing diversity may trade short-term pain for long-term gain

Short-term pain for long-term gain: That might be one way to describe the results of new research from the Alberta School of Business on the impact of diversity and inclusion (D&I) practices on business firms......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 23 min. ago

Ant pheromones may help protect hikers and campers from ticks

If you're outside enjoying the spring sunshine, then chances are, ticks are too. However, new research from Simon Fraser University (SFU) suggests the use of ant pheromones as a topical repellent, or as an environmental barrier, may help protect hike.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 23 min. ago

Research finds dairy farmers receptive to methane-reducing seaweed feed

New England's dairy industry continues to evolve in response to significant market challenges that include a decreased demand for milk and higher production and land costs. However, there is also ongoing evidence that organic dairy farming can provid.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 23 min. ago

‘Pirated’ TikTok Clips Help to Promote TV Series, Research Finds

A new academic study shows that condensed video clips of TV shows, posted on services such as TikTok, can serve as free advertising. This means that efforts to take down these 'copyright infringing' or 'pirated' clips may be counterproductive. This t.....»»

Category: internetSource:  torrentfreakRelated News16 hr. 50 min. ago

"Fallout" hides a neat game loading screen Easter egg in episode 1

Eagle-eyed "Fallout" fans might see the game's "please stand by" screens in the Prime Video TV adaptation. Eagle-eyed Fallout fans will be glued to the screen of the new Prime Video adaptation, and they should be — the series is bursting.....»»

Category: topSource:  mashableRelated News16 hr. 51 min. ago

Scientists explore deep sea around Easter Island, find strange animals

Scientists on a deep ocean research expedition around Easter Island (Rapa Nui) and other seamounts along the Salas y Gómez Ridge in the Pacific Ocean spotted as many as 60 new deep sea species. The mountains of the ocean teem with otherworldly.....»»

Category: topSource:  mashableRelated News16 hr. 51 min. ago

Pacific cities found to be much older than previously thought

New evidence of one of the first cities in the Pacific shows they were established much earlier than previously thought, according to new research from The Australian National University (ANU)......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News18 hr. 23 min. ago

Tropical coral-infecting parasites discovered in cold marine ecosystems

Parasites thought only to infect tropical coral reefs have been discovered in a large variety of creatures in cold marine ecosystems along the Northeast Pacific, according to new research from University of British Columbia botanists......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News18 hr. 23 min. ago

Researchers resolve old mystery of how phages disarm pathogenic bacteria

Bacterial infections pose significant challenges to agriculture and medicine, especially as cases of antibiotic-resistant bacteria continue to rise. In response, scientists at Texas A&M AgriLife Research are elucidating the ways that bacteria-infecti.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News18 hr. 23 min. ago

Hybrid intelligence can reconcile biodiversity and agriculture

A research team at the University of Hohenheim and Technical University of Munich has developed a new transdisciplinary approach to resolve the tradeoff between biodiversity and agricultural production......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News18 hr. 23 min. ago

The 10 best Angel episodes, ranked

Angel could be as thrilling, heartbreaking, or hilarious as Buffy, and these 10 episodes stand out among the very best the Whedonverse has to offer......»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated News18 hr. 23 min. ago

Keys to the genome: Unlocking the package with "pioneer transcription factors"

Scientists at the Montreal Clinical Research Institute have discovered the molecular mechanisms responsible for opening up the human genome and expressing new genes......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News21 hr. 23 min. ago

Cloud engineering could be more effective "painkiller" for global warming than previously thought

Cloud "engineering" could be more effective for climate cooling than previously thought, because of the increased cloud cover produced, new research shows......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated NewsApr 11th, 2024

Ants in Colorado are on the move due to climate change

Over the past 60 years, climate change has forced certain ant species, unable to tolerate higher temperatures, out of their original habitats in Gregory Canyon near Boulder, Colorado, according to a new research published April 9 in the journal Ecolo.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated NewsApr 10th, 2024

Study finds link between anti-Black sentiment and broad support for political violence in the US

Support for anti-Black violence has a long historical arc in American politics dating back to slavery. A George Washington University research team led by Assistant Professor of Political Science Andrew Thompson conducted an experiment to try to tap.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated NewsApr 10th, 2024

Researchers investigate effectiveness of shipping alliances

Research published in the International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics has looked at the various factors that affect the overall effectiveness of shipping alliances in the container shipping industry. These alliances, formed as cooperati.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated NewsApr 10th, 2024

Precision agriculture research identifies gene that controls production of flowers and fruits in pea plants

The end of the reproductive period, when flowers and fruits are produced, is a crucial moment in plants' life cycles. However, the factors that control this process must be better understood......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated NewsApr 10th, 2024