Researchers find one of the oldest shrimp fossils in the world

A team of researchers, some from Alberta, has discovered one of the oldest shrimp fossils on the planet. The shrimp fossil is over 90 million years old. It has the form of a question mark. Researchers at the University of...

Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo Will Require Loot Box Drop Rate Disclosures

Video game studios offering loot chests, virtual boxes containing random rewards, will soon have to disclose the chances of getting every surprise if they want to continue doing business with Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft. The video game industry is under...

We can now make phone calls from Android on Windows 10

A feature that has existed for some time for iPhones connected to Mac computers is finally arriving on Android phones connected to PCs: it is now possible to make calls on Windows 10 computers using the Your Phone app, Microsoft....

More and more injuries related to cell phone use

A new study reveals that the number of people who get hurt using their cell phones is increasing year by year, and that it is especially the arrival of smart devices that has caused a considerable increase in this type...

Are Satellites Destroying Our View Of The Stars?

The expected multiplication of the number of private satellites orbiting the Earth in the coming years causes concern within the scientific community, which is struggling more and more to observe the distant stars. Astronomer Cliff Johnson of Northwestern University, Illinois,...

Scientists confirm Europa’s water vapor geysers

Water vapor geysers were observed directly for the first time on Europe, one of the 79 moons of Jupiter. Scientist Lucas Paganini and his colleagues at NASA have detected a weak but very real signal of the presence of water...