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YouTuber reveals iPhone XS passcode bypass bug exposing contacts/photos

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With new iPhone XS out, it is a universally believed fact that Apple is committed to improving, and enhancing user privacy and security in its devices. With the new iOS 12 and iOS 12.1 beta, the Cupertino-based...

Researchers investigate why some people experience frisson, or aesthetic chills, when listening to certain...

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Have you ever been listening to a great piece of music and felt a chill run up your spine? Or goosebumps tickle your arms and shoulders? The experience is called frisson (pronounced free-sawn), a French...

Why Brush Your Teeth with toothpaste affect the taste of orange juice and other...

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There's nothing like a fresh, tangy glass of orange juice to go with your morning oatmeal. But if you've just brushed your teeth, you may find that the beverage tastes … less than delicious. So,...

Synthetic marijuana contaminated with brodifacoum – People Bleed

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In March of this year, strange reports began to emerge: Synthetic pot was making people's eyes bleed. And what started out as a handful of people who were affected has grown to more than 250...

Famed Renaissance painte Caravaggio Didn’t Die of Syphilis, but of Sepsis

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Famed Renaissance painter Caravaggio didn't die of syphilis, as some historians long thought. Instead, it appears that the talented Italian artist — who had a reputation for gambling, drinking, sleeping with prostitutes and even murder...

HIV : Father Transmits HIV to Newborn Son – How Did It Happen ?

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After a 4-year-old boy in Portugal was diagnosed with HIV, the biggest question was how he got the infection. His mother, for example, didn't have it (women with HIV can pass the virus to babies) ....

HowtoBeAMonkey.org gives the public a chance to sample the day-to-day activities of a capuchin...

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Anew website called HowtoBeAMonkey.org provides a glimpse into life inside a Costa Rican tropical dry forest — both for the capuchin monkeys that call it home and the humans who observe them. UCLA anthropology professor Susan Perry has...

A solar cell developed by UCLA Engineering researchers converts 22.4 percent of incoming energy...

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Materials scientists from the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering have developed a highly efficient thin-film solar cell that generates more energy from sunlight than typical solar panels, thanks to its double-layer design. The device is made by...

Getting the flu is never a pleasant experience, but for pregnant women, the illness...

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Getting the flu is never a pleasant experience, but for pregnant women, the illness can be particularly bad. That's because pregnant women are considered one of the "high-risk" groups who are more likely to develop...

More than 61000 ancient Maya structures – from large pyramids to single houses –...

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More than 61,000 ancient Maya structures — from large pyramids to single houses — were lurking beneath the dense jungle canopy in Guatemala, revealing clues about the ancient culture's farming practices, infrastructure, politics and...

F-35A Price : First Time Price Below US$90 Million

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The U.S. Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin have finalized an $11.5 billion contract for the production and delivery of 141 F-35 aircraft at the lowest per aircraft price in program history. The 11th Low Rate Initial...

Scientists have developed a human-friendly, ultra-flexible organic sensor powered by sunlight, which acts as...

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Scientists have developed a human-friendly, ultra-flexible organic sensor powered by sunlight, which acts as a self-powered heart monitor. Previously, they developed a flexible photovoltaic cell that could be incorporated into textiles. In this study, they...

A new clinical trial will test whether an experimental vaccine can help patients’ immune...

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Rush University Medical Center is part of a new clinical trial testing whether an experimental vaccine can help patients’ immune systems stop the spread of glioblastoma — an aggressive form of brain cancer with...

A new study reports dopamine may have an impact on foraging behavior in ants

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In an ant colony, few tasks are as important as gathering food. But the desert heat can pose a challenge for an ant on foraging duty. Recent findings, publishing in the journal iScience on September 27,...

Breast cancer screening : Israeli-European study examines efficacy of personalized screening

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Research involving 85,000 women seeks to improve screening practices, which have not been shown to significantly reduce mortality rates Illustrative: A woman getting a breast exam. (iStock/monkeybusinessimages) A large-scale study launched in December will follow 85,000...