Here’s how to find out if you are affected by the hacking of WhatsApp

Facebook announced Monday that its encrypted email application WhatsApp had been infected with spyware . Here’s how to detect if your device is touched. Which devices are targeted? The attack, allegedly carried out…

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NASA has found sugar in meteorites

Meteorites that crashed on Earth billions of years ago contain sugars, researchers say, supporting the idea that asteroids can contain some of the ingredients for life. An international team of…

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Monkeys outperform humans when it comes to cognitive flexibility

When it comes to exploring new options for solving a problem, Capuchin and Rhesus monkeys show more cognitive flexibility than humans, say US scientists. Explanations. Humans live in complex environments…

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The hypothetical ninth planet could be a black hole

It is possible that the planet hiding in the confines of our solar system is not one: American astrophysicists put forward the idea that it could be a very small…

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West Coast algae to tackle flatulence in cattle

Researchers in cattle farming at Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC, are turning to West Coast algae to tackle cattle methane production and combat climate change. Studies in Australia and California…

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First Ever Picture of a Black Hole Scoops $3-Million Prize

The 347 scientists who collaborated to produce the first image of a black hole last April were honored on Thursday with the Breakthrough Prize, a US $ 3 million prize…

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This malicious Android application has been downloaded more than 100 million times

Google removed the CamScanner application from the Play Store on Wednesday after it was discovered that it contained malicious software. The app downloaded more than 100 million times on the…

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kids with older brothers learn language slower: study

Children with older brothers have, on average, a somewhat slower linguistic development, found French scientists associated with the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). Children’s language has been studied for…

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The “mechanics” of how bacteria divide explained in new study

Before a bacterium divides, there is an accumulation of mechanical stress in the cell wall, at the very place where it will separate, found Swiss scientists. Bacteria are among the…

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Dark Britons are aware of why Meghan Markle wants out

The British press has prevailed in its evident task of nagging Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, out of Britain. The part it maybe didn’t expect, in any case, is the…

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