Report: Apple Orders 5-6 Million Watches

Apple Inc has asked its Asian suppliers to make 5-6 million units of its three Apple Watch models for the first-quarter, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Taiwan-based Quanta Computer Inc, the sole assembler [...]

Obama Cybersecurity Efforts Stir Privacy Debate

WASHINGTON— U.S. President Barack Obama signed an executive order Friday aimed at encouraging companies and organizations to share more information about cybersecurity threats with the government and each other. The signing came as part of [...]

Climate Change Likely to Displace Millions

GENEVA— Environmental advocates warn of a looming migration crisis as a result of climate change. They are urging negotiators drafting a climate change agreement to include provisions aimed at preventing mass migration by helping vulnerable [...]

Study Suggests Social Media Use May Decrease Stress

WASHINGTON— A new study suggests that frequent users of social media experience no greater stress in their lives than non-users and some groups may benefit from their use. The results are contrary to several previous studies that found a link [...]

Students` active engagement in music classes can lead to language development

Washington : A new study has revealed that youngsters who sit actively in a music class show greater gains in speech processing and reading. Researchers from Northwestern University found that children, who regularly attended music classes and [...]

Parents using gifts to motivate kids may raise materialistic adults

Washington : A new study has revealed that certain parenting tactics can lead to materialistic attitudes in adulthood. The study from the University of Missouri and the University of Illinois at Chicago found that parents who use material goods [...]

People tend to focus on positives and downplay negatives when pursuing goals

Washington : A new research has revealed that people give more weight to progress than setbacks when pursuing goals. The University of Colorado Boulder-led study claims that people tend to believe good behaviors are more beneficial in reaching [...]

Whales make `tick-tock` noises while hunting together in deep oceans at night

Washington : A new research has revealed that humpback whales make “tick-tock” noises while hunting together at night in deep, pitch-black water, but are silent when hunting alone. The research at Syracuse University emphasizes the importance [...]

How brain deciphers what smells good or bad

London : A new study provided a deeper insight into how the brain can distinguish between good and bad smells. Scientists from the BMBF Research Group Olfactory Coding at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Jena, Germany, have now [...]

Caveman `Paleo diet` likely differed substantially over time, space

Washington : A new study has revealed that the “Paleolithic diet, or caveman diet,” a weight-loss craze in which people follow the diet of plants and animals eaten by human’s ancestors during the Stone Age, had no fix routine and might [...]




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