Office 365 and Microsoft 365 subscribers get more frequent software updates than those who have purchased Office without a subscription, which means subscribers have access to the latest features, security patches, and bug fixes. But it can be hard to keep track of the
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Factory activity slows or declines in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan amid supply disruptions and rising costs.
Nearly 60 percent of young Hong Kongers have expressed a desire to emigrate amid diminishing freedoms in the city.
Scientists have uncovered a new genetic link for Alzheimer's disease in women, and this gene discovery may explain why more women get the disease.
Internet search traffic on abortion medication surged 162% higher than expected and reached a record high in the days after a draft of the US Supreme Court's abortion decision was leaked in May, according to new research.
The Case of the False Thumb: Giant Panda’s “Amazing” Feature Developed at Least Six Million Years Ago
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Melt Ponds, Summer Ice, and More: Space Laser Measures Changing Earth Since 2003, Arctic sea ice has lost about a third of its volume. On... The post NASA Approves Continuation of ICESat-2 Space Laser After 3+ Years of Big Results appeared first on SciTechDaily.
Ukrainian authorities say Russian missile attacks on residential buildings in the port city of Odesa have killed at least 18 people including two children
Griner could face 10 years in jail if convicted for possessing a “significant amount” of hashish.
India is the world’s third largest producer of plastic waste, trailing only the United States and China.
Russia says its forces have withdrawn from Snake Island, a highly contested island in the Black Sea that Russia occupied soon after its February invasion.
Rep. Judy Chu of California was among the more than 100 people arrested at an abortion rights protest in Washington, DC, on Thursday, according to a statement from her office.
A series of failures led to a fuel leak at a Hawaii military facility that sickened families who relied on a nearby well for their water, the Navy found after an investigation into the problems at the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility.
Cassidy Hutchinson, a former Trump White House aide, told the House January 6 committee that she was contacted by someone attempting to influence her testimony, three sources familiar with the hearing presentation told CNN.
General Motors on Thursday released new photos of the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV, as well as some additional information about the customers that have reserved the electric pickup truck. Included in a tweet from GM CEO Mary Barra, the photos show a Silverado EV