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Pre-roll ads are commonly used to support online videos, but Facebook has long opted for 'ad breaks' during videos.
The retailer said it planned to combine its network of stores with Shipt technology to quickly delivery its array of products.
US' Randy Bresnik, Paolo Nespoli of Italy and Sergey Ryazanskiy of Russia spent more than 130 days in space 'supporting hundreds of experiments'.
Monsanto introduced the genetically-modified cotton and soybean seeds that can resist the weed killer last year.
The dispute over net neutrality has been the subject of several court battles over the past decade.
Uber is also the target of investigations and lawsuits over the cover-up of a hack that compromised personal information of 57 million users and drivers.
A study says the number of Norwegians who listen to the radio daily has dropped by 10 percent in one year.
Eight new constellations include Usain Bolt and the racquet of Serena Williams.
Ghana is on course to become the first sub-Saharan African country to eradicate trachoma, a leading cause of blindness.
Scientists discovered ticks entombed in chunks of amber from Myanmar dating back 99 million years, including one still grasping a feather apparently from a feathered dinosaur.
The island of Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha'apai rose from the seabed about 65km north-west of the Tongan capital Nuku'alofa in late 2014 to 2015.
AI research has the potential to boost developments in self-driving cars and automated factories, translation products and facial recognition software, among others.
Earlier this year the justice ministry declared Open Russia's British-registered entities to be 'undesirable' organisations and added them to a blacklist.
BlueSG, a subsidiary of France's Bollore Group, rolled out the scheme with 80 cars and 32 charging stations.
Ethiopia's fiercest critics threaten the country's security apparatus but researchers say the country has ramped up the use of computer spyware.
The service allows a pregnant woman to send a message when she wants a seat.
The directive calls on NASA to ramp up its efforts to send people to deep space, a policy that unites politicians on both sides of the aisle in the United States.
Every year hundreds of South Africa’s top young scientists compete at the Eskom Expo for Young Scientists International Science Fair with the hope of taking home prizes worth R4m.
Uber maintains that the language in the law does not expressly ban cash payments.
Apple said that Shazam has consistently been one of the most popular items on its App Store.
Officials in the British capital refused to renew Uber’s licence in September, citing safety concerns.
Funding remains a big issue for advancing the fight against global warming as international climate agencies anticipate rising costs of addressing climate change.
Critics of the existing rules say they rely on 1930s-era rules for telephone companies, which could, in theory, lead to price regulation and other burdens.
Hundreds of millions of people in India are forced to live with the fallout of the dirtiest fuels, with the government blaming a lack of funds to pay for greener power.
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