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The photo won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year's People's Choice Award, and can now be seen at an exhibition in London.
After using this strange $50 glowing mouse full of holes to play games on PC, I can never go back to regular mice
I typically use wireless mice because I dislike the drag and weight from cables, but the Glorious Model O's cable barely fees like it's there.
A potential vaccine for the Zika virus just passed a major milestone: It protected mice from getting sick
The vaccine neutralized the Zika virus in young albino mice, but it hasn't been tested in humans yet.
The keto diet makes mice better at fighting the flu — another clue about how the high-fat, low-carb plan changes the body
Scientists were shocked to discover that certain mucus-producing lung cells were boosted by a high-fat keto diet. Mice on the diet survived more flu.
Police found 245 animals in ‘deplorable living conditions’ while performing a wellness check on 3 minors
An officer who performed the wellness check reported that he saw caged flea-infested animals sitting in their own feces and without food or water.
Logitech makes some of the best computer accessories in the world, and its G903 Lightspeed mouse is, in a word, perfect.
My 2019 tech: Here are the computers, gadgets, and accessories I’m using on a personal basis this year — and which ones I’d recommen...
I review a lot of new tech for Business Insider, like headphones, gadgets and accessories. But reviewing tech isn't the same thing as owning it.
Mice can be dangerous as they often carry diseases. Therefore, it's important to know what you're doing that might be attracting them.
‘There is no reality here’: Researchers whose work inspired a startup to charge $8,000 to fill patients’ veins with young blood say ...
A startup called Ambrosia that charges $8,000 to fill your veins with the blood of young people plans to launch its first clinic this year. But researchers who study blood transfusions called the procedure "dangerous" and said the idea behind it is based on "incorrect interpretations" of their work.
Since 2002, Evoluent has designed vertical mice that let you hold the mouse vertically rather than horizontally.