Who? An investigation revealed that illegal weapons are sold on sites like Amazon, eBay, AliExpress and Wish by third-party sellers.
Lisa Webb, consumer law expert at Which?, told Tech & Science Daily that sellers use different symbols or words to sneak them onto sites.
The four platforms said Which? they removed the listings and took action.
As the heatwave continues, it’s not just ourselves we need to keep cool – it’s our beloved pet dogs.
Tech & Science Daily spoke to Dogs Trust vet Aideen OConnor, who explained the dangers of extreme temperatures, such as severe paw burns. Aideen also explained the deadly risks of toxic blue-green algae, which have reportedly injured more dogs in recent weeks.
A new study of rocks in Australia has shaken up the scientific explanation for how continents form.
Experts from Curtin University’s School of Earth and Planetary Sciences believe they have the first physical evidence to suggest continents were created by meteorite impacts during the first billion years of the Earth. history of the planet.
Additionally, Samsung spoke to Tech & Science Daily about the new Galaxy Fold 4 and Flip 4, the ‘butterfly galaxies’ tangled and dancing around each other 60 million light-years away, a Twitter study shows. increase in young adults talking about the cost of living through the crisis online, and Disney Plus is offering a new, lower-cost subscription service accompanied by advertisements.
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