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Best and worst ways to boost your smartphone’s battery life Best and worst ways to boost your smartphone’s battery life

We’ve seen a lot of different tips for boosting your smartphone’s battery life over the…


NASA to simulate growing potatoes on Mars in Peru NASA to simulate growing potatoes on Mars in Peru

That's the question scientists will be asking in Lima next month, when a selection of tubers will…


11,000-yr-old pendant with Mesolithic art found in Britain 11,000-yr-old pendant with Mesolithic art found in Britain

An 11,000-year-old pendant discovered in North Yorkshire was nearly mistaken for a regular piece of…


Apple asks court to reverse FBI iPhone order Apple asks court to reverse FBI iPhone order

Apple has asked a US court to overturn an earlier ruling ordering the company to help the FBI break…


Now convey love, haha, wow on Facebook posts Now convey love, haha, wow on Facebook posts

Gone are the days when you could only "like" your girlfriend's Facebook post even when…


Oppo unveils technology to charge smartphone in 15 minutes Oppo unveils technology to charge smartphone in 15 minutes

Chinese phone maker Oppo has announced world’s fastest charging technology that can charge your…


Internet by light promises to leave Wi-Fi eating dust Internet by light promises to leave Wi-Fi eating dust

Connecting your smartphone to the web with just a lamp -- that is the promise of Li-Fi, featuring Internet…


Novel way to convert CO2 and water into liquid hydrocarbon fuel Novel way to convert CO2 and water into liquid hydrocarbon fuel

A team of chemists and engineers has discovered that concentrated light, heat and high pressures can…


Peru oil spill pollutes Amazon rivers Peru oil spill pollutes Amazon rivers

At least 3,000 barrels of crude oil have been spilled in an Amazonian region after leaks from Peru's…


UK air pollution 'linked to 40,000 early deaths a year' UK air pollution 'linked to 40,000 early deaths a year'

Air pollution is contributing to about 40,000 early deaths a year in the UK, say the Royal Colleges…


Gorilla baby born at Bristol Zoo in 'rare' C-section Gorilla baby born at Bristol Zoo in 'rare' C-section

A baby gorilla is "doing well" after being delivered by Caesarean section in a rare operation…


This strange little sea snail uses water wings to 'fly' This strange little sea snail uses water wings to 'fly'

Is it a butterfly? A bee? An alien? Nope! It's a sea snail. A sea snail. From the sea.   This…


Twitter is bigger than Facebook in Japan Twitter is bigger than Facebook in Japan

Twitter Inc.TWTR -0.65% is now bigger than its rival Facebook FB +1.06% Inc. — in Japan, at least.…


Frozen ocean spotted on Pluto's 'Hulk-like' moon Charon Frozen ocean spotted on Pluto's 'Hulk-like' moon Charon

Pluto's largest moon, Charon, once had a sub-surface ocean that has long since frozen and expanded…


Small marine animals too may depend on sound for communication Small marine animals too may depend on sound for communication

While travelling up and down from the depths of the ocean to the water's surface to feed, the community…


Humans damaged Madagascar's forests 1,000 years ago Humans damaged Madagascar's forests 1,000 years ago

There’s no question that our species has had a dramatic impact on the planet’s physical…


Apple Pay to be available in China from this week Apple Pay to be available in China from this week

Apple has confirmed that its alliance with China's state-owned bankcard association, China UnionPay,…


New species of turtle found in Papua New Guinea New species of turtle found in Papua New Guinea

SYDNEY: A new species of freshwater turtle has been discovered in Papua New Guinea, one of a group which…


World's first flexible smartphone that bends it like Beckham! World's first flexible smartphone that bends it like Beckham!

Researchers in Canada have developed world's first flexible smartphone that uses bend sensors to…


Mega bug may hit thousands of devices Mega bug may hit thousands of devices

A major computer security vulnerability has been discovered - with experts cautiously warning it could…


Google Balloon to provide fast internet in remote areas Google Balloon to provide fast internet in remote areas

New York:  Google's ambitious project to deliver internet to remote parts of the world using…


Google doodles animated teapot-coffeemaker couple on Valentine’s Day Google doodles animated teapot-coffeemaker couple on Valentine’s Day

Google are celebrating Valentine’s Day with a doodle that shows a romantic gesture between two…


Marine vessel tracking system can help save wildlife Marine vessel tracking system can help save wildlife

A maritime vessel communication and navigational safety system may be effective not only in protecting…


21st Century US 'dustbowl' risk assessed 21st Century US 'dustbowl' risk assessed

US scientists have modelled how a 1930s-like "dustbowl" drought might impact American agriculture…


Albert Einstein: the man who predicted gravitational waves Albert Einstein: the man who predicted gravitational waves

The detection of gravitational waves, announced on Thursday, proves an Albert Einstein theory right.…


Gravitational waves from black holes detected Gravitational waves from black holes detected

Scientists are claiming a stunning discovery in their quest to fully understand gravity.   They…


Horses know when you are happy Horses know when you are happy

Horses have the ability to recognise human emotions as researches have shown that the ponies can distinguish…


Scientists discover hidden galaxies behind the Milky Way Scientists discover hidden galaxies behind the Milky Way

The discovery may help to explain the Great Attractor region, which appears to be drawing the Milky…


Twitter suspends 125,000 'terrorism' accounts Twitter suspends 125,000 'terrorism' accounts

Twitter says it has suspended more than 125,000 accounts since mid-2015 "for threatening or promoting…


Ancient wildebeest-like animal shared 'bizarre' feature with dinosaur Ancient wildebeest-like animal shared 'bizarre' feature with dinosaur

By poring over the fossilized skulls of ancient wildebeest-like animals (Rusingoryx atopocranion) unearthed…


Facebook steps to combat Zika virus Facebook steps to combat Zika virus

At a time when the world is bracing itself against the growing Zika virus, social networking giant Facebook…


DNA can determine whether you are a morning person: Study DNA can determine whether you are a morning person: Study

US researchers have identified a genetic variant that explains the preference of an individual to mornings…


Now, see your favourite stories on top of your Facebook News Feed Now, see your favourite stories on top of your Facebook News Feed

In a bid to deliver a more meaningful News Feed experience to its over 1.5 billion users, social networking…


NASA’s most powerful rocket to send 13 tiny satellites into space NASA’s most powerful rocket to send 13 tiny satellites into space

The Space Launch System (SLS) — NASA’s most powerful rocket ever that will launch an uncrewed…


Remote control Sperm Bot could fertilize eggs Remote control Sperm Bot could fertilize eggs

DRESDEN: Sperm, those tenacious, single-minded swimmers and deliverers of life, are being enlisted as…


Microsoft just put a data center under water Microsoft just put a data center under water

NEW YORK: Water and electronics usually don't mix. But Microsoft thinks dumping computers in the…


Small ponds emit huge share of greenhouse gases: Study Small ponds emit huge share of greenhouse gases: Study

Washington:  Tiny ponds less than a quarter of an acre in size play a disproportionately large…


Apple launches Airmail customisable mail client app Apple launches Airmail customisable mail client app

US tech giant Apple has launched a new app "Airmail", a lightning fast mail client for Mac…


China to release 6th giant panda into wild in spring China to release 6th giant panda into wild in spring

China will release another captive-bred giant panda into the wild in spring, according to a breeding…

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