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Posted: Apr 30 '15
Astronomers are on the hunt for any witnesses to a meteor that exploded over Northern Ireland with the force of an 'atomic bomb'. According to the Irish Times, the fireball appeared in the night sk...
Posted: Apr 30 '15
Despite a name that could belong to a Swedish EDM band, this modular smartphone from Fonkraft, currently seeking crowdfunding on Indiegogo, looks to give Google's long-awaited Project Ara device a run...
Posted: Apr 30 '15
How long do you wait after sending an email before you chase the recipient for a reply? A client had an email from one of their clients at about 5:30 pm when they had already left for the day. The ema...
Posted: Apr 30 '15
This week has seen Britain's financial technology sector welcome its first business valued at $1bn. Funding Circle, a crowdfunding platform that allows savers to lend money directly to small and mediu...
Posted: Apr 30 '15
This week has seen Britain's financial technology sector welcome its first business valued at $1bn. Funding Circle, a crowdfunding platform that allows savers to lend money directly to small and mediu...
Posted: Apr 30 '15
The race to the General Election has started and the political parties have now all released their manifestos ahead of 7 May. Anyone who tuned in for the Budget last month will already know what the T...
Posted: Apr 30 '15
The permanent headquarters of the world's biggest radio telescope is set to be based in Britain, it has been announced. Members of the international Square Kilometre Array (Ska) project said they had ...
Posted: Apr 30 '15
Twitter's recent policies and services update to better combat abuse was timely and necessary. When certain lines are crossed, whatever the underlying meaning of the behaviour, a response is required ...
Posted: Apr 30 '15
When you think about it, underperforming by $20m isn't actually that bad when you consider that the news of underperforming by $20m ended up costing $8bn. Surreally, that's the situation that Twitt...
Posted: Apr 30 '15
NASA is building a space clock. Now you might be asking yourself: "Why, do they not have clocks in space already?" They do, but the fact is they're just nowhere near accurate enough. What they need...
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