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Posted: Mar 9 '15
A solar powered aircraft has begun a record-breaking attempt to travel around the globe. Solar Impulse 2 took off from Abu Dhabi and is now heading east to Oman. With a wingspan of 72m, the aircraf...
Posted: Mar 9 '15
Recently, The World Post hosted its 'Future of Work' conference in London, drawing on academics and industry-leaders from a range of disciplines and sectors to provide an insight into the changes in m...
Posted: Mar 9 '15
If Apple had made the iPhone 6's battery bigger we would be using it far less, says Apple design chief Jony Ive. In an interview with the Financial Times, Ive answered the question of the iPhone ne...
Posted: Mar 9 '15
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has managed to produce another incredible picture in 2015, this time showing us a rare glimpse of a young star enveloped within a swirling nebula. What makes thi...
Posted: Mar 7 '15
For as long as we can trace back time story-telling has been the fabric of all society, bridging generations, communities and cultures. But never before the advent of the digital age has it been more ...
Posted: Mar 7 '15
I've always loved flying. For me, it's the ultimate combination of engineering and imagination, and it has allowed us to make the world a much smaller place, giving us easy access to new sights and ex...
Posted: Mar 7 '15
There was great chemistry last week in Belfast. Thanks to the first ever Northern Ireland Science Festival, the Royal Society of Chemistry, the British Council and teachers and pupils from 29 schools ...
Posted: Mar 7 '15
Nike has unveiled a major update to its Nike+ Running app, introducing support for wearable products from Garmin, TomTom, Wahoo Fitness and Netpulse for the first time. The announcement removes an...
Posted: Mar 7 '15
Apple Watch apps could be restricted to just 10 seconds of use if Apple's strict design guidelines are followed. Bloomberg reports that developers have encountered a strict set of guidelines which ...
Posted: Mar 7 '15
Supporters of Islamic State could control as many as 90,000 Twitter accounts worldwide, a new study suggests. The terror group exerts "an outsized impact on how the world perceives it" through soci...
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