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Posted: May 18 '17
There is always quite a bit of controversy around female gamers - some feeling like the odd one out, not part of the gaming community, hard done by, abused, threatened, sexualised and objectified. I f...
Posted: May 18 '17
Taking an ethnic DNA test is never innocent. Once you have opened the box and all the genes have been analysed, you are left with more questions than answers. I took an AncestryDNA test with the vi...
Posted: May 18 '17
We can confirm BMW’s brand-new 5 Series will play Spotify from your iPhone. For many, this feature will play an increasingly large part in how they choose a car. To say that this is the pi...
Posted: May 17 '17
Today’s Google Doodle is a special one, you see it celebrates the discovery of the Antikythera mechanism, a device that many believe is the world’s oldest computer. Discovered in a ship...
Posted: May 17 '17
Elysium Space is a San Francisco based company that will give people the option to have ashes sent into space aboard SpaceX’s very own Falcon 9 rocket. Whatever the reasons for wanting it, the ...
Posted: May 17 '17
In a recent comment on The Guardian discussing the highs and lows of freelancing, Thea de Gallier writes of social media: 'I spend hours looking at people whose lives seem to be going much better than...
Posted: May 17 '17
The evidence is clear, exercising can actually protect the human brain from Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study. Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia, a degenerative ...
Posted: May 17 '17
Microsoft have created a one-of-a-kind watch that is able to “hack the brain” in people with Parkinson’s disease and help calm tremors that prevent them from doing daily activities.&...
Posted: May 17 '17
How does Twitter bring in money in a way that doesn't push people out? This is the central question the social media platform faces when its shareholders meet next week. The answer could be that we bu...
Posted: May 17 '17
During its 12 year exploration of Saturn, NASA’s Cassini probe has returned some spectacular photography. Among the most striking photos are those of the planet’s polar vortex, a persisten...
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