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 Audi recalls 127,000 luxury cars 1h 5m Updated Audi recalls 127,000 luxury cars
Audi has recalled 127,000 of their luxury cars after authorities suspected they had been fitted with emissions-cheating devices.
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 Apple CEO doesn’t want his own nephew using social media 1h 7m Updated Apple CEO doesn’t want his own nephew using social media
Tim Cook talked at Harlow College in Essex, U.K., for the Friday announcement that 70 institutions across Europe will use Apple's Everyone Can Code.
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 Star Trek-style tractor beam could levitate HUMANS 1h 21m Updated Star Trek-style tractor beam could levitate HUMANS
For the first time engineers from the University of Bristol have shown it is possible to trap objects larger than the wavelength of sound in an acoustic tractor beam.
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 Amazon to debut cashier-less store in downtown Seattle 1h 36m Updated Amazon to debut cashier-less store in downtown Seattle
The Seattle grocery store allows shoppers to scan their smartphone with the Amazon Go app at a turnstile, pick out the items they want and leave.
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 Sevenoaks considering eco-friendly cremation alternative 2h Updated Sevenoaks considering eco-friendly cremation alternative
Sevenoaks District Council in Kent are considering creating the first 'green' crematorium which deep freezes remains to -200C before they are pulverised into powder.
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Trilobites: They Hunt. They Gather. They’re Very Good at Talking About Smells.3h Updated Trilobites: They Hunt. They Gather. They’re Very Good at Talking About Smells.
A study of hunter-gatherers on the Malay Peninsula suggests that culture plays a role in how we describe the odors all around us.
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In its own ‘war on plastic’, the UK government is a deserter | Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall7h In its own ‘war on plastic’, the UK government is a deserter | Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
The 25-year deadline spells doom for many ocean species. One supermarket’s pledge to ban plastics puts the target to shame The prime minister has
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Great Barrier Reef to get $60m rescue package from government9h Great Barrier Reef to get $60m rescue package from government
Malcolm Turnbull announces $36.6m will be spent on ‘supporting farmers stopping runoff’ to improve water quality Malcolm Turnbull has announced a $60m rescue package for the Great Barrier Reef which includes research on developing “resilient” coral, and paying farmers to pollute less. The package, to be spent over 18 months, will also include an increased number of reef officers and vessels targeting crown of thorns starfish outbreaks.
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 Can a £59 DNA kit tell you which diet will really work? 12h Can a £59 DNA kit tell you which diet will really work?
A high street DNA test claims it can tell you which diet is most likely to work based on your genetic make-up. At £59, the myDNA test is relatively affordable compared to £120 priced rivals.
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 The three minute fix to conquer anxiety 13h The three minute fix to conquer anxiety
Anna Maxted shared her experience of trying to regain control of her imagination by using Georgia Foster's 3 Minute Anxiety Fix and Virginia Alexandra's breathing tutorials.
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Search restarts for area willing to host highly radioactive UK waste21h Search restarts for area willing to host highly radioactive UK waste
Right geology and local consent are key in consultation due to be launched this week The government is expected this week to begin a nationwide search for a community willing to host an underground nuclear waste dump to store highly radioactive material for thousands of years. Britain has been trying for years to secure a site with the right geology and local communities who would volunteer to host a £12bn geological disposal facility (GDF), as a long-term solution for the most dangerous waste from nuclear power stations.
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Class war in the American west: the rich landowners blocking access to public lands26h Class war in the American west: the rich landowners blocking access to public lands
Private landowners present a rising threat to the millions of acres set aside for public use by blocking access to public lands The Diamond Bar X is a postcard-perfect slice of
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We must hope for real answers about Carillion. We don’t usually get them30h We must hope for real answers about Carillion. We don’t usually get them
Underbidding for contracts to bring in cash – if that is what has happened – is a dangerous practice. We need to know
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