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 Galaxy S9 specs leak in box pic 12 Jan 6:18pm Updated Galaxy S9 specs leak in box pic
If real, the box shows shows the handset will have a 5.8-inch Quad HD+ AMOLED display, with an 8-megapixel front-facing camera and 12 megapixel rear camera.
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 Psychologist explains why micro-cheating is on the rise 12 Jan 5:26pm Updated Psychologist explains why micro-cheating is on the rise
Have you been cheating on your partner without even realising it? You could be a micro-cheater. Australian Psychologist, Melanie Schilling, explained what this is and how to spot a cheater.
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 Facebook shares fall more than 4 per cent after changes 12 Jan 4:49pm Updated Facebook shares fall more than 4 per cent after changes
Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday that Facebook would change the filter for the News Feed to prioritize what friends and family share, while reducing the amount of non-advertising content from brands.
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 NASA image reveals the incredible cloud belts of Jupiter 12 Jan 4:26pm NASA image reveals the incredible cloud belts of Jupiter
The bands of vasts swirling cloud formations that travel at about 129,000 mph (60 km/s) over the gas giant planet's surface are clearly visible in the amazing image
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 The incredible cloud belts of Jupiter 12 Jan 3:22pm Updated The incredible cloud belts of Jupiter
The bands of vasts swirling cloud formations that travel at about 129,000 mph (60 km/s) over the gas giant planet's surface are clearly visible in the amazing image
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 USS Portland set to get laser weapon in historic Navy test 12 Jan 2:50pm Updated USS Portland set to get laser weapon in historic Navy test
The laser weapon will be fitted to the ship later this year as a 'technology demonstrator' officials said. It paves the way for laser weapons to be integrated across the Navy fleet.
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 YouTube to review popular channels for offensive content 12 Jan 1:57pm Updated YouTube to review popular channels for offensive content
The latest move is part of the San Bruno-based company's push to stop inappropriate content being shown alongside advertisers, according to an anonymous source.
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 Banks could be opening up your data to cyber-criminals 12 Jan 1:50pm Updated Banks could be opening up your data to cyber-criminals
From tomorrow, all banks and building societies will have to provide access to data from any regulated third party that asks for it. Here are four ways to make sure your data is safe (stock image).
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 Apple has already run out of replacement iPhone batteries 12 Jan 1:42pm Apple has already run out of replacement iPhone batteries
News of the delay first emerged from internal documents distributed by the Cupertino based company to Apple Stores and Apple authorised service providers.
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 Incredible alien rock Hypatia may predate our solar system 12 Jan 1:40pm Incredible alien rock Hypatia may predate our solar system
The discovery was made by researchers from the University of Johannesburg, who used advanced scanning techniques to analyse Hypatia's structure.
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 US military begins live-testing LaWS drone-killing laser 12 Jan 1:15pm Updated US military begins live-testing LaWS drone-killing laser
Live-tests of the new super laser, which is 'more precise than a bullet', have now begun in the Persian Gulf, and officials have predicted that it will be used in combat by 2020.
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 Facebook can track you using dust on your camera lens 12 Jan 12:48pm Updated Facebook can track you using dust on your camera lens
Facebook, based in San Francisco, California, outlines how it would connect users by matching similarities in the photos they upload in a newly found patent.
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 Netflix is now more popular than iPlayer in Britain 12 Jan 12:18pm Updated Netflix is now more popular than iPlayer in Britain
BBC iPlayer's share of Britain's daily viewing figures fell in 2017, despite the broadcaster introducing a host of new features in a bid to keep up with commercial rival Netflix.
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 Prototype of first full-colour satellite is now in space 12 Jan 11:59am Updated Prototype of first full-colour satellite is now in space
The British spacecraft is a pre-production model and if it performs well the Guildford-based company Earth-i will create another batch of five.
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 Supermassive black hole emits a ferocious ‘double burp’ 12 Jan 11:38am Supermassive black hole emits a ferocious ‘double burp’
Researchers from Nasa and the University of Colorado at Boulder have detected a distant supermassive black hole burping twice after engulfing a cloud of hot cosmic gas.
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 GM to build self-driving car fleet without steering wheels 12 Jan 10:57am Updated GM to build self-driving car fleet without steering wheels
The Detroit-based motoring firm's Cruise AV will be a rebranded version of GM's Chevrolet Bolt EV (pictured), which will do away with the need for a backup driver.
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 Why tough times are the key to a happy life 12 Jan 10:29am Why tough times are the key to a happy life
Lowri Dowthwaite, a psychologist at the University of Central Lancashire, argues that hardship and bad experiences are what makes our lives worthwhile (stock),
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 Intel says patches can cause reboot problems in old chips 12 Jan 10:25am Intel says patches can cause reboot problems in old chips
The Santa Clara firm has reportedly asked its cloud computing customers to hold off installing the updates, which may lead to unexpected system restarts.
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 Eyelashes with LEDs showcased at CES 2018 12 Jan 9:14am Eyelashes with LEDs showcased at CES 2018
The technology, created by Ritsumeikan University and Shiseido Company in Japan is called 'wireless power feeding,' and relies on microwaves to transmit power remotely.
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 Scientists create LED lights that attach to fake eyelashes 12 Jan 8:45am Scientists create LED lights that attach to fake eyelashes
The technology, created by Ritsumeikan University and Shiseido Company in Japan is called 'wireless power feeding,' and relies on microwaves to transmit power remotely.
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 Wireless charging technology dominates CES 2018 12 Jan 6:50am Updated Wireless charging technology dominates CES 2018
At the CES this year, wireless chargers were undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with. Countless companies offered everything from sleek new charging pads to long-range wireless systems.
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 Pet translator could be available in ten years time 12 Jan 6:50am Pet translator could be available in ten years time
Professor Con Slobodchikoff from Northern Arizona University is developing new technology that could interpret dog behaviour (stock image).
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 Biggest volcanic eruption in 100 years went unnoticed  12 Jan 6:50am Updated Biggest volcanic eruption in 100 years went unnoticed 
The University of Tazmania found that a 2012 eruption off the coast of New Zealand was the largest seen for a century. The findings have been described as a 'scientific goldmine.'
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 Virgin Galactic set to send tourists into space this year 12 Jan 6:50am Updated Virgin Galactic set to send tourists into space this year
Virgin Galactic's latest glide test saw VSS Unity sent up from California's Mojave Air and Space Port attached to a twin-fuselage White Knight carrier airplane.
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 Pollution hotspots revealed by new air quality tool 12 Jan 6:42am Pollution hotspots revealed by new air quality tool
An interactive app created by Leicester-based company EarthSense lets you type in your postcode and receive a rating from one to six, with one being the least polluted, based on nitrogen dioxide levels.
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 Facebook to emphasize friends not news in major changes 12 Jan 6:21am Updated Facebook to emphasize friends not news in major changes
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the global changes will transform Facebook's focus to help users have 'more meaningful social interactions' on the site.
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 Flu deaths soar by 77% in a week, figures show 12 Jan 5:56am Updated Flu deaths soar by 77% in a week, figures show
At least 93 people have lost their lives to the flu already this winter - 85 in England and eight in Scotland. Nearly 2,000 people have been left in hospital from the virus.
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 The supplements scientists use to protect their health 12 Jan 5:41am The supplements scientists use to protect their health
With so many supplements on the market, and so little research to back them up, choosing the right one can be a nightmare. Six experts explain what they take and why their daily doses help their health.
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 New tool lets you track how Facebook suggests new friends 12 Jan 5:29am Updated New tool lets you track how Facebook suggests new friends
Free software created by experts in San Francisco tracks every person Facebook suggests you might know to help you find out how the platform uses your personal information.
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 You could talk to your dog in ten years time 12 Jan 4:54am You could talk to your dog in ten years time
Professor Con Slobodchikoff from Northern Arizona University is developing new technology that could interpret dog behaviour (stock image).
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