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 Did borrowing the Bayeux Tapestry cost Britain £45m? 17 Jan 10:24pm Updated Did borrowing the Bayeux Tapestry cost Britain £45m?
Britain yesterday submitted to French demands for another £45million to stop migrants sneaking across the Channel. UK taxpayers will foot the bill for extra measures.
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 How to time your life to perfection 17 Jan 8:54pm How to time your life to perfection
Perfect timing is a science. Indeed, research findings that I have analysed from across the world offer very useful help in the way we make decisions. Drawing on my experience, here are some top tips.
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 Bayeux Tapestry is to be displayed in Britain 17 Jan 7:58pm Updated Bayeux Tapestry is to be displayed in Britain
Preparations are under way to move the fabric - which shows the conquest of England by Norman invaders - across the Channel in a bid to show the strength of the British-French relationship.
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 Hidden cameras offer unique glimpse of animals in the wild 17 Jan 7:11pm Updated Hidden cameras offer unique glimpse of animals in the wild
As these devices get ever smaller, cheaper and more reliable, scientists across the U.S. are using them to document elusive creatures like never before.
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 Chart reveals how long it takes for frostbite to occur 17 Jan 6:47pm Chart reveals how long it takes for frostbite to occur
The chart is the latest popular data visualization from the Data Duo, displaying the time it would take for frostbite to occur under different conditions, using bright colours and an interactive layout.
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 Cannabis users are more likely to feel deceived by others 17 Jan 5:51pm Cannabis users are more likely to feel deceived by others
Researchers from the National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse in Maryland found marijuana increases signal connectivity in regions of the brain that have been linked to psychosis.
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 Apple to contribute $350b to U.S. economy over 5 years 17 Jan 5:26pm Updated Apple to contribute $350b to U.S. economy over 5 years
Apple released a statement on Wednesday, saying they will contribute $350billion to the U.S. economy over the next five years.
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 Internet use leading people to believe in many religions 17 Jan 4:48pm Internet use leading people to believe in many religions
New research from Baylor University suggests internet use is bringing on a phenomenon known as 'religious tinkering,' in which people dabble in many different belief systems.
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 Facebook, Twitter, YouTube pressed over terror content 17 Jan 4:41pm Facebook, Twitter, YouTube pressed over terror content
Facebook told the Committee it was 'preventing recruitment by disrupting the underlying ideologies that drive people to commit acts of violence' - but was told efforts are not enough by Senators.
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 UPDATE 1-Twitter may notify users exposed to Russian... 17 Jan 4:27pm UPDATE 1-Twitter may notify users exposed to Russian...
Twitter may notify users whether they were exposed to content generated by a suspected Russian propaganda service, a company executive told U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday.
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 French startup launches hydrogen-powered bicyles 17 Jan 3:30pm French startup launches hydrogen-powered bicyles
Pragma, which is based in Biarritz and makes fuel cells for military use, has sold 60 hydrogen-powered bikes to French municipalities including Saint Lo, Cherbourg, Chambery and Bayonne.
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 How to free up storage on iPhone  17 Jan 3:21pm How to free up storage on iPhone 
From checking app storage in iOS to the 'Lord of the Rings' movie trick, there are simple ways to free up storage on your iPhone. Read our simple guide of how to check your memory and free up space.
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 Sweatcoin app gives you money based on distance walked 17 Jan 1:42pm Updated Sweatcoin app gives you money based on distance walked
London-based start-up Sweatcoin pays users with a cryptocurrency that can be spent on real-life goods such as clothes or food and is the fastest growing health app ever.
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 Suppliers ship 1m HomePod speakers to Apple 17 Jan 12:55pm Updated Suppliers ship 1m HomePod speakers to Apple
The Taipei Times claims Apple supplier Inventec has begun a limited shipment of one million speakers to Apple.
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 Commute-busting drone set for UK launch in March 17 Jan 12:50pm Updated Commute-busting drone set for UK launch in March
Scheduled for launch in London this March, the drone by Autonomous Flight, dubbed 'Y6S', will be the first in the world to carry passengers - and could revolutionise city commutes.
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 YouTube tightens rules to protect advertisers 17 Jan 12:43pm Updated YouTube tightens rules to protect advertisers
From February 20, San Bruno-based company YouTube says channels will need at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time to make money from adverts.
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 Catalyst can convert carbon dioxide into useful plastics 17 Jan 12:27pm Catalyst can convert carbon dioxide into useful plastics
Researchers at the University of Toronto and University of California, Berkeley, have developed a copper catalyst that can convert carbon dioxide into a core component of everyday plastics.
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 A ‘potentially hazardous’ asteroid is flying past Earth  17 Jan 11:49am Updated A ‘potentially hazardous’ asteroid is flying past Earth 
The 2002 AJ129 asteroid is set to hurtle past our planet on the 4th February at around 2,615,128 miles (4,208,641km) away - which is relatively close in space terms (stock image).
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 Quiz to assess early death risk 17 Jan 11:23am Quiz to assess early death risk
This 10-minute Public Health England (PHE) test assesses how healthy your lifestyle is. At the end, you will get a score out of 10 and helpful advice on how to be healthier.
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 Aldie teacher folms soap bubbles turning into ice crystals 17 Jan 11:05am Aldie teacher folms soap bubbles turning into ice crystals
Pre-school teacher Girlie Figueroa captured the phenomenon (pictured) during sub-zero temperatures in Aldie, Virginia, after being inspired by photographs and footage online.
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 Runes engraved by early Vikings are discovered in Denmark  17 Jan 10:35am Runes engraved by early Vikings are discovered in Denmark 
Researchers based at Aarhus University in Denmark have discovered a comb and plate engraved by Vikings 1,200 years ago, at a time when a new alphabet began to be used.
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 Footage shows falling meteorite light up Detroit 17 Jan 9:10am Updated Footage shows falling meteorite light up Detroit
Footage of a meteorite falling from the heavens was captured by a man in Allen Park, Michigan Tuesday evening.
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 How mantis shrimps pulverise their prey 17 Jan 8:59am Updated How mantis shrimps pulverise their prey
Scientists at the University of California, Riverside, have discovered how the Mantis Shrimp delivers its devastating punch without destroying its own limbs.
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 Amazon patents a robot that can tailor clothes 17 Jan 6:27am Amazon patents a robot that can tailor clothes
Seattle-based Amazon has filed a patent for machines that use fluorescent dyes to guide and direct machines when making customised clothes.
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 People are more likely to lie in a second language 17 Jan 6:21am People are more likely to lie in a second language
Our first language is often more closely tied to our emotions, which makes us more vulnerable and honest when we're speaking it, according to a study by the University of Manchester (stock).
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 New artificial intelligence can see the age of your cells 17 Jan 5:56am Updated New artificial intelligence can see the age of your cells
Scientists from Insilico Medicine have developed a computer algorithm that can assess a person's risk of developing age-related diseases, and give medical advice based on those risks.
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 Virtual currencies such as Bitcoin take double-digit falls 17 Jan 5:13am Virtual currencies such as Bitcoin take double-digit falls
Prices of Bitcoin and other digital currencies have skidded after South Korea’s top financial policymaker said Tuesday that a crackdown on trading of crypto currencies was possible.
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 Virtual currencies take double-digit falls 17 Jan 3:09am Virtual currencies take double-digit falls
Prices of Bitcoin and other digital currencies have skidded after South Korea’s top financial policymaker said Tuesday that a crackdown on trading of crypto currencies was possible.
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 Footage shows falling meteorite lights up neighborhood 17 Jan 2:38am Footage shows falling meteorite lights up neighborhood
Footage of a meteorite falling from the heavens was captured by a man in Allen Park, Michigan Tuesday evening.
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 Robot implant is created to treat baby eating defect 17 Jan 2:14am Robot implant is created to treat baby eating defect
Researchers at University of Sheffield and Boston's Children Hospital, Harvard Medical School, have developed a revolutionary prototype robotic implant which encourages tissue growth in babies.
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