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 Every desk at Apple Park can turn standing at the touch of a button  14 Jun 10:08pm Updated Every desk at Apple Park can turn standing at the touch of a button 
In 2015 Tim Cook said sitting is ‘the new cancer’ while talking about Apple Watch. All employees at Apple Park will receive standing desks that are likely custom-made.
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 Airbus reveals the latest recruits to its A320 production line 14 Jun 7:09pm Airbus reveals the latest recruits to its A320 production line
The two robots, whose names were chosen by employees, will in particular help to drill over 2,000 holes to join the two halves of the fuselage together, work normally done by humans.
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 NASA astronauts start spacewalk to install high-def cameras 14 Jun 7:09pm NASA astronauts start spacewalk to install high-def cameras
Two US astronauts embarked on a spacewalk Thursday to install a pair of high-definition video cameras designed to help visiting commercial spaceships dock at the International Space Station.
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 Space catapult startup gets $40 MILLION investment from Google and Airbus 14 Jun 7:06pm Space catapult startup gets $40 MILLION investment from Google and Airbus
A Silicon Valley startup has devised an ingenious way of sending rockets into space. Instead of using propellants like a typical launch, SpinLaunch would slingshot them into space.
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 Instagram algorithm studies what you like and who you follow 14 Jun 7:05pm Instagram algorithm studies what you like and who you follow
Instagram has lifted the lid off of the science that powers its feed. The firm gave a detailed look at how its algorithm works, saying its based on recency, relationships and interests.
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 Google pitched AI to military bosses even as it was winding down controversial Project Maven 14 Jun 6:49pm Google pitched AI to military bosses even as it was winding down controversial Project Maven
Documents from a military convention show Google has been talking to members of the US special operations community about how it could use its AI, according to Defense One.
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 NASA astronauts start spacewalk to install high-def... 14 Jun 6:36pm Updated NASA astronauts start spacewalk to install high-def...
Two US astronauts embarked on a spacewalk Thursday to install a pair of high-definition video cameras designed to help visiting commercial spaceships dock at the International Space Station.
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 Chinese e-commerce company JD.com is running a nearly autonomous warehouse 14 Jun 4:31pm Chinese e-commerce company JD.com is running a nearly autonomous warehouse
Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com has constructed a 100,000 square foot fulfillment center that handles as many as 200,000 orders each day - and it only has four employees.
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 Is YOUR child addicted to Fortnite? Experts warn of impending crisis as children become obsessed 14 Jun 4:00pm Is YOUR child addicted to Fortnite? Experts warn of impending crisis as children become obsessed
Fortnite is most popular video game in the world with 40 million monthly players. Obsessive patterns are common in video games but Fortnite may be worse.
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 Pictured: The secret US cities built during WWII to build the atomic bomb 14 Jun 3:49pm Updated Pictured: The secret US cities built during WWII to build the atomic bomb
Shielded from public view by natural barriers and security fences, the vast conurbations in Tennessee, New Mexico and Washington sprang up in a matter of months from the fall of 1942.
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 Robots Luise, Renate join Airbus A320 production line... 14 Jun 3:36pm Robots Luise, Renate join Airbus A320 production line...
The two robots, whose names were chosen by employees, will in particular help to drill over 2,000 holes to join the two halves of the fuselage together, work normally done by humans.
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 Supersonic missile is developed for Israel Air Force 14 Jun 2:35pm Supersonic missile is developed for Israel Air Force
The air-to-surface missile, dubbed 'the Rampage' after a popular video game, was manufactured by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and Israel Military Industry Systems (IMI).
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 Study finds crime rates drop by up to 25 percent in Chicago during major sporting events 14 Jun 2:30pm Updated Study finds crime rates drop by up to 25 percent in Chicago during major sporting events
A study found that televised sporting events reduces the number of violent, property and drug crime reports by as much as 25 percent during the game.
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 US Depart of Defense developing X-ray bomb that can knock out chemical and biological weapon sites 14 Jun 2:17pm Updated US Depart of Defense developing X-ray bomb that can knock out chemical and biological weapon sites
The DoD  has contracted Hyperion Technology Group to develop a prototype, which would fit inside an existing warhead casing, and could also be used in close combat.
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 Famed Stanford prison experiment about power was based on lies 14 Jun 2:10pm Updated Famed Stanford prison experiment about power was based on lies
The revelations by New York-based Dr Ben Blum have sent scientists into uproar, with some calling for the experiment and its findings to be wiped from psychology textbooks worldwide.
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 Study: 2014 Napa quake may be linked to groundwater... 14 Jun 2:00pm Study: 2014 Napa quake may be linked to groundwater...
Research suggests the magnitude 6.0 earthquake that rocked California wine country in 2014 may have been caused by an expansion of Earth's crust because of seasonally receding groundwater under the Napa and Sonoma valleys.
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 The rise of the older stoners! 14 Jun 1:21pm Updated The rise of the older stoners!
York University scientists searched for cannabis-related issues, such as dependency, in records from drug treatment centres across England and Wales to make the conclusion.
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 Windows 10 warning: Cortana can be used to bypass your password 14 Jun 12:43pm Updated Windows 10 warning: Cortana can be used to bypass your password
The hack leverages a flaw in digital assistant Cortana, which is available on Windows 10 worldwide. The flaw allows hackers to browse your private files, install a virus, and even reset your password.
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 Experts claim cartoon villains reinforce negative skin stereotypes 14 Jun 11:21am Experts claim cartoon villains reinforce negative skin stereotypes
Researchers at the University of Texas say giving villains in animated movies skin issues such as wrinkles and moles is making people more self-conscious about their own skin problems.
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 Apple to undercut popular law enforcement tool for cracking iPhones 14 Jun 11:07am Updated Apple to undercut popular law enforcement tool for cracking iPhones
Apple Inc said on Wednesday it will change its iPhone settings to undercut the most popular means for law enforcement to break into the devices.
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 British Isles were repeatedly submerged under ice sheet a million years earlier than thought 14 Jun 11:06am British Isles were repeatedly submerged under ice sheet a million years earlier than thought
A research team, led by scientists from the Universities of Aberdeen and Manchester, analysed sediment cores and seismic data from deep beneath the North Sea to make the discovery.
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 Killer robots could enslave humanity before wiping us out 14 Jun 10:34am Killer robots could enslave humanity before wiping us out
The comments were made by MIT Professor Max Tegmark, during an almost 20 minute long presentation at the Ted 2018 conference, held in Vancouver, Canada.
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 Famed Stanford prison experiment that shows we naturally abuse power was based on LIES 14 Jun 6:30am Updated Famed Stanford prison experiment that shows we naturally abuse power was based on LIES
The revelations by New York-based Dr Ben Blum have sent scientists into uproar, with some calling for the experiment and its findings to be wiped from psychology textbooks worldwide.
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 WhatsApp down: Frustrated users worldwide as app crashes 14 Jun 5:05am Updated WhatsApp down: Frustrated users worldwide as app crashes
The main areas affected by the Facebook-owned app, which is used by more than one billion people globally, appear to be Europe, South Africa, Indonesia and Hong Kong.
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 WhatsApp is DOWN: Frustrated users worldwide are left unable to send and receive messages 14 Jun 4:28am Updated WhatsApp is DOWN: Frustrated users worldwide are left unable to send and receive messages
The main areas affected by the Facebook-owned app, which is used by more than one billion people globally, appear to be Europe, South Africa, Indonesia and Hong Kong.
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