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 Ukraine woman buried alive with dead husband found 3000 years later  12 Jul 7:48pm Ukraine woman buried alive with dead husband found 3000 years later 
The couple, from the prehistoric Wysocko culture were found locked in a loving embrace near Petrykiv village, south of the city of Ternopil in western Ukraine.
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 US and Europe clash over global supersonic jet noise 12 Jul 7:46pm US and Europe clash over global supersonic jet noise
A U.S. push for new global standards to kickstart its fledgling supersonic jet industry is facing resistance by European nations that want tough rules on noise.
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 Elon Musk vows to put water filters in every home in Flint that needs one 12 Jul 7:41pm Elon Musk vows to put water filters in every home in Flint that needs one
Residents in Flint whose homes still may need new water lines due to lead contamination may have a new benefactor in Elon Musk.The tech billionaire offered his services in a tweet on Wednesday.
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 T-log autonomous vehicle can ferry felled forests without human help  12 Jul 7:27pm T-log autonomous vehicle can ferry felled forests without human help 
Fleet of T-logs will be coordinated by an intelligent routing system, optimizing delivery time, battery life and energy consumption.
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 Microsoft declares war on Slack with free version of its Teams app 12 Jul 7:25pm Microsoft declares war on Slack with free version of its Teams app
Microsoft has introduced a free tier of its workplace collaboration software Teams to better compete against rival Slack.
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 Facebook tests Messenger tool that could make it easier to spot trolls 12 Jul 7:23pm Facebook tests Messenger tool that could make it easier to spot trolls
Facebook will soon be able to notify you if Russian trolls are sliding into your DMs. Messages from unknown users will display specific info like when the account was created, and more.
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 NASA says asteroid that passed by Earth last month was actually twins 12 Jul 7:03pm NASA says asteroid that passed by Earth last month was actually twins
Asteroid 2017 YE5 was first spotted on Dec 21, 2017 by the Morocco Oukaimeden Sky Survey, and made its closest approach to Earth last month, on June 21.
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 High-energy rays that have baffled scientists for 100 years are traced to giant elliptical galaxy 12 Jul 7:03pm Updated High-energy rays that have baffled scientists for 100 years are traced to giant elliptical galaxy
Discovering the ghost-like particle could provide an entirely new way of looking at the cosmos. It was found using the IceCube observatory, a huge facility sunk a mile beneath the surface of the South Pole.
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 Skeletons of 125 WWI soldiers are found frozen in time where they fell during the Great War 12 Jul 7:01pm Skeletons of 125 WWI soldiers are found frozen in time where they fell during the Great War
The formidable trench fortification on top of a hill in a village near the city Ypres in Flanders, Belgium, has remained covered over and untouched since the end of the conflict.
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 Facebook tests new Messenger feature that could make it easier to spot messages from trolls 12 Jul 6:46pm Facebook tests new Messenger feature that could make it easier to spot messages from trolls
Facebook will soon be able to notify you if Russian trolls are sliding into your DMs. Messages from unknown users will display specific info like when the account was created, and more.
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 NASA publishes global maps of Pluto and its moon Charon 12 Jul 6:40pm Updated NASA publishes global maps of Pluto and its moon Charon
Researchers with NASA’s New Horizons mission have created the most detailed topographic maps yet of Pluto and its moon Charon, capturing some of the most remarkable features
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 Groundbreaking cochlear implant lets deaf gerbils hear light 12 Jul 6:24pm Updated Groundbreaking cochlear implant lets deaf gerbils hear light
Researchers from University Medical Center Gottingen, Germany developed a light-based cochlear implant for gerbils that allowed them to respond to light stimuli as they would to sound.
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 Facebook is DOWN: Social media uproar as the app keeps crashing 12 Jul 5:26pm Updated Facebook is DOWN: Social media uproar as the app keeps crashing
The outage appears to be largely affecting users from Europe and the US. It is impacting the Android version of the app following a recent update.
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 One month without a smartphone: This is what one MailOnline journalist learnt  12 Jul 4:57pm Updated One month without a smartphone: This is what one MailOnline journalist learnt 
London-based journalist Phoebe Weston moved from being an armchair critic to living a post-smartphone life and turned off her iPhone for one month.
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 Walmart patents surveillance tool to listen to employees conversations 12 Jul 4:48pm Walmart patents surveillance tool to listen to employees conversations
Walmart has raised the ire of privacy advocates with a new patent for an audio surveillance tool. A patent describes the use of sensors that would analyze conversations to rate employees.
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 Criminals are caught selling codes to access airport security systems 12 Jul 2:17pm Criminals are caught selling codes to access airport security systems
According Santa Clara-based researchers at McAfee's Advanced Threat Research team, the attackers probably guessed random passwords until they got the right ones (stock).
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 Did King Richard III murder the two children of his predecessor, Edward IV? 12 Jul 2:07pm Updated Did King Richard III murder the two children of his predecessor, Edward IV?
The direct descendant of the two young princes - Edward V and Richard, Duke of York - is the English opera singer Elizabeth Roberts who provided a DNA sample.
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 Man and woman found together in Ukrainian grave 12 Jul 1:58pm Updated Man and woman found together in Ukrainian grave
The couple, from the prehistoric Wysocko culture were found locked in a loving embrace near Petrykiv village, south of the city of Ternopil in western Ukraine.
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 Fortnite Season Five update brings Wild West themed heroes and ATKs 12 Jul 1:56pm Fortnite Season Five update brings Wild West themed heroes and ATKs
After a Fortnite burger appeared in the Californian desert, Fortnite is finally preparing to launch the much-anticipated season five after scheduled downtime starting at 9am BST.
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 Bayeux Tapestry features 93 PENISES (and the horse of William the Conqueror has the largest) 12 Jul 1:53pm Bayeux Tapestry features 93 PENISES (and the horse of William the Conqueror has the largest)
George Garnett, a professor of medieval history at Oxford University, has looked at the human and horse genitalia in the Bayeux Tapestry to understand more about its makers.
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 Half of parents talk on the phone while driving their young children around 12 Jul 12:59pm Updated Half of parents talk on the phone while driving their young children around
A new study by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing found and one in seven parents also use social media while driving (stock image).
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 Shocking photographs show two adorable polar bear cubs playing with large plastic sheets 12 Jul 11:07am Shocking photographs show two adorable polar bear cubs playing with large plastic sheets
The Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard is hundreds of miles from continental Europe and has a population of about 2,500, yet researchers found plastic waste wherever they went.
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 Exoplanet Ross 128 b could have perfect conditions for life 12 Jul 10:50am Exoplanet Ross 128 b could have perfect conditions for life
Researchers from Brazil's National Observatory used the Sloan Digital Sky Survey’s Apogee spectroscopic instrument at Apache Point Observatory in New Mexico to make the finding.
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 Google Chrome update teases new redesign for popular web browser 12 Jul 10:03am Google Chrome update teases new redesign for popular web browser
The Mountain View-based firm has revealed an early look at its upcoming redesign for the Chrome browser. The new look is set to be the first drastic change to the design of the browser since 2014.
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 Google Chrome update teases dramatic new redesign for popular web browser 12 Jul 9:20am Google Chrome update teases dramatic new redesign for popular web browser
The Mountain View-based firm has revealed an early look at its upcoming redesign for the Chrome browser. The new look is set to be the first drastic change to the design of the browser since 2014.
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 Rocky world 11 light years away could have the perfect conditions for life to thrive  12 Jul 9:16am Rocky world 11 light years away could have the perfect conditions for life to thrive 
Researchers from Brazil's National Observatory used the Sloan Digital Sky Survey’s Apogee spectroscopic instrument at Apache Point Observatory in New Mexico to make the finding.
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 Hackers are caught selling codes to access AIRPORT security systems on the dark web for just £7 12 Jul 9:07am Hackers are caught selling codes to access AIRPORT security systems on the dark web for just £7
According Santa Clara-based researchers at McAfee's Advanced Threat Research team, the attackers probably guessed random passwords until they got the right ones (stock).
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 The four easy rules to help determine where to place hyphens 12 Jul 8:41am Updated The four easy rules to help determine where to place hyphens
Christina Sanchez-Stockhammer, who is a linguistics professor at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, produced the rules after examining thousands of English words.
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 Uber lays off 100 safety drivers following a fatal crash in Arizona 12 Jul 7:43am Uber lays off 100 safety drivers following a fatal crash in Arizona
Uber has made 100 redundancies at its Pittsburgh base of operations where the firm has been conducted lab tests since its on-road privileges were suspended in March.
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 Marshlands across the UK could VANISH by 2100 due to sea-level rise 12 Jul 5:41am Updated Marshlands across the UK could VANISH by 2100 due to sea-level rise
Scientists at Durham University have found a rise in sea levels over the last 10,000 years has led to increased water-logging of the salt marshes, killing vegetation that protects them from erosion.
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 Men who sexually harass employees are worried people think they are not qualified for their job 12 Jul 5:04am Updated Men who sexually harass employees are worried people think they are not qualified for their job
Ohio-based researchers have delved into the psyche of men, such as Harvey Weinstein who sexually harass people at work as part of a new study.
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 Human ancestors left Africa 2.1 million years ago journeying to Asia 12 Jul 2:50am Human ancestors left Africa 2.1 million years ago journeying to Asia
The stone tools were discovered at Shangchen in the southern Chinese Loess Plateau by a team that was led by Professor Zhaoyu Zhu of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
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 Abandoned Civilisations unravels the mysteries of over 90 lost worlds 12 Jul 12:43am Abandoned Civilisations unravels the mysteries of over 90 lost worlds
Abandoned Civilisations by British author Kieron Connolly reveals how vast societies can rise and fall, leaving behind ruined cities and towns that have been reclaimed by nature.
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