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 Liars are harder to spot than you think! 12 Oct 10:16pm Updated Liars are harder to spot than you think!
Researchers from Edinburgh University believe liars may make a conscious effort to avoid 'tell-tale signs' of dishonesty, such as by attempting to look straight faced or standing rigidly.
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 Is your pet feline left out of your snaps? Snapchat launches its first filters for CATS 12 Oct 7:37pm Updated Is your pet feline left out of your snaps? Snapchat launches its first filters for CATS
In a tweet announcing the new feature, Snapchat showed off filters including a cat with bats flying around its face, and a few cat owners taking selfies with their grumpy-looking, glasses-wearing cats.
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 Facebook set to test unsend feature for messenger 12 Oct 6:43pm Updated Facebook set to test unsend feature for messenger
Facebook Messenger appears to be testing an unsend feature not unlike the one already available on Instagram. It would let users delete messages already sent to other users within a certain time frame.
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 US Marines developing laser weapon that can shout at foes them temporarily blind and burn them 12 Oct 6:29pm US Marines developing laser weapon that can shout at foes them temporarily blind and burn them
Using the different effect would allow operators to control crowds or enemies, first warning them before using the higher settings.
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 Boston Dynamics reveals its robot dog hard at work helping construction workers carry heavy loads 12 Oct 5:39pm Updated Boston Dynamics reveals its robot dog hard at work helping construction workers carry heavy loads
Boston Dynamics' robots are no longer just flipping and jumping over obstacles fun. A new video shows the sensor-equipped Spot robot dog touring several construction sites.
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 Australian women will be able to have babies without males, fertility expert says 12 Oct 2:35pm Australian women will be able to have babies without males, fertility expert says
Australian fertility expert Dr David Molloy said pregnancies will no longer need the input of males in the future thanks to the advancements in fertility technology after baby mice were born to two mothers.
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 So far so good! Major overhaul of key internet system completed 12 Oct 2:02pm So far so good! Major overhaul of key internet system completed
A major overhaul of a crucial component of the internet's domain name system has gone off without a hitch, contradicting earlier claims that it would cause serious outages.
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 Artificial oyster reefs being introduced in Scotland to correct overfishing in the 1800s 12 Oct 1:02pm Artificial oyster reefs being introduced in Scotland to correct overfishing in the 1800s
Twenty thousand oysters will be placed on artificial waste shell reefs to recreate the natural coral - the first time this has been attempted anywhere in Europe.
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 Biosphere 2 legacy lives on more than quarter century... 12 Oct 12:42pm Biosphere 2 legacy lives on more than quarter century...
Biosphere 2 is now a University of Arizona site where researchers from around the world can study everything from the effects of the ocean's acidification on coral to ways of ensuring food security.
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 Did SEXISM play a role in Serena Williams’ US open forfeit? 12 Oct 12:41pm Updated Did SEXISM play a role in Serena Williams’ US open forfeit?
According to data from the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open between 1998 and 2018, men are fined more often than women for every code-of-conduct violation except coaching.
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 Will Apple’s latest Watch crash when the clocks go back? 12 Oct 11:19am Will Apple’s latest Watch crash when the clocks go back?
Numerous reports from Australia claim that a bug in the product's Infograph Activity complication have caused it to reboot and stall as it tries to process the missing hour.
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 One in ten would use gene editing to make their child more attractive 12 Oct 11:17am One in ten would use gene editing to make their child more attractive
A total of 12 per cent (594 people) said they'd alter DNA for the sake of added intelligence, while 8 per cent (396 respondents) would modify genomes if it meant boosting a child's appearance.
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 Government slashes grant for electric cars and rescinds it for hybrids 12 Oct 10:41am Updated Government slashes grant for electric cars and rescinds it for hybrids
Cheekily, the DfT has said it may introduce the changes earlier if there's a surge in orders of electric and hybrid models with consumers trying to take advantage of the expiring rates.
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 New technology enables police to use DNA from sites like Ancestry.com to track down criminals 12 Oct 9:44am Updated New technology enables police to use DNA from sites like Ancestry.com to track down criminals
It just got easier for police to use a family member's DNA to catch people like Joseph James DeAngelo, the suspected Golden State Killer, thanks to new technology that's raising privacy concerns.
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 How to spot an orgasm: Study reveals how different culture vary 12 Oct 6:37am How to spot an orgasm: Study reveals how different culture vary
Researchers found Western and Eastern cultures agree on what our face looks like when we're in pain. But when it comes to what faces look during an orgasm, that's where the two cultures differ.
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