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Report: Facebook served ads to nearly TWO MILLION underage users for gambling and alcohol 9 Oct 6:57pm Report: Facebook served ads to nearly TWO MILLION underage users for gambling and alcohol
The ads were served via Facebook's targeted marketing algorithm which aggregates users likes and interests to help key-in on products and services that a user might want to buy, but doesn't factor in age.
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Censored pages from popular medieval French romance that describes a sexual encounter found 9 Oct 6:16pm Updated Censored pages from popular medieval French romance that describes a sexual encounter found
It was used for a book binding, but experts have determined that the scroll is missing lines of an ancient '50 Shades of Gray' novel describing the sexual encounters of the two main characters.
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Engineers design camera lens that is 20 TIMES thinner than human hair to make phones perfectly flat 9 Oct 5:08pm Engineers design camera lens that is 20 TIMES thinner than human hair to make phones perfectly flat
A new lens could get rid of the unsightly camera bump on the back of smartphones. Engineers say the lens is thin, lightweight and has thermal abilities to look for heat signatures.
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Giant 8 feet-long meat-eating dinosaur that lived 145million years ago is discovered in Thailand 9 Oct 5:02pm Giant 8 feet-long meat-eating dinosaur that lived 145million years ago is discovered in Thailand
Palaeontologists Duangsuda Chokchaloemwong of the Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University analysed remains (left and right inset), found in the Thai province of Nakhon Ratchasima (right)
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Study that warned men to stop drinking before trying for a baby is debunked 9 Oct 4:59pm Updated Study that warned men to stop drinking before trying for a baby is debunked
A recent study that claimed men who drank while trying to conceive with their partners were at greater risk of children with heart disease turns out to have been based on presumptions not science.
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Indian space agency reveals high resolution photos of moon from orbit 9 Oct 4:59pm Indian space agency reveals high resolution photos of moon from orbit
The Indian Space Research Organisation's lunar probe Chandrayaan-2's is studying the moon's topography, its chemical composition and the distribution of its minerals.
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Asteroid added to ESA Risk List as 4th most dangerous that could hit Earth in 65 years 9 Oct 4:07pm Asteroid added to ESA Risk List as 4th most dangerous that could hit Earth in 65 years
A new asteroid has been added to the Risk List and it could hit Earth in less than 70 years. Called 2019 SU3 is believe to impact our planet on Sept. 16, 2084 -- and there is a 1 in 152 chances of the event.
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Huge increase in Acrtic methane emissions cause sea to boil in Siberia 9 Oct 3:56pm Updated Huge increase in Acrtic methane emissions cause sea to boil in Siberia
Scientists in the Arctic observed a huge fountain of methane gas coming from the seafloor and causing the sea to appear as if it were boiling, something caused by thawing permafrost.
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Android founder reveals new long, thin smartphone that resembles walkie talkie 9 Oct 1:30pm Android founder reveals new long, thin smartphone that resembles walkie talkie
Android creator Andy Rubin is trying to change the landscape of the smartphone industry yet again with 'Project Gem,' an elongated new device meant to be usable at a glance.
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Warty octopuses that grow grotesque-looking blemishes on their skin the deeper they live 9 Oct 12:24pm Warty octopuses that grow grotesque-looking blemishes on their skin the deeper they live
Lumpy looking octopuses, once believed to be different species, are in fact the same octopus as their smooth skinned shallow water cousins. Scientists are puzzled as to why the warts occur.
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The highest resolution photos ever taken of the moon from orbit are revealed by Indian space agency 9 Oct 11:50am The highest resolution photos ever taken of the moon from orbit are revealed by Indian space agency
The Indian Space Research Organisation's lunar probe Chandrayaan-2's is studying the moon's topography, its chemical composition and the distribution of its minerals.
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Global summer heatwave sets almost 400 all-time high temperatures in 29 countries 9 Oct 11:31am Global summer heatwave sets almost 400 all-time high temperatures in 29 countries
Intense heatwaves hit the UK, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and the Netherlands which all reported new record highs in July. Temperatures in France rose above 113°F (45°C) for the first time.
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Huge four-inch long parasitic wasps are discovered in the Ugandan jungle 9 Oct 10:27am Huge four-inch long parasitic wasps are discovered in the Ugandan jungle
Researchers from University of Turku, in Finland, discovered the species Epirhyssa quagga and Epirhyssa johanna in the Kibale National Park in Uganda.
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Thousands of customers may have had their credit card data stolen in a hack on 6,500 online stores 9 Oct 10:06am Updated Thousands of customers may have had their credit card data stolen in a hack on 6,500 online stores
Among the affected parties are the Sesame Street Live online store which sells various merchandise from the popular kids show and the official website for the late painting icon, Bob Ross.
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Low-income individuals are forced to buy affordable Androids that are a hackers dream 9 Oct 9:22am Updated Low-income individuals are forced to buy affordable Androids that are a hackers dream
A privacy group stated cheap Androids are unable to support new operating systems or update apps, leaving phones vulnerable to hackers and data thieves -but this is all some people can afford.
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