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Microsoft to cut 700 employees in next layoff round: Report

Microsoft looks ready to cut 700 employees as part of the group of 2,850 that the company said it would be laying off in fiscal 2017.<p>Microsoft is …

Long term vegetarian diet changes human DNA raising risk of cancer and heart disease

Long term vegetarianism can lead to genetic mutations which raise the risk of heart disease and cancer, scientists have found.<p>Populations who have had a primarily vegetarian diet for generations were found to be far more likely to carry DNA which makes them susceptible to inflammation.<p>Scientists in …

3 location-based technologies reinventing data security

Today’s complicated data security landscape has begun to look a lot like a modern legend or fairytale.<p>Just like King Arthur gathered his knights to fight against enemies and supernatural forces to find the Holy Grail, organizations are constantly fighting hackers, malicious individuals and human …

Internet of Things

Revealed: The reason why we close our eyes while sharing a kiss

Psychologists at Royal Holloway University show the brain is unable to cope with the combination of visual data and tactile sensation of kissing<p>It used to be thought that people closed their eyes while sharing a kiss because their vision could not focus on something as close up as the other …

Scientists are fighting about whether a major psychology study is totally wrong

Are psychology studies really that hard to repeat?<p>Scientists are duking it out over whether a study on reproducibility has a reproducible conclusion. The high-profile study reported last year that many psychology findings can’t be replicated, but a separate group of researchers now claim the …

There are concerns that Anonymous' war on ISIS is doing more harm than good

But not everyone is thrilled about this.<p>There are growing concerns that, while well-intentioned, Anonymous' attempts to battle the militant Jihadist group are doing more harm than good.<p>"Anonymous from all over the world will hunt you down."<p>After the Paris terror attacks on Friday — that left more …

Terrorism