Coding - it's a scary word. In fact, it's so scary that those of elder generation look with awe upon those who do it for a living. It certainly was something I never considered attempting at my young stage.
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If a glacier cracks and nobody hears it, does it still make a sound? "Oh, they moan and they groan," says Grant Deane, a researcher at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. "They crackle and rumble
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Android smartphone owners who aren’t running the latest version of their operating system might get some nasty surprises from malicious hackers in 2015. That’s because one of the core components of their
I work in the field of psychiatry. I don’t bring this up when meeting people unless specifically asked, because very often people get a bit nervous if I do. There are doubtless many reasons for this, one
Apple’s 12-inch MacBook Air has been rumored for a while now, but the computer is very real, according to a new report from 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman. The resourceful and consistently accurate site has revealed
Scientists at Oxford University have launched the first clinical trial of a new Ebola vaccine. The first of 72 healthy volunteers have already received the initial dose of a drug researchers hope could