After scouring 100,000 galaxies, scientists say that 50 are emitting unusally high levels of radiation which could hint at alien civilizations Advanced alien life is possible in 50 galaxies, astronomers
With Flipboard already on mobile, the Web and (soon) the Watch, what’s next? Today, we’re excited to reveal the final frontier: the FlipPhone. Now you can call 1-248-206-FLIP to get your personal magazine
Film,World news,Australian immigration and asylum,Australian politics,Australia news,Culture,Awards and prizes A short film which portrays an Australian prime minister having an out-of-body experience
A sleek glass and metal body, no removable battery or waterproof capabilities, fixed storage space and a new mobile payment service. No, not the iPhone. It's the newest Samsung smartphone. The South Korean
One person sees a blue and black dress, another a white and gold one. Why? Once dismissed as hippyish, the science of colour is finally being taken seriously If you give the patient one pill, he perks
Every month, I take a look at some of the most amazing PCs that have been created from around the world. You probably know it’s possible to build your own PC, however, hardcore enthusiasts are taking one
The crowdfunding campaign for PC space sim Star Citizen has now reached $73 million, up by $1 million in a little over two weeks. If funding continues at this pace, the game could eventually raise $100
Bloomberg reported on the progress of the biggest name in the flying car business, Terrafugia, which is nearing the culmination of a decade-long effort to build, drive, fly, market and, yes, sell flying
Locals express anger after yoga teacher is told she is no longer welcome at St Michael and All Angels Church in Bishopston, Bristol Religious leaders have been accused of a lack of flexibility after evicting
One spring morning in Tucson, Arizona, in 1994, an unknown philosopher named David Chalmers got up to give a talk on consciousness, by which he meant the feeling of being inside your head, looking out
Despite most hackers being "in it for the lulz" — a hacker term meaning "doing it for fun" — some did not take kindly to threats of disruption to their favourite video game services. In the weeks following
Despairing dad Harry Wallop is enamoured by the digital solution to the age-old problem of pocket money. He explains a new wave of apps available to parents "You owe me £2," says Felix, my nine-year-old.
Researchers have found woolly mammoth remains in dried up rivers and lakes across the globe, but the vast majority are simply bits and pieces of dried-out bones or fossils. Only a few remnants have been
So if when I pass my OSCEs, I’ll need to be registered with the PCT (primary care trust) on the Ophthalmic List (or something), in order to do NHS sight tests. You’d think this process would be simple.
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