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British gas prices slide as Norwegian field production resumes | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - British day-ahead gas prices slid on Wednesday as flows from Norway resumed and supply from the Continent remained high, considerably outweighing demand.<p>A gas cooker is seen in Boroughbridge, northern England in this November 13, 2012 file photograph. REUTERS/Nigel …

Actor Walker died from multiple injuries in crash, 'Fast 7' filming halted | Reuters

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - “Fast & Furious” actor Paul Walker died from multiple injuries in a weekend car crash, the Los Angeles County coroner said on Wednesday, as Universal Pictures suspended production of the seventh instalment in its lucrative car racing film franchise.<p>U.S. actor Paul Walker …

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Are the brains of men and women "wired differently"? http://bbc.in/18fA0G2 A US team at the University of Pennsylvania scanned the brains of nearly 1,000 men, women, boys and girls and found striking differences between the sexes. Male brains appeared to be wired front to back, with few connections bridging the two hemispheres. In females, the pathways criss-crossed between left and right. Follow the link above to see what these directional differences could mean and tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Have you experienced 'highway hypnosis'? http://bbc.in/18irOon A train driver says he was experiencing "highway hypnosis" just prior to the derailment in which four people were killed last week in New York City. BBC News Magazine looks at the reasons why we "zone out" on the roads. Photo courtesy of John Moore/Getty Images.

TV's 'Domestic Goddess' Nigella tells UK court she took cocaine | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Celebrity cook Nigella Lawson told a court she had taken cocaine several times including when being subjected to “intimate terrorism” by her millionaire ex-husband Charles Saatchi, in the latest dramatic twist in a trial that has gripped Britain.<p>TV chef Nigella Lawson arrives at …

China mother, fined $54,200 for flouting one-child policy, sues for basic rights | Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese warehouse worker Liu Fei was fined 330,000 yuan ($54,200), or 14 times her yearly wage, for having a second child and her failure to pay means the boy has no access to basic rights like schooling and healthcare.<p>Nurses show a pair of fraternal twins to their mother …

Warning issued over Windows XP bug

<b>Microsoft has issued a warning about a bug in older version of Windows that could let attackers take over a computer.</b><p>The vulnerability in Windows XP and Server 2003 is being actively exploited by cyber-thieves, it said.<p>It has taken the unusual step of issuing a temporary workaround that closes the …

Report: Google Is Planning Chrome App Support for Android and iOS

The Next Web is reporting that Google is working on plans to offer up Chrome apps, usually found on the desktop, to the mobile ecosystems of iOS and …

Mobile operator 3 extends roaming offer to US

<b>Customers of mobile operator 3 are now able to use their UK allowance of data, texts and calls in the US and 10 other countries.</b><p>The offer means that UK users can avoid high roaming charges that often occur when travelling overseas.<p>The extension to the scheme, which was announced on Wednesday, means …

Phone with e-ink second screen launched

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/science_environment/941000/941792_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524673109_6828c6d36c906d569cb08704c60ed4ad<p><b>A smartphone with two screens - one of which uses e-ink technology and is "always on" - has been launched.</b><p>The Russian company Yota said …

Galaxy S5 one of five new Samsung handsets heading for Q1 2014 release | Trusted Reviews

<b>The Samsung Galaxy S5 release date is widely expected to be held in March 2014, although latest reports have suggested it will not be alone.</b><p>According …

USB Type-C cable plugs to be reversible

<b>USB cable developers have announced that a forthcoming version of the connector's plug is to be reversible.</b><p>It means users of the Universal Serial Bus cables will no longer have to worry which way round the part is facing when plugging it into a device.<p>The specification is due to be completed by …

How Facebook Went Mobile, In Before And After Org Charts

Facebook used to be a website translated to mobile by a tiny team, but over the last two years it’s reorganized to make every department in the company mobile-first, as revealed in two new org charts it shared today at a small press conference “Whiteboard Session” at its Menlo Park HQ. It also said …

Juno Therapeutics on how it plans to kill cancer

Wales head coach Warren Gatland ready to lead the British and Irish Lions on tour in Zew Zealand homeland

Wales head coach considering taking British and Irish Lions on tour for a second time when visit New Zealand in 2017<p>Warren Gatland, the <b>Wales</b> head coach, has said he would be interested in leading the <b>British and Irish Lions</b> for a second time when they tour his <b>New Zealand</b> homeland in 2017.<p>The …

The BBC is set to offer audiences its most comprehensive coverage of a Winter Olympics Games ever from Sochi 2014. Clare Balding, Hazel Irvine and Jonathan Edwards will present live from Sochi every day, 7am to 7pm on BBC Two and BBC Two HD. Clare will then round up the day’s action with a daily highlights programme, 7 to 8pm on BBC Two and BBC Two HD. The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games begin on 7 February and run for 17 days. For more information: http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2013/winter_olympics_2014.html