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Police stop murdered Pakistani star's brother from using blood money law

Waseem Azeem, who admitted ‘honour killing’ of Qandeel Baloch, cannot use traditional law to evade punishment<p>A man who has admitted killing his sister, a Pakistani social media star, in the name of his family’s “honour” will not be able to use so-called blood money laws to evade punishment after …

A 19-year-old created a free robot lawyer that has beaten 160,000 parking tickets

The very first robot lawyer that was designed to challenge parking tickets has been wildly successful since it was launched last Fall.<p>British programmer Joshua Browder, 19, launched the beta version of the bot in London in September. In that month alone, 3,000 people used the service to appeal …

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Scientist Accidentally Discovers the World's Newest Shade of Blue and It's Gorgeous

So you agree? You think it's really pretty?<p>"Serendipitously," in 2009, Oregon State University chemist Mas Subramanian created the gorgeous blue pigment you see above, the university reports. Now, the "near-perfect" pigment has been perfected and will be sold as commercial coatings and plastics, …

Britons urged to wear safety pins in solidarity with immigrants

#safetypin trends on Twitter after surge in reports of racist and xenophobic incidents after EU referendum<p>After reports of post-referendum hate crime, people have been encouraged to wear a safety pin to show solidarity with immigrants living in the UK.<p>According to the National Police Chiefs’ …

4 small changes to boost happiness and memory

When making change for healthier habits, focusing on one small change at a time is a much more manageable approach than trying to make major overhauls.<p>Here are some favorites from my book “52 Small Changes for the Mind,” that can make a lasting impact to increasing happiness, improving memory, …

The Surprising Psychology Behind Rock-Paper-Scissors

Rock-paper-scissors, often thought of as a game of random chance, may not be so random after all. According to a study published in <i>Nature</i> and …

This necklace hears what you eat: The food-tracking wearable device may help fight diabetes, obesity and more

The food-tracking wearable device may help fight diabetes, obesity and more<p>Researchers are developing a necklace that tracks what we eat via …

Delving into the world of the dark web

“The Dark Web is an online community accessed by groups with a range of agendas that want to protect their anonymity – whether this be online …

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Infographic: 12 myths about sex

Does size matter? Should you being have sex everyday? Is porn a turn on? Sex questions are limitless and there is so much information out there …

Marathon space flight just the start for Scott Kelly, walking science experiment

The Nasa astronaut and his twin brother, who remained on Earth, was the focus of a battery of tests to investigate the viability of sending a human to Mars<p>Scott Kelly returned to Earth this week slightly taller than when he left it, irradiated, and with his eyesight changed from almost a year spent …

Astronaut Scott Kelly fought off aliens in space with Microsoft's HoloLens

Think augmented and virtual reality headsets are just for games? NASA astronaut Scott Kelly thinks otherwise after spending some quality time with Microsoft's HoloLens aboard the International Space Station during his recent 340-day mission. At a press conference yesterday, the astronaut said: "It …

Teen charged for allegedly stealing nude pic from teacher's phone

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>The school where she taught seemed to think it was Leigh Anne Arthur's fault.<p>On February 18, Arthur had left her phone on her classroom desk when she went to go monitor the halls. She taught mechatronics -- …

Peeple is finally launching today, but its niceness is a front

The controversy surrounding Peeple when it was first announced as a ‘Yelp for humans’ type platform resulted in its founders having to scrap their idea and go back to the drawing board.<p>Following an article by the Washington Post, revealing the real-life burn book, it quickly became one of the most …

Rats! Maybe our great-grandmothers aren't responsible for alcoholism after all

A recent headline implicated epigenetics in our predisposition to alcoholism, but the evidence from the study is far from conclusive<p>The Daily Mailrecently ran an article about how alcohol abuse could harm future generations, via the (exciting-sounding) mechanism of trans-generational epigenetics. …

Life-changing Sickle Cell Disease treatment approved by NHS watchdog

A new automatic blood transfusion treatment will half the number of visits to hospital for people with Sickle Cell Disease<p>Thousands of people suffering from Britain’s most common genetic disorder have been offered new hope after the health watchdog approved a ground-breaking new treatment.<p>Sickle …

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