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Digital Bottle Cap Augurs The Internet Of Alcohol-Based Things

At a time when beer sales are in decline and consumers’ preference for sweeter drinks is rising, Strongbow’s owner Heineken is eager to roll out the …

Alcohol

European Central Bank poised for rate cut to ease euro pain

The European Central Bank stands "ready to act" on interest rates if the eurozone economy weakens further, president Mario Draghi has said, as analysts predicted that a rate cut could come as early as next month.<p>Mr Draghi revealed on Thursday that there had been an "extensive" discussion on …

It's Time to Mourn the Loss of Fujifilm's Motion Picture Film

Today is a day thats been a long time coming now, back in September Fuji released a statement saying that they are planning to cease film production …

Inspirational B&W Short Film Voiced Over by an Interview with Henri Cartier-Bresson

The folks at 522 Productions have been slowly putting out videos that capture the essence of what inspires each of them. The charge was led a few …

Myanmar essentials: planning your Burma trip

As Myanmar (also known as Burma) continues to open up to the outside world, more travellers are venturing to this fascinating country.<p>Myanmar is undergoing a rapid transition following historic elections in 2015 and it can be difficult finding the latest information on what to expect when you …

Asia

New ways to earn miles faster

New websites Rocketmiles and PointsHound pinpoint online promotions that help you quickly stockpile frequent flyer miles.<p>To glam up their reward programs, airlines and hotel chains often run cross-promotions, where travellers can earn frequent flyer miles when booking a hotel. But these promotions …

Spread across Tasmania's northwestern corner, the 4,470sqkm Tarkine, which is bordered by the Pieman River in the south and the Arthur River in the north, is touted as the world's second-largest temperate rainforest. But the untouched beauty of the Tarkine may soon turn into a tourist attraction. Find out why: http://bit.ly/12ibVcn

Has this machine discovered dark matter? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-22016504 The $2bn Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), a device that rides along with the International Space Station and surveys the sky for cosmic rays, has made observations that could prove to be the first signs of dark matter, a mysterious component of the Universe.

Monkey behaviour may help to explain why middle managers suffer the most stress at work, according to a study at two UK universities. Researchers observed female Barbary macaques and found that "middle hierarchy" monkeys experienced the most amount of stress. The group's social ranking has been compared to human middle managers. http://bbc.in/16svQFV

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Strong hints of dark matter detected by space station, physicists say

Physicists announced on Wednesday that they have discovered the most convincing evidence yet of the existence of dark matter – the particles that are …

Feel like staying somewhere unique on your next trip? You might try staying in a French fishing boat – one beached nearly two miles from the sea. La Caloge is an old seafarer with a bed built around the masthead and plenty of nautical details. It's just one of nine in our list of the most unusual places to overnight: http://bit.ly/17dHXdn

The secret to exam success: puppy love

Students at a Scottish university have begun "puppy patting" sessions in an effort to improve their exam grades.<p>Undergraduates at Aberdeen University will be able to avoid the pressures of study in a special "puppy room".<p>The sessions, part of the exam welfare initiative by the university's …

Visualized: an Earth-year through stunning NASA imagery (video)

Our planet had kind of a rough year in 2012, but thanks to its array of satellites and a certain floating lab, NASA documented every divine and terrifying moment from afar. On top of the usual beauty shots and time-lapses rendered by the ISS and true-color satellites, NASA also showed some …

How easy is it to delete yourself from the web – your experiences

There are many reasons you may want to try and delete yourself from the web from fake social media accounts and compromising photographs to long …