Stephen Hawking, cosmology’s brightest star, dies aged 76

The physicist and author of A Brief History of Time has died at his home in Cambridge. His children said: ‘We will miss him for ever’

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Huawei, Samsung launch new gadgets

China’s Huawei and Samsung launched new gadgets on Sunday,on the eve of the opening of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. While Huawei launched a new laptop and tablet to cement its place among the world’s three biggest electronic device manufacturers, Samsung unveiled its new flagship smartphone, Galaxy S9 with a focus on augmented reality features as it seeks to…

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Apple begs iPhone users over glitches, offers discounted battery

Apple on Thursday apologized to its customers for slowing down performance of older iPhone models and said it would discount replacement batteries for some of its handsets. The move by Apple was a response to an uproar from iPhone users — and a series of lawsuits — after news of the battery problems stoked concerns the company was unfairly nudging…

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Apple Confirms Acquiring Shazam

Apple had this to say about the purchase: “We are thrilled that Shazam and its talented team will be joining Apple. Since the launch of the App Store, Shazam has consistently ranked as one of the most popular apps for iOS. Today, it’s used by hundreds of millions of people around the world, across multiple platforms. Apple Music and Shazam…

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Google has been tracking Android users even with location services turned off

Company confirms it receives mobile phone mast tracking data even with sim removed and privacy features active, but says it will cease to by end of November

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Apple sells MekaMons, robots built by Adekunle Nigerian-British

Apple Stores in the United States and United Kingdom have begun the sale of gaming robots, MekaMons, built by a Nigerian-British, Silas Adekunle. Adekunle’s company, Reach Robotics struck the deal with Apple recently. The product with a price tag of $299.95 went on sale from 16 November in the shops and online. The robots can  be operated with an iPhone…

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The Earth may not be flat, but it just might be doomed

A rise in the belief that scientists are lying about the planet being spherical is just one aspect of an internet-fuelled, progress-threatening suspicion of facts

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Students Demonstrate The Dangers Of Wi-Fi Radiation With Ingenious Cress Seeds Experiment

In this current internet age where everyone from children to pensioners habitually keep their cell phones within arms length, are we all at risk of damaging our health? Few likely know—or even care–for the known dangers of radiation contamination by constantly being within close proximity of our cell phones…but what about Wi-Fi? Curious to understand the effects technology was having…

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The Nokia 3310 is back – and it even has Snake

The ‘indestructible’ handset returns, complete with one-month standby time, colour screen and bags of nostalgia

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Video: Dubai to launch sky taxi

A drone that can carry people will begin “regular operations” in Dubai from July. Matter al-Tayer, head of the city’s Roads and Transportation Agency has announced at the World Government Summit. Al-Tayer said that the drones have been inspected and certified by the nation’s civil aviation authority. The vehicle can carry one passenger weighing up to 100kg (220lbs). The passenger…

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