Increase Your iPhone Battery Life: Stop Force Closing Apps

Your AppleiPhone’s battery life could be taking a beating because of a single piece of advice that has been doing the rounds for years. Force closing apps by swiping them away might initially appear to be a logical way of reducing your phone’s power consumption but actually what you’re doing is the complete opposite. That’s the advice More...

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Three Ways Product Design Can Reduce Poverty Overseas

One day, your smartphone will probably be recycled by a teenager on a rubbish tip; perhaps in Ghana or Nigeria. Months before that, it will likely have been repaired and sold on by an entrepreneur in the same country. More...

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Boy Accidentally Discovers 1 Million Year Old Dinosaur He Thought It Was A 'Rotten' Cow

A ten-year-old boy has accidentally unearthed a dinosaur skull that has been buried in the desert for over one million years. Jude Sparks was hiking with his family in the Las Cruces desert, New Mexico, when More...

By Pundit001 On Thursday, July 20th, 2017
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Why We Should All Be Worried About Information Governance Compliance In UK Health And Care

If the NHS learned anything following the Care.data controversy and, more recently, the ransomware attack that hit trusts up and down the country, it’s that Information Governance matters. People care about More...

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Computer analysis of what is scenic may help town planners

BEAUTY, proverbially, is in the eye of the beholder. But surroundings matter. A paper published two years ago in Nature found a correlation between people’s sense of well-being and the “scenicness” of where More...

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Google Street View Is Now On The International Space Station

It’s finally here. You can now explore the International Space Station through Google’s Street View. You’ll be able to take a 360-degree virtual tour of the entire station which is currently orbiting some More...

By Pundit001 On Thursday, July 20th, 2017
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Nissan's New Leaf Electric Car Can Be Driven Without A Brake Pedal

Driving a car there are a few components that you would think are pretty essential: Wheel, Accelerator, Brake Pedal. Well Nissan’s brand-new version of its electric car the Leaf will let you drive without More...

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Humanity Has Produced 9.1 Billion Tonnes Of Plastic, And We've Recycled Just 10% Of It

The world’s plastic industry has produced more than 9.1 billion tons of plastic in the last seven decades, and almost 78% of it is no longer being used, according to a scathing new report. In fact there is More...

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The Future Of UK Education: AI, Virtual Lessons And Jobs That Don't Exist Yet

Photo courtesy of Cheltenham Ladies’ College (Archives) From the whiteboards and VHS players of 20 years ago, to the tablets and virtual learning of today, education is evolving in exciting new ways. New More...

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Some good news and some bad, in the fight against HIV

THE latest progress report* from UNAIDS, the United Nations body charged with combating HIV and AIDS, brings mixed news. On the positive side, as the chart shows, the death rate from AIDS continues to fall. In More...