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Space is not all pleasant: US Astronaut Space is not all pleasant: US Astronaut

Retired astronaut Scott Kelly descirbes all the good and bad things about doing a long space mission


iPhone X makers still struggling to refine facial recognition Facial recognition for iPhone X not refine yet

Manufacturers are still struggling to perfect 3-D sensors and in particular dot projectors in Apple premium handset's TrueDepth camera system


Ozone layer recovery could be delayed by 30 years Ozone layer recovery could be delayed by 30 years

A study finds the substances, widely used for paint stripping and in the manufacture of PVC, are increasing much faster than previously thought


Asteroid close approach to test warning systems Asteroid close approach to test warning systems

Nasa scientists say there is no risk of an impact, but the flyby does provide them with the opportunity to test their asteroid-warning systems


Apple partners with LG Display for a foldable iPhone: Report Apple partners with LG Display for a foldable iPhone

Apple is also considering investing in LG to speed up OLED production


Solar panels shine in darkest Amazon, the 'last frontier' Solar panels shine in darkest Amazon, the 'last frontier'

Aurelio Souza is working to install solar panels in villages along the remote Purus and Ituxi rivers in the western Amazonas state


Google Assistant tips and tricks: Opening photos, sending messages and more Google Assistant tips and tricks

Google Assistant’s functionality is beyond playing music and cracking a joke


Israeli spies found Russians using Kaspersky software for hacks: Reports Israeli spies found Russians using Kaspersky software for hacks: Reports

The Israeli officials who had hacked into Kaspersky’s network over two years ago then warned their US counterparts of the Russian intrusion


Astronauts go spacewalking to grease robot arm's new hand Astronauts go spacewalking to grease robot arm's new hand

Commander Randy Bresnik ventured out for the second time in less than a week, along with Mark Vande Hei


Twitter developing 'Save for Later' bookmark feature Twitter developing 'Save for Later' bookmark feature

It will allow users to keep a separate list of items they wish to refer to, instead of using the new heart button, formerly the star


Google Duo to see deeper integration into Phone dialer, Messages app: Report Google Duo to see deeper integration into Phone dialer

The option apparently shows up when both the caller and receiver have Duo app enabled


Singapore scientists reveal origins of durian's pungent aroma Scientists find the durian's smelly secret

Researchers have found an odour gene which gives the thorny fruit its notoriously-pungent scent


Google 'uncovers Russian ad campaign linked to US election' Google 'uncovers Russia-linked adverts'

The issue is under investigation by US congressional committees and the Department of Justice


Japan scientists grow drugs in chicken eggs Japan scientists grow drugs in chicken eggs

The scientists now have three hens whose eggs contain the drug, with the birds laying eggs almost daily


Epic world solar car race begins in Australia Epic world solar car race begins in Australia

The World Solar Challenge, first run in 1987 and last held in 2015, began in a high-tech, futuristic flurry from Darwin's State Square

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