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Microsoft rolls out Outlook add-ins for Android Microsoft rolls out Outlook add-ins for Android

Microsoft is rolling them out for Android customers with Outlook.com and Office 365 commercial email accounts


Ultra-thin craft may wrap and destroy space junk Ultra-thin craft may wrap and destroy space junk

Scientists are developing an ultra-thin spacecraft that can remove space debris


Facebook fined 1.2 mln euros by Spanish data watchdog Facebook fined 1.2 mln euros by Spanish data watchdog

It is the latest in a series of legal problems that have beset the social networking giant Facebook in recent years


Apple may test the bounds of iPhone love with a $1,000 model   Apple may test the bounds of iPhone love with a $1,000 model

Various leaks have indicated the new phone will feature a sharper display, a so-called OLED screen that will extend from edge to edge of the device


Apple out to renew iPhone frenzy at age 10 Apple out to renew iPhone frenzy at age 10

Apple is holding a product launch event on September 12, and it is expected to unveil a new iPhone in honour of its 10th anniversary


Scientists decode secret to thriving in life Scientists decode secret to thriving in life

It has also been examined in various contexts, including in the military, in health and in child development


New mummies discovered in tomb near Luxor, Egypt Mummies discovered in new Egypt tomb

The tomb, dating back to the New Kingdom (16th to 11th Centuries BC), was found near the Nile city of Luxor, 400 miles (700km) south of Cairo


Brain scan as ‘lie detector’ for pain inappropriate Brain scan as ‘lie detector’ for pain inappropriate

In recent years, advances in brain imaging have led to a shift in understanding of acute and chronic pain


Scientists create fuel using air Scientists create fuel using air

Scientists have found a way to produce methanol - an important chemical often used as fuel in vehicles - using oxygen in the air


Twitter allows account sharing feature for Android, iOS Twitter allows account sharing feature for Android, iOS

Twitter now has 328 million monthly active users


Pluto mountain range named after Tenzing Norgay Pluto mountain range named after Tenzing Norgay

The names pay homage to the underworld mythology, pioneering space missions, historic pioneers who crossed new horizons in exploration,


143 million hit in hack of US credit agency 143 million hit in hack of US credit agency

Equifax discovered the breach in July; data of Brits, Canadians also stolen


Cyberattack at Equifax affects 143 million US consumers Cyberattack affects 143 million US consumers

The breach also included credit card numbers of approximately 209,000 consumers and certain dispute documents with personal identifying information


Sun continues to emit solar flares Sun continues to emit solar flares

Solar flares are powerful bursts of radiation


Sun-like stars calm down after turbulent youth Sun-like stars calm down after turbulent youth

Specifically, the researchers examined 24 stars that have masses similar to the Sun or less, and ages of a billion years or older

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