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Prince Andrew shares more childhood snaps of Eugenie and Jack

Prince Andrew shares more childhood snaps of Eugenie and Jack

They haven't changed a bit! Proud father of the bride Prince Andrew shares even MORE childhood snaps of Eugenie and Jack with their future best man and maid of honour Proud father of the bride Prince Andrew is struggling to contain his excitement as he prepares to walk his youngest daughter up the aisle on…
Zimbabwe needs #MeToo moment, says acclaimed author

Zimbabwe needs #MeToo moment, says acclaimed author

Zimbabwe needs #MeToo moment, says acclaimed author Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga at the Frankfurt book fair Thirty years after her iconic debut novel, Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga is back with a final look at her heroine's harrowing journey through the Mugabe years, hoping to spark debate about violence against women in her country. Often praised…
Facebook is testing an unsend feature for Messenger

Facebook is testing an unsend feature for Messenger

Earlier this year, Facebook disclosed that the company had secretly deleted some old messages sent on Messenger by founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. This was highly irregular as normal Facebook users can’t do this — if you delete messages from your own inbox, those messages still remain in the recipient’s inbox. Then in April, Facebook…
Shane Dawson’s Jake Paul series is really about YouTube’s broken heart

Shane Dawson’s Jake Paul series is really about YouTube’s broken heart

Shane Dawson’s coronation as the king of YouTube in 2018 is undeniable: whenever he uploads a documentary on a personality, it’s like the internet stops. Even if you dislike Shane’s style or approach, his investigations produce top-tier online gossip that no traditional media outlet — or YouTuber, for that matter — has been able to…
A neuroscientist explains the limits and possibilities of using technology to read our thoughts

A neuroscientist explains the limits and possibilities of using technology to read our thoughts

In 2007, The New York Times published an op-ed titled “This is Your Brain on Politics.” The authors imaged the brains of swing voters and, using that information, interpreted what the voters were feeling about presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. “As I read this piece,” writes Russell Poldrack, “my blood began to boil.”…
A hyperloop in Missouri? A new study says its feasible

A hyperloop in Missouri? A new study says its feasible

Is a hyperloop in the US feasible? Skeptics doubt whether the futuristic transportation system can ever become a reality, but a new study supported by Virgin Hyperloop One finds many possible benefits of a high-speed route between St. Louis and Kansas City. A coalition of Missouri business leaders and government agencies joined with the Los…
The devastating effects of smoking: Graphic TV adverts feature ex-smokers who developed cancer

The devastating effects of smoking: Graphic TV adverts feature ex-smokers who developed cancer

The devastating effects of smoking: Hard-hitting TV adverts feature ex-smokers who have been left unable to breathe, eat and even shower after the deadly habit caused cancer Hard-hitting new TV adverts show the devastating effects of smoking.Two ex-smokers are seen appealing to the public to quit the habit in a graphic new campaign supported by…
Deep in heart of Texas is heart of Formula 1 in US

Deep in heart of Texas is heart of Formula 1 in US

Deep in heart of Texas is heart of Formula 1 in US AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Circuit of the Americas was cut out of the rocky soil just outside of the state capital of Texas. Getting there requires a drive from Austin's glowing and growing urban core past trailer parks, a landfill, flea markets…
Chargers romp over Browns on first stop of London trip

Chargers romp over Browns on first stop of London trip

Chargers romp over Browns on first stop of London trip CLEVELAND (AP) - The Los Angeles Chargers won't spend their lengthy lay-over for London mulling a loss. Powered by a dominant running game, big plays from quarterback Philip Rivers and a rookie kicker who didn't miss in his NFL debut, the Chargers rolled to a…
Audi taps Huawei to help power self-driving cars in China

Audi taps Huawei to help power self-driving cars in China

Huawei will develop self-driving technology with Audi for cars that will be sold in China, the two companies announced today. The partnership will focus on creating so-called Level 4 technology, which the Society of Automotive Engineers defines as a car that completely drives itself from start to finish within a specifically designated area. The deal…