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Older Computer Programmers Not Out of Touch, Study Finds

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ITworld.com Older Computer Programmers Not Out of Touch, Study Finds LiveScience.com The saying "With age comes wisdom" appears to ring true in the world of computer programming, according to a new study that examined whether older programmers...
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How a Roller Coaster Can Help You Pass a Kidney Stone

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A team of researchers rode a roller coaster more times than they probably care to remember, just to figure out why roller coasters trigger the passage of small kidney stones.
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Researchers restore first ever computer music recording

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New Zealand researchers said Monday they have restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan Turing.
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This is why you NEVER leave your car behind a Boeing 757

This is why you NEVER leave your car behind a Boeing 757 | News we like | Scoop.it

A crowd gather round as the plane roars into life, but for one hapless motorist, it turns out to be an expensive day out
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Where Words are Stored: The Brain's Meaning Map

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Semantic information lives all over the cortex
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First test of driverless minibus in Paris Saturday

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The French capital's transport authority will on Saturday carry out its first test of a driverless minibus, in the hope that regular routes for the hi-tech vehicles will be up and running within two years.
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Watch: Dalai Lama makes funny impression of Donald Trump

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The Dalai Lama ventured very briefly into American politics by giving a good-humoured impression of US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on British television.
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Chemists find key to manufacturing more efficient solar cells

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In a discovery that could have profound implications for future energy policy, Columbia scientists have demonstrated it is possible to manufacture solar cells that are far more efficient than existing silicon energy cell
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Which? files supercomplaint against banks over transfer fraud

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Banks may face formal inquiry into whether they can refuse to reimburse victims conned into transferring money into fraudsters’ accounts
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Windows 10 software condemned by Which? - BBC News

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Microsoft is criticised by Which over its Windows 10 software and poor customer service.
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How to procrastinate creatively

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Work avoidance doesn’t have to mean going on Tinder or watching Netflix. Here are some inspiring ways to waste time
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Google's new messaging app Allo is a little bit snoopier than expected

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Google said Allo would only store user data ‘transiently’ – but reports suggest it has rolled back on the promise in return for better performance
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What Will the Antikythera Shipwreck Skeleton Tell Us?

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Ancient DNA could hold clues about the people on the 2,000-year-old vessel loaded with luxury goods.

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Why This Arctic Language Doesn’t Use an Alphabet

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So before you feel tricked by a technicality: Inuktitut does have a written language, but it’s just not an alphabet. Instead, as Tom Scott explains, it uses a related system of symbols to express sounds called an abugida.
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This app lets you text without Wi-Fi or a data plan anywhere in the world — even on a plane

This app lets you text without Wi-Fi or a data plan anywhere in the world — even on a plane | News we like | Scoop.it
This is one of the best apps for travel.
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China begins operating world's largest radio telescope

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The world's largest radio telescope began searching for signals from stars and galaxies and, perhaps, extraterrestrial life Sunday in a project demonstrating China's rising ambitions in space and its pursuit of internationa...
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10 New iOS 10 Settings You Should Change

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To activate some of iOS 10's new features, like sending read receipts in Messages or having Siri announce calls, you'll need to tweak a few settings.
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MILK : New Programming Language From MIT Executes Code 4 Times Faster - CuriousPost

MILK : New Programming Language From MIT Executes Code 4 Times Faster - CuriousPost https://t.co/O5GN0wATVx https://t.co/S6xHeFSclj
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Monty Python's Terry Jones diagnosed with dementia - BBC News

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Monty Python star Terry Jones is diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia, a severe variant of dementia.
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Watch a Terrible Delivery Driver Make His Entire Truck Magically Disappear

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We’ve all fibbed a little when it comes to our resumes or during a job interview.
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Ancient Biblical Scroll Gets Read While Wrapped

Researchers used high-tech visualization techniques to peer inside an ancient scroll too fragile to unwrap.  
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W3C Set to Publish HTML 5.1, Work Already Started on HTML 5.2

The HTML 5.1 standard has been promoted from a "Release Candidate" to a "Proposed Recommendation," the last step before it becomes a "W3C Recommendation" and officially replaces HTML 5 as the current HTML standard. Read more: http://news.softpedia.com/news/w3c-set-to-publish-html-5-1-already-started-work-on-html-5-2-508512.shtml#ixzz4KxyvF7BZ
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In a world of free operating systems, can Windows 10 survive? | ZDNet

In a world of free operating systems, can Windows 10 survive? | ZDNet | News we like | Scoop.it
Will we give up a decades-long relationship with Windows just because it costs a few bucks more than its competitors? In a world where PC adoption has cratered, what of the future of Windows?
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Towards quantum Internet: Researchers teleport particle of light six kilometres

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What if you could behave like the crew on the Starship Enterprise and teleport yourself home or anywhere else in the world?
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Amsterdam to pilot world's first 'self-drive' boats

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Amsterdam's iconic canals may soon see the world's first driverless boats, doing everything from moving people and goods to providing "pop-up" bridges and cleaning up thousands of dumped bicycles, the project's scientist...
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