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Can't oversleep in this!
If you're one of the 7 billion people in this world, you probably have trouble waking up in the morning. A UK inventor has just solved this problem.
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Scientists demonstrate first color-tunable and first graphene-based LED
(Phys.org)—Currently, all light-emitting diodes (LEDs) emit light of only one color, which is predefined during fabrication. So far, tuning the color of light produced by a single LED has never been realized, despite numerous attempts.
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A number of prominent scientists have signed on to a letter warning that autonomous weapons should be banned.
A number of prominent scientists have signed on to a letter warning that autonomous weapons should be banned.
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You know Google is tracking your every move, right?
You can now check all the places you visited via a new feature in Google Maps called "Your Timeline."
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Another Google self-driving car crash? Ho-hum. "What's not emphasized in the wave of media consternation is the latest crash also marks the 14th time a human driver has been responsible for causing an accident with the Google self-driving cars. That's right. Google's autonomous technology has been responsible for zero of the 14 accidents. In 13 of the accidents, drivers of the other cars involved were at fault. In the remaining one, a human Google driver rear-ended another car while operating in manual mode."

"In the most recent crash, a Google Lexus SUV stopped at an intersection behind two other cars. It was rear-ended by another car traveling approximately 17 miles per hour."
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SanDisk announces the Connect Wireless Stick, a personal Wi-Fi media server/USB flash drive

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These days phone storage can be a problem. As the tools we have to consume media have evolved, so too have the file sizes they occupy. MicroSD is on its way out on even the most steadfast of offerings (though Android M could change that). Thankfully SanDisk has a product to solve this conundrum. The SanDisk Wireless Connect Stick is both a traditional USB storage drive and a personal media server. Specifically, it is “designed to give people a s...
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Before you begin. Make sure you have: An internet connection (internet service provider fees may apply). Sufficient data storage available on a computer, USB or external drive for the download. A blank USB or DVD (and DVD burner) with at least 4 GB of space if you want to create media.
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From Romain Laurent's excellent (and often surreal)  “One Loop Portrait a Week” project. romainlaurent.tumblr.com
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NASA’s New Horizons Discovers Frozen Plains in the Heart of Pluto’s ‘Heart’
In the latest data from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, a new close-up image of Pluto reveals a vast, craterless plain that appears to be no more than 100 million years old, and is possibly still being shaped by geologic processes.
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A new method for 3D printing bones works by grinding bones into a powder and then fusing the powder with a "biological glue" during the 3D printing process. The researchers in Guangzhou, China, are not saying what the glue is, and they are using animal bones, not human bones.
A team of scientists from the Southern Medical University, led university by president Huang Wenhua, has been very successful in 3D printing bones from bone powder and are now ready to enter an animal testing stage.
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Food is always great, tasty and good sized portions. Cake portions are enormous. Very friendly staff and great value for money. You MUST visit TREATS if you're in Durham!
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Friendly staff, great food. Parking can be tricky.
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Atmosphere: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
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Poor service, poor food. Went in there about 6pn, the waiters could barely be bothered to speak let alone smile. Limited food choice with nondescript names such as 'meat curry', though to be fair they don't have an awful lot of room. Stale naans that were so hard I couldn't cut them with a knife. Actually the 'chicken curry' was edible, almost quite nice, but everything else was substandard. One to remember...to avoid.
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