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Small and sleek rivals seek to take on iPod
The next wave of iPod competitors is coming. ...  | Read.. 
 
Brits drop stiff upper lip
British men are abandoning their stiff upper lips but still do not wear their hearts on their sleeves like Americans, a new ...  | Read.. 
 
Blood test to warn of diabetics' heart risk
A relatively new blood test for people with diabetes can predict their risk of developing heart disease, US researchers repo ...  | Read.. 
 
96 years on, Texas bulb burns bright
They sure do not make things anymore like the Texas lightbulb that sold for a few cents and has burned for 96 straight years ...  | Read.. 
 
Mobile menace irks Spacey
Hollywood star Kevin Spacey has lost his patience with British theatre audiences ' it's time to turn off the mobile pho ...  | Read.. 
 
Wild West in Spain studio
Clint Eastwood shot a man free from a noose here, survived a three-way shoot-out with The Bad and The Ugly, th ...  | Read.. 
 
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Judges allow poetry to supersede politics
The Supreme Court deserves the thanks of those who do not want the national anthem to be politicised, for having thrown off this week a public interest petition with a mistake...  | Read.. 
 
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Uma Thurman at the Seventh Annual Redbook Magazine Mothers and Shakers Awards luncheon in New York. Thurman was honoured for her work with Room to Grow, a New York-based non-profit organisation that provides clothes, books and toys for poor children. (Reuters)