The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Tongues in a twist
If Charlie Mungulda, an aborigine in Australia, wishes to talk to someone in Amurdag — his native tongue — he just can’t. Quite simply, there’s no one else in the world who can converse in that language, one of the several hundred on the brink of extinction ...  | Read.. 
Miraculous memory
A newly-developed memory device has the potential to revolutionise the way we store and retrieve data, reports T.V. Jayan ...  | Read.. 
Tongues in a twist
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To catch a copycat
Academics face this problem every day. PhD theses are just copied and submitted to unsuspecting professors by students. Internet-savvy kids do it all the time for their school project reports. ...  | Read..