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Samsung lives up to its credentials

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Fitb.ee: helping women tackle PCOS and obesity

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Google Lens can be used to translate

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Brains and brakes

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By If a car can read the driver's mind many accidents can be avoided. Some scientists in Germany are working towards just that goal, finds T.V. Jayan in

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Jobs and Apple

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Jigsee makes you smart

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Science  /  Published 31.10.11

Can't play games

[{"id":1,"type":"js-code","javascript_code":" q+a I have a Toshiba Satellite A200 Laptop with a 120 GB hard disk, 2 GB RAM, 384 MB inbuilt graphics memory, 2.2 GHz Core2duo p...
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Science  /  Published 10.10.11

Let's talk about schizophrenia

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By Your Health DR GITA MATHAI in

Science  /  Published 10.10.11

Cloud catchers

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By Indian scientists have reproduced clouds in the lab. T.V. Jayan forecasts that this will pave the way for more reliable monsoon and climate change projections in

Science  /  Published 24.10.11

Help for addicts

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By Scientists are tantalisingly close to a vaccine that would help smokers quit THE NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE in

Science  /  Published 12.11.12

That feverish feeling

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Science  /  Published 19.11.12

Scare it off

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By If watching horror films fights flab, what else can exercise-phobes do to lose weight, wonders Sarah Rainey THE DAILY TELEGRAPH in

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Learn from the butterfly

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By Forget the mechanical marvels of cars, says Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond — it’s Mother Nature who’s the greatest designer of all. He talks to Harry Wallop THE DAILY TELEGRAPH in


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