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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 appears to be Mr Congeniality

Four years ago critics called it a “project”. Then a novelty. Followed by the title outlier. And n...

Another milestone for ISRO

An important milestone in the planned human spaceflight project Gaganyaan was completed on Wednesday with the ...
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Samsung to challenge conventional smartphones

On August 10, Samsung will unveil new phones that will challenge the very form factor of conventional smartpho...

The Mars Bar

For years, Elon Musk, the founder and CEO of SpaceX, has talked of making humanity an interplanetary species b...

Off with those default settings

There’s a catchy saying going around with a valuable lesson about our personal technology: the devil is ...

Facebook’s imitation game

For most of Facebook’s history, its executives have executed a tried-and-true playbook: mimic the succes...

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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

Science  /  Published 12.11.12

That feverish feeling

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By Your Health DR GITA MATHAI

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

Science  /  Published 05.11.12

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

Science  /  Published 05.11.12

To upgrade or not

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Science  /  Published 04.04.11

Bundle of joy

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By Your Health DR GITA MATHAI

Science  /  Published 18.04.11

Fast track to healthy living

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By Your Health DR GITA MATHAI

Science  /  Published 25.04.11

Who's calling?

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Science  /  Published 28.11.11

Music in the clouds

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Science  /  Published 07.11.11

Let there be light

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By Scientists are planning a laser that will help them decipher the secrets of space, says Richard Gray THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH


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