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Thu 18 December 2014
The Week UK
Breaking moos: Researchers decipher the noises that cows make
"The research shows for the first time that mother-offspring cattle 'calls' are individualised - each calf and cow have a characteristic and exclusive call of their own," said Monica Padilla de la Torre, who lead the research at University of Nottingham in Britain.
Researchers have deciphered the noises that cows make
Scientists eavesdrop on cattle to translate meaning of their moos
Cows communicate using individual sounds like human names
The Week UK
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'Hatred' Lands Back On Stream Greenlight, Fans Request 'SJW' Victim NPCs
Hatred set out to create a publicity campaign based entirely on shock and outrage, and by that measure, they've succeeded immensely. Yesterday, developer Destructive Creations attracted a huge amount of attention when Valve yanked the game from ...
Hatred game back on Steam Greenlight
Hatred serial killer simulator game on sale again after backlash
Hatred back on Steam thanks to Gabe Newell
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A Job well done: Apple wins decade-old iTunes update suit
A California jury on Tuesday rejected a lawsuit, which accused Apple of monopolistic practices, by technologically preventing iPod and iTune customers to buy from rival companies. The case has been in courts for 10 years and included a surreal deposition ...
Apple wins class-action lawsuit over iPod prices
Bryan-College Station Eagle
Jury Concludes DRM is Good, Apple Triumphs in "Billion Dollar" iTunes Case
Apple wins digital music US antitrust trial
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Personal hygiene goods and clothes causing "alarming" sea contamination, say
“Alarming” levels of sea contamination are being caused by around four billion microscopic plastic fibres littering each square kilometre of the global sea environment, say Natural History Museum scientists who have inspected tiny strands of blue, black, green ...
There is 10000 times more plastic in the deep sea than in surface waters.
Southern Fried Science
There's Even More Plastic on the Ocean Floor Than on Its Surface
Microplastic deposits found deep in world's oceans and seas
Science World Report
International Business Times UK
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Joe Strummer has deep sea snail named after him
A species of deep sea snail with the bold, spiky aesthetic of early Clash fans has been named after Joe Strummer. Alviniconcha strummeri are golf ball-sized invertebrates that live around 2,000 metres beneath the surface of the ocean. The Strummer-indebted ...
Advanced scientific name whelk after Joe Strummer of The Clash
Deep sea snail named after Clash legend Joe Strummer
'Punk rock' snail named for the Clash's Joe Strummer
Los Angeles Times
Bio & Tech Insights
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Mobile Networks Agree Deal To Boost UK Coverage
The multi-billion pound deal is great news for UK consumers and businesses, industry leaders say. 02:37, UK, Thursday 18 December 2014. Person Using Mobile Phone Generic. No cash payments will be made by Government to the mobile networks.
Mobile phone deal will give UK 90% geographical coverage
£5bn scheme to improve mobile phone signals
Mobile networks to invest £5bn to boost signal across UK
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Android Lollipop 5.1 Release In Q1 2015 Will Slowly Address Major Bugs
Google's latest version of Android has not had the easiest of receptions. With a number of major bugs and issues that are degrading the experience, an update to Lollipop was always going to be on the cards. Reports are surfacing online of a 5.1 release for ...
Google may (or may not) release Android 5.1 soon, but either way the OS needs
Android 5.1 update due in early 2015, report claims
Google releases Android 5.0.1 images for Nexus 5
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The Star Online
BT's mobile plans arouse wholesale concerns
Although many analysts believe that the UK's fixed-line incumbent BT will be able to buy mobile leader EE without too many concessions to competition authorities, there will nevertheless be consternation among the other mobile operators, and Vodafone has ...
City view: Buy or sell Vodafone?
Five things you need to know about BT's bid for EE
Vodafone Said to Ask Watchdog to Keep BT in Check After Deal
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Samsung says wearables will be the next 'power' trend in the workplace
In a new trends report (first spotted by The Verge), Samsung says the next wave of "power dressing" for workplace leaders will include wearable technology. That's right — business professionals will be all about smartwatches and other wearables in 2015, ...
Samsung: Wearables to mark 'new era of power dressing'
Samsung predicts kids will learn maths, English and coding
Samsung's tech predictions for 2015: Wearables to revolutionise productivity
Business Insider Australia
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Blackberry Classic goes 'back to company's roots'
The device has a full "Qwerty" keyboard, resembling the design which made Blackberry a market leader before it was overtaken by competitors. Analysts said the firm was going "back to its roots" in order to appeal to business customers. But some warned that ...
The $449 BlackBerry Classic offers a great keyboard, but a cramped screen
BlackBerry Classic will woo touch-weary world with classic keyboard, trackpad
BlackBerry Classic will woo the touch-weary world with a classic keyboard
The Indian Express
The Australian Financial Review
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