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     Wed 2 December 2015


Giant Jurassic footprints found on Isle of Skye
A NEW discovery has revealed that the swampy prehistoric coastline of Scotland's most famous island was once the stomping grounds for some of the largest creatures ever known to have lived on land. Palaeontologists have uncovered hundreds of footprints ...
Scotland's largest dinosaur site discovered on Isle of Skye after giant ...The Independent
Dinosaur footprints reveal giant creatures once roamed ScotlandTelegraph.co.uk
Giant dinosaur footprints discovered in Isle of Skye in ScotlandMarket Business News
The Guardian -Daily Mail -Reuters UK
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The Independent

The status quo is not an option for BT Openreach, says Ofcom
The Independent
The head of regulator Ofcom has suggested that BT could be forced to sell off its Openreach business, to the delight of its rivals who claim the wholesale service, which supplies nearly every household, could be uncompetitive. The regulator's chief ...
Are Christmas fairy lights really ruining your Wi-Fi?The Guardian
Christmas Fairy Lights Can Also Cause Interference for Wi-FiBizTek Mojo
Christmas lights can leave your Wi-Fi gadgets in the darkBrisbane Times
Financial Times -BBC News -Scotsman -Ofcom for Consumers
all 266 news articles »


Facebook's CEO and wife to give 99 percent of shares to their new foundation
SAN FRANCISCO Mark Zuckerberg will put 99 percent of his Facebook Inc (FB.O) shares, currently worth about $45 billion, into a new philanthropy project focusing on human potential and equality, he and his wife said Tuesday in a letter to their newborn ...
Baby girl born to Zuckerberg, couple to give 99% FB shares to charityHindustan Times
Zuckerberg Vows to Daughter He'll Donate 99% of His Facebook SharesNew York Times
Why I'm Sort of Optimistic That Mark Zuckerberg Won't Mess Up This ...Slate Magazine (blog)

all 779 news articles »

The Independent

'Santa's Sleigh' will be visible in the sky as the International Space Station ...
The Independent
If any children in your life are getting older and beginning to doubt the existence of Santa, Christmas Eve could be the perfect day to restore their faith. From 4:42pm to 4:50pm on 24 December, the International Space Station will be visible over the ...
'Santa's sleigh' could be seen as the International Space Station will pass ...Kent Online
Key science to benefit Earth set for ISS launchThe Navhind Times
How to see the International Space Station (or is it Santa on his sleigh?) fly ...WalesOnline
Times of India -Phys.Org -Market Business News
all 46 news articles »

ABC News

Toy Maker VTech Suffers Security Breach: What You Need to Know
ABC News
VTech, the maker of high-tech educational toys for children, has announced it suffered a security breach to its database, potentially putting the information of millions of customers at risk. The Hong Kong-based company said in a statement that its ...
Toymaker VTech hit by largest-ever hack targeting kidsReuters UK
VTech says 6.4 million children profiles were caught up in its data breachWashington Post
Toy maker VTech says breach hit 6.4 million kids' accountsPCWorld
FOX10 News -KENS 5 TV
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Reuters UK

Protecting forests must become the norm in supply chains: Prince Charles
Reuters UK
PARIS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Business leaders, environment ministers and even royalty urged companies to eschew raw materials that destroy forests, at the U.N. climate summit in Paris on Tuesday. The CEO of Marks and Spencer, Britain's ...
Sign a 15-page contract if you want to interview me, says Charles: Prince in ...Daily Mail
COP21: the best metaphors from the Paris climate talksThe Guardian
Someone tell Prince Charles we're no longer an absolute monarchyThe Independent
BBC News -Express.co.uk -Yorkshire Post
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Western Daily Press

Miniature scientists bust popular myth that toast is more likely to land ...
Western Daily Press
A team of miniature scientists believe they have bust a popular myth that toast is more likely to land butter side down. Graham's The Family Dairy carried out the experiment with the help of Molly, six, Lily, five, and four-year-old Ernie. The team ...
Team of tiny testers say popular myth is toastBelfast Telegraph
Kid toastbusters solve mysteryThe National

all 5 news articles »

Times of India

Rare fossil of horned dinosaur found from 'lost continent'
Times of India
LONDON: Scientists have uncovered the rare fossil of a dog-sized horned dinosaur in eastern North America that roamed the Earth up to 100 million years ago. The fossil, identified by Dr Nick Longrich from the University of Bath in UK, provides evidence ...
Small dinosaur size of dog lived in North America 60 to 100 million years agoMarket Business News
Horned Dinosaur Fossil From 'Lost Continent' IdentifiedScience World Report
Anthropologists Identify Fossil of Horned Dinosaur in the AppalachiaI4U News
R & D Magazine -Financial Express -Phys.Org
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Nintendo Insider

Digital Foundry praise Xenoblade Chronicles X in performance analysis
Nintendo Insider
Digital Foundry has shared their technical performance analysis for Monolith Soft's Xenoblade Chronicles X, which has resulted in some especially positive praise for the expansive JRPG. The Wii U exclusive runs at a particularly stable 30 frames per ...
Prepare for Xenoblade Chronicles X by downloading data packs from the eShopStevivor
5 Great Games Coming In DecemberCinema Blend
Playdate: Exploring a new world in 'Xenoblade Chronicles X'Engadget
Gamespresso -RPGFan -Metro
all 80 news articles »

Daily Mail

Obama warns of climate security risks as tough talks begin
Daily Mail
US President Barack Obama warned global warming posed imminent security and economic risks, as negotiators embarked on an 11-day race to seal a UN pact aimed at taming climate change. Speaking after attending a historic climate summit with some ...
Obama: Action on Climate Change 'Economic, Security Imperative'Voice of America
Obama pushes for climate pact with some 'legally binding' aspectsThe Globe and Mail
Votes in Congress Move to Undercut Climate PledgeNew York Times
Irish Times
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