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Todays Top Technology News  
     Fri 25 April 2014
 

Telegraph.co.uk

200 million floating laboratory will explore 'final frontier' of polar regions
Telegraph.co.uk
They are the cruel seas where Britain's greatest adventurers made their names. Now the territory of Scott and Shackleton, will be surveyed by a new generation of British explorers who will tackle the 'final frontier' of Earth's polar regions. A huge research ship ...
George Osborne orders new icebreaker for UK polar scienceBBC News
Britain to build a 200m polar research shipFinancial Times
200m polar research ship plannedAndover Advertiser

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IBNLive

Google Plus chief Vivek 'Vic' Gundotra quits Google
IBNLive
San Francisco: Google's top social networking executive is leaving the Internet company after a nearly eight-year stint highlighted by an audacious challenge to Facebook. Vivek 'Vic' Gundotra fittingly announced his departure in a post Thursday on Google ...
Google+ chief Vic Gundotra departs after 8 yearsZee News
Is Google Plus finally dying?Sydney Morning Herald
Google's Vic Gundotra leavesNEWS.com.au
Straits Times
all 191 news articles »
 

Daily Mail

How farmers took over the world, according to new DNA study
Daily Mail
Humans began to change the way they live when hunter gatherers fell for farmers, new DNA research has suggested. A genomic analysis of eleven Stone-Age human remains from Scandinavia revealed that expanding Stone-age farmers assimilated local ...
DNA analysis solves the mystery of how Europeans came to be farmersThe Independent
Stone Age DNA shows hunter-gatherers shunned farmingNew Scientist
Genomic diversity and admixture differs for Stone-Age Scandinavian foragers ...Phys.Org
Popular Archaeology
all 8 news articles »
 

BBC News

Barn owls endured lowest point braving harsh weather
Herald Scotland
BARN owls suffered their worst year on record in 2013 as they struggled in the face of the bitterly cold spring, conservationists have said. BARN owls suffered their worst year on record in 2013 as they struggled in the face of the bitterly cold spring, ...
Barn owls suffer worst year on recordThe Guardian
New eggs could turn around record low numbers of barn owlsITV News
Yorkshire barn owl eggs spark hope of population recoveryBBC News

all 4 news articles »
 

The Independent

Apple earnings report: iPhone bumps up revenue but sales of iPad fall by 16%
The Independent
The latest earnings report from Apple has exceed expectations, with the company reporting an increase in revenue for the first three months of the year of $45.6 billion – way ahead of analysts' predicted $43.5bn. However, the report also reinforced the fact ...
iPhone 6 rumoured to have 'curved' display and 'rounded' sidesFirstpost
Leaked case points to tall, lean iPhone 6CNET
iPhone 6 tipped to feature curved chassis design; alleged case showcasedNDTV
Computerworld -ZDNet -InformationWeek
all 1,593 news articles »
 

The Next Digit

Facebook acquires Moves fitness-tracking app that has “millions of active users”
The Next Digit
World's largest social network extends its reach to fitness space. Facebook acquires popular fitness-tracking app “Moves” to add it to its aggressive mobile app plans. moves-app-screenshot. In its homepage, Moves announced that it's joining Facebook as it ...
Facebook buys Moves app in bid to take on Fitbit and NikeDaily Mail
Facebook enters fitness tracking with acquisition of 'Moves' app makerPCWorld
Facebook buys fitness tracker startup behind MovesSFGate
NDTV -Upstart
all 185 news articles »
 

The Guardian

NASA tracks runaway iceberg
Herald Sun
Video; Image. Massive iceberg breaks free 1:26. Play video. http://cdn.newsapi.com.au/image/v1/. An iceberg named B31 has broken away from an Antarctic glacier. NASA has been observing the ice since a crack was spotted in 2011. Courtesy NASA Earth ...
Iceberg larger than the ISLE OF MAN floats into ocean and is so big NASA is ...Mirror.co.uk
Scientist from Morgan State Watching Enormous Iceberg DriftWBAL Radio
Humongous iceberg might be on the move, say scientists (+video)Christian Science Monitor

all 38 news articles »
 

This Is Wiltshire

Street's broadband is second fastest in UK
This Is Wiltshire
SPENCER Close has the second fastest broadband speed in the country, it has been revealed, following a survey of two million connection speeds nationwide. The results of the study, by USwitch, released yesterday, showed that on average, residents in the ...
Report reveals UK streets with slowest broadband speeds—tough luck if you live ...Tech Times
Live in Essex? You may have the worst broadband speed in the UK…Computer Business Review
Erw Fawr in Henryd has slowest broadband speed in UKBBC News
The Guardian -Expert Reviews -Herts and Essex Observer
all 63 news articles »
 

ITV News

RSPCA appeal after bird of prey is shot
ITV News
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a rare bird of prey was shot in Wellingborough. The bird suffered a badly-injured wing and was taken to the East Winch Wildlife Centre in Norfolk. It was x-rayed and found to be peppered with shotgun pellets.
Red Kite shot in WellingboroughNorthamptonshire Telegraph
RSPCA express horror after Red Kite is shot in WellingboroughNorthampton Herald and Post
Rare bird of prey dies after being shot in NorthamptonshireNorthampton Chronicle & Echo

all 4 news articles »
 

Telegraph.co.uk

Build 'green corridor' around HS2
Telegraph.co.uk
A green corridor stretching from London to the North should be created alongside HS2 to make up for 500 important wildlife sites which will be disturbed by the project, a charity claims. The Wildlife Trusts said a “ribbon of wildlife-rich landscape” running 1km ...
Warning over HS2 wildlife impactITV News
Wildlife sites 'at risk from HS2'Romsey Advertiser

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