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You're not alone with wifi woes: Researchers find 45% of connection attempts hit problems - but say AI...

While it is an incredible useful technology, wifi can also be one of the most frustrating - and researchers believe they may have worked out why. Thousands of users have experienced the pain and annoyance of trying to connect to a network and being left

Daily Mail, today, 00:38

Why the world doesn't go dark when we blink: Researchers find our brain works as a 'steadicam' to keep our...

Blinking - everyone does it every few seconds, but why doesn't everything we see turn blurred or go dark every time we do? Blinking does more than keep our eyes wet - it actually helps keep our vision steady.  Researchers have found that when we blink, o

Daily Mail, today, 00:38

That's supersonic! Ultrafast cameras capture 'sonic booms' of light for first time

For the first time, scientists have captured the elusive light scattering phenomenon that occurs when a particle travels at supersonic speed. This event, known as the Mach cone, is much like the sonic boom of an airplane traveling faster than the speed o

Daily Mail, today, 00:38

Donald Trump's FACE gives away his leadership style: Researchers say it shows an 'aggressive, dominant and...

Donald J Trump made an oath to be 'the People's President' today, but many Americans are still worried about what the next four years will bring. However, new research reveals that the way Trump will lead the country is written all over his face. Because

Daily Mail, today, 00:38

Trump's White House deletes all reference to climate change and gay rights from website as it takes the ax...

Donald Trump's new administration deleted swathes of Barack Obama's pet policies from the White House website hours after taking office. Deleted from the website were the phrases 'LGBT' rights and 'climate change.' A page in the issues section promoted a

Daily Mail, today, 00:38

The ultimate exam cheat: Socratic app can answer any question you point your phone's camera at (and you can...

A new app can give you the answers to your math homework and even explain how to solve it just by taking a picture. Called Socratic, the free app uses artificial intelligence to determine what information you need, and returns ‘explainers’ and videos to

Daily Mail, today, 00:38

Feeling lucky? Researchers reveal how far the 50 most popular cars in America will REALLY drive on empty -...

Nearly a million motorists a year break down because they have run out of fuel.  However, researchers have found that the distance you can run on fumes greatly depends on the type of car you are driving.  A new report suggests that if you usually forget

Daily Mail, today, 00:38

The nuclear plant that can fit on the back of a truck: Radical mini reactor could power cities

A nuclear power company has designed a 'modular' mini nuclear power plant. Each nuclear reactor could fit on the back of a truck, but would still be nine stories tall.  The company behind the radical design says it is far safer, and each mini reactor con

Daily Mail, today, 00:38

TV networks to take on Netflix by releasing EVERY episode of hit shows online for binge watchers

Traditional TV networks are following Netflix's lead by releasing all new episodes of a series at the same time, a step to win over binge viewers who do not want to wait a week for the next installment. The move poses a direct challenge to Netflix and a

Daily Mail, today, 00:38

MIT and Harvard launch $27m initiative to 'advance artificial intelligence research for the public good'

Scientists have teamed up in a $27 million global initiative to ensure that artificial intelligence doesn’t turn against humanity. The MIT Media Lab and the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University are spearheading the effort,

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:00

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 disaster was caused by 'irregularly sized batteries' and manufacturing issues

Samsung has revealed the problem that caused dozens of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to catch fire, triggering one of the biggest and most expensive product recalls in history. A new report from the WSJ has revealed that the fiasco was caused by ‘irregul

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:00

The incredible anti-vibration material that could protect everything from entire buildings during...

There are 16,000 transfers of premature babies to medical facilities each year in the UK alone.  The babies are often transported over large distances from rural to city locations over significant periods of time, in some cases two hours or more.  The am

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:00

Robots will be able to sense when humans are nearby using electronic 'snake skin' inspired by viper attacks

Scientists have pulled inspiration from snakes to help robots detect when humans are near. The heat-sensing film has the ability to detect tiny temperature changes, and was inspired in the sensors a viper uses its skin to find prey. Researchers foresee t

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:00

From 25-foot-long lizards to 2-ton wombats, more than 85% of Australia's large wildlife died out 45,000...

Around 45,000 years ago, huge 1,000 pound kangaroos, 2-ton wombats and 25-foot long lizards roamed around Australia. But researchers have found that shortly after humans arrived in Australia, more than 85 per cent of these 'megafauna' species went extinc

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:00

The power that can shape a continent revealed: Study finds heat from deep in the Earth's core drives the...

They have the power to shape continents and create and destroy cities. Now, researchers have solved the mystery of how the Earth's tectonic plates are powered. Researchers say heat from deep in the planet's core drives the movement of the megaplates, in

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:00

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