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Thought robocalls were annoying? FCC could soon allow 'ringless voicemails' on your mobile

The US Republican Party has shown its support for a loophole in the law that bars telemarketers from robocalling smartphones without the user's written permission. Proposed by a marketing firm, the petition has suggested letting marketers deliver pre-rec

yesterday, 19:40 in Science &Technology
 

NASA brings forward mission to explore a $10,000 quadrillion metal asteroid that could cause the world's...

It may be 230 million miles (370 million km) away from Earth, but this asteroid could be worth a fortune. 16 Psyche is one of the most mysterious objects in our solar system, and scientists could soon be getting a close-up view thanks to a NASA mission.

yesterday, 19:40 in Science &Technology
 

Why are Donald Trump's 'linguistically challenged' speeches getting WORSE? Experts say cognitive decline...

Decades ago, President Donald Trump’s style of speech was quite different than it is today. In contrast to the ‘tortured syntax’ now common in his responses, Trump was once far more articulate, often using well-structured sentences and ‘sophisticated voc

yesterday, 19:40 in Science &Technology
 

Wipe out: Aerial photos show how a stretch of scenic Pacific Coast Highway in Big Sur was buried under one...

New aerial photos show how a stretch of the scenic Pacific Coast Highway in tourist haven Big Sur is buried under one million tons of rock and dirt following California's largest mudslide in history over the weekend. The massive landslide that went into

yesterday, 19:40 in Science &Technology
 

Secrets of the Stone Age artisans: Cavemen transformed the way they used PAINT signalling a cultural shift...

From incredible cave paintings to home-made jewellery, it's well known that Stone Age man had an artistic streak. Now experts have examined a large collection of iron-rich rock ochre - a mineral used to make pigments for paint. The analysis indicates tha

yesterday, 19:40 in Science &Technology
 

What are those strange orbs? 'Supernatural' lights and ghostly figure caught on camera in a 'haunted house'

A spooky video has captured a strange floating orb and a ghost-like figure rushing towards the camera in an old haunted cottage. The video appears to be filmed in a small dimly lit cottage kitchen capturing strange floating orbs and a woman like figure a

yesterday, 19:40 in Science &Technology
 

Chelsea's 1970 FA Cup party saw Slaidburn Street painted blue... But 47 years on there's no bunting anymore...

Changing places, changing faces, changing times. Some 47 years on from Chelsea's first FA Cup triumph and this iconic snapshot of their past, Sportsmail revisited Slaidburn Street to recreate the image in the present ahead of Saturday's final against Ars

yesterday, 19:01 in Sport
 

Jenson Button admits he's not feeling pressure of Monaco Grand Prix return as Lewis Hamilton and Co arrive...

Jenson Button insisted that he is feeling 'no pressure at all' ahead of his return to the sport at this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix. With Fernando Alonso competing at the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday night, Button is filling the Spaniard's vacant McLaren s

yesterday, 19:01 in Sport
 

Daniel Ricciardo looking to take care of 'unfinished business' at Monaco Grand Prix after missing out on...

Daniel Ricciardo says he is looking to take care of 'unfinished business' in Monaco this weekend. After claiming his maiden pole position here 12 months ago, the Red Bull driver was on course for just his fourth win as he controlled the race from the fro

yesterday, 19:01 in Sport
 

Andy Murray may still be affected by shingles, says Tim Henman, as world No 1 continues to struggle on the...

Andy Murray's attack of shingles this year may have been more of a factor in his recent struggles than has been acknowledged, according to his friend Tim Henman. The former British number one believes that health issues have been at the heart of him fail

yesterday, 19:01 in Sport
 

Celtic chairman Ian Bankier compares current crop to Lisbon Lions: 'There is a togetherness which everybody...

Brendan Rodgers' current Celtic side have a 'whiff' of the Lisbon Lions about them, according to chairman Ian Bankier. On May 25, 1967, Jock Stein's Hoops became the first British side to capture the European Cup with a 2-1 win over Inter Milan in Portug

yesterday, 19:01 in Sport
 

Barcelona legend Xavi picks out Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos as his successor: 'He has a way of...

Barcelona legend Xavi has picked out Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos as his successor in the world of football.  The Spanish legend is now plying his trade in the far east, having established himself as one of the all-time great midfielders in the worl

yesterday, 19:01 in Sport
 

Our first glimpse of the iPhone 8's final design? Video of a dummy handset reveals what the device could...

Rumours have followed the iPhone 8 ever since it was first announced, and a new video claims to show the upcoming handset in the closest detail yet. Apple's flagship smartphone isn't expected for at least another four months but the clip shows a dummy ve

yesterday, 18:14 in Science &Technology
 

The moment that doomed Schiaparelli: 'Conflicting information' on the lander's computer caused it to crash...

Europe's Mars lander crashed after conflicting information on its onboard computer caused it to cut its descent short, an inquiry has revealed. The Schiaparelli descent and landing demonstrator module separated from its mothership, the Trace Gas Orbiter,

yesterday, 18:14 in Science &Technology
 

Animals are conscientious too: Researchers find reptiles, birds, and even insects show scruples and a...

Humans aren’t the only species that show strong worth ethic and scruples. Researchers have discovered that animals such as insects, reptiles, birds and fish show signs of conscientiousness to. They found that, just like in humans, conscientiousness leads

yesterday, 18:14 in Science &Technology
 


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