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Is WhatsApp down for you? Users take to Twitter to vent their frustration as messaging app crashes

WhatsApp is down and not working right now for thousands of users. The problem, which appear to be centered around the UK, has forced users to take to Twitter to vent their frustration.  The issues began after 6:37PM GMT (1:37 PM EST), according to...

30 November 2017 in Science &Technology
 

Notorious climate skeptic under fire for new paper that 'manipulates actual temperature measurement' to...

A team of researchers known for publishing controversial findings that challenge the idea of human influence on climate change has now released a study that suggests there has been no acceleration in warming over the last two decades. But, as other...

30 November 2017 in Science &Technology
 

Deadly earthquakes and tsunamis could be spotted minutes sooner by reading tiny changes in GRAVITY

Deadly earthquakes and tsunamis could be spotted minutes sooner by reading tiny changes in gravity, researchers claim. As many as 10,000 people die each year in earthquakes, with up to 3.1 million quake-related deaths predicted in the coming century....

30 November 2017 in Science &Technology
 

Not so scary after all! Analysis of 200 fossilised pterosaur eggs reveals that the giant reptiles had a TWO...

They were known to rule the skies in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, but it seems that pterosaurs had a slow start in life. A new study has revealed that the giant reptiles had a two year incubation and couldn't fly when they hatched. The...

30 November 2017 in Science &Technology
 

Researchers say there could be two MILLION species in the sea - and we've found less than 275,000 of them

'The oceans cover 70% of the surface of our planet, and yet they are still the least explored,' says Sir David Attenborough in the opening sequence of the recent BBC documentary series Blue Planet II.  'Hidden beneath the waves, there are creatures...

30 November 2017 in Science &Technology
 

Did humans descend from SPONGES? The humble creature is our deepest ancestor, statistical analysis suggests

It's one of biology's most-heated debates – what are the origins of animals? Now, researchers have waded into the debate with a new study, suggesting that the humble sponge may be our earliest ancestor. The findings cast doubt on previous studies,...

30 November 2017 in Science &Technology
 

Tiger Woods makes hot start on comeback from back surgery at Hero World Challenge... including smoking...

The hype surrounding Tiger Woods' return to tournament golf after nearly 10 months out following spinal fusion surgery reached giddy levels after the 14-time major champion made a strong start at the Hero World Challenge. Woods, playing in the...

30 November 2017 in Sport
 

Patients may no longer be able to get painkillers, cough mixture and eye drops on the NHS as bosses call to...

Patients may no longer be able to get painkillers, cough mixture and eye drops on the NHS as bosses call to axe 'wasteful' prescriptions to save money. Discussions will take place in the new year over restricting prescriptions for treatments that are...

30 November 2017 in Health
 

Manchester City look 'unstoppable' but Manchester United 'are not going to go away' in Premier League title...

Former Manchester City defender Danny Mills feels Pep Guardiola's Premier League leaders 'almost look unstoppable' at the moment. But he has stressed there should be no assumptions that they will end up winning this season's title race - particularly...

30 November 2017 in Sport
 

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is charged with misconduct by the FA after being sent to the stands against...

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been charged by the FA after he was sent to stands during the win over Swansea on Wednesday night. Conte was dismissed from the touchline for the first time in his Chelsea career by Swarbrick moments before half-time...

30 November 2017 in Sport
 

Kyle Walker hopeful England's camaraderie can inspire World Cup success as right back insists current...

Kyle Walker insists England's players are as close as club team-mates. Former England stars Steven Gerrard, Rio Ferdinand and Frank Lampard this week cited club rivalries for their collective failure to live up to their potential at international...

30 November 2017 in Sport
 

Wales rugby fans warned they could be hit with alcohol ban following drunken antics after New Zealand clash...

Welsh rugby fans have been warned that they could see an alcohol ban enforced at the Principality Stadium following Saturday's clash with New Zealand in Cardiff. The issue was raised when Chief Inspector Mark Cleland of British Transport Police...

30 November 2017 in Sport
 

Liverpool train at Melwood less than 24 hours after Stoke win as Jurgen Klopp prepares for trip to Brighton

Less than 24 hours after recording a timely away win at Stoke on Wednesday night, Liverpool's first-team were back in training at Melwood. With the high-octane Christmas schedule fast approaching, Jurgen Klopp was keen to get his players back in doing...

30 November 2017 in Sport
 

Russian pair disqualified from London 2012 Olympics after new tests revealed both athletes had doped

Two more Russian athletes have failed drugs tests from the London 2012 Olympic Games, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced. Anna Nazarova, who finished fifth in the women's long jump, and the 400 metres runner Yulia Gushchina have...

30 November 2017 in Sport
 

Newcastle join clubs eyeing move for highly-rated 17-year-old Young Boys striker Yannick Toure

Newcastle are among the clubs watching Young Boys striker Yannick Toure. Born in Senegal, the 17-year-old now has a Swiss passport and has played for the country at Under-17 level. He is yet to sign a new contract with Young Boys and would be...

30 November 2017 in Sport
 


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