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Hearts defender Aaron Hughes insists a trophy is the only thing missing from his illustrious 20-year career 

Aaron Hughes has every right to be satisfied with an illustrious 20-year career which has seen him amass over 100 caps for Northern Ireland, play in a European Championships and a Europa League final, and square up to the likes of Thierry Henry, Didier D

today, 01:33 in Sport

So you CAN stockpile sleep: Scientists claim you can survive an all-nighter if you squeeze in an extra two...

If you are planning a late night, you might be able to avoid the after-effects of too little rest, research suggests. For scientists claim it’s possible to ‘stockpile’ sleep in advance to help you cope. They reckon an extra two hours a night for a short

today, 00:52 in Health

Outbreak of rare rat virus linked to acute kidney disease sparks panic in the Midwest

A rare rat virus that causes hemorrhagic fever and kidney disease has infected eight people in Wisconsin and Illinois. Though small, the outbreak of the so-called 'Seoul virus' is significant since it should not be found in the United States, health offi

today, 00:52 in Health

South Africa overcome Sri Lanka by 19 runs in rain-reduced Twenty20 as Lungi Ngidi stars with the ball

South Africa continued its test-winning form against Sri Lanka with a 19-run victory on Friday in the first Twenty20 international, reduced to 10 overs per side due to rain. South Africa reached 126-5 after Sri Lanka won the toss and chose to bowl. Sri L

today, 00:46 in Sport

Gregor Townsend defends Glasgow Warriors from Conor Murray claims... but he's got Ben Youngs in his sights

First they rattled the cage of Munster scrum-half Conor Murray. Now, Glasgow Warriors have Leicester's Ben Youngs firmly in their sights ahead of Saturday's crucial European Champions Cup match at Welford Road. Murray, in the wake of his side's victory a

today, 00:46 in Sport

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

today, 00:38 in Science &Technology

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

today, 00:38 in Science &Technology

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

today, 00:38 in Science &Technology

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

today, 00:38 in Science &Technology

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

today, 00:38 in Science &Technology

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

today, 00:38 in Science &Technology

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

today, 00:38 in Science &Technology

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

today, 00:38 in Science &Technology

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

today, 00:38 in Science &Technology

Walter Mazzarri insists Watford's poor run of form has 'absolutely not' led him to question his ability as...

Walter Mazzarri insists he has never doubted his ability to manage in the Premier League despite Watford’s recent poor run giving him sleepless nights. The Hornets are winless in their last six Premier League matches ahead of their visit to Bournemouth t

today, 00:35 in Sport

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