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Wearable technology NAILED: Smart fingernails light up when you take a call

Wearable technology NAILED: Smart fingernails light up when you take a call

Tokyo toy company Takara Tomy has released 'smart nails' that light up. Called LumiDecoNail (pictured) the fingernails are activated when near an NFC device.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Living the afterlife in comfort! Bronze Age burial found complete with skeletons, chariots, gold and even an ARMCHAIR:

Living the afterlife in comfort! Bronze Age burial found complete with skeletons, chariots, gold...

The 4000-year-old find, made near the municipality of Lagodekhi in south Georgia. provides evidence of the rich burials traditions of the nomadic people from the Eurasian steppes.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Death of the plasma TV: Samsung to end panel production in November 2014

Death of the plasma TV: Samsung to end panel production in November 2014

The Korean-based firm announced it will shut down its plasma panel business by 30 November, blaming the decline in 'overall demand for plasma televisions'.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Bad news for vegetarians! Plants can hear themselves being eaten - and become defensive when attacked

Bad news for vegetarians! Plants can hear themselves being eaten - and become defensive when...

Researchers from the University of Missouri found plants respond to attack. They discovered the sound of caterpillars eating (shown) made them more defensive.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


The art of mathematics: Scientist translates complex equations into 3D sculptures

The art of mathematics: Scientist translates complex equations into 3D sculptures

The structures were created by Göttingen-based mathematician Felix Klein and displayed at a fair in Chicago in 1893. They now adorn the hallways of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Take on the Google Maps Smarty Pins challenge to test your global knowledge

Take on the Google Maps Smarty Pins challenge to test your global knowledge

Questions are answered by placing pins in the correct location on California-based Google Maps, and each player starts with 1,000 miles to explore.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Great ball of fire! WATCH the moment a police car dashcam captured the Midlands 'missile' meteor burning up in the sky

Great ball of fire! WATCH the moment a police car dashcam captured the Midlands 'missile' meteor...

New footage of the meteor that streaked across the UK has been revealed (shown). The video was captured by a police car on Monday morning near Shirley.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Facebook under investigation for News Feed Experiment: Watchdog to assess if the firm breached data regulations

Facebook under investigation for News Feed Experiment: Watchdog to assess if the firm breached...

Cheshire-based Information Commissioner's Office is said to be looking into the experiment in which almost 700,000 users had their news feeds secretly altered.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


How many legs does a kangaroo have? FIVE: Tail is used as extra limb to help the creatures move, claims study

How many legs does a kangaroo have? FIVE: Tail is used as extra limb to help the creatures move,...

Scientists from Colorado, Sydney and Burnaby in Canada found that a kangaroo’s tail provide as much driving force as their front and hind legs combined.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Memory of a goldfish? It's not so bad! Fish can remember where food is after 12 DAYS

Memory of a goldfish? It's not so bad! Fish can remember where food is after 12 DAYS

Researchers from MacEwan University, Canada trained African Cichlids where to get food. After three days, they were given a 12-day rest period, but could remember the source of their last meal.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Seahenge has a sister: Second timber circle uncovered off Norwich coast may have been a burial mound for Bronze Age leaders

Seahenge has a sister: Second timber circle uncovered off Norwich coast may have been a burial...

The timber circle was discovered in Holme-next-the Sea, Norwich and is the second Bronze Age structure found in the region. Tests reveal the circle dates to 2049 BC.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


US researchers reveal walking robot controlled by live MUSCLES

US researchers reveal walking robot controlled by live MUSCLES

Illinois researchers developed the tiny muscle-powered 'bio-bots,' that can be controlled with an electric current.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Second time lucky? Watch LIVE as Nasa attempts satellite launch after rocket encountered problem yesterday

Second time lucky? Watch LIVE as Nasa attempts satellite launch after rocket encountered problem...

Nasa's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 should launch today at 10:56am BST (shown). Yesterday's launch was cancelled when a water flow problem was discovered.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Snapchat releases new line of location-aware filters

Snapchat releases new line of location-aware filters

Snapchat's new service offers users customised graphics to put in their pics depending on where they are as the firm gears up to take on Apple and Facebook.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Radio uses camera to detect how listener feels before choosing song

Radio uses camera to detect how listener feels before choosing song

Rapport Radio, which looks like a lamp, cranks up the volume if the person smiles at the song, but tries another tune if the listener frowns.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Not getting a good night's sleep can cause your brain to SHRINK and speed its decline

Not getting a good night's sleep can cause your brain to SHRINK and speed its decline

Duke researchers found the less older adults sleep, the faster their brain shrinks and declines.

dailymail.co.uk (21 days ago)


Emojili social network only allows communication using emoji

Emojili social network only allows communication using emoji

A pair of London designers came up with the idea after seeing the Yo app - and say 10,000 have signed up already.

dailymail.co.uk (22 days ago)


Google buys streaming music service Songza to take on Spotify, Amazon and Apple

Google buys streaming music service Songza to take on Spotify, Amazon and Apple

Songza create custome playlists curated by experts, and is expected to be used in Google's upcoming YouTube music service.

dailymail.co.uk (22 days ago)


Could stress be as contagious as a cold? Researchers warn it can be passed from person to person - but say it can also trigger heroic behaviour in some

Could stress be as contagious as a cold? Researchers warn it can be passed from person to person...

Saint Louis researchers devised an experiment to show shows that in some situations stress is contagious.

dailymail.co.uk (22 days ago)


The microscopic balls that could dramatically increase the survival rates of soldiers and car crash victims

The microscopic balls that could dramatically increase the survival rates of soldiers and car...

When injected after blast trauma Cleveland researchers say the nanoparticles could dramatically increase survival rates in mice.

dailymail.co.uk (22 days ago)


The Bayeux Tapestry is finally complete: Stunning embroidery goes on display after Channel Islanders spend a year finishing the 900-year-old masterpiece

The Bayeux Tapestry is finally complete: Stunning embroidery goes on display after Channel...

Stitchers in the tiny Channel Island of Alderney have completed the missing final piece of the famed piece, which is now on display at the Bayeux Tapestry Museum in France until the end of August.

dailymail.co.uk (22 days ago)


Could US Soldiers be given superblood to beat biological toxins?

Could US Soldiers be given superblood to beat biological toxins?

Massachusetts researchers altered red blood cells (pictured) to allow them to take on other properties - and say they could even reduce cholesterol and treat strokes.

dailymail.co.uk (22 days ago)


Beware snake island! Forbidden rock off the coast of Brazil is home to world's deadliest serpent - and its venom MELTS human flesh

Beware snake island! Forbidden rock off the coast of Brazil is home to world's deadliest serpent...

A restricted island off the coast of Sao Paolo called Ilha de Queimada Grande (pictured) is home of the deadly golden lancehead viper.

dailymail.co.uk (22 days ago)


Google WWI View: Explore First World War trench maps and watch the Western Front evolve as Germans and Allies forged their attacks

Google WWI View: Explore First World War trench maps and watch the Western Front evolve as...

More than 130 trench maps (pictured) covering Europe between 1915 and 1918 were digitised by the National Library of Scotland.

dailymail.co.uk (22 days ago)

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