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IsAnyoneUp was set up at the end of 2010, originally as a way for Hunter Moore to write stories about his own experiences with women, as well as post pictures

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Hunter Moore, owner of controversial blog IsAnyoneUp.com, has closed the website, selling its domain to an anti-bullying group BullyVille.com

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Hunter Moore, owner of controversial blog IsAnyoneUp.com, has closed the website, selling its domain to an anti-bullying group BullyVille.com. IsAnyoneUp.com had been encouraging people to send in intimate pictures of ex-girlfriends and ex-boyfriends for more than a year. Hunter Moore said the decision to close was made to “to stand up for under-age bullying”. New owner BullyVille.com...

Apple has decided to recall the first generation of iPod Nano due to a defect of batteries

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...efect discovered in the batteries appears to get worse over time. Apple announced that is offering a replacement, new iPod Nano – a serious technological upgrade which adds a touchscreen, an FM radio and a pedometer to the rather basic Nano that late Apple CEO Steve Jobs launched six years ago. It’s not clear what incident sparked the current recal. There have been unconfirmed and high...

King Juan Carlos of Spain has undergone hip replacement surgery following a fall on a private trip to Botswana

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King Juan Carlos of Spain has undergone hip replacement surgery following a fall on a private trip to Botswana, the Royal Palace has said. King Juan Carlos, 74, suffered a triple fracture of the hip, which the palace said was “linked to arthritis”. This is the fourth operation the king has undergone in the past two years. Earlier this week, the king’s 13-year-old grandson was tr...

A new study shows that nicotine patches are a waste of time and money, as they are not better than willpower at helping smokers to quit

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A new study shows that nicotine patches are a waste of time and money, as they are not better than willpower at helping smokers to quit. In earlier clinical trials it was suggested that nicotine replacement therapy could double a smoker’s chances of giving up the habit. However, the new study of 800 patients found patches made no difference to long-term quitting rates. According to researchers, t...

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...nagement and satiety,” said Nirvana Chapman. Snacks represent 20% of the high protein food and drink new product launches in the US in 2012, followed by meal- replacement and other fortified drinks (17%) and spoon-able yogurt (15%). Products launched in the US with both a high-protein and vegan claim have shown a steady increase since 2008, with a 54% growth in the last five years. Globally, the p...

The Vienna Philharmonic orchestra is expected to publish details of its history during the Nazi era in response to accusations of a cover-up

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...ments when he wrote the book. According to a summary of Oliver Rathkolb’s report handed to the New York Times last month, the revelation that a replacement ring was given to Baldur von Schirach after his release from prison came to light only recently. Baldur von Schirach’s son Richard wrote about it in a book in 2004 but refused to name the man who gave it to his father. Oliver Rathko...

The Singapore Airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Azerbaijan due to loss of cabin pressure

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A Singapore Airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Azerbaijan due to loss of cabin pressure. The Airbus A380 plane was flying from London to Singapore and had 467 passengers and 27 crew members on board. Singapore Airlines said that oxygen masks were deployed and the aircraft landed “uneventfully” at the Baku airport. It said that none of the passengers or crew was...

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill fumed at the lack of answers from GM’s new CEO Mary Barra during a second day of hearings

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General Motors is accused by US Congress of a potentially criminal cover-up of its defective ignition switches. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill fumed at the lack of answers from GM’s new CEO Mary Barra during a second day of hearings Wednesday into why the carmaker waited a decade to recall cars with the deadly flaw. Members of a Senate subcommittee also said GM should tell owners of the 2.6 million ca...

A number of Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabooks users have complained that their laptops smell of cat urine

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...which has now been changed, Dell said. Users affected by the issue should send their laptop back for replacement parts. Customers first raised the issue with Dell’s high-end business laptop in June. “A few weeks ago I got a new Lattitude 6430u for work,” one user called Three West complained on Dell’s hardware support forum. A number of Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabooks users...

Jane Fonda has now come up a yoga routine, aimed at those aged 50 and over, which provides a gentle but effective introduction to the popular form of exercise

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Despite being in her seventies and suffering from arthritis, Jane Fonda remains a keen advocate of fitness for women of all ages – but has learnt from personal experience that it isn’t always easy as you get older. Jane Fonda, now aged 75, has found she’s had to adapt her own fitness regime to the capabilities of her ageing body. And she has found yoga to be a perfect fit becaus...

Jay Leno will reportedly receive a $15 million payoff as he steps down as host of NBC’s The Tonight Show months ahead of the end of his contract

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...r 22 years – before his contract expires in September 2014, making way for Jimmy Fallon as the new host. According to the New York Daily News, the payoff – which equates to Jay Leno’s annual salary on the show – is peanuts for the comedian, who makes the biggest bucks for standup in Las Vegas. As the shake-up was confirmed after weeks of speculation, Jay Leno told Jimmy Fal...

Women who take HRT may cut their risk of heart problems

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Women who take hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may cut their risk of heart problems, a study suggests, but experts are still cautious about long-term safety risks. Published in the journal BMJ, the study also found HRT is not associated with an increased risk of cancer or stroke – but past studies have shown a link. The Department of Health advises women to only use it on a short-term bas...

Toyota has decided to recall 681,500 vehicles in the US dealing a blow to its efforts to rebuild its image after a number of safety issues in recent years

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...yota is the world’s third-largest carmaker. “Toyota is currently obtaining the necessary replacement parts. Once the replacement parts are available, we will notify owners,” the carmaker said in a statement. The recall comes at a time when Toyota is not just seeking to rebuild its brand image but also trying to win back its market share that it lost to competitors after last year...

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...access the iCloud features. iCloud has been announced at WWDC 2011 in California in June and is the replacement of Apple’s MobileMe service.  [googlead tip="patrat_mic" aliniat="dreapta"] iCloud features your iWork, Contacts, Calendar, and Find my iPhone — features which are available in both Mac OS X and iOS 5. iCloud also includes a new Mail application being similar as design to Mac OS X Lion’...

The British attempt to search for life in ancient Lake Ellsworth beneath the Antarctic ice-sheet has run into trouble

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The British attempt to search for life in ancient Lake Ellsworth beneath the Antarctic ice-sheet has run into trouble. The team has reported “a serious problem” with the main boiler used to heat the water that powers a drill. Work was halted on Saturday in what could prove to be a major blow to the project to investigate sub-glacial Lake Ellsworth. The aim is to use 90C water to blast...

Greek PM Antonis Samaras has said a small number of people could be hired to produce news and current affairs programmes at ERT

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Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has said a small number of people could be hired to produce news and current affairs programmes until a new public service broadcaster is set up. Antonis Samaras has been heavily criticized for ordering the sudden closure of public broadcaster ERT. The offer of a concession follows pressure from the PM’s partners in the coalition government. ERT’s...

Matt Smith is to leave his role in Doctor Who at the end of this year

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...ill so exciting.” Matt Smith’s first adventure in April 2010, the Eleventh Hour, saw his newly-regenerated Doctor crash his Tardis into the garden of a young Scottish girl who was later to become his new companion – Amy Pond. In his most recent adventure, the Name of the Doctor – which aired two weeks ago – Matt Smith’s Time Lord visited his own grave on the planet Tr...

South Korea has suspended operations at two more nuclear reactors over the use of unauthorized parts

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South Korea has decided to suspend operations at two more nuclear reactors over the use of unauthorized parts. The Nuclear Safety and Security Commission also delayed the start of operations at two other reactors, but said there was no public safety threat. Two reactors were suspended in late 2012, amid a scandal over parts with fake safety certificates. South Korea has 23 nuclear reactors which...

Paris Jackson is interested to visit Mark Lester after revelations he is her biological father

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Michael Jackson’s daughter, Paris, is reportedly keen to come to the UK and visit Mark Lester following revelations this week claiming he’s her biological father. On Tuesday Jason Pfeiffer, a friend of Michael Jackson, claimed he is able to confirm rumors that both his children, Paris and Prince, were fathered by British actor Mark Lester. Jason Pfeiffer, said to be a close friend of Michae...

British researchers believe that eating lots of broccoli may slow down and even prevent osteoarthritis

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British researchers believe that eating lots of broccoli may slow down and even prevent osteoarthritis. The University of East Anglia team is starting human trials following on from successful lab studies. Tests on cells and mice showed that a broccoli compound – which humans can also get from Brussels sprouts and cabbage – blocked a key destructive enzyme that damages cartilage. Rese...

The Rolling Stones tickets for the band’s Hyde Park concert in July sold out in just five minutes

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The Rolling Stones tickets for the band’s Hyde Park concert in July sold out in just five minutes. Despite fans voicing concerns about the high cost of admission, which started at £95 ($150), the 65,000 tickets for Hyde Park  gig went within minutes of being put on general release on Friday morning. AEG Live promoter Rob Hallett said the response had been “incredible”. Rob Hallett said: “We sold...

Pope Francis has appointed Archbishop Pietro Parolin as new secretary of state

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Pope Francis has appointed Archbishop Pietro Parolin as new secretary of state. The move is seen as the Pope’s most significant appointment since he became leader of the Catholic Church in March. Archbishop Pietro Parolin, a 58-year-old Vatican diplomat, replaced Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, 79, who is retiring. Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, appointed by Francis’ predecessor Pope Benedict, had b...

The world's first lab-grown burger was cooked and eaten at a news conference in London

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Frankenburger, the world’s first lab-grown burger, was cooked and eaten at a news conference in London today. Dutch scientists took cells from a cow and turned them into strips of muscle that they combined to make a patty. Researchers say the technology could be a sustainable way of meeting what they say is a growing demand for meat. Critics say that eating less meat would be an easier way...

Glastonbury Festival has survived riots, fires, mud swamps in its action-packed 43-year-history

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Glastonbury Festival has survived riots, fires, mud swamps in its action-packed 43-year-history. The Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts is a performing arts festival that takes place near Pilton, Somerset, England, best known for its contemporary music, but also for dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret and other arts. From humble hippyfest to music megabrand – Glastonbu...