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Michael Dermyer and his 5 year-old son Colin watching the waves glow neon blue from the red tide at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas, California

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Red tide is a common name for a phenomenon also known as an algal bloom (large concentrations of aquatic microorganisms), an event in which...

A new “stay sober” pill is under development after University of Adelaide experiment findings

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Scientists are developing a “stay sober” pill which may help those who get drunk too easily, by limiting the effects of alcohol on their...

Facebook has admitted that it has been watching the web pages its users visit even when they have logged out

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Facebook has admitted that it has been watching the web pages its users visit even when they have logged out. In its latest privacy blunder,...

Kindle Fire, the new Amazon device has a 7 inches color screen, and will weigh 14.6oz, can store 100,000 films, 17m songs, and magazines

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Amazon has released today the Kindle Fire color tablet that costs just $199, which will put it in direct competition with Apple’s iPad 2. Kindle...

The satellite fell to Earth on Saturday morning, with debris landing in remote parts of the Pacific Ocean

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The dead satellite fell into a part of the southern Pacific Ocean about as far from large land masses as you can get, NASA...

Amazon's Kindle tablet is rumored to cost a mere $250 - including “free” access to Amazon's Prime film-streaming service

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Amazon Kindle color tablet, the new iPad rival, will be unveiled tomorrow during a press conference. Amazon is holding a press conference on Wednesday where...

Shares in Apple Inc fells as much as 3 per cent in early trading today after an analyst claimed Apple was cutting orders from suppliers of parts for iPad

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Reports from several suppliers in Asia said that Apple has reduced its orders by 25% in the last quarter for this year, according to...

The Facebook charging most recent rumor began just days after Facebook's facelift last week

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The rumor that Facebook would begin charging its users with a subscription fee is not true, Facebook has assured. On Sunday, an online rumor that...

Samsung Galaxy Skin phone is so flexible you can roll it up

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Samsung Galaxy Skin has demonstrated bendable AMOLED screens 4.5 inches across and just 0.3mm thick in January 2011. Reports this week hint that Samsung Galaxy...

Boeing 787 Dreamliner has a range of 10,000 miles, is far quieter than ordinary jets, and is constructed using a “moulding” process that has eliminated 1,500 aluminum sheets and 50,000 fasteners

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner has a range of 10,000 miles, is far quieter than ordinary jets, and is constructed using a “moulding” process that has...

Facebook Timeline will allow users to see which of your previous “friends” at some point decided to end the relationship along with every picture, message and app used

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Facebook's new Timeline feature looks set to really enrage users after it emerged the ability to anonymously “defriend” people will become a thing of...

NASA's satellite "penetrated the atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean". Where the satellite landed is not known precisely yet.

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NASA's decommissioned Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) hit the Earth last night.   NASA's Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite UPDATES: "The Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg...

The scientists at CERN found that neutrinos are travelling 60 billionths of a second quicker than the light speed limit allowed

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Physicists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), the international nuclear research facility near Geneva, Switzerland, are saying that an experiment in which...

Thyroid cancer's risk is higher in women with diabetes

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There were studies suggesting that diabetes increases a person's lifetime risk of developing thyroid cancer, and a new report published shows this linkage for...

The six-ton Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite will crash to Earth this evening

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A satellite, weighing six tons and currently out-of-control, will strike Earth at 18,000 mph and could land almost anywhere this evening – NASA warned...

The revolutionary anti-wrinkle pill, which goes on sale today in UK, claims to shrink crow’s feet by up to 30 per cent

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  A revolutionary anti-wrinkle pill, which goes on sale today in UK, claims to shrink crow’s feet by up to 30%. The three-times-a-day tablet is thought...

Uncontrolled type 2 diabetes could lead to amyloid plaques in the brain and Alzheimer's disease.

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The data that show association between Alzheimer's disease and type 2 diabetes increased over the years. Japanese scientists make the evidence stronger with a ...

Zybrestat collapses tumor vasculature and interrupts its blood flow, leading to the death of cancer cells.

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Biopharmaceutical company Oxigene has presented data that showed Zybrestat (fosbretabulin) helped improve the one-year survival rate of patients with larger anaplastic thyroid cancer tumors.   The...

Legal battle rages between Apple and Samsung over alleged similarities between their touchscreen smartphones and handsets

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Samsung sources revealed this week that the company was considering legal action to ban Apple's upcoming iPhone 5 in Europe, after one of its executives admitted...

Long term obesity lead to higher risk of diabetes

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The risk of diabetes type 2  is higher for persons who are living long time with overweight or obesity, said researchers from University of...

Inhaling a cloud of insulin two times per day appears to slow symptoms of memory loss in people with early signs of Alzheimer's disease

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Early-onset dementia: symptoms and the importance of early diagnosis.   A new study has found that inhaling a concentrated cloud of insulin through the nose two...

The miraculous drug is based on colchicine, an extract from the autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale), known also as meadow saffran

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A new drug derived from autumn crocus extracts could wipe out tumors in a single treatment with minimal side effects, according to University of...

Happy Feet on Peka Peka Beach in New Zealand

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Happy Feet, the world's most famous penguin, who was rescued in a costly mission that restored him to his ocean home, may have ended...

William H. Millard was one of the world’s most-wanted tax exiles and totalled unpaid tax bills of more than $100 million for over 20 years

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William H. Millard , former ComputerLand CEO was one of the world’s most-wanted tax exiles and allegedly totalled astonishing unpaid tax bills of more...

The CBS What's Trending apologies post few moments after the imense gaffe

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Steve Jobs resigns forced by pancreatic cancer?   CBS News made an enormous gaffe by reporting that Apple CEO Steve Jobs died in a careless post...