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First ever ‘vampire viruses’ are discovered in the wild in the US

Viruses come in contact with other viruses to replicate in a host Scientists found the first case where viruses latched onto the neck of helpers READ MORE: Chi... read more

Simple emoji password trick makes your accounts impenetrable

A tech expert reveals you can add emojis to passwords to make them stronger  He shared that up to five is equivalent to a regular password of nine characters R... read more

IoT Integration: Smart Restaurant Furniture for a Connected Dining Experience

A new actor has emerged in the ever-changing landscape of the restaurant sector, where customer experience reigns supreme, set to revolutionize the way we dine.... read more

Scientists reveal why time goes in slow-mo when staring death in the face

Near-death experiences can make time appear in slow motion This is because our brain collects more information to help us respond READ MORE:  Scientists revea... read more

Apple Watch users say the latest update is RUINING their battery life, with reports of charge draining within minutes – here’s what to do if you’re affected

1976: Founders Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne created the company on April 1 1976 as they set about selling computer kits to hobbyists, each of whi... read more

Self-proclaimed AI savior Elon Musk will launch his own artificial intelligence TOMORROW – as he tries to avoid tech destroying humanity

Elon Musk is set to roll out the first model of his AI-powered system, xAI, on Saturday, one day after he proclaimed the tech is the biggest risk to humanity. ... read more

Alexa can make pensioners feel less lonely and isolated, study finds

By Jim Norton Technology Editor Published: 00:46 GMT, 3 November 2023 | Updated: 00:50 GMT, 3 November 2023 It is perhaps poignant – but Alexa appears to make... read more

Humans having sex with a now-extinct species could be why you suffer from mental health issues, study claims

A gene from Denisovans makes people predisposed to mental health issues  The gene was passed down to humans about 60,000 years ago in Asia READ MORE:  DNA f... read more

NASA releases footage of 600,000-mile-long ‘canyon of fire’ shooting out from the sun on Halloween

An explosion of radiation coming from the sun was captured by NASA’s probe  It measured twice as wide as the US and was seen from Mars  READ MORE:  NA... read more

Four rare birds of prey thrive at ‘record’ levels in the UK as ospreys soar back from the brink of extinction

 Systematic persecution over 150 years had left ospreys on brink of extinction  Marsh harrier, goshawk and white-tailed eagle population at all-time high  ... read more

Is this how Earth goes out, too? Scientists say sun will expand to 1,000 times its size and obliterate our planet instantly – after studying similar transition of a star in outer space

Our sun is predicted to expand to 1,000 times its size in its last stages of life, obliterating Earth instantly – and a distant star will play out the cat... read more

‘Godfather’ of AI is among hundreds of experts calling for urgent action to prevent the ‘potentially catastrophic’ risks posed by technology

Elon Musk wants to push technology to its absolute limit, from space travel to self-driving cars — but he draws the line at artificial intelligence.  The bil... read more

People all over the world say ‘this’ or ‘that’ depending on whether an object is within reach or further away, study finds

The experiment found that the word ‘this’ was used when the object was close  By Victoria Allen Published: 02:04 GMT, 31 October 2023 | Updated: 02... read more

Crimes could soon be solved using cat DNA found at crime scenes with new method

 The statically charged hairs of pet cats easily cling to owner’s’ clothes By Victoria Allen Science Editor Published: 01:13 GMT, 31 October 2023 |... read more

Scientists reveal what caused the ‘catastrophic collapse’ that led to the extinction of the dinosaurs 66 million years ago

Scientists are on the hunt to uncover what caused the dinosaurs to go extinct  A new analysis found that dust from pulverized rock created a nuclear winter  ... read more

Revealed: Cost to build iPhone 15 Pro Max explains its hefty £1,199 price tag

The 15 Pro Max model is more expensive than its iPhone 14 Pro Max predecessor At £460, its cost to build is up by 12 per cent on the version released last year... read more

What is digital manufacturing? Uses and benefits

Manufacturing encompasses the entire product life cycle, commencing from its initial design phase and concluding when the product reaches the hands of the consu... read more

How to use iMessage on any ANDROID device (with one tiny drawback)

By Rob Waugh Tech Correspondent For Dailymail.Com Published: 15:57 BST, 27 October 2023 | Updated: 15:57 BST, 27 October 2023 With 1.3 billion iPhone users worl... read more

Would YOU survive a zombie apocalypse? Scientists reveal how long it would take a plague to spread through a city – with terrifying results

Researchers investigated how a zombie plague would spread through Finland Simulations suggest it would take just seven hours to spread through the capital By Sh... read more

Revealed: The surprising ways you’re ALREADY using AI in your day-to-day life

From killer robots to evil chatbots, AI is often associated with nefarious purposes But a report claims we use AI three times more in our daily lives than we th... read more

iPhone users say Apple’s iOS 17.1 update is RUINING their battery life, with reports of charge draining within hours – here’s what to do if your phone is affected

1976: Founders Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne created the company on April 1 1976 as they set about selling computer kits to hobbyists, each of whi... read more

Scientists discover for the first time that sperm defy one of Newton’s laws of PHYSICS

 Scientists found sperm tails deform to propel the agent through liquid The elasticity of the tails should expend more energy and hinder mobility  READ MORE: ... read more

McDonald’s ditches iconic item after nearly 30 years to ‘help save the environment’

McDonald’s revealed it is replacing an iconic utensil with a sustainable option The hollowed-out, square-shaped McFlurry spoon will no longer be offered ... read more

Bad grammar is so maddening it activates the ‘fight or flight’ response within the human body, study finds

Bad grammar includes mixing tenses, and confusing singular and plural  These errors appear to activate a ‘fight or flight’ response within the huma... read more