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Revealed: Dogs’ favourite TV programmes – and why Scooby Doo is a mutt-see for your pooch

They’re often referred to as ‘man’s best friend’, so it’s no surprise that many of us enjoy snuggling up on the sofa with our dog ... read more

Netflix reveals it’s AXING an three-year-old feature that helped people decide what to watch

Netflix could soon remove a popular feature from its streaming platform that might affect what content users decide what to watch. The company is set to remove... read more

Apple goes WOKE with new option to add pronouns in your iPhone contacts – as users joke ‘Steve Jobs would die again if he saw this’

iPhone users are furious with Apple’s latest ‘woke’ update, which adds pronouns to contacts. In a post on X (formerly Twitter), Apple sparked... read more

I received $348 by clicking one button in the ServiceNSW app – here’s how

By Carina Stathis For Daily Mail Australia Published: 03:16 GMT, 18 January 2024 | Updated: 03:16 GMT, 18 January 2024 A Sydney mum has shocked hundreds after r... read more

Scientists uncover why little dogs outlive bigger ones – and it’s NOT because they are more disease-prone

By Nikki Main Science Reporter For Dailymail.Com Published: 19:57 GMT, 17 January 2024 | Updated: 19:59 GMT, 17 January 2024 Scientists have uncovered why littl... read more

Apple is crowned the world’s biggest phonemaker – overtaking rival Samsung for the first time in 12 years

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

Are YOU smarter than our space minister? Test your knowledge with our interactive tool of the solar system, after Andrew Griffith ‘confused Mars with the Sun and Saturn for Jupiter’

Space minister Andrew Griffith mixed up Mars and the Sun during an interview MailOnline has created a quiz to test your knowledge of our Solar System   By Wil... read more

Mysterious ‘faceless seabeast’ leaves locals BAFFLED after it washes up on a beach in Yorkshire

Rumours of a strange creature living in the waters of Loch Ness have abounded over the decades, yet scant evidence has been found to back up these claims. One o... read more

Why common sense really isn’t that common! Researchers discover such logic – long thought to be universal – is unique to each individual

By Xantha Leatham Deputy Science Editor For The Daily Mail Published: 20:00 GMT, 15 January 2024 | Updated: 20:00 GMT, 15 January 2024 One  of the most irritat... read more

Device that will charge your phone in SEVEN SECONDS is set to hit the market later this year for £180

Qatari-developed product contains magnetic batteries that stick to the phone Each battery pack will weigh roughly the same as two AA batteries  By Ethan Ennals... read more

Two cicada cycles will emerge TOGETHER in Tennessee for the first time since Thomas Jefferson was president in 1803 – and could cause millions in damages

 Experts have predicted there will be one million cicadas per acre of land The cicadas are also expected to damage trees beyond recovery READ MORE:  Cicada k... read more

Now you can sing YOURSELF to sleep! Bizarre device attaches to your forehead to analyse your brain waves – and creates custom music tracks that it claims will improve your slumber

A gadget has been invented to turn users’ own brainwaves into a symphony.  When played before bed, it is claimed to vastly improve the quality of sleep B... read more

Stable Diffusion XL: Revolutionizing Data Exchange In The Era Of Big Data

Efficient and secure data exchange is now more critical than ever. Enter Stable Diffusion XL, a cutting-edge solution that goes beyond conventional methods. SDX... read more

Why men and women don’t always laugh at the same jokes… Men enjoy visual jokes and slapstick while women find political jokes funnier, study suggests

The finding comes from 3,380 people who attended an exhibition of cartoons By Victoria Allen Science Editor Published: 01:18 GMT, 12 January 2024 | Updated: 01:... read more

WhatsApp now lets you create and share your own stickers without having to leave the app – here’s how

Until now, users have had to use third-party apps to create their own stickers Now, WhatsApp has added the ability to create them within its app  By Shivali Be... read more

Bizarre gumshield-like device lets you control computers using your TONGUE – and it even works on sex toys

From chewing and swallowing food to talking, our tongues are essential for a range of important functions. Now, you can use your tongue for a new function – c... read more

Near Protocol Staking: Building a Decentralized Future with NEAR

Staking in the cryptocurrency world is the practice of locking up digital assets to secure and support blockchain networks while earning rewards in return. In t... read more

Samsung and LG unveil AI robot BUTLERS that feed pets, schedule laundry and remind you to take medication

Imagine having a personal butler to greet you when you get home and do chores around the house. Except for a few very rich individuals, this is simply a fantast... read more

RobotEra: Building Virtual Worlds in the Blockchain Era

In the 21st century, the convergence of cutting-edge technologies has given rise to an innovative concept known as RobotEra. This phenomenon is the harmonious f... read more

Vodafone is DOWN: Network crashes for thousands of frustrated Britons

According to Down Detector, the problems started at around 06:20 GMT The outage appears to be affecting Vodafone customer across the UK  By Shivali Best For Ma... read more

Oakley maker announces glasses with built-in HEARING AIDS

The eyewear brand has developed an all-in-one device for hearing and vision  Recent law makes it possible for them to sell it in the US without a prescription... read more

The doctor in the palm of your hand: World’s first ‘multiscope’ lets you test for everything from temperature and blood flow to lung and heart health

BeamO measures vital health data usually only collected during visits to a GP  It will be available first in the US for $249.95 after getting regulatory appro... read more

Apple starts paying out $500million to iPhone customers over claims it purposefully slowed down devices during ‘batterygate’ scandal

Around three million iPhone users sued Apple for claims it slowed devices Apple agreed to a settlement, while denying any wrongdoing  READ MORE:  Tech expert... read more