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June 23, 2018

Privacy wins big in SCOTUS with cellphone location data decision today

Police have always needed court-approved warrants before searching people's phone (under the Fourth Amendment) but they commonly breech that protocol.Image: Getty Images The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 today that police cannot freely access people’s cellphone location data, regardless if they are suspected for a crime....


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June 23, 2018

What’s the average age when kids get a social media account?

(CNN)It could happen at any time: Eventually, your kids may want their own social media accounts. Yet at what age do most children launch their own social media presence? A US law gives parents control over what information websites can collect from their kids. The...


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June 23, 2018

This Country Is Baffled By Our Avocado Toast Obsession

Avocados are typically part of an everyday diet in Colombia, but until recently, they haven’t dominated the cuisine as they have in the hipster cafes of the United States. Colombia produces Hass avocados to export to foreign markets ― and increasingly so, with production rising by...


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June 22, 2018

What does running do to your brain?

Neuroscientists have studied treadmill runners, ultramarathon athletes and a number of lab animals to investigate the effects of running on grey matter It may seem obvious as you push on through a long run, veering wildly between sensations of agony and elation that running can...


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June 22, 2018

Cyan colour hidden ingredient in sleep

‘Night mode’ There have been “night mode” settings for phones and laptops which have reduced blue light in an attempt to lessen the damage to sleep. But the research by biologists at the University of Manchester and in Basel in Switzerland, published in the journal...


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June 22, 2018

UK’s plan for EU citizens who want to stay

What now for EU citizens in the UK? Brexit: All you need to know May to fight post-Brexit residency move Speaking to a House of Lords committee, Mr Javid said there would have to be “a very good reason” why an application would be refused....


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June 21, 2018

Should phones be allowed in schools?

Head teacher Katharine Birbalsingh says: “We believe strongly that children should not have phones in school. “We think they are extremely distracting for children and they interrupt their concentration, they interrupt their ability to think.” Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionKatharine Birbalsingh...


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June 21, 2018

Rural residents hang up on mobile banking

The survey, first published in October last year, found an estimated 4.1 million people are in financial difficulty due to missed domestic or credit bills. An older population and patchy broadband and mobile coverage will be among the reasons for a take-up rate of just...


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June 21, 2018

The future of weed is microdosing. This company is ahead of the game

Pax CEOBharat Vasan and the Pax Era (not to scale), which will now help you microdose.Image: pax It’s rare that you find a company that specifically wants to help you use its product less, especially in the marijuana space. But that’s just what vaporizer maker...


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June 21, 2018

Googles Datally app adds more ways to limit mobile data usage

In November, Google introduced Datally, a data-saving app largely aimed at emerging markets where users often rely on prepaid SIM cards, and don’t have access to all-you-can-eat unlimited data plans. The app lets users granularly control which apps can use data, which resulted in a...


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