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Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus – Overview of Features

It’s that time of year when the kids are back to school, the leaves get ready to fall, and Apple releases a new iPhone. Last night the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were announced, causing excitement, surprise, and a little bit of worry amongst Apple lovers across the world. Wave goodbye to the […]

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What’s up with the new WhatsApp privacy policy?

WhatsApp users across the world are getting in a bit of a tizz over new privacy settings introduced at the end of August. The popular messenger app is used by millions, and in 2014 was bought by Facebook for a cool $21.8billion (slightly on the pricey side I’d say). So what’s the fuss all about? […]

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Take control of your technology via a tattoo

There are two things that us brits love; one would be tattoos (you only need to watch 10 minutes of the E4 programme Tattoo Fixers to know that some of us are particularly relaxed at times with what we permanently place on our skin), and the other would be our smart phones (who hasn’t had […]

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Infographic: Around the world in Facebook users

After looking closely at some Facebook user statistics, we decided to create this infographic and take you on a trip around the world – through Facebook users! Statistics show that in June 2016 there were, on average, 1.13 billion daily active users. 1.13 billion! Within this huge number of people, 1.03 billion of these users […]

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Kisses from one of the world’s fiercest looking animals

They’re one of the fiercest looking animals on Earth, but rhinos are somewhat gentle giants as can be seen in this video taken at the Rhino Orphanage in South Africa. Grace is seen giving kisses to her carer Laura Ellison, after her mother was lost to poachers earlier this year.

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Spectacular shelf cloud engulfs World Heritage site

A spectacular shelf cloud was captured rolling over World Heritage site, Kinderdjik in the Netherlands, earlier this week. The spectacular video was taken by German student, Jonas Piontek, who spent a sleepless night with friends chasing the storm for such a view.

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Active volcano gives tourists a happy greeting

Tourists enjoying a helicopter ride over Kilauea volcano in Hawaii received a happy greeting from the active volcano. The hot lava filling the Pu-u O’o volcanic cone formed a smiley face as the tourists flew overhead. Two eyes and a mouth glowed up at the lucky visitors back in June, but the video was only […]

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Skydiver lands in net after 25,000ft freefall

Luke Aikins made history recently by being the first person to accomplish a planned jump, and landing, without a parachute or wing suit. The daredevil skydiver leapt out of an airplane at 25,000 feet – 12,000 feet higher than most skydivers jump. He landed in a 10,000 square foot net and was assisted by three […]

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Just like magic – the pen that conducts electricity

Other than playing with Bunsen burners (woops, I mean ‘sensibly using’) during science lessons in school, I didn’t have that much fun. One of the few things that caught my attention was making circuits. Connecting wires and battery packs to make a tiny bulb light up was awesome, but now a Tokyo based start-up have […]

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The end of the videotape player

Anyone over the age of 25 probably remembers the days of the tape; taping your favourite programme, buying a tape to watch your favourite film, or perhaps even recording your own life onto a tape via one of those huge video cameras! That’s right, it’s hard to believe that those chunky black video tapes were […]

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