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A heart rate monitor may make a huge impact on your training, but it will also show you that sheer joy is the best way to increase your heart rate.

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Yellowstone’s missing link (Video)

One of the world's largest volcanoes is alive - and capable of erupting with catastrophic violence, say scientists.

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Mangroves battling after Mobeni oil leak

Delicate eco-systems affected by a fire that ripped through a cooking oil refinery in Mobeni last month may only recover in 20 years, say experts.

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A spontaneous approach to fitness

A heart rate monitor may make a huge impact on your training, but it will also show you that sheer joy is the best way to increase your heart ...

Parkhurst first in ‘high-speed’ fibre ...

Jozi suburb raises its trendy barometer as the first residential zone in the city to get genuine high-speed internet.

Nintendo’s billion-yen alliance

New partner DeNA is intent on upping the stakes in gaming with plans to yield massive revenue by drawing in gamers on smart devices.

Screens wrecking your sleep? Here’s h ...

Seth Porges points you to the software and gear-based solutions that promise to mitigate the effects of late-night digi-sessions without forci ...

A spontaneous approach to fitness

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Yellowstone’s missing link (Video)
April 24 2015 at 11:23

One of the world's largest volcanoes is alive - and capable of erupting with catastrophic violence, say scientists.

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Evil twins: the brain tumour that wasn’t
April 24 2015 at 11:40

Surgery reveals student's teratoma: a clump of bone, hair and teeth that doctors believe was an undeveloped twin.

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Mangroves battling after Mobeni oil leak
April 24 2015 at 16:50

Delicate eco-systems affected by a fire that ripped through a cooking oil refinery in Mobeni last month may only recover in 20 years, say experts.

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Screens wrecking your sleep? Here’s help
April 24 2015 at 11:42

Seth Porges points you to the software and gear-based solutions that promise to mitigate the effects of late-night digi-sessions without forcing you to quit cold turkey.

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Do you have time for this?
April 24 2015 at 11:14

With hundreds queuing up all over for the opening sale of the most wanted watch in the world, Rhodri Marsden wonders whether it’ll live up to the hype.

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A spontaneous approach to fitness
April 24 2015 at 11:26

A heart rate monitor may make a huge impact on your training, but it will also show you that sheer joy is the best way to increase your heart rate.

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Uproar over ‘editing’ human embryos
April 24 2015 at 11:16

Ethics are questioned as Chinese report on more than one experiment in altering the DNA of human embryos.

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Bird flu is in the air
April 24 2015 at 11:19

US fears bird flu ‘catastrophe’ as highl levels of infection in the poultry industry indicates that the virus is airborne.

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Resin, tri-wing screws hide Apple’s secrets
April 24 2015 at 09:50

They’re called teardown engineers and they ruin gadgets in search of knowledge. Now they’re tackling Apple’s Watch.

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Google’s advertising revenues rise
April 24 2015 at 09:49

Internet titan Google says its first-quarter profit has edged higher from a year ago.

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