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Veteran startup is movie magic

With more than 200 million users every month, IMDB is one of the most popular websites in the world – and a leader in internet startups.

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Turn on to vinyl revival

The UK’s first official weekly vinyl chart is established as sales exceed the million mark.

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A whale of a record

Female whale’s non-stop 14 000-mile journey from Russia to Mexico is longest migration ever recorded by a mammal, say scientists.

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Veteran startup is movie magic

With more than 200 million users every month, IMDB is one of the most popular websites in the world – and a leader in internet startups. ...

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.

Veteran startup is movie magic

With more than 200 million users every month, IMDB is one of the most popular websites in the world – and a leader in internet startups. ...

A whale of a record

Female whale’s non-stop 14 000-mile journey from Russia to Mexico is longest migration ever recorded by a mammal, say scientists.

Lightening up on dark matter

Scientists get a first-hand look at how dark matter interacts with the universe around it – and are now closer to unravelling its myster ...

De-extinction: no mammoth Hollywood p ...

Scientists are onto the idea of bringing extinct species back from the dead, a la Jurassic Park – and the woooly mammoth seems good to c ...

A whale of a record

Female whale’s non-stop 14 000-mile journey from Russia to Mexico is longest migration ever recorded by a mammal, say scientists.

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The battle for a negative domain
April 10 2015 at 15:59

Online observers rattled by ‘shakedown scheme’ as company sells .sucks sites at overinflated prices.

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Driverless cars: here comes motion sickness
April 10 2015 at 14:50

Study shows how fully automated cars are designed to make our stomachs turn.

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New headlight shines where you look
April 10 2015 at 14:03

Opel is developing a headlight that tracks the movement of your eyes and then shines in the direction you are looking.

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App reviews: Periscope and Dubsmash
April 10 2015 at 10:52

Hayley Tsukayama takes a deeper look at Twitter’s new livestreamer and a fun soundtrack platform.

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App review: Skin and Bones
April 10 2015 at 11:29

The Smithsonian’s new app has enough going for it to appeal to more than just amateur paleontologists, says Timothy R. Smith.

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PC shipments wane in 2015
April 10 2015 at 12:28

Global sales of personal computers resumed their downward trajectory early this year, according to a survey.

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Do you really need an Apple Watch?
April 10 2015 at 10:49

It’s cool, it’s beautiful and you’ll really want one. But chances are you’ll never need one, says Joshua Topolsky.

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Samsung’s S6 models draw widespread praise
April 10 2015 at 09:38

The Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge have been called the “most beautiful phones Samsung has ever made”.

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Consumers flock to see Apple Watch
April 10 2015 at 06:27

Australians have queued outside Apple’s retail store in Sydney to get an up-close look at the tech giant's new smartwatch.

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Nasa: we'll find alien life in a decade
April 9 2015 at 12:13

Signs of alien life will be discovered within a decade, Nasa's chief scientist has forecast.

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