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Amos beats Rudisha to 800m gold
Nijel Amos from Botswana produces a stunning run down the final straight to beat David Rudisha to 800m Commonwealth gold.
[BBC News Africa] Minister wants end to animal testing
Norman Baker - the minister in charge of regulating animal experiments - tells the BBC he wants them to end.
[BBC News UK] VIDEO: Harry wants to get wounded working
The first ever Invictus Games, a series of para-sport events for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, begin in September.
[BBC News UK] Finding quantum 'lines of desire': Physicists track quantum system's wanderings through quantum state space
What paths do quantum particles, such as atoms or photons, follow through quantum state space? Scientists have used an "artificial atom" to continuously and repeatedly record the paths through quantum state space. From the cobweb of a million paths, a most likely path between two quantum states (...)
[Science daily] My holidays: Andrew Mulligan
What was your greatest holiday? It really is a toss-up between the time I scooted around Europe for a month and found $1 beers in Prague that were so good I wanted to apply for residency, or the one where I got engaged on a hr...
[nzherald.co.nz - travel] Arment on 'app rot'
We've touched on this topic several times already - most recently only a few days ago: the application store model is facing some serious issues at the moment, to the heavy detriment of users and developers alike. If you don't want to take my word for it - and really, you shouldn't, as you (...)
[OSNews] Using TV, videos or a computer game as a stress reducer after a tough day at work can lead to feelings of guilt and failure
It seems common practice: After a long day at work, most people sometimes just want to turn on the TV or play a video or computer game to calm down and relax. However, in a new study researchers found that people who were highly stressed after work did not feel relaxed or recovered when they (...)
[Science daily] Google Glass to be used for one-off staging of Puccini's Turandot
'We want to communicate the art of opera hoping that it will engage and interest people who normally dont go to see performances,' says opera company's managerGoogle Glass at Glastonbury video Turandot review Continue reading...
[The Guardian] Tizen: hope springs eternal
The technology press and bloggers really seem to have no idea what to make of Tizen. First, it was a huge, credible threat to Android (*), but now that even people who really, really, really want to see Android in trouble can no longer maintain that Tizen is a serious threat, it's now (...)
[OSNews] The CPA Evolution Review Of William Souza's New Training Course Reveals CPA Marketers Ready To Buy
A new CPA marketing training course is releasing soon called CPA Evolution and it has got a lot of people talking. Created by successful CPA marketer William Souza, CPA Evolution is designed to teach anyone wanting to benefit from the earning power of CPA marketing an exact process in which to (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce] What does Amazon care for losses? Its plan is for world domination
Jeff Bezos wants his customers to live in an Amazon world of books, films, and food. But he needs allies as well as ambition Continue reading...
[The Guardian] From Destiny to Guacamelee: five interesting games to try this weekend
Whether you want to explore the galaxy or dress as a wrestler here's a selection of new titles to play while you're staying out of the sun Continue reading...
[The Guardian] Kids coding app Tynker expands to Android and adds game-making mode
Startup says it wants to work with schools and parents alike to help children learn programming skills Continue reading...
[The Guardian] Using media as stress reducer can lead to feelings of guilt, failure
After a long day at work, sometimes you just want to turn on the TV or play a video game to relax. This is supposed to make you feel better. But, a recent study found that people who had high stress levels after work and engaged in television viewing or video game play didn't feel relaxed or (...)
[Science daily] Should thieves in World of Warcraft be sent to real prisons?
Tory MP Mike Weatherley wants those who swipe valuable items in video games to get the same sentences as burglars Continue reading...