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Cannabis users ‘likely to feel alienated and deceived’

Blazing this joint may make you feel the world is against you (Picture: Getty Images) Cannabis smokers are likely to feel ‘alienated’ from other people and believe they are being lied to, new research has claimed. A new study appears to back up the long-standing belief that stoners are prone to paranoia, with researchers saying people who light up big ...

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Instagram Now Shows Everyone When You're Online, Here's How To Turn It Off

Instagram has very quietly added the ability for others to see when you’re using the app and if not, when you were last online. It works just like WhatsApp’s active status which means it’s an all or nothing feature – you can only see everyone else’s status if you’re happy to share your own. Unsurprisingly, this feature has raised a ...

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Tory MP Kemi Badenoch Says Young People Have 'Puritanical' View Of Sexual Harassment

Young people have a “puritanical” view of what counts as sexual harassment, a senior Tory MP has said. Kemi Badenoch, a vice chairman of the party, also said recent criticisms of the TV show Friends for homophobia showed “something has gone wrong somewhere” in society. “I remember having a discussion with someone and even what we thought was quite liberal ...

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Emmanuel Macron Dismisses 'Special' Brexit Deal As 'Hypocrisy' In Blow To Theresa May

PA Wire/PA Images It got tricky for Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron at their press conference on Thursday French President Emmanuel Macron flatly ruled out a unique deal on single market access for the UK and warned Theresa May against Brex “hypocrisy”.  A joint press conference at Sandhurst was designed to accentuate blossoming Anglo-French relations, with May agreeing more cash ...

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NASA Is Testing A Mini Nuclear Reactor To Power Astronauts On Mars

NASA has confirmed that some initial tests on a revolutionary new nuclear power system designed for Mars were successful, paving the way for a full-scale test of the system in March. Called Kilopower, it is in effect a miniature version of the fission reactors that we see powering thousands of homes around the world today. Unlike those large vast complex ...

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Apple has just promised to pay a gigantic $38 billion tax bill

The tech giant has a lot of money stored overseas (Photo: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg via Getty Images) Apple has announced plans to pay a whopping $38 billion tax bill so it can spend its overseas cash on a $30 billion U.S. investment plan. The company has been under increasing pressure to make investments in America since Trump slammed the iPhone maker ...

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How to use Google’s Arts and Culture selfie app – but you can’t if you’re in the UK

Google’s Arts & Culture app has soared to the top of the download charts (Picture: Getty/Google) You may have noticed that social media feeds have been inundated with selfies next to famous artwork of late, well we have Google to thank for that. For those wondering how these neat juxtapositions are taking place, it all stems from Google Arts & ...

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'ChaiOS' iMessage Bug Will Cause Your iPhone To Crash

If Apple’sbattery life issues weren’t enough for the company to worry about, it now has to contend with a particularly nasty iMessage bug that’s currently doing the rounds. Called ‘chaiOS’ this devilishly simple bug is contained within a GitHub website link. All a person has to do is click on the link within iMessage and the iPhone will immediately start ...

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Tide Pod Challenge videos banned as YouTube tries to stop people eating laundry tablets

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video They look like sweets but are poisonous enough to put you in hospital. Now YouTube has launched a clampdown on a dangerous new trend in which teens film themselves eating laundry tablets. Terminally ill man wins legal challenge for a ‘peaceful and ...

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How friends or hackers could crash your smartphone by sending a ‘text bomb’

Hackers could cause nuclear war Getty images/metro.co.uk The next time you receive a text message from a friend, think carefully before opening up any links. Cyber-security researchers have issued an urgent warning about ‘text bombs’ which are designed to crash victims’ smartphones. Measles epidemic fears as number of cases grows across five areas of England These scary-sounding hack attacks are designed ...

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