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How to get a Snapchat streak back after you lose it

Save the streaks (Picture: Getty Images) Time for serious talk, super serious talk – It’s about saving a Snapchat Streak, do not panic, it can be done. So Snapchat’s feature of ‘streaks’ has been pretty much-plaguing users for the last few years and right now the stakes are high as people regularly have a Snapchat streak over more than a ...

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This Is The Artificial Sound Nissan Has Created For Its Silent Electric Cars

Nissan, like many other automotive manufacturers, is currently trying to solve a major side-effect that comes with creating an electric car: Silence. With no combustion engine these cars are whisper quiet, and while that might be great for drivers it presents a serious problem for pedestrians who are relying on sight and sound to know if there’s a car coming. ...

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Sacrificing One Life To Save Many Is Actually A Psychopathic Trait

New research has found that while some humans are capable of sacrificing one life to save many, their decision has roots found in the minds of psychopaths. The study, carried out by the University of Plymouth, wanted to compare what people ‘said’ they would do to whether or not they would then actually do it. The team devised a complex ...

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An army of parents, teachers and school workers will descend on Westminster today to demand the Government spends more money on children’s education. More than half of councils suffered a real terms cut in per-pupil funding this year, according to the House of Commons library – and campaigners mounting the mass lobby of Parliament want the Chancellor to take action.  ...

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Orionid Meteor Shower: Best Places And How To Watch It In The UK

You might not be enjoying the start of autumn because it means colder weather and dark mornings, but it also heralds the beginning of stargazing season. October not only marks the arrival of the Harvest moon, but also one of the most impressive meteor showers in the calendar. The Orionid meteor shower happens annually, during the tenth month of the year, ...

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Virtual Reality And Immersive Tech: The Great Health And Social Policy Revolution?

Social care is, by definition, how society supports the welfare of others – the young, old and vulnerable in our society who rely on this support to keep them safe and able to manage daily life. Often intertwined with mental health services, it largely relies on the deployment of carefully trained, professionals – social workers and family workers – and ...

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In 1997 Scientists Detected The Loudest Sound Ever Heard Underwater, But The Cause Is Still A Mystery

For any wannabe Ernest Shackleton, it might seem that the 21st century doesn’t provide many opportunities left for real exploration, but don’t despair as there is still one place on Earth full of unanswered mysteries. As much as 95% of the deep ocean is unexplored, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and a new documentary for The Atlantic, ...

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Digital Currency – Another Tech Bubble Waiting To Burst, Or Game Changer That Will Transform Our Financial Lives?

In 2017 the cryptocurrency market has increased seven-fold in value. Surging past the $140 billion mark, industry projections have the sector on course to exceed a value of $5 trillion by the year 2022. This marked upward momentum has been driven largely by the enthusiasm of venture capital investors, eager to claim a stake in the next big thing. The ...

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Driverless Tech? It's Only The Tip Of The Disruption Iceberg

When people find out I work in the auto industry they all want to ask me about driverless and electric cars. Don’t get me wrong, I’m as excited about these as the next person, but when it comes to innovation in my industry, it’s only the tip of the tech disruption iceberg. I’ve been working with cars for most of ...

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Petrol And Service Stations Could Be Forced To Install Electric Chargers

The government has announced a brand-new bill that could actually force petrol and service stations by law to install charging stations for electric and hybrid vehicles. There are currently only 4,500 charging stations around the UK, the bill would enable this number to increase drastically along with the implementation of roadside charging points in areas where charging at your home ...

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