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Liberal Muslims Are Losing The Battle In Britain

In 2015, a liberal blogger called Avijit Roy was stabbed and hacked to death as he was leaving a book fair in Bangladesh. It marked the tensions straining the political and social fabrics of Bangladesh. In the past three to four years, at least sixteen people – including the founder of the first gay magazine – have been murdered in ...

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A New Easy-To-Use Tool Could Determine A Person's Risk Of Getting Alzheimer's

A team of researchers and clinicians have developed a new simple scoring system which they hope can help GPs better determine a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s. The scoring system is part of a new tool called QuoCo which combines existing testing methods and then looks at them over a period of time. Ocskaymark via Getty Images This contrasts with ...

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Is Facebook Messenger down? Chat app suffers iPhone, Android and desktop computer outage

Messenger is Facebook’s popular chat app (Picture: Getty Images) Facebook Messenger appears to have stopped working for people living in some parts of the UK and Europe. People have reported being unable to send or receive messages, with some claiming Messenger has been out of action for hours. The website Down Detector, which tracks outages, has published hundreds of reports ...

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Apple fixes High Sierra password bug and issues apology to all Mac users

A view of the High Sierra ‘bug’ being demonstrated Apple has issued a fix for a password bug which let people access locked computers just one day after a tech expert discovered the flaw. A Turkish software developer called Lemi Orhan Ergin tweeted the tech giant yesterday to say he had discovered that anyone could log in to a computer running ...

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Snapchat unveils app update with big changes to Friends, Discover and Stories

This image shows all of the screens you’ll soon be able to see on Snapchat (Picture: Snapchat) Snapchat has released the first details of a radical redesign aimed at helping users get closer to their friends. The new app will be released to selected users later this week, before rolling out to everyone within a few weeks. In a blog ...

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How to know if someone blocked you on Facebook

You will certainly not be notified when this disaster strikes (Picture: Getty Images/Metro.co.uk) To block or not to block, the is the question – I mean if you’re even pondering that you need to block the person. Being able to block people on social media is one of the best tools people have at their disposal on the sites and ...

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Apple’s new Mac computers could be unlocked with hand gestures

You unlocking your personal computer in the future (Picture: United States Patent and Trademark Office) Apple‘s next Mac computer could be controlled with hand gestures. The tech firm has been granted a patent originally filed back in August 2016 describing a ‘non-tactile three dimensional user interface’ which will allow customers to control their device without touching the screen. World’s first ...

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Why Law Can No Longer Control Society

In the grand scheme of things, the 42 years that I have been alive is really not a long time. However, the rate things have changed in my 42 years, compared to the pace at which evolution has previously developed, is rather shocking. Ray Kurzweil, one of the world’s leading futurists and winner of multiple awards around technology and innovation, ...

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World’s first spy condom collects intimate data during sex and tells men whether their performance is red-hot or a total flop

The smart condom records all the ins-and-outs of a sex session A British company has released the first pictures of a ‘smart condom’ which collects very intimate data about the sex life of anyone brave enough to wear it. The device is called the i.Con and can detect STIs as well as sending data about a sex session straight to ...

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Discovery Of New Brain Connection Could Be 'Life Changing' For Parkinson's Patients

Scientists have discovered a new connection in the brain that could be potentially “life changing” for people living with the disabling cognitive effects of Parkinson’s disease. The new study found that the neurological condition, which affects approximately 127,000 people in the UK, could be interrupted by sending a low frequency wave into a deep region of the brain. This improved ...

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