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Loss of West Antarctic glaciers ‘have passed the point of no return’

Washington, May 13: Researchers have found that a rapidly melting section of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet appears to be in an irreversible state of decline, with nothing to stop the glaciers in this area from melting into the sea.

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MIT’s ’20 Day Stranger’ app lets strangers anonymously share their lives

Washington, May 12: MIT has reportedly developed an app that lets strangers anonymously share their lives.

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Google trialling redesigned Gmail interface

Washington, May 12: Google is reportedly trialing a newly redesigned Gmail interface.

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Samsung chairman stable after suffering heart attack

Washington, May 12: Samsung Electronics chairman was in stable condition after suffering a heart attack.

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Now, gadget that steers wheelchair with rider’s eyes

London, May 12: A new gadget has been invented that will allow wheelchair ridden people to steer their chair with their eyes.

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Why multiple sclerosis is more common in women

Washington, May 12: A new study has found why so many more women than men get multiple sclerosis (MS).

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Google Doodle celebrates Nobel-prize winning British chemist Dorothy Hodgkin’s 114th birthday

London, May 12: Google has celebrated 114 birthday of Nobel-prize winning British chemist Dorothy Hodgkin by creating a doodle for her on its home page.

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Facebook snub could be psychological hell

Washington, May 12: Researchers have shown that being ignored on Facebook could perhaps be the worst thing that can happen to you.

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New app allows classical musicians to perform solo with virtual orchestra

Washington, May 12: A new computer system allows musicians to perform as solo with a full philharmonic orchestra from the comfort of their own living rooms.

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