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Recent articles by David:

Fossil Gen 5 update makes it the first Wear OS watch to make calls via an iPhone

With the help of the latest software update, you can handle calls on iPhones as well as Android phones. → Read More

Piranhas Have a New Set of Pointy Sharp Teeth Waiting in 'Crypts' Ready to Emerge

You don't want to ever get too close to a piranha, but if you did, you'd notice something rather strange: these freshwater fish shed their old teeth in groups, one side of the mouth at a time, with new teeth growing in as replacements simultaneously. → Read More

Another Reason Why We Might Have Never Seen Alien Probes: They're Tiny Micro-Machines

What if alien spacecraft are already in our midst – and we don't know about them because they're tiny nano-structures? That's the new idea put forward by one scientist seeking to explain the Fermi paradox. → Read More

Black Friday cashback: should you use Currys 5% money back credit offer?

If you're looking to make some savings over the Black Friday and Cyber Monday period, this is a great way to do it. → Read More

macOS beta may have given us an early look at the 16-inch MacBook Pro

It now seems almost certain that Apple is readying a new MacBook Pro for a launch in the near future. → Read More

Facebook could launch a dedicated news tab very soon

Facebook wants to bring the news straight to your social network feed, according to reports. → Read More

Large-Scale Study Rules Out a Common Assumption About 'Narcissistic' Only Children

You might have heard the idea that being an only child means you're more likely to be selfish, spoilt, and self-centred – but the results of a new study show no link between being an only child and being more narcissistic. → Read More

For The First Time, Scientists Find Fat Can Clog Lungs And Airways, Not Just Your Heart

Many of you will be aware of how fatty build-ups in the arteries can increase the chances of developing heart problems, but now scientists have found early evidence the same sort of clogging could happen in the lungs – and it might be linked to a → Read More

Peas, Quinoa And 7 Other Crops Grown Successfully in Soil Equivalent to Moon And Mars

If we're going to support ourselves on off-world bases then we're going to need to find a way to grow our own food, and now we've got more than a Matt Damon film to suggest it's possible – experiments run using lookalikes of Moon and Mars so → Read More

Antarctic Ice Sheets Are Still Leaking Radioactive Chlorine From 1950s Nuclear Weapons Tests

As if we didn't have enough to worry about, the vast ice sheets of Antarctica are still releasing radioactive chlorine, a new study has confirmed – the remnants of nuclear weapons tests carried out in the 1950s. → Read More

Google Pixel 4 launches today, and here's EVERYTHING we already know

Google's big Made by Google event takes place today. Get the Pixel 4 price, release date and availability info right here → Read More

MIT Engineers Show Da Vinci's 500-Year-Old Radical Bridge Design Would Have Worked

We know that Leonardo da Vinci was a genius who was well ahead of his time, but even the great man himself might have struggled to believe that engineers would still be marvelling over his creations some 500 years later. → Read More

Google Pixel 4 XL and Nest Mini prices leak out via retail sources

The big reveal is happening on Tuesday, but to keep you going until then we've got some hints on pricing. → Read More

macOS Catalina is reportedly causing some users' emails to go missing

Some people are reporting issues syncing emails with servers and other devices after installing macOS Catalina. → Read More

New Pixel 4 leaks reveal images, specs... and perhaps some special offers for buyers

Your Google Pixel could come with cloud storage or a Chromebook, while more images and specs spill out. → Read More

Alexa can now speak to you in Spanish in the US

The Spanish support we've been expecting goes live in the US, and there are new modes for Canada and India too. → Read More

The US Just Hit Another Troubling High in STD Rates, And You Need to Protect Yourself

A worrying trend in the US shows no signs of stopping: rates of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) continue to rise, with combined cases of syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia hitting a record high in 2018. → Read More

Babies Who Are Cuddled More Seem to Have Their Genetics Altered For Years Afterwards

The amount of close and comforting contact that young infants get doesn't just keep them warm, snug, and loved. → Read More

Intriguing Study Suggests Humans Have Hidden 'Salamander-Like' Ability to Regrow Tissue

Unlike some creatures, humans can't regenerate their limbs – but a new study suggests we do have a hidden 'salamander-like' ability to regrow cartilage in the body, a finding which could help treatment for joint injuries and even arthritis. → Read More

We Finally Have Solid Insight Into What Produces The Strongest Magnets in The Universe

Some of the strongest magnetic fields ever detected in the Universe come from magnetars. Now, we might finally know how these strange objects form. → Read More