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  • How Japan is living in the future (03/08/2017 13:16:01)

  • High-tech aquarium – It may look like sci-fi, but in Japan, this is reality. Often Japanese technology offers a glimpse into the future, and in the futuristic world of Japanese tech, just about anything is possible.

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  • How do I know if my child is gifted or just smart? (06/07/2017 15:52:16)

  • In real life, most parents are proud of their kids’ talents and often secretly convinced of their precocity. But how can you tell if your tot’s early aptitude for languages or maths is, in fact, anything out of the ordinary? Professor Joan Freeman is a chartered psychologist and expert on childhood intelligence. Having worked for many years with gifted children and their families, Joan talks us through how best to recognise, and then support, the brightest of our bright young sparks.

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  • Why your phone slows down and loses battery in hot weather? (06/07/2017 15:43:38)

  • Most smartphones are designed to work even on hot days. Apple, for example, states that the iPhone is designed to work in ambient temperatures of between 0 and 35 degrees Celsius, meaning it should in theory get through this week’s heat wave. However, certain conditions or processes can make this worse. The most common ones are direct sunlight and running programs that are either processor or screen intensive - these include playing games, watching video and using sat-nav systems.

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  • Carbon in Atmosphere Is Rising, Even as Emissions Stabilize (06/07/2017 15:39:14)

  • CAPE GRIM, Tasmania — On the best days, the wind howling across this rugged promontory has not touched land for thousands of miles, and the arriving air seems as if it should be the cleanest in the world. But on a cliff above the sea, inside a low-slung government building, a bank of sophisticated machines sniffs that air day and night, revealing telltale indicators of the way human activity is altering the planet on a major scale.

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