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Supplementing diets with vitamin pills has become a popular practice, but the evidence behind their effectiveness is increasingly shaky.
Amazon has launched a voice-enabled virtual assistant that will be "constantly listening" inside your home.
On the pop culture podcast this week: BBC sitcom pilot Motherland, Isabel Greenberg’s new graphic novel and Buzzfeed’s video series “Ladylike”.
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One in ten British pets have a social media profile, but what happens when man's best (Facebook) friend dies?
On course for asteroid Bennu, Osiris-Rex hopes to return material that will explain the beginnings of our planets.
From sharing pictures of hunting knives to snapping strawberry tarts, how using social media is transforming the public perception of the police.
With its world-changing inventiveness, technology has become the force religion once was.
New research reveals what our cousins on the continent really think of us.
Apple has caused outrage by announcing the death of the headphone jack, but are frustrating innovations necessary for overall technological progress?
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