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Tables turned on tech's fast follower
Like Apple, Samsung's rise as a consumer electronics company has been built on the success of its phones. While Apple was known for its computers in the 1990s, Samsung was identified with microwaves and other household appliances. Following the ...
Smooth as silk, impressive facial recognition, camera could be better: We ...  Mirror.co.uk
Samsung's New Galaxy S Phone Raises Heat on Apple Iphone  Bloomberg
Turn south, and head straight for 400 miles: GPS trackers reveal polar bears ...
Polar bears are swimming more than 400 miles without stopping as they hunt for ice caps that have not melted, researchers said yesterday.
Samsung Galaxy S3: Android's 'iPhone killer' brings eye-tracking and voice ...
Samsung last night unveiled its latest flagship device, the Galaxy S3, the follow-up to last year's best-selling phone in the world.
Samsung unveils quad-core Galaxy S3 running Android Ice Cream Sandwich  V3.co.uk
Samsung's New Phone: Brokerages Weigh In  Wall Street Journal (blog)
End of anti-depressants? Magnetic pulse therapy eases depression in third of ...
Depression affects one in four of us at some point of our lives, but controversy still reigns over how to best treat the debilitating condition.
The 10 most painful stings on the planet, by the self-sacrificing man who ...
Most of us will have felt the pain of a bee sting. Luckily most of us will have avoided the dreaded pain of a tarantula hawk or a fire ant.
African scientists warn that eating monkeys and apes could cause 'the next HIV'
Scientists in Cameroon have warned that eating monkeys and apes could cause the next HIV. They are already tracking a HIV-like virus called simian foamy virus, and fear more viruses could spread and lead to a global health crisis.
Daily Mail writer Toby Harnden honoured with the Orwell Prize for 'Dead Men ...
Harnden's guests at the ceremony were Warrant Officer (Class One) Andy Campbell and Lance Sergeant Leon Peek, who in 2009 each had to assume command in battle when their company commander and platoon commander respectively were killed and ...
Riddle of Solomon solved: Scientists find South Sea islanders' blond hair didn ...
Gathering the data, accomplished in 2009 by Myles and co-first author Nicholas Timpson, PhD, was more difficult. Much of the Solomon Islands is undeveloped, without roads, electricity or telephones.
Mystery solved: Curious blob filmed in the deep revealed to be a giant jelly ...
A mysterious ocean 'blob', recorded by a deep-sea remote-controlled underwater camera, has been identified as a jelly fish.
The biggest phobia in the world? 'Nomophobia' - the fear of being without your ...
Andy Kemshall, co-founder of SecurEnvoy, said: 'The first study into nomophobia, conducted four years ago, revealed that 53 per cent of people suffered from the condition and our study reveals this has now risen to 66 per cent in the UK and shows no ...