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Apple Sells Over 13 MILLION New iPhone 6s & 6s Plus In Just 3 DAYS

Wow! Record sales of latest iPhone models beat previous first weekend sale results by millions of units. Apple boss Tim Cook hailed the figures as “phenomenal” after beating last year’s 10 million unit sales record by more than three million, although several reports have pointed out that the comparison is somewhat distorted by the fact that China was not included in the initial rollout of the iPhone 6. Have You Bought A New Iphone 6S or 6S Plus? Mr Cook…

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5 ‘Incredible’ Science Discoveries That Will Make You Laugh And Then Think!

Discovery of the word found in every human language, how to partially un-boil an egg, where the worst place to be stung by a bee and more amazing research is recognised in annual awards. The Ig Nobel Prizes are intended to celebrate the unusual and honour the imaginative and fire people’s interest in science, medicine and technology. The 2015 awards include the literature prize for a team that discovered that the word “huh” or its equivalent seems to exist in every…

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5 Super Facts of Rugby Trivia To Impress People: 2015 Rugby World Cup

To mark the start of the Rugby World Cup,  we thought we would share some amusing facts about the ‘gentlemen’s sport’. The sport is named after a school Rugby School in Warwickshire, UK, is best known as the birthplace of the sport that bears it name. It was originally played rather like soccer until pupil William Webb Ellis first ran with the ball in 1823 – although it took several years for this rule to be accepted. There used to…

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Free BBC Micro Bit Computer For Kids Further Delayed

Roll-out of pocket-sized computer won’t now happen until after the half-term holidays, BBC confirms. We’ve previously reported how up to one million of the devices were due to be rolled out to youngsters in the UK from October 2015, with the idea being to introduce a new generation to coding and getting creative with technology – but a power supply issue led to an initial delay into 2016. But “fine tuning” has led to the latest delay, according to BBC Learning Executive…

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The Queen was the first monarch to EMAIL

When the Queen ascended the British throne in 1952, the microchip wasn’t even invented. But that hasn’t stopped her embracing technology, including sending an email way back in 1976! Here’s just 8 of the greatest technological inventions from the past 63 years of her reign – the longest of any British monarch. The Microchip – 1959 We all take it for granted now, but the microchip was not yet invented when Princess Elizabeth became Queen in 1952. It was another 7 years…

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