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Cells That Control Our Rhythms of Sleep May Have First Evolved In Ocean

Cells That Control Our Rhythms of Sleep May Have First Evolved In Ocean

A new study has found that the cells that control our rhythms of sleep and wakefulness may have first evolved in the oceans around hundreds of millions of years ago as a response to move away from the

Microsoft promises “big surprises” at Gamescom 2014 event

Microsoft promises “big surprises” at Gamescom 2014 event

The forthcoming Gamescom 2014 event - scheduled to be held in Cologne, Germany from Monday, August 11 through Friday, August 15 - will unfold an opportunity for Microsoft to make a splash, especially

BMW offering faster and smaller auto-battery chargers to i3 EV owners

BMW offering faster and smaller auto-battery chargers to i3 EV owners

In a recent announcement, German engineering giant BMW said that is offering faster and smaller auto-battery chargers - dubbed the i DC 24KWh fast chargers - to the owners of the company's i3 electric

US and German Astronauts Waiting for Thursday’s Football World Cup Match

US and German Astronauts Waiting for Thursday’s Football World Cup Match

FIFA World Cup fever has also engulfed the International Space Station (ISS). Astronauts at the ISS have been watching snippets of games that are broadcasted through the station's Internet.

Sitting for Long Hours Increases Cancer Risk

Sitting for Long Hours Increases Cancer Risk

Many studies have previously revealed that sedentary lifestyle leads to obesity, which increases the risk of diabetes and heart diseases.

Tongues of Certain Frogs Stick to Objects with Force Three Times its Body Weight

Tongues of Certain Frogs Stick to Objects with Force Three Times its Body Weight

A new study has revealed that certain horned frogs have tongues that can stick to an object with a force that is three times of the body weight of the frog.

52-year-old explorer falls 1,000 meters underground

52-year-old explorer falls 1,000 meters underground

A 52-year-old explorer named Johann Westhauser has sustained head injury on Sunday in a rock fall in the Riesending caves in Bavarian Alps.

In the Biggest Push since 2011, Netflix Enters Germany and France with Bigger Plans

In the Biggest Push since 2011, Netflix Enters Germany and  France with Bigger

In one of the biggest expansions of the company in about three year's time, Netflix Inc.

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Areva to start talks with unions regarding possible layoffs

Nuclear and renewable energy major Areva has made announcement about a huge transformation plan after its net loss increased to 4.8 billion euros.

According to Areva, it is going to sell assets, cut costs, decrease capital expenditure and also start discussions with unions about feasible layoffs.

"The scale of the net loss for...

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