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The footage reveals the storm around Saturn's north pole, as well as small vortices rotating in the opposite direction of the hexagon
The tool is hidden away among other settings of Gmail's 'Labs' section and gives users a 30 second window of opportunity to unsend emails.
The £1.99 Christmas Tinner from UK retailer Game is made up of nine layers including a scrambled egg starter, turkey dinner with trimmings, and a layer of Christmas pudding.
An expert from the China National Space Administration's Lunar Exploration Programme Centre, reportedly said missiles could be fired at the Earth from the moon.
MIT researchers in Boston found that certain combinations of sounds appear to make people lose control of their mouths.
In six months Google has bought seven firms including Meka, which makes humanoid robots, and Industrial Perception, which specialises in packaging machines.
EXCLUSIVE: The orangutans made the most of device, pulling faces into the lens and taking it into the trees of Indonesia’s Bukit Tigapuluh National Park.
The startling claim has been made by Eugene McCarthy, who is one of the world's leading authorities on hybridisation in animals.
California-based Intuitive Surgical, which manufactures the da Vinci robotic surgery system, said friction in the arms of some devices might make them stall.
Amateur astronomer Jose Manteca from Begues, near Barcelona, took the photos from small observatory on the terrace of his house.
The system, created by e2v Technologies in Chelmsford, fires electronic pulses towards targeted cars. The pulses immobilise the engine and disable built-in electronics.
The new Type-C connector is smaller than current USB plugs (pictured) and is being designed to be used in thinner and sleeker products like tablets and ultrabooks.
British firm Agility Global claims it has created a 100 per cent clean electric bike and has taken it on tour to Colorado to drum up interest and investment.
The thigh bone was recovered from an underground cave in northern Spain known as the 'Pit of Bones' in the Atapuerca Mountains.
The Dutch-built vehicle is a three-wheeled motorcyle that transforms into a gyrocopter and switches between drive and flight modes in just 10 minutes.
The huge demand is surprising, given the cost of living squeeze and fact that the devices are not cheap – Microsoft’s Xbox one comes in at £429.99 and Sony’s PS4 is £349.
Computer scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, Information Processing and Ergonomics, in Germany, transmitted passwords between two machines using sound.
EXCLUSIVE: California-based software firm FrontRange asked people to go without their phones for a week and then tracked their mental and physiological state.
Dutch artist Lieske Schreude has been feeding snails with coloured paper and shaping their vibrant poo into floor tiles.
Nasa scientists said the exoplanets are all scorching ‘hot Jupiters’ - a term given to massive worlds that orbit close to their stars.