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From Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, MailOnline can reveal that users get approximately 10GB of space for their own personal files, photos and apps from the 16GB smartphone.
The free Streetmuseum app can recognise a user's location and then overlay the historic image on their current view.
Sandy, Isaac and Katrina were simulated - and the Stanford team found turbines caused storm surge to decrease by up to 79%.
The Species Recovery Trust, which is behind the Lost Life Project, hopes that by publicising this issue they can help prevent a further loss of biodiversity.
Sultan Moulay Ismaïl, who ruled Morocco between 1672 to 1727 would have had to have had sex with a harem of up to 110 women to father so many children.
The Finnish smartwatch is designed to be 'wearable jewellery' and is made using stainless steel and crystal.
Called SeaOrbiter, the floating aquatic lab has been designed by French architect Jacques Rougerie, and will take two years to build.
The system works by using a normal internal combustion engine, special hydraulics and an adapted gearbox along with compressed air cylinders that store and release energy.
The French-made ‘D-Shirt’ is made from a special fabric woven with sensors which also record the number of calories a person's burned, their speed and altitude.
A report from the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre in Kiel, Germany, concluded that geoengineering techniques could prove useless, and at worst harmful.
US researchers say the information could include usernames and passwords for online bank accounts, corporate networks and health records.
Bulgarian firm Small Feet says the shoes are like 'walking on air' over snow and ice.
He Dongxian from China Agricultural University's College of Water Resources and Civil Engineering said that seedlings took twice as long to grow in Beijing.
Rolls Royce is developing a 'virtual deck' in Norway that would allow captains to remotely command crewless ships anywhere in the world.
One physicist from Temple University, Pennsylvania thinks three 1,000ft walls could throttle air flow from north to south of the U.S. to prevent the formation of tornadoes.
Liverpool researchers say their experimental virus was able to avoid detection and identify the points at which WiFi networks were weakest.
Scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison found that the greater the level of stress, the larger the change in smell a person experiences.
The smartphone, created in partnership with Chinese low-cost chip maker Spreadtrum, will be able to run simple apps and make use of mobile internet.
From mysterious markings in the Nevada desert, to animal carvings in Britain, mysterious sites that only reveal themselves from a birds-eye-view are scattered across the world.
All the products in Qualcomm’s concept house are sold by individual companies, or have been developed by the Californian firm.