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Age-progression software lets you see your child as an adult

Age-progression software lets you see your child as an adult - Researchers have developed software that can predict what a child will look like as he or she ages. It shows how a baby will look from birth up until age 80. [Daily Mail Tech]

Internet users told to change passwords in Heartbleed security alert

Internet users told to change passwords in Heartbleed security alert - Technology firms have urged the public to immediately update their online security. The alert is the result of the discovery of an internet bug called ‘Heartbleed’ [Daily Mail Tech]

Mental health cuts cost NHS millions

Mental health cuts cost NHS millions - Mental health cuts are costing the NHS millions long-term as reduced preventive measures mean more people are ending up in hospital, a report says. [BBC Health]

Could work emails be banned after 6pm?

Could work emails be banned after 6pm? - Should work emails be banned after 6pm? [BBC Business]

Taking tablets and other gadgets to bed is leaving pupils exhausted

Taking tablets and other gadgets to bed is leaving pupils exhausted - Speaking ahead of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers conference in Manchester, general secretary Dr Mary Bousted said tablets are worse than TVs. [Daily Mail Tech]

Lights that help motorists identify cyclists hailed as major breakthrough in road safety

Lights that help motorists identify cyclists hailed as major breakthrough in road safety - New bike lights that display the international symbol of the cyclist have been hailed as a major breakthrough in road safety. [Daily Mail Tech]

Wiko to launch super-cheap mobiles starting from £60 in the UK

Wiko to launch super-cheap mobiles starting from £60 in the UK - French technology firm Wiko is set to introduce a range of phones, including its Ozzy phone with 2MP camera, in the UK next month that sell for as little as £60. [Daily Mail Tech]

Water meters proposed to cut waste

Water meters proposed to cut waste - Water meters could be introduced in all homes in order to reduce waste under plans looked at by Welsh ministers. [BBC Politics]

VIDEO: Can smartphones ruin your sleep?

VIDEO: Can smartphones ruin your sleep? - New technology such as smartphones and tablets could be affecting how much sleep people get, a survey suggests. [BBC Health]

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