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  1. Weather predicting app Dark Sky has been bought for Apple, which is killing off the Android version of the app. Dark Sky gives 'hyperlocal' global weather forecasts as well as interactive maps.
  2. Zoom has seen a surge in popularity around the world as people turn to virtual conferences during coronavirus lockdown but the conversations may not be as secure as users believe.
  3. The mere presence of someone else while we're eating automatically shifts our behaviour, making us take smaller portions more regularly much like social foragers in the wild, according to scientists.
  4. A fever map from medical technology company, Kinsa Health shows that fevers are decreasing, indicating strict social distancing measures may be helping stop the spread of coronavirus.
  5. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed an AI-powered system that analyzes your voice and provides a score on the likelihood it contains signatures of the coronavirus.
  6. The circles it draws appear to have a radius of around 3.3 feet (1 metre) - meeting the guidance of the World Health Organisation, who helped develop the lens.
  7. In a tweet, the billionaire CEO of SpaceX and Tesla said that he would provide the 'FDA approve' ventilators to hospitals for free, following up on a promise made earlier this month.
  8. Researchers for the Polytechnic University of Cartagena, Spain, found the urea in urine could be mixed with lunar soil to create a flexible and sustainable 3D printed concrete.
  9. Brooklyn based Air Co was a finalist for the Carbon XPrize, designed to create a profitable way to capture and reuse greenhouse gases.
  10. Adults who work long hours are more likely to have hypothyroidism, otherwise known as an underactive thyroid, according to a new study of Korean workers.
  11. This change will make the nightingale's long migrations to Africa more arduous and threaten its very survival, scientists have warned.
  12. In a report for NHSX and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, the Oxford bioethicists say a rapidly built app could bring countries out of lockdown safely.
  13. A surging bison population in Yellowstone National Park is doing serious and steady damage to the park's biological diversity, with more than 4,000 bison currently trampling their way around the park.
  14. Marriott announced its second major data breach in less than two years. The information included names, phone numbers, birthdays, loyalty information and room preferences.
  15. A spider that resembles Vincent van Gogh's famous 'Starry Night' painting has been discovered in Australia that is no more than four millimeters in length.


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