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  1. Archaeologists uncovered the fossils near the city of Vinkovci in eastern Croatia and said this is the first time a burial ritual like this has been discovered in the country.
  2. A California-based astronomer has released our best look to date at Comet Borisov, the second ever-known interstellar object to visit our solar system, using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.
  3. Using special 3D imaging techniques on dino relatives (birds and reptiles), experts in Ohio have identified multiple areas of heat exchange that would have kept giant dinosaurs' brains cool.
  4. Results of DNA tests can be misinterpreted by consumers, experts from Southampton University, Exeter University and Southampton Hospital said.
  5. So far O2 has rolled out the new 5G technology in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, London, Slough and Leeds, focusing on the busiest areas.
  6. Named the Saharan silver, after its home, it can cover almost a yard - in a single second. That's 108 times its body length of a third of an inch. In human terms, it would be equivalent to running at 360mph.
  7. Scientists are taking advantage of the Biosphere 2's unique enclosures to test how climate change might affect rain forests, which store enormous amounts of CO2.
  8. Spanning nearly 435 miles on the surface, the valley stream is named Nirgal Vallis and experts say it was shaped by flowing water and impacts -- which may have occurred 4 billion years ago.
  9. A teardown of the iPhone 11 Pro Max has revealed that including parts and assembly, the Cupertino company is only paying $490.50 for a finished handset - but charges up to $1,449.
  10. From California to New York City to Georgia - Verizona customers are experience a major outage that is effecting data, texting and calls. Verizon has yet to acknowledge or resolve the issue.
  11. Australian archaeologists have developed a 360-degree view of the Dutch Melckmeyt or 'Milkmaid', which disappeared into the depths during a storm 360 years ago and was rediscovered in 1992.
  12. A researcher from the University of York used wartime intelligence reports to compile the Bombing Britain database which shows more than 30,000 locations hit in Luftwaffe strikes.
  13. Google's newest range of devices in its Nest-branded smart home lineup may prompt some uncomfortable conversations with house guests who would prefer to opt out of being recorded.
  14. Virgin Galactic has unveiled a sleek, new age wardrobe for its passengers travelling to the edge of space. Customers will get a one-piece jumpsuit, limited jacket and boots to match.
  15. Groups like the Institute for Human & Machine Cognition have been plucking away at making a robot called the Planar Elliptical Runner (PER) - a bipedal bot that relies mostly on mechanics.


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