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Stay up-to-date with the latest science and technology news from Daily Mail including scientific discoveries, pictures, new technology, and more.
  1. A security researcher revealed that Twitter continues to hold onto users' direct messages for several years, while users operate under the assumption that they've been deleted.
  2. The Korean tech giant on Friday took the wraps off the Galaxy Tab S5e, its lightest and thinnest-ever tablet that's also equipped with the Bixby voice assistant for the first time.
  3. The algorithm was trained to look for recurring elements in fake dating profiles, like stolen bios, photos and common language, as well as IP addresses and phone numbers.
  4. A team from Surrey University have successfully completed their test to remove space junk by piercing it with such force that it breaks force that it actually breaks the target structure.
  5. A website lets users click through an endless library of fake human faces created by AI. It relies on an algorithm developed by Nvidia scientists and only takes a few seconds to spit out a new face.
  6. Mountains buried 400 miles underground ‘could be bigger than Everest’ and were only found after a massive Bolivian Earthquake in 1994
  7. Rachel Carter, 41, was searching a Kent field with her partner and her metal detector when she stumbled across the find.
  8. UK-based firm Muhdo has launched one of the first at-home epigenetics kits, which it says can provide flexible and accurate information based on a persons genetic expression.
  9. Work being done at the University of Edinburgh will be informed by the public consensus, which will be gauged via an online survey.
  10. A new interactive map shows how fast hyperloop can take passengers connecting London to major UK cities like Manchester and Birmingham in under 15 minutes.
  11. Amazon led a $700 million investment in U.S. electric pickup truck startup Rivian, in the e-commerce giant's biggest bet on technologies with potential to reshape the automotive sector.
  12. The landing site on the Moon of space shuttle Chang'e-4 has been officially named 'Statio Tianhe' or The Milky Way Station, at a conference in Beijing.
  13. Twitter has some good news for users who may be embarrassed by old tweets. The firm is considering rolling out a 'clarification' tool that would let users revise or annotate older posts.
  14. A study by Imperial College London found an AI model that assesses a tumour's structure and genetic make-up better predicts a patient's prognosis than methods currently used by doctors.
  15. NASA is accelerating plans to return Americans to the Moon by 2028. Jim Bridenstine, the head of the US aerospace agency said at a press conference in Washington on Thursday.

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