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Is iOS 11 draining YOUR battery?

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Wandera, a London-based mobile security company, found iPhones using iOS 11 took 96 minutes to empty their battery from 100 per cent charge. Wandera, a London-based mobile security company, found iPhones using iOS 11 took 96 minutes to empty their battery from 100 per cent charge. The update includes highly anticipated features for Apple devices including a more expressive voice for Siri, augmented reality apps, map updates, new emoji and shared Wi-fi. 'Use the powerful Browse view to navigate folders, organise your files with pages, move files between folders, and search.'


Men are better at Scrabble than women

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Men spent much more time analysing past games and practising anagrams - which gave them the winning edge in tournaments. 'The National Tournament divides players into six ranked divisions, and males dominate at the highest levels of performance', researchers wrote in the paper published in Psychological Research. 'In 2002, 86 per cent of competitors in the division with the best Scrabble players were male, while in the division with the lowest performance only 31 per cent of competitors were male. Men spent much more time analysing past games and practising anagrams - which gave them the winning edge in tournaments.


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Automation and Artificial Intelligence will affect every level of businesses and its people whatever the case, the report warns. Automation and Artificial Intelligence will affect every level of businesses and its people whatever the case, the report warns (stock image). In it, Ethan Hawke's character Vincent Freeman dreams of becoming an astronaut but the society in which he lives is determined by eugenics. In it Ethan Hawke's character Vincent Freeman (pictured) has to beat a society which views people like him, who have not had their genes enhanced, as inferior Overall, nearly three quarters (73 per cent) believe technology will never replace the human mind and the majority (86 per cent) say human skills will always be in demand.


Consistent backswing key to becoming a star tennis player

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Scientists assessed the speed at which people learned the basic skills in both golf and tennis, and found that those with consistent backswings perfected their techniques twice as quickly. The study demonstrates that any immediately preceding movement needs to be consistent to achieve fast learning. For the research, participants were asked to make two successive movements (a lead-in movement followed immediately by the main movement) while grasping the handle of a robotic device. For the research, participants were asked to make two successive movements: a lead-in movement (the backswing) followed immediately by the main movement while grasping the handle of a robotic device.


Google has created a neural network that can multitask

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It can detect objects in images, provide captions, recognise speech, translate between four pairs of languages, and do grammatical constituency parsing at the same time. The inspiration for the MultiModel comes from how the brain transforms sensory input from modalities such as sound, vision and taste, and transforms them into a single shared representation and back out as language or actions. 'It can detect objects in images, provide captions, recognise speech, translate between four pairs of languages, and do grammatical constituency parsing at the same time', the researchers, led by Lukasz Kaiser wrote in their blog. The inspiration for the MultiModel comes from how the brain transforms sensory input from modalities such as sound, vision and taste, and transforms them into language or actions.


Robot takes to stage in British "Spillikin" play

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Six years ago he embarked on a project to create a robot that would save tour guides from tediously repeating the same script each day. Jackson's company, Cornish-based Engineered Arts, is the world's only maker of commercially available life sized humanoid robots. The Android has even been described as'affectionate' by leading lady Norman, who works closely with the robot throughout the performance Featuring the bizarre'robothespian', the play brings love and technology together for a story about a robot maker who builds a robot to keep his wife company after he dies'Spillikin' runs in London until March 19 and continues its tour until April. Jackson's company, Cornish-based Engineered Arts, is the world's only maker of commercially available life sized humanoid robots.


How to make your child a maths genius

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The research also found that children with average and above average math performance benefited the most from using their entire bodies to learn - and children who weren't very good at maths from the beginning of the study didn't receive much additional benefit from the full body engagement learning Professor Jacob Wienecke, an associate professor at the University of Copenhagen's Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports and lead researcher of the study, said: 'Compared to previous studies which demonstrated that intense physical activity could improve learning outcomes, we have been able to show that lower intensity activities are just as effective, or even more effective, as long as movement is integrated into the topic at hand.' 'Compared to previous studies which demonstrated that intense physical activity could improve learning outcomes, we have been able to show that lower intensity activities are just as effective, or even more effective, as long as movement is integrated into the topic at hand,' said Professor Jacob Wienecke, an associate professor at the University of Copenhagen's Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports and lead researcher of the study The second group of students didn't use their whole bodies while learning math but they did use fine motor skills. These students worked independently or in small groups using LEGO to solve arithmetic math problems or for building models to solve geometry tasks. These students worked independently or in small groups using LEGO to solve arithmetic math problems or for building models to solve geometry tasks.