The dome which could help machines understand behaviour

Made up of over 500 cameras, the Panoptic Studio captures motion without the use of markers.

How a girl who can't speak got a unique voice

New digital technology allows people without a voice to sound like themselves for the first time.

Chorus: 70 percent of fibre connections on 100Mbps speeds

Chorus has reported that 70 percent of its mass-market fibre connections are now on speeds of 100Mbps or above, with 309,000 premises now connected in its UFB footprint.

Liberia election: Weah and Boakai headed for presidential run-off

Former football star George Weah is in the lead, with current vice-president Joseph Boakai second.

Chinese search engine Sogou files to list on NYSE

Tencent is the biggest winner from Sogou's listing in the US as it owns the biggest stake in the Chinese company, even more than Sogou's parent, Nasdaq-listed Sohu.

Why does Catalonia want independence?

Why is there a Catalan crisis? The answer is in its past, as Europe correspondent Gavin Lee explains.

?Windows Subsystem for Linux graduates in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Sysadmins and developers rejoice! WSL is now a fully fledged part of Windows 10, starting with the latest Fall Creators Update.

?Windows Subsystem for Linux graduates in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Sysadmins and developers rejoice! WSL is now a fully fledged part of Windows 10, starting with the latest Fall Creators Update.

Do you own your data and have free rein? The answer in an Internet of things, cloud world may surprise you

The great big data land grab is on, and the Internet of Things is going to make ownership even more complicated. Get ready for a few ownership spats as data becomes the new oil.

Do you own your data and have free rein? The answer in an Internet of things, cloud world may surprise you

The great big data land grab is on, and the Internet of Things is going to make ownership even more complicated. Get ready for a few ownership spats as data becomes the new oil.

Sebastian Kurz: Austrian conservative set to become world's youngest leader

Conservative Sebastian Kurz, 31, on course to lead country after campaign dominated by immigration.

Everton: Ronald Koeman cannot change much before January - Kevin Kilbane

The way Everton play under Ronald Koeman will not change until they can sign players in January, says MOTD2 pundit Kevin Kilbane.

Garth Crooks' team of the week: De Bruyne, Jesus, De Gea, Sterling, Cleverley

What is like asking Ryan Giggs to fight Mike Tyson? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week.

UK police look into new Weinstein claims

Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is accused of a number of sexual assaults in London, the BBC understands.

How to Make a Water Pump With No Moving Parts

This doesn't seem like it's going to pump a fish tank anytime soon, but it's an interesting experiment.

Some Police Departments Are Trying Out Gun Cameras

A few departments are trying out the new tech as a replacement for body cameras.

European Champions Cup: Northampton 13-57 Saracens

Saracens score eight tries as they begin their quest for a third successive Champions Cup by thrashing Northampton at Franklin's Gardens.

Para-swimming: New details emerge from confidential report into 'climate of fear'

New details emerge of the "climate of fear" GB Para-swimmers were subjected to by their former head coach.

BlackBerry Motion, Microsoft on Android, wireless earbuds (MobileTechRoundup #409)

Pixel 2 orders arrive this week, Huawei will be announcing devices tomorrow, a new Kindle was announced and will arrive soon, while the V30 is now available in stores.

BlackBerry Motion, Microsoft on Android, wireless earbuds (MobileTechRoundup #409)

Pixel 2 orders arrive this week, Huawei will be announcing devices tomorrow, a new Kindle was announced and will arrive soon, while the V30 is now available in stores.

Southampton 2-2 Newcastle United

Manolo Gabbiadini marks his return to Southampton's side with both goals as battling Saints twice came from behind to deny Newcastle United victory at St Mary's.

Why can't California control the wildfires?

Northern California is experiencing the deadliest wildfires in its history. Why are so many dying?

MOTD2 Extra: Martin Keown blames Arsenal players for 'capitulation'

Match of the Day2 Extra pundit Martin Keown says Arsenal players "capitulated" after Troy Deeney's penalty and blames the "DNA and recruitment" of players.

WUD Life Meteor Galaxy Note 8 case: Real rock back panel for a unique look and feel

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is my favorite smartphone currently available and there are a ton of case options for it. WUD Life has a unique take on a custom case created by embedded rock into the back.

This 60-Year-Old Egg-Shaped Three-Wheeler Is the Best City Car

The 1957 Brütsch Mopetta has the charm of a moped and the cool of a car. What's not to love?

The Best Digital Photo Frames for Showcasing Your Memories

Having a digital picture frame ensures that your favorite memories are always on display. We've rounded up several highly rated options, ranging from affordable to luxurious.

Woody Allen 'sad' for Weinstein

The director tells the BBC he heard rumours but never the "horror stories" which have emerged.

Recognition of mixed-sequence DNA using double-stranded probes with interstrand zipper arrangements of O2'-triphenylene- and coronene-functionalized RNA monomers

Org. Biomol. Chem., 2017, Accepted ManuscriptDOI: 10.1039/C7OB01920C, PaperSaswata Karmakar, Dale C Guenther, Bradley C Gibbons, Patrick J. Jerzy HrdlickaDevelopment of hybridization-based probes that enable recognition of specific mixed-sequence double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) regions is of considerable interest due to their potential applications in molecular biology, biotechnology, and medicine.

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