Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Tech

Samsung could finally reveal what caused the Galaxy Note7 to catch...

One of the biggest mysteries of the tech world in 2016 might finally be unravelled later this month. Samsung plans to share the results...

2016 Africa roundup: drone delivery, VC, unicorns, exits and Zuck

Twenty-sixteen was a pivotal year for African tech. The continent’s IT scene attracted major investment, produced its first $1 billion startup, launched a national...

12 candid answers to those awkward family questions about your love...

Image: universal LONDON — Happy holidays one and all. Tis the season for spending time with your lovely but mildly irritating family and distant...

Technology and today’s vast and immensely underserved mental health population

Someone in your life is suffering from a mental disorder right now. You may not know it, but it’s there. Indeed, one in five...

‘The Last Guardian’ gets its own companion book

While 2016 hasn't been the best year for the world at large, it's certainly been a brilliant one for video games. As well as...

Raspberry Pi releases an OS to breathe new life into old...

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released an experimental version of its Linux-based Pixel OS for Windows and Mac PCs. The OS, originally designed to...

Peter Thiel’s startup helps authorities track illegal immigrants

Data-mining and analytics firm Palantir, co-founded by Gawker-bankrupting tech billionaire Peter Thiel, remains a secretive purveyor of intelligence-gathering tools. While a May report revealed...

Japan axes its ‘fast’ nuclear reactor prototype

Japan's Monju reactor was supposed to be a more efficient alternative to conventional nuclear power. The "fast," sodium-cooled prototype plant would produce more plutonium...

Young adults and the evolution of modern food culture

From a financial perspective, young adults are a relatively future-focused, financially savvy group. Millennials do, however, spend more money on dining out than any...

These are the words that encapsulate 2016

LONDON — It's been an eventful year. From Britain voting to leave the European Union to Donald Trump being elected president of the United...

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Suncream, cold remedies and gluten-free food may no longer be available on the NHS in England under a crackdown on "low value" medicines.
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NHS England is working on new guidelines to limit low value prescriptions. It could mean patients have to buy Omega 3, gluten free foods and some painkillers. We heard from pharmacist Sonal Davda and GP Dr Sarah Jarvis, with Health Correspondent Smitha Mundasad.

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