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How A Drone Might Save Your Life

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There is a natural tendency to accentuate the negative when it comes to drones -- concentrating on how these "spies the sky" represent a threat to privacy and civil liberties. But as Techdirt has reported before, there are other applications that many might find not just acceptable but welcome. And...
How A Drone Might Save Your Life

Fabrice Muamba Twitter case: was the sentence excessive?

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Liam Stacey, a student who mocked the Bolton star after the footballer collapsed with a cardiac arrest, has lost his appeal against a 56-day jail term...
Fabrice Muamba Twitter case: was the sentence excessive?

Metal Gear Solid 5 - the trailer decoded

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We chat to games journalist and Metal Gear expert Dan Dawkins about that MGS V trailer and what it all meansI sort of knew this might happen. Dan Dawkins, the ex-editor of PSM3, isn't just a fan of the Metal Gear series; he's something of an obsessive. He's spent the...
Metal Gear Solid 5 - the trailer decoded

Racist Twitter user jailed for 56 days over abusive updates about footballer Fabrice Muamba

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Liam Stacey of Pontypridd, South Wales has been given a 56 day custodial sentence after making what the judge called, “vile and abhorrent” comments, according to reports on the BBC and elswhere. 21 year old Stacey was arrested after his offensive comments, about the collapse of Bolton Wanderers footballer Fabrice Muamba...
Racist Twitter user jailed for 56 days over abusive updates about footballer Fabrice Muamba

In defence of online comments | James Ball

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The internet would be a dull place without readers being able to challenge writers – and journalism would be impoverishedOnline comments are getting a bad press of late. After a small number of prison sentences have been doled out to online trolls, most recently to a tweeter who posted racist...
In defence of online comments | James Ball

Student jailed for racist Fabrice Muamba tweets

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Liam Stacey sentenced to 56 days' prison for posting offensive comments on Twitter after footballer's cardiac arrestA student has been jailed for 56 days for posting offensive comments on Twitter about the on-pitch collapse of Bolton Wanderers footballer Fabrice Muamba.Liam Stacey was arrested after his tweets were reported to police...
Student jailed for racist Fabrice Muamba tweets

Student who mocked Fabrice Muamba on Twitter 'massively sorry'

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Speaking after his release from prison, Liam Stacey describes his abuse of the collapsed Bolton footballer as 'disgusting'A student jailed for posting offensive and racist comments on Twitter following footballer Fabrice Muamba's on-pitch collapse has been banned from university for the rest of the year.Liam Stacey, who has been released...
Student who mocked Fabrice Muamba on Twitter 'massively sorry'

Muamba remains in 'critical condition' after cardiac arrest

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• Statement confirms midfielder suffered heart attack• Fabrice Muamba 'anaesthetised in intensive care'An update on Sunday at 11.10am has been given on the condition of Fabrice Muamba, who collapsed on the pitch during Bolton Wanderers' FA Cup tie against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.The statement, issued jointly by Bolton and the...
Muamba remains in 'critical condition' after cardiac arrest

Fabrice Muamba tweets could land Twitter 'troll' in prison

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Student admits incitement to racial hatred for remarks celebrating Bolton player's collapseA student faces jail after admitting posting offensive comments on Twitter about the on-pitch collapse of footballer Fabrice Muamba.Liam Stacey was arrested after his tweets were reported to police by Twitter users from across Britain, including former England striker...
Fabrice Muamba tweets could land Twitter 'troll' in prison
"Bob is having a cardiac arrest!": Surgeon Simulator 2013 may be the best game ever

Baby first aid: parents to the rescue

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Could you give CPR to your baby, or know what to do if a child has swallowed a toxic substance? If not, then a course in first aid for parents could be a real life-saverI was driving recently when a strangled gurgle erupted from the rear seat, where my eight-month-old...
Baby first aid: parents to the rescue

Villa in shock after Petrov diagnosed with leukaemia

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• Aston Villa midfielder tested after developing a fever • Club request privacy for 32-year-old BulgarianStilian Petrov has been diagnosed with acute leukaemia, Aston Villa announced on Friday. It is the second time this month that a player's health has brought forth shock, concern and messages of support from across...
Villa in shock after Petrov diagnosed with leukaemia

The Double Down Proves Once Again That KFC Wants Us All Dead

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Egad, the legends are true – on April 12th, KFC officially releases their mythical sandwich with fried chicken in place of bread. Future ambulance-riders, meet the Double Down: That’s right — Bacon, cheese, and fatsauce between two fried chicken patties, with nary a piece of bread or anything green in...
The Double Down Proves Once Again That KFC Wants Us All Dead

Muamba picture posted on Twitter

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• Photograph shows Bolton midfielder smiling in his hospital bed• Picture posted on Twitter on Muamba's behalfFabrice Muamba has thanked fans for their support as the first picture of the Bolton Wanderers midfielder since his on-field collapse against Tottenham Hotspur appeared on his Twitter feed on Friday.The picture, which shows...
Muamba picture posted on Twitter

Caroline Lovell, Australian Advocate of Home Birth, Dies Giving Birth at Home

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The tragic death of an Australian mother of two has reignited the ongoing debate over whether home birth is really worth the risk. Complicating matters is the fact that 36-year-old Caroline Lovell was a staunch advocate of the right of women to give birth at home. And while her...
Caroline Lovell, Australian Advocate of Home Birth, Dies Giving Birth at Home

Taiwanese gamer dies while playing at Internet cafe, nobody notices for 9 hours

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A 23-year old League of Legends player named Chen Rong-yu was found dead, sitting upright in his chair, in an Internet cafe in Taiwan. According to the report from Sky News, the young man could have been dead for up to 9 hours before anyone took notice. It’s far from the...
Taiwanese gamer dies while playing at Internet cafe, nobody notices for 9 hours

Police report on fatal Samsung plant gas leak suggests local residents may have been affected

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New information about a gas leak that occurred at a Samsung plant in Korea last month has emerged, conflicting Samsung’s own version of events which caused one fatality and four injuries. One Samsung worker died after a pipeline melted once, leaking the gas, before it leaked a second time, affecting those that were...
Police report on fatal Samsung plant gas leak suggests local residents may have been affected
Police seizure of text messages violated 4th Amendment, judge rules

A quiet killer: Why video games are so addictive

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On a Wednesday night in early February 2012, a waitress at a Taiwanese-based internet café made a grim discovery. Chen Rong-yu, a binge gamer, was found dead in the chair from which he’d been engaged in a marathon gaming session. The game that Chen was playing prior to his death...
A quiet killer: Why video games are so addictive

Samsung working on fix for 'sudden death' bug affecting some Galaxy S III owners

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If you own a Galaxy S III that appears to have suffered some form of cardiac arrest, failing suddenly for no apparent reason, Samsung is aware of the problem, and is working on a fix. The issue, being referred to in the forums as "sudden death," seems to be...
Samsung working on fix for 'sudden death' bug affecting some Galaxy S III owners
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