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Wednesday 22 May 2013
Brain stimulation maths boost link
Applying high-frequency electrical noise to the brain can boost maths skills up to six months later, say Oxford University researchers.
BBC News - 17 May 02:26
Klipsch Image S4i (II): good value sound, but a slightly awkward shape
We had hoped that the flat cord would miraculously stop that noise transference to your ear due to the cable rubbing on your clothing as you walk. We found that most of the noise was the sound of the earbuds pulling against our ears, rather than the cables rubbing on our clothes, although there was some cable noise. Weâ€™ve definitely heard worse. Related Stories SuperTooth Disco Twin - stylish ...
Macworld UK - 21 May 14:35
Football - Swiss TV apologises for fake crowd noise at deserted derby
Swiss broadcaster SRF has apologised for adding fake crowd noise to try and liven up its coverage of Sunday's Zurich derby, which kicked off in a near deserted
Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Sport - 15 May 11:23