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Recently, a fake photo of a baby girl with a sparkly piercing in a dimple on her cheek went viral and incited outrage from many who assumed the photo was real. Now, a new study shows why doctored images can fool so many: People really aren't very good at telling real images from fake ones.Read More
In many ways, Facebook has become a parallel universe. Millions of people use the app on their phones. Millions of others never think to log out. Entire businesses are run through Facebook, and some institutions use a Facebook page instead of an actual website. Though there are many methods of instant communication, Facebook users routinely use Messenger to write or call friends all over the world.
Look out, Nest. You've got some competition, and it's coming from an unlikely candidate -- Microsoft. This week saw the unveiling of a video showing the first smart thermostat powered by Microsoft, and of course it can be controlled via voice with Microsoft's virtual assistant Cortana (who stacks up surprisingly well against the competition). It's called the Glas thermostat, and its sleek design comes with a touchscreen display that allows you to adjust the temperature of various rooms throughout your home.
Ceramics, the seaside and sex all provide eye-catching displays in this artist’s home, says Kate Edgley
She’s writing a book, he’s a locum doctor: when Laura Gray and her husband realised they could work anywhere, they downsized into a mobile home