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Sony Z3 phones and tablet stream PlayStation 4 games

Sony’s latest smartphones and tablets can stream PlayStation 4 video games. Owners will be able to attach the new devices to an existing PS4 controller via a special mount to play titles powered by the console’s processors. Until now this “remote play” facility had only been offered to the firm’s PlayStation Vita handheld console. Experts said the feature should help ...

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Mars 2020 rover will pave the way for future manned missions

Nasa’s next Martian rover will attempt to make oxygen on the surface of the red planet when it lands there in 2021. The rover will carry seven scientific projects, aimed at paving the way for future manned missions, seeking evidence of life and storing samples to be brought back in the future. Among them is a device for turning the ...

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Dinosaurs ‘shrank’ regularly to become birds

Huge meat-eating, land-living dinosaurs evolved into birds by constantly shrinking for over 50 million years, scientists have revealed. Theropods shrunk 12 times from 163kg (25st 9lb) to 0.8kg (1.8lb), before becoming modern birds. The researchers found theropods were the only dinosaurs to get continuously smaller. Their skeletons also changed four times faster than other dinosaurs, helping them to survive. Results ...

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Microwave helmet ‘can spot a stroke’

Scientists say they have devised a helmet that can quickly determine whether a patient has had a stroke. It could speed diagnosis and treatment of stroke to boost chances of recovery, the scientists say. The wearable cap bounces microwaves off the brain to determine whether there has been a bleed or clot deep inside. The Swedish scientists who made the ...

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