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WIlliam Pugh Bafta Breakthrough Brit

The 20-year-old game developer of The Stanley Parable named a Bafta Breakthrough Brit. William Pugh, co-creator of the video game The Stanley Parable, has been named a Bafta Breakthrough Brit, making him the youngest of the people chosen from the gaming industry to have achieved so. Co-developed with Australian Davey Wreden,...

Google glass banned from theaters

The Motion Picture Association of America and National Association of Theater Owners have decided to get Google Glass banned from theaters in the US. The fight of the movie industry against piracy just got a shot in the arm as the MPAA and NATO amended the rules for their...

Stuart Broad fit

England fast bowler Stuart Broad fit to take on the World Cup 2015 challenge. England fast bowler Stuart Broad is on course to make a comeback to the English cricket team for the one-day triangular series against India and Australia from January 16, 2014. Broad underwent a knee surgery last month...

Andy Murray claims Valencia Open

Britain’s number 1 Andy Murray claims Valencia Open after emphatic win over Tommy Robredo. The 2014 Valencia Open final had all the ingredients of a perfect final of a tournament. Britain’s Andy Murray took on Spanish Tommy Robredo on Sunday, October 26, 2014 in Valencia. The grueling match took...

Canada Ebola vaccine clinical trials 2014

Third Ebola vaccine to be tested in Europe, Gabob and Kenya. Another experimental Ebola vaccine, developed by the Canadian government will undergo clinical trials in Europe, Gabon and Kenya, after being initially tested in the US. The vaccine, licensed to NewLink Genetics, will be injected into healthy volunteers, mostly...

milk calcium study fractures

New research in Sweden suggests that milk might not provide total protection from fractured bones. A new research published in the British Medical Journal suggests that drinking large amounts of milk might not be a guard against bone fractures. The research, which was conducted in Sweden, suggests that women...