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The elevated bus that 'straddles' cars to avoid traffic jams


Models show the elevated bus passing over the road surface while cars drive through the hollow space below

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Watch as Nasa expands its Bigelow inflatable space pod


The inflatable pod will remain attached to the ISS for two years, with Nasa hoping a similar module may accompany astronauts to Mars.

By: Emily Reynolds,

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Mirror's Edge is being turned into a live action TV series


Electronic Arts is betting big on its resurgentA Mirror's EdgeA franchise, with a live-action television series in the works.

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PayPal is culling its Windows, Blackberry and Amazon phone apps


PayPal is killing off its applications for Windows Phone, Amazon Fire, and Blackberry users.

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Three to test network-level ad blocking next month


Mobile operator Three will begin blocking all adverts on mobile websites and apps on its phones next month

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WIRED Awake: 10 must-read articles for 26 May


Your WIRED.co.uk daily briefing.A Today, Three will be trialling a network-level ad-blocking feature in June, Google has threatened to publish figures showing which mobile phone providers are failing to send out Android updates promptly, Foxconn has reportedly replaced 60,000 factory staff with robots and more.

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Netflix is testing a virtual reality 'rental store'


Netflix's latest virtual reality experiment recreates the video rental store experience of the 1980s inside an HTC Vive.

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Google stops selling Nexus Player streaming device


Google has officially stopped selling its Nexus Player streaming device.

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Titanfall 2 leak teases larger maps, new gameplay


Gameplay details and alleged concept art for upcoming shooter Titanfall 2 appear to have leaked ahead of the game's formal reveal

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Huawei sues Samsung for patent infringements


Samsung "directly infringed and continue to directly infringe" certain Huawei patents, according to the lawsuit.

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Apple is reportedly making an Echo competitor


AppleA is working on an Amazon Echo competitor, saysA The Information.A

Apple will also be developing a "development kit" for Siri, giving third-party developers access to the system.

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Brian May launches Owl VR viewer that works with any smartphone


 The Owl VR Smartphone Viewer, designed by the Queen guitarist, will cost APS25 and launch in late May

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The algorithm that can predict when a tsunami will strike


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Seismologists have created an algorithm that could one day help give coastal cities early warning of incomingA tsunamis.

By studying plate tectonics in the Japan Trench, researchers from the Australian National University developed a system that can recreate the movements of a typical tsunami to determine its threat level.

Called the Time Reverse Imaging Method, the system takes real-time data from ocean sensors and uses this information to recreate what the tsunami looked like when it was 'born'.

Current tsunami warning systems rely on region-specific scenarios based on previous patterns in that area.

This is because scientists use sensors in the ocean that detect abnormal movements, but they can't make accurate projections of how much water will hit a coast, and how hard.A If a real tsunami doesn't match any of the known scenarios, it results in significant loss of life.

To build the algorithm, lead author Jan Dettmer and his team studied information captured by sensors on the Pacific Ocean floor. In particular, they gathered data from Tohoku-Oki earthquake and tsunami from 11 March 2011.

Dettmer took the information from the 2011 event and used it to go 'back in time' mathematically, calculating what the tsunami looked like when it first started.

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In order to predict its course, researchers studied the initial sea surface displacement a or what the wave looked like when it first started.

Once the team had the information from the beginning of the tsunami, it added it to the sensor data and projected what the tsunami would look like once it hit land. By checking his results against this event in 2011, Dettmer was able to hone his algorithm.

The plan is to test his method on other recorded earthquakes and fine-tune the technology until it is ready for implementation, which he said could be in less than five years.A Tsunamis kill an average of 8,000 people every year, according to the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction.

Once scientists have the tsunami source pinpointed, they can use it to make better predictions about what will happen once the waves reach shore. This new method is fast enough to compete with existing algorithms but much more accurate.

"[The Time Reverse Imaging Method] is not based on some guess, it's based on real-time information," said Dettmer. "This method would improve accuracy without sacrificing speed. Once the earthquake happens, then we have minutes."

"This is a step forward. This research can be part of the next generation of tsunami warning systems that are based on real time information."

Dettmer and his colleagues have been speaking about their tsunami-tracking algorithm at a meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in Salt Lake City.

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Hubble discovers clues to how supermassive black holes are 'born'


A discovery from theA Hubble Space TelescopeA may have given us our most detailed insight yet into the birth of supermassive black holes.A

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Pebble raises APS4m for its new watches and first fitness tracker


Pebble has raised more than $6 million (APS4m) to create an updated version of its smartwatch and a fitness tracker.

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WIRED Awake: 10 must-read articles for 25 May


Your WIRED.co.uk daily briefing.A Today, Huawei is suing Samsung over its use of Huawei patents in both China and the USA, Apple is reported to be developing a household digital assistant to rival Amazon's Echo, a new study has found that giving antibiotics to cattle increases their production of greenhouse gases, and more.

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Google wants to replace your password with a 'trust score'


GoogleA wants to get rid of your password.

The company has proposed a system it calls "trust scores" to remove the need to remember usual numerical and linguistic credentials using a 'Trust API' on Android phones.

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Twitter removes images and usernames from character limit


Photos, videos, GIFs and quote tweets will no longer count towardsA Twitter'sA 140-character limit.

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Google confirms police raid on Paris office


French police have raidedA Google'sA Paris offices as part of an ongoing investigation on tax fraud.

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French newspaperA Le ParisienA reports that the offices were raided by police and tax officials at 5am UTC, with a source telling the newspaper that it was a "top secret" investigation.

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Skylanders takes on Hearthstone with Battlecast card game


 Skylanders swaps 'toys to life' for 'cards to life' as it takes on the likes of Hearthstone with a collectible card game that straddles both the physical and digital worlds.

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Tim Cook: Coding should be a 'second language' taught to all children


All primary school children should be taught to code alongside learning the alphabet, according to Apple boss Tim Cook.

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How to check if your LinkedIn account was hacked


More than 117 million LinkedIn account details are being sold on data sharing websites on the dark web.

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Apple releases iOS 9.3.3 beta


The latest version of iOS is only available to developers and doesn't contain a fix for an error in 9.3.2 that bricked 9.7-inch iPad Pros

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Xbox One is about to get a torrent client


Torrex Pro is a paid UWP app, currently available on the Windows Store. But it will soon be compatible with Xbox One.

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Black Death maps reveal how the plague devastated medieval Britain


An in-depth analysis of pottery shards has revealed the "eye-watering" impact the Black Death had across ruralA medievalA England.A

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Faintest ever galaxy shows universe 13 billion years ago


The results of the studyA could help explain how a period called the "cosmic dark ages" ended.

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Facebook changes Trending Topics after 'bias' allegations


Facebook has admitted that some of its employees may have shown "isolated" bias when selecting news stories to be included in the network's Trending Topics bar.

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WIRED Awake: 10 must-read articles for 24 May


Your WIRED.co.uk daily briefing.A Today, Zika researchers have for the first time found a wild Aedes aegypti mosquito infected with the virus, Spotify's revenues grew 80 per cent in 2015, Facebook has announced a shake-up of its Trending news feed operation and more.

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Fruit Ninja is being turned into a live-action movie


Hot on the heels ofA The Angry Birds Movie,A A another app is going to be made into a movie: Fruit Ninja

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Google's new app lets anyone do scientific experiments


GoogleA has launched a new Android app to help people perform scientific experiments that they describe asA a digital "lab notebook".

By: Emily Reynolds,

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