Scientists hope Leonardo Da Vinci's work can reveal DNA clues

An international team of scientists are collaborating to gather more information about Leonardo Da Vinci and his work, and try to solve a mystery and determine if bones presumed to belong to the famed Renaissance man are in fact his.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/05/06/scientists-hope-leonardo-da-vincis-work-can-reveal-dna-clues.html

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Does Little iPhone Mean Apple Is Growing Up?


Every few months, fans gather with excitement to see what Apple will introduce next — so what can we expect to see from Apple on March 21? I think the most important thing will be fixing a mistake the company made two years ago. Apple will reintroduce a 4-inch iPhone. As smartphone sales slow, even Apple needs to cozy up to users. Slapping them in the face and ignoring their needs was not a good sales tactic. Apple typically does a good job of giving customers what they want, but occasionally it has diverged from that path.

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When Data Breaks the News


Google is putting a new spin on the news. Instead of relying on journalists to gather facts and report events the old-fashioned way, the company’s News Lab, launched earlier this year, aims to deliver news stories through data. Case in point: Who needs polls to reveal that Donald Trump is the most popular candidate in the Republican primary free-for-all? By tracking search requests for each candidate, Google Trends, part of the News Lab, came up with an interactive county-by-county map showing the volume of searches for each candidate.

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Would you trust a driverless car?

Each year tech junkies from around the world gather in Las Vegas for International CES, the Consumer Electronics Show where innovators come to show off their latest prototypes, preview products and announce new releases, including a Mercedes Benz that doesn’t even need a chauffeur to drive you around.

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