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  1. Communications Limits, a parental control rolled out this week via iOS 13.1.3, was intended to prevent unknown numbers from contacting a device with the parental controls enabled.
  2. A tandem of papers suggested that a rapidly spinning neutron star called a pulsar was to blame for the strange rays, despite speculation that colliding dark matter may also be a candidate.
  3. Ben Fogle and his wife Marina attended an event organised with the Tree Council. Since the drive began, our readers have planted or pledged funds to plant more than 35,000 trees.
  4. Airbnb removed more than 60 accounts of users who were identified in a data dump of the online neo-Nazi group Iron March. It has removed 1.2 million accounts for discriminatory views since 2016.
  5. Nearly 70% of the Earth is covered with oceans, but an animation reveals what our planet would look like if they all disappeared -with most land becoming visible at a decrease in sea level of 459 feet.
  6. A team of researchers in Antarctica have extracted more than 194 cubic feet of air that was trapped beneath the surface ice. The samples came from melting more than 11,000 pounds of ice.
  7. A study found smaller microplastics have been overlooked, as they are hiding in the guts of tiny marine creatures. This finding suggests there are a million times more plastics in the ocean.
  8. Details of the new models were revealed in a private note to investors by analyst Jun Zhang of international brokers Rosenblatt Securities, leaked to Apple Insider.
  9. The 808 mile (1,300 km) -long fiery trail formed by the space rock as it began to burn up in the atmosphere was spotted over Australia in the July of 2017.
  10. A panel of experts from NASA and NOAA in the US recently concluded that the current solar cycle is nearing its end, and the next one will begin when this streak ends.
  11. Ancient fossilised shells in Antarctica were revealed Earth's tumultuous pre-Chicxulub existence due to rising carbon dioxide emissions from volcanic eruptions in the Deccan Traps.
  12. Apple is working on technology for the perfect selfie. It acquired Spectral Edge, an AI startup that uses machine learning to make pictures crisper, with more accurate colors.
  13. A million units may be small compared to other big name phone manufacturers the hurdle represents a significant feat given the nascence of the technology and its premium price tag.
  14. The toad, whose proper name is 'Atelopus arsyecue', has not been comprehensively studied in 30 years, because biologists have not been able to access its small habitat in Columbia.
  15. Archaeologists have concluded that fragments recovered from an old Native American burial site in Oregon are parts of child-sized versions of old spear-throwing weapons called atlatls.


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