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Chinese students have invented a device to turn book pages by blinking

Headband uses brain-sensing technology and sends digital signals to page-flipping gadget using Bluetooth Inventors say it could make it easier for people with disabilities to read books

Nadal's repeat bid in New York derailed by injury

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rafael Nadal tried to put a brave face on it but the defending U.S. Open champion could not hide his frustration after yet another physical setback denied him the chance to add to his haul of Grand Slam titles.

Hong Kong man admits rape and theft, ditching earlier insistence that he had not had sex in a decade

Imran-younas Shahid admits attacking 28-year-old and stealing her iPhone

Berlin fair a dreamland for wannabe sandmen of 'sleep tech'

As people in developed nations increasingly obsess over the quality of their 40 winks, technology companies are cashing in with gadgets to stop wearers snoring or collect data on their sleep cycles.

Unified Korea trounce Taiwan to reach hoops final

A JOINT Korean women’s basketball team slammed Taiwan 89-66 to reach the Asian Games final, helped by Las Vegas razzmatazz and some good, old, northern grit.

6 ways to revamp or recycle your old clothes

Instead of buying new clothes every time you think you need them, try revamping your old clothes by turning them into “new” items. If the clothes are too old or don’t fit you anymore, you can also look for another way to use them.

New-look Federer straight back in the old routine

LONDON (Reuters) - Roger Federer caused a stir when he began his quest for a ninth Wimbledon title with a new logo on his chest but everything else looked familiar as he crushed Dusan Lajovic 6-1 6-3 6-4 in glorious Centre Court sunshine on Monday.

Oculus Go: Virtual reality just lost its biggest obstacle

The Oculus Go needs neither a powerful computer to be connected to nor an expensive smartphone to act as a display.

Nicaraguan protesters refuse to back down, as Ortega talks continue

MANAGUA (Reuters) - Nicaraguan officials began a second day of talks with students and business leaders on Friday to try to resolve weeks of tension with increasingly unpopular President Daniel Ortega that has sparked nationwide clashes.

Meghan Markle’s choice: Will a royal tiara grace the big day?

Meghan Markle has not said if she will wear a royal tiara at her upcoming wedding, but she if she does she will be able to choose from one of the world’s most remarkable jewellery collections.