In Daniel Tammet's mind, three is a dotted green crescent moon shape, one is a sort of white sunburst and four is a blue boomerang.
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The rate of adoption for machine-to-machine, or M2M, technologies enabling devices of virtually every size and function to share valuable data will be nothing short of mind-boggling over the next seven years ...
At the end of 2011, a few geeks in Sweden set up the Swedish Twitter University, which brought lectures in a series of tweets to a class of around 500 followers.
A growing electronic blitzkrieg by Beijing - blasted by Barack Obama as ''state sponsored'' hacking and now extending to the jamming of Australia's radio news broadcasts in Asia ...
The news that the next leader of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis I, is a Jesuit, a scholar, and an advocate for social justice was greeted with enthusiasm by Catholic-college presidents.
British social scientists are drawing up a common set of ethical principles aimed at freeing research from what they see as excessive ethics oversight frameworks that hamper their ability to improve social understanding.
Charles Baudelaire and Ernest Hemingway may well turn in their graves.
About 80 million Americans suffer from heart disease, the nation's No. 1 killer, and most are on multiple drugs.
Despite efforts to boost education exports, the number of students being issued visas to study in New Zealand for the first time fell by a quarter in 2009-2012, new figures reveal. Overall, visa issuance for new and existing students was down by 10%.
The Air Force and the Coast Guard have become the latest branches of the United States military to suspend their Tuition Assistance Programs, following significant, across-the-board cuts in defense spending that took effect this month in a process known as sequestration.