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Hackers Target Cash Machines of a Leading European Bank to Steal Banknotes

Hackers Target Cash Machines of a Leading European Bank to Steal Banknotes

According to a new report, hackers targeted cash machines with a motive to steal all the bank notes from the machines. They did so by cutting holes in front side of the cash machines and then inserted USB port and uploading malicious code software to retrieve hard cash from the machines.

According to sources, the bank has been successful in spotting the carefully planned motive of the hackers and has further increased its security after the attacks.

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Gene Helps Tobacco Hornworm to puff nicotine out through Spiracles: Study

Gene Helps Tobacco Hornworm to puff nicotine out through Spiracles: Study

As per a latest study, caterpillars that feed on tobacco plants save themselves by driving out a nicotine-laced substance. Researchers have discovered a gene in hornworm caterpillars that permits them to blow nicotine out through their spiracle. This acts as a forewarning to their possible predators.

As per researchers, this strategy is known as ‘defensive halitosis’. The study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Monday.

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Volkswagen AG Audi Division Plans to spend 22 billion Euros through 2018

Volkswagen AG Audi Division Plans to spend 22 billion Euros through 2018

Volkswagen AG’s Audi division is the second largest manufacturer of lavish cars in the world. The firm plans to spend 22 billion euros ($30.3 billion) in latest models manufacturing facility and technology in the coming five years till 2018.

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German Scientists Recommend Using Cars to Evaluate Rainfall

German Scientists Recommend Using Cars to Evaluate Rainfall

According to a latest report, the use of RainCars has been proposed by the German researchers as they believe that in order to acquire the accurate measurement of the amount of rainfall within particular regions, these cars can serve as very useful tools.

The researchers believe that by utilizing such cars they will be able to gather very useful information about the measurement of the rain fall. Also, they believe that this relevant information can help in the prevention as well as prediction of floods in advance.

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Movement of Windshield Wipers Could Track Water Patterns

Movement of Windshield Wipers Could Track Water Patterns

Drivers control the speed of their windshield wipers according to the intensity of rain, but researchers have conceived a novel idea of tracking weather patterns with the help of a GPS that keeps a watch on this movement of the windshield wipers.

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Baby Weighing 5.9kg Born in Germany

Baby Weighing 5.9kg Born in Germany

A woman weighing 240 kg has given birth to exceptionally obese child weighing 5.9 kg. The baby was delivered at Berlin’s Charite hospital on Wednesday. The baby boy has been named “jihad” by his German mother.

It has been reported that Jihad is the 14th kid of the obese mother. Although the baby has unusual weight, his mother was able to give him birth naturally. The doctors advised the mother to go in for an operation but she declined and kept on pushing the baby until he was born.

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Germany Returns Stolen Namibian Skulls

Germany Returns Stolen Namibian Skulls

Latest reports have confirmed that during a solemn ceremonial blemished by protests and demonstrations, Germany has returned 20 skulls whisked off from Namibia during last century.

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Porsche Cajun Gears to Take on Range Rover Evoque

In a bid to take on its arch rival, the three-door Range Rover Evoque, Porsche is all set to make a grand entry with its three-door Porsche Cajun to be launched in two years. Even the German automaker is drafting to launch its five-door version already.

It is believed that the new crossover resembles the 911 design lines and the overall design is somehow taken from the legendary 959 rally-raid racer. However, it has been kept in mind that it should look different in between the herd of other cars.

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Tablets to be Blamed for Fueling New Habits among iPad Users

Tablets to be Blamed for Fueling New Habits among iPad Users

After surveying 4,721 adults in the UK, Germany and France, the price comparison platform Shopzilla revealed that with the introduction of Tablets like Apple's iPad, there is a drastic change in the habits of European consumers in regard of adopting a brand new range of products. According to their figures, till now 6% now possess a slate device, and during the coming year, 20% more intends to buy one.

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Two Strained E.coli Cause Serious Concerns

Two Strained E.coli Cause Serious Concerns

Germany is experiencing an E. coli outbreak that causes food to be deadly poisonous. There are two strains of the E. coli virus and on their own, the strains are quite nasty. When paired together, the strain is to be considered very deadly.

This new hybrid strain is considered to be aggressive because it can reproduce quickly and release more toxins than similar bacterial strains. German officials state that the cause of the outbreak originates from sprouts found in an organic farm in the north of Germany.

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