News Headlines - 31 May 2014

iOS 8 confirmed for WWDC 2014 unveiling as banners appear - Trusted Reviews

Apple will officially unveil its new iPhone and iPad operating system iOS 8 next week, signage at the venue for WWDC 2014 has confirmed.
With Apple’s annual developer conference set to kick off in San Francisco next Monday, June 2, images from the hosting Moscone Center have shown that banners have already been erected to depict the new iOS 8 OS.

Government to review all aspects of the BBC and future of licence fee - London Evening Standard

Every single aspect of how the BBC is run and paid for will be under review when its charter comes up for renewal, the Culture Secretary has said.

American soldier Bowe Bergdahl held by Taliban is freed | euronews, world news

American soldier Bowe Bergdahl has been released by the Taliban after being held captive by them for five years in Afghanistan.
He was returned in exchange for five Afghan detainees held at Guantanamo Bay.
The 28-year-old was captured in June 2009 in eastern Afghanistan under unknown circumstances. He had only been in the country two months.

A First- Functioning Acoustic Tractor Beam Created | French Tribune

Tractor beam, a term coined by E. Smith in his novel Spacehounds of IPC (1931), is a device having the ability to attract one object to another from a distance.
Working in unison with researchers from Southampton University and Illinois Wesleyan University, the Dundee researchers have utilized energy from an ultrasound array to apply force behind an object and drag it towards the energy source.

The good life in Japan: a traditional farm stay | The Guardian

Two hours from the neon of Tokyo, Liz Boulter meets a family with a back-to-nature outlook who run an inn on a farm that pays its dues to Japan's ancient traditions








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