Passing Alcatraz Island in light wind, Emirates Team New Zealand and Oracle Team USA sail America's Cup race 13

America's Cup: Emirates Team New Zealand denied victory as Oracle Racing USA take advantage of cruel blow for Kiwis

Thirteen was far from lucky for Emirates Team New Zealand as they went back to their base rueing the cruel fate of being beaten by the clock when within just a few minutes of taking the America’s Cup away from Oracle Racing USA and then suffering a penalty on the re-run and losing by over 80 seconds.

Round-up: Kiwis triumph as Bismarck du Plessis is sent off

Two tries from captain Kieran Read helped New Zealand move to the top of the Rugby Championship after a 29-15 victory over South Africa in a match marked by the dismissal of Bismarck du Plessis for two contentious yellow cards.

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One step closer: the pill that brings jet lag down to earth

Scientists blocked particular gene to improve the recovery time of mice

Tradesmen, not bankers, put in the longest hours

Britain’s army of tradesmen is working longer than famously office-tied bankers as holidays are sacrificed and weekends ignored in a bid to squeeze more jobs in.

The Ministry of Defence has spent thousands of pounds on calling the speaking clock

Time for a change as MoD staff run up £40,000 speaking clock bill

Civil servants spent £18,804 on calling time service in 2012 - and £6,000 this year, despite bosses attempting to impose ban

Mo Farah celebrates his 5,000m triumph in Moscow on Friday night, his second gold of the World Championships

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After his latest golden double, the distance runner relishes the idea of tackling 26.2 miles in London

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Album three from the LA four-piece whose Nothing is Wrong was one of my favourite records of 2011.

A Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S4 (front) and Apple's iPhone 5 smartphones are seen in this picture illustration taken in Seoul May 13, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Samsung deny tricking 'speed tests' for the Galaxy S4

Investigation by a tech website supposedly reveals lines of code used to manipulate benchmark tests

Independent writer Simon Usbourne works out

Thumbing one's nose at the quest for digital dexterity: Get fit for 4G with O2's thumbells

It had the scent of a PR stunt best filed under “B” for “balls”. But in the interests of the nation’s health (and my editor’s demands) I agreed to undergo a workout billed as a cure for a very modern affliction.

Swatch clocks up increased profits as it defies China hitch

Swatch, the world’s biggest watch maker, cheered investors yesterday with a first-half rise in profits despite a crackdown in China on traditional gift giving.

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Padraig Harrington and Sergio Garcia have history. Or, as psychologists today like to say: “They have issues.” The bad luck of the draw thrust them together for the third round. It didn’t take long for one of them to become irritated by the other.

Ricky Ponting finished unbeaten on 41 runs at The Oval

Ricky Ponting turns back the clock one last time

Surrey 198 & 186-2 Nottinghamshire 410

Atomic clocks were the most accurate way of measuring a second until the optical lattice clock was invented

Scientists develop optical lattice atomic clocks that could redefine the way we measure time

A new clock has been developed by Parisian scientists that could redefine the second.

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Apple applies for iWatch trademark in Japan

Move indicates company's intent to create a smartwatch

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