Deathbed dream puzzles of renowned Indian mathematician Srinivasa finally solved – 100 years after he died

Deathbed theory dreamt by an Indian maths genius is finally proved correct – almost 100 years after he died Theory came to Srinivasa Ramanujan in a dream on his deathbed in 1920 – but has never been provedDiscovery could now be used to explain the behaviour of parts of a black hole | UPDATED: 12:09 GMT, 29 December 2012 Srinivasa Ramanujan, described as a 'natural genius', has finally had the mathematical functions he came up with on his deathbed proved correct Researchers have finally solved the cryptic deathbed puzzle renowned Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan claimed came to him in dreams. While on his death-bed in 1920, Ramanujan wrote a letter to his mentor, English mathematician G. H.

Anger as Google Music"s scan-and-match feature swaps explicit songs with clean versions

Anger as Google Music's scan-and-match feature swaps explicit songs with clean versions | UPDATED: 22:11 GMT, 28 December 2012 Users of a new Google Music feature have been left angry and disappointed after it replaced expletive-laden songs with the cleaner versions suitable for all ages. The scan-and-match technology which had been rolled out just in time for Christmas drew early criticism from users who said the tool was weeding out explicit lyrics.

Christmas 2012: British families stranded in Lapland as dream trip turns to nightmare

British families stranded in Lapland as dream trip turns to nightmare when return flight is cancelled due to engine problemsMore than 200 passengers stranded for four hours on planeFamily tell how 1,700 Christmas dream holiday turned into 'disaster'Passengers left to queue in the 30 degree chill to see Santa | UPDATED: 10:06 GMT, 24 December 2012 Hundreds of Brits on a day-trip to Lapland today feared they would not get home for Christmas after their return flight was cancelled. The fed-up tourists were this afternoon waiting to find out when they would be flown home – nearly a whole day after their plane was due to take off.

British families stranded in Lapland as dream trip turns to nightmare when return flight is cancelled due to engine problems

British families stranded in Lapland as dream trip turns to nightmare when return flight is cancelled due to engine problemsMore than 200 passengers stranded for four hours on planeFamily tell how 1,700 Christmas dream holiday turned into 'disaster'Passengers left to queue in the 30 degree chill to see Santa | UPDATED: 18:52 GMT, 23 December 2012 Hundreds of Brits on a day-trip to Lapland today feared they would not get home for Christmas after their return flight was cancelled.

Feud over Frankie the cat leaves family with 20,000 legal bill after "foster owner" refuses to hand him back

Feud over Frankie the cat leaves family with 20,000 legal bill after 'foster owner' refuses to hand him back Rosalind Mahoney handed Frankie over to June Allan on what she thought was a temporary basis while her house was being renovatedBut Mrs Allan, 83, has refused to hand the cat back and a judge has ruled in her favour – leaving the Mahoneys distraught | UPDATED: 15:01 GMT, 22 December 2012 The black dot on his nose and his white-socked paws do not single out Frankie as a particularly remarkable cat. So it must be his charm that has led this moggy into the centre of a bitter tug-of-love which ended in a courtroom drama and left one family 20,000 worse off. The extraordinary row, which has set two lifetime animal lovers against each other, began last year when Rosalind Mahoney handed over Frankie to June Allan on what she thought was a temporary basis.

Couple puts up banner warning about "cowboy builder"

Revenge of homeowners on 'cowboy builder': Couple whose house was wrecked make sure whole neighbourhood knows with 12ft bannerFran Ikin and Peter Mortin paid builder 7,000 to craft their dream homeBut they say he left work undone and even put them in dangerCouple wrote 'Dean Watts cowboy builder' on banner outside house | UPDATED: 07:49 GMT, 13 December 2012 A couple furious with the work a builder has done on their home have posted a huge banner outside the house warning locals that he is a 'cowboy'.