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Thursday

British entrepreneur sells company to Twitter
Nick D'Aloisio previously sold an app to Yahoo when he was only 17 years old.
21.10.2021 - 16:29

Trump to launch new social media platform TRUTH Social
The former US president was banned from Twitter and Facebook following the US Capitol riots.
21.10.2021 - 08:43

Robot artist Ai-Da released by Egyptian border guards
Authorities, who held the robot for 10 days, feared that it may have been hiding covert spy tools.
21.10.2021 - 18:33

Wednesday

Facebook fined a record £50m by UK competition watchdog
The CMA says the social media giant, which also may be changing its name, deliberately broke rules.
20.10.2021 - 13:02

Nearly 45 million received scam calls in three months, Ofcom says
Almost a million people in the UK were misled by calls or messages over the summer.
20.10.2021 - 17:20

Nigerian romance scam suspects targeted 100 women - FBI
Eight Nigerian men are charged in South Africa after an international operation involving Interpol.
20.10.2021 - 18:16

Activision Blizzard: More than 20 staff leave after harassment claims
The video games giant is attempting to repair its reputation following a series of lawsuits.
20.10.2021 - 14:37

Tuesday

Google's Pixel 6 processor brings AI photo features
New AI features such as "magic" photo editing and on-device voice processing come with the new chip.
19.10.2021 - 19:00

Wednesday

Can Online Safety Bill tackle social media abuse of MPs?
After Sir David Amess' death, we look at the detail of the Online Safety Bill and what measures it offers.
20.10.2021 - 01:32

UK to turn old phones into gold
The Royal Mint plans to recycle gold and precious metals from old phones and laptops.
20.10.2021 - 09:49

Tuesday

Facebook settles US worker discrimination claims
The tech giant will pay $14.5m to settle claims it routinely hired foreign instead of US workers.
19.10.2021 - 22:02

Schools warned over facial recognition systems
Biometric data is being used by some schools to allow pupils to make contactless lunch payments.
19.10.2021 - 16:50

Wednesday

Squid Game helps Netflix subscriptions pick up
The streaming giant added 4.4 million new users in the third quarter as foreign language shows continued to fly.
20.10.2021 - 16:55

DNA: How genes could affect our mind and body
Decode Genetics is researching how genetics shape our bodies, our minds and our personalities.
20.10.2021 - 09:44

Tuesday

Discovery Tour Viking Age: Can video games teach history?
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has been adapted for use in schools for teaching about the Vikings.
19.10.2021 - 18:12

Monday

Can driving data help make our roads safer?
Sensors in cars and on lampposts are used to spot erratic driving and locate dangerous hotspots.
18.10.2021 - 11:30

Friday

Sea-like robots float at Tate Modern and other tech news
Jen Copestake looks at the best of the week's technology news stories.
15.10.2021 - 13:47

Microsoft Chief Digital Officer tops Powerlist
The Powerlist 2022 recognises the most powerful people of African and African Caribbean heritage in the UK.
15.10.2021 - 01:24

Tuesday

The battle to make lighter life-saving body armour
New materials are making body armour lighter but nanotechnology could provide a breakthrough.
19.10.2021 - 01:12

Monday

I get abuse and threats online - why can't it be stopped?
Online abuse against women is on the rise, but why aren't the police, government and social media sites doing more to stop it?
18.10.2021 - 01:56

You may be able to book a flying taxi within three years
Firms are racing to bring flying taxis and the mini-airports they need into service.
18.10.2021 - 01:06

Tuesday

Why does the internet keep breaking?
Outages of Facebook and its family of apps now lead to significant disruption for firms worldwide
12.10.2021 - 01:00

Friday

Why giant turbines are pushing the limits of possibility
Huge wind turbines are pushing the limits of what ports and installation vessels can handle.
15.10.2021 - 01:40

Monday

Silenced no more: A new era of tech whistleblowing?
Frances Haugen's Facebook leaks and the new Silenced No More Act may help others to come forward.
11.10.2021 - 14:56

Friday

How tech could help spot disasters before they happen
How technology could help the insurance industry spot potential disasters before they occur.
08.10.2021 - 01:17

Monday

The classic cars being converted to electric vehicles
Historic cars are being retrofitted with recycled electric motors and batteries.
04.10.2021 - 01:02