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2h Major mobile operators outshone by smaller rivals
BBC
GiffGaff, Tesco Mobile and Sky Mobile score highest on the Which? annual customer survey.
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3h Shopping in 10 minutes: The new supermarket battleground
BBC
A raft of app-based delivery systems now promise to bring you your groceries almost instantly.
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6h SpaceX launch: Robot dogs patrol Starship SN15 base ahead of pivotal test
The Independent
Latest high-altitude flight test of Mars-bound craft set to take place on Thursday or Friday
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6h Tesla to be probed by Senate over fatal ‘autopilot’ crash
The Independent
Elon Musk denies Autopilot was in use in Tesla Model S when it crashed in Texas
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7h Call of Duty: Warzone goes back to the 1980s
BBC
The much-anticipated third season is released, resetting the title to a 1980s-based storyline.
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8h Updated iPad Pro: How Apple made its new tablet – and what exactly it is
The Independent
In an exclusive interview, the company’s marketing and hardware chiefs explain the creation of the tablet – and why they don’t want you to call it that
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8h Frank: MyPillow CEO’s pro-Trump social network breaks immediately upon launch
The Independent
The CEO claimed the website is undergoing cyberattack, but this has not been confirmed
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8h Signal booby-traps its own encrypted messaging app to hack its hackers
The Independent
Signal found hacking company Cellebrite’s hardware tools in a ‘truly unbelievable coincidence’
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9h Taiwan authorities look into Apple supplier hack
BBC
Unreleased Apple product blueprints claimed to be among hackers' haul.
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9h World’s first wooden satellite set to launch in 2021 in test of environmentally-friendly space exploration
The Independent
WISA Woodsat will come equipped with an extendible selfie stick to take pictures of itself
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10h Ethereum price hits new record all-time high amid crypto market ‘perfect storm’
The Independent
Market analysts say the cryptocurrency is showing signs of ‘de-coupling from bitcoin’
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10h Signal slams Cellebrite security company over alleged security holes
BBC
Messaging-app Signal's boss alleges a wave of embarrassing errors in a rival company's software.
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11h Old stars are not behaving as expected, scientists say
The Independent
Old stars are spinning more quickly than we had expected, scientists say.
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12h Updated Nasa Mars helicopter Ingenuity flies across surface for the first time
The Independent
Nasa has flown a helicopter across another planet for the first time.
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13h Updated Jaguar Land Rover to suspend output due to chip shortage
BBC
Britain's biggest carmaker to suspend output at two factories because of global semiconductor shortage.
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13h iOS 15: Major iPhone software update will change how notifications and home screen works, report claims
The Independent
An upcoming update to Apple’s iOS will change how its notifications and home screen works, according to a new report.
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14h Updated MI5 joins Instagram to bust martini-drinking stereotypes
BBC
The service's first post says the secret to successful spying is to "consider all angles".
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14h Russia is building its own space station as Nasa replaces Roscosmos with SpaceX
The Independent
SpaceX has made Roscosmos “null and void”, according to one Russian space expert
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16h Scientists see ‘extreme’ flare coming from our closest solar system
The Independent
Scientists have seen an extreme and violent flare coming from our neighbouring solar system.
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18h Updated Elon Musk’s SpaceX ‘close call’ crash suddenly becomes much more mysterious
The Independent
SpaceX claims OneWeb was ‘demonstrably inaccurate’ as satellites passed over 1000 meters - not 60 - from each other
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18h The One and Only Ivan: How we brought the animals to life
BBC
MPC's animation director and VFX supervisor explain how they made the film's effects.
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18h How bad are NFTs for the environment?
The Independent
Early estimations of the carbon footprint for the average NFT suggest it is equivalent to the monthly footprint of someone living in the EU
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19h Updated Starship SN15 launch: SpaceX evacuates village ahead of major test
The Independent
‘There is a risk that a malfunction of the SpaceX vehicle during these activities will create an overpressure event that can break windows,’ alert notice warns
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20h Gadgets should make life easier. So why can’t I turn on this no-touch tap? | Adrian Chiles
The Guardian
Technology can change the world for the better – or make it weirdly complicated, as I learned from my parents’ new car and an attempt to quench my thirst
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25h Apple and Google ‘hold data hostage’ and stifle competition, Senate told
The Guardian
Spotify, Tile and Match aired their grievances against the companies at a Senate antitrust hearing Apple and Google “hold data hostage” from small apps and force competitors to pay high commissions, stifling their ability to compete, a number of companies said in a US Senate hearing on Wednesday. The hearing before the Senate antitrust committee offered a rare opportunity for smaller competitors – including Spotify, Tile and Match – to air their grievances against the tech behemoths before lawmakers. Representatives for the companies spoke about their experiences within Google and Apple’s app stores, where they claim to be subjected to high fees and copycat behavior.
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26h Met Office and Microsoft to build climate supercomputer
BBC
The Met Office will work with Microsoft on a supercomputer which will help model climate change.
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