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OnePlus aims to go mainstream as it launches its 'iPhone killer' to the world3h OnePlus aims to go mainstream as it launches its 'iPhone killer' to the world
The Independent
It's famous as the best phone you've never heard of. But not OnePlus wants to be truly famous
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4h Pict warriors and balloon-headed clowns: the 11 best games on Xbox One
The Guardian
From the thrills of Forza Horizon and cartoon antics of Cuphead to the horrors of Hellblade, here are the Xbox One games everyone should play Explore an astonishingly beautiful re-creation of Britain in an impressive roster of cars, taking in everything from rally racing in the Lake District to street races in a wintry Edinburgh. The ultimate driving game on Xbox One (or anywhere).
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Robot soldiers and 'enhanced' humans will fight future wars, defence experts say11h Robot soldiers and 'enhanced' humans will fight future wars, defence experts say
The Independent
Ministry of Defence report suggests technological advances will see new frontiers for warfare opening up in space and cyberspace
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What next for photography in the age of Instagram?26h What next for photography in the age of Instagram?
The Guardian
In our image-propelled social media era, some photographers fear for the future of the art, while others are galvanised by it. As technology increasingly shapes how we see and share the world, how is photography changing in response? In 2012, I wrote
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Truly, madly, tweetly: Tanya Gold’s other life online28h Truly, madly, tweetly: Tanya Gold’s other life online
The Guardian
Journalist Tanya Gold has had a serious Facebook and Twitter habit for years. As she scrolls down through thousands of old posts, what does she discover about herself? There is a photograph of me, on Twitter, with Jimmy Savile. I put my name into Twitter, searching idly, and there it is. The photo was taken about 10 years ago. We are at his flat in Leeds. He is in an executive chair, expansive, talking rubbish. I am on the sofa, much younger and thinner, with my “interested” face on. I wore my interested face because I knew he had a secret and I hoped he would share it. He didn’t, of course, although I left that ghastly flat fairly certain he hated women. I look at it now and think – at least there isn’t a photograph of me wearing his shoes on Twitter. Which I did. I have no idea why. Perhaps it was boredom. I have two internet selves that I create personally, sporadically and with a fair amount of despair. I have
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29h Eco-pioneers in the 1970s: how aerospace workers tried to save their jobs – and the planet
The Guardian
A new documentary recalls the extraordinary but largely forgotten Lucas Plan, which saw British workers attempt to make wind turbines instead of weaponsIt was 1974. A new Labour government had come to power on the promise of defence cuts. Swingeing job losses were soon to follow. Desperate workers at one Birmingham factory – Lucas Aerospace – fought to save their livelihoods, not by downing tools but by transforming from weapons-makers into one of Britain’s first eco-manufacturers, with early designs for wind turbines and hybrid cars. The extraordinary story of what became known as the “
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MP urges police to investigate data misuse by leave campaigners30h MP urges police to investigate data misuse by leave campaigners
The Guardian
Damian Collins says Scotland Yard must explain its failure to look into potential crimes committed by three pro-Brexit groups A senior Conservative MP has demanded that Scotland Yard urgently explain why it has not opened a criminal investigation into three pro-Brexit campaigns that the Electoral Commission found had broken the law. Damian Collins, chair of the Commons committee investigating the illegal use of data during the EU referendum, told the
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Shitty Media Men list: lawyer wants to expose women who contributed30h Shitty Media Men list: lawyer wants to expose women who contributed
The Guardian
Andrew Miltenberg, lawyer for writer Stephen Elliott, says Kavanaugh hearings make case ‘more relevant than ever’ Stephen Elliott, a writer and film-maker who claims his life was ruined after his name appeared on the “Shitty Media Men” list that circulated online last year, is now making moves to identify the spreadsheet’s anonymous contributors. In
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Social media moderators: Blur your eyes 13 Oct 9:26pm Social media moderators: Blur your eyes
BBC
Why one content moderator couldn't shake hands for three years after she left her job.
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