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Fortnite Season 6: Leaks hint at cube fate and give sneak peak ahead of release date53m Fortnite Season 6: Leaks hint at cube fate and give sneak peak ahead of release date
The Independent
Teaser for Fortnite: Battle Royale gives players an idea of what to expect in terms of skins, challenges and updates to the map
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Facebook's new smart home camera uses AI to follow you around the room4h Facebook's new smart home camera uses AI to follow you around the room
The Independent
The release of Portal was delayed following the Cambridge Analytica data scandal
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6h World to be hit by scam-call epidemic as phones barraged with fake 'robocalls'
The Independent
Am explosion of fraudulent calls mean people are now conditioned to not answer the phone if they do not know who is calling
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3D-printed gun pioneer in jail on sex assault charge8h 3D-printed gun pioneer in jail on sex assault charge
BBC
Cody Wilson is in prison in Houston after being charged with the sexual assault of an under-age girl.
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11h Women seeking sperm donor online harassed
BBC
One woman says a potential donor turned out to be married and had undergone a vasectomy.
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11h Weight Watchers plans tech rebrand to take on wellness industry
The Guardian
Under the name WW the US-listed firm hopes to broaden its appeal as diets begin to wane Weight Watchers will from next month ditch its name and rebrand as “WW” as it takes on competition from fitness trackers and phone apps and attempts to remould itself as a lifestyle tech brand. Behind the relaunch is concern that the long-term effectiveness of diet plans is on the wane, while health and wellness are now in vogue. The US-listed firm
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From superheroes to soap operas: five ways video game stories are changing forever13h From superheroes to soap operas: five ways video game stories are changing forever
The Guardian
The narrative designers behind Witcher 3, Alien Isolation and Destiny chat about bodies, comics and the future of video game story-telling Ten years ago, there was a revolution in the way video games told stories. Games such as
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Labour vows to rein in academies and scrap free schools21h Labour vows to rein in academies and scrap free schools
The Guardian
Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner to reveal plan to axe free schools in proposed education reforms Labour would scrap free schools and gradually bring academies under greater local democratic control as part of a plan to unwind Conservative education reforms that it says have created a legacy of “fragmentation and privatisation”. The new policy will be unveiled by Angela Rayner at the Labour party conference on Monday, the first time that the shadow education secretary has presented her own structural reform plan in her two years in the job.
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24h Ban anonymous accounts, Angela Rayner tells social media firms
The Guardian
Shadow education secretary says most people who abuse her online do so without using their real names Angela Rayner
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Japan's space rovers send pictures back after first ever successful landing on asteroid31h Japan's space rovers send pictures back after first ever successful landing on asteroid
The Independent
'I cannot find words to express how happy I am that we were able to realise mobile exploration on the surface of an asteroid,' says project leader
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How Charlottesville forced Reddit to clean up its act32h How Charlottesville forced Reddit to clean up its act
The Guardian
The use by white supremacists of Reddit to organise last year’s violent rally in Virginia was a catalyst for change at the digital giant. In an extract from her new book We Are the Nerds, Christine Lagorio-Chafkin looks at how the site has tried to detoxify itself As the clock ticked up to 9pm on Friday 11 August 2017, more than 200 men snaked down a dark, long expanse of grass in Charlottesville, Virginia, called Nameless Field. The assembled group was abundantly white, and almost uniformly dressed in pressed khakis and polo shirts. Each man grasped a wooden torch filled with kerosene. They formed a column, lined up two by two. They lit their torches. Organisers, wearing earpieces, paced up and down the line issuing directions, amplified by electric bullhorn. “Now! Now! Go!” the bullhorns ordered. The men marched, and began to chant. “Blood and soil!” they yelled, echoing Nazi ideology. “Jews will not replace us! Jews will not replace us!”
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Let’s hear it for wasps36h Let’s hear it for wasps
The Guardian
We see the upside of bees, while batting away their buzzing cousins, but there are important reasons to treasure themWasps may buzz, sting us and annoy us, but they’re far more useful than we realise.
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