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Whiteboards used as Gatwick flight information screens fail21m Updated Whiteboards used as Gatwick flight information screens fail
BBC
Airport staff are having to write flight information on whiteboards as screens go blank.
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1h 6m Social media faces EU fine if terror lingers for an hour
BBC
The European Commission is planning stricter rules for social media companies.
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1h 45m Harsh headlines, failed festivals and, finally, friends: Pokémon Go, two years on
The Guardian
John Hanke, the boss of developer Niantic, is as passionate as ever about getting players outside. And his strategy is working, as seen in the success of this year’s Pokémon Go Fest in Chicago
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Horrifying walking robot terrifies celebs – but it's not all it seems1h 56m Horrifying walking robot terrifies celebs – but it's not all it seems
The Independent
The video has been shared on Twitter by celebrities including Derren Brown and Irvine Welsh
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Bitcoin price - LIVE: Cryptocurrency recovers as analysts predict more gains2h Updated Bitcoin price - LIVE: Cryptocurrency recovers as analysts predict more gains
The Independent
Bitcoin is recovering after reaching close to its lowest price of 2018, which resulted in a cryptocurrency market crash that saw ethereum, ripple and other digital currencies to tumble in value.
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5h Tech giants warn Coalition bill opens customers up to cyber attack
The Guardian
Law to force companies such as Facebook to assist security services in decryption of private data goes too far, peak body says The peak body representing tech giants Facebook, Google, Twitter and Amazon has blasted a Coalition bill that would force them to assist law enforcement agencies in decrypting private communications. The Digital Industry Group Inc has rejected government claims the
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The game changers: meet the creatives shaking up the gaming world29h The game changers: meet the creatives shaking up the gaming world
The Guardian
On the eve of a new exhibition, we talk to six radical designers in an industry that’s evolving at exhilarating speed Just as the kaleidoscopic dramas of Leo Tolstoy’s novel
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Inside the British military base where young hackers learn to stop cybercrime30h Inside the British military base where young hackers learn to stop cybercrime
The Guardian
As part of the Cyber Security Challenge UK, law enforcement agencies are putting ‘cyberdefenders’ through their pacesAt the heart of a police operation to defend Britain from attack by cybercriminals, a 14-year-old boy was honing his skills to thwart hackers linked to a rogue state. Ben Abrahmason was among a group who gathered at a military base in Wiltshire on Friday to counter fictional but sophisticated cyber-attacks.
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Harry Potter wand teaches children to code 18 Aug 7:13pm Harry Potter wand teaches children to code
BBC
A magic wand designed to teach children how to code has been revealed.
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