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Rise in nude photos sent to phones on public transport8h Rise in nude photos sent to phones on public transport
BBC
BBC Minute's Ione Wells investigates the rising trend of 'cyber-flashing' where naked photos are being sent by strangers to people's phones.
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9h Oracle systematically underpaid thousands of women, lawsuit says
The Guardian
Class action alleges female workers were paid average of $13,000 less per year than men doing similar jobs Thousands of women were systematically underpaid at Oracle, one of Silicon Valley’s largest corporations, according to a new class-action complaint that details claims of pervasive wage discrimination. A lawsuit filed in California on Friday seeks to represent more than 4,200 women and alleges that female employees were paid on average $13,000 less per year than men doing similar work. An analysis of payroll data found disparities with an “extraordinarily high degree of statistical significance”, the complaint said. Women made 3.8% less in base salaries on average than men in the same job categories, 13.2% less in bonuses, and 33.1% less in stock value, it alleges.
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13h WhatsApp update brings brand new stickers and other features to messaging app
The Independent
Latest update for Android and iOS integrates third-party keyboards
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Are these the faces of the future?13h Are these the faces of the future?
BBC
Are these the faces of the future? It's clear these robots are no ordinary machines.
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Zimbabwe blocks Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter amid crackdown14h Zimbabwe blocks Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter amid crackdown
BBC
A coalition of human rights groups says at least 12 people have been killed in a week of protests.
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15h Donald Trump ordering Twitter followers to commit murder may not be grounds for ban, Jack Dorsey says
The Independent
Trump's inciteful tweets have previously provoked calls for a ban for violating Twitter's rules
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16h Japan launches satellite to create artificial meteor shower
The Independent
JAXA's Epsilon-4 rocket carries satellite developed by Astro Live Experiences that will deliver display above Hiroshima
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Zimbabwe cuts internet indefinitely amid violent crackdown19h Zimbabwe cuts internet indefinitely amid violent crackdown
BBC
At least three people have been killed and 600 people arrested over protests against new fuel prices.
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19h Facebook employees give Facebook Portal 5-star reviews on Amazon
The Independent
'I have historically not been a big Facebook or other social media user, but I took a chance and got 4 Portals and 1 Portal plus for the family,' one suspected employee wrote in his review
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Twitter warns that private tweets were public for years21h Twitter warns that private tweets were public for years
BBC
A security flaw meant many private messages were readable for years said Twitter.
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22h Samsung Galaxy S10 pictured on a bus in South Korea
The Independent
A worker for the South Korean technology giant appears to have accidentally leaked the latest flagship smartphone
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23h Netflix shows Bird Box and Elite drive subscriber growth
BBC
The streaming giant says the subscriber growth reflects the success of its original programmes.
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26h Can a computer be creative? Chips with Everything podcast
The Guardian
In our latest collaboration, Jordan Erica Webber teams up with Ian Sample of the Guardian’s Science Weekly podcast to look at why artwork produced using AI is forcing us to confront how we define creativity In October 2018, the British auction house
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Netflix boosts subscriber numbers to nearly 140 million 17 Jan 7:28pm Netflix boosts subscriber numbers to nearly 140 million
BBC
The streaming firm gained 8.8 million customers in the quarter that ended in December.
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17 Jan 7:03pm Virtual cities: Designing the metropolises of the future
BBC
How 3D software supercharged with real-time data can simulate complex designs before they're built.
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