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Bitcoin price - latest updates: Cryptocurrency returns to form42m Updated Bitcoin price - latest updates: Cryptocurrency returns to form
The Independent
The value of the digital currency has shifted wildly over recent weeks. This article is being regularly updated with the latest changes
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44m Updated Bitcoin price – live updates: Cryptocurrency value bounces back
The Independent
The price of bitcoin rose more than twenty-fold in 2017, generating huge amounts of interest in the cryptocurrency.
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10h Matt Hancock: schools across the UK should ban mobile phones
The Guardian
The culture secretary who heads up the digital brief says tech makes parenting harder The culture secretary has called on more schools to ban
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Rural residents hang up on mobile banking, regulator finds10h Rural residents hang up on mobile banking, regulator finds
BBC
Fewer than a quarter of those living in rural areas use a smartphone for banking, regulator finds.
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Facebook ordered to explain deleted profile16h Facebook ordered to explain deleted profile
BBC
The social network has been ordered by a UK judge to reveal who told it to delete the profile of a jazz musician
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16h Updated World Cup streaming: Sites hosting live games online could be danger to football fans who watch them
The Independent
Websites with links to feeds for football matches can sometimes be risky
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Google Translate: How does the search giant's multilingual interpreter actually work?18h Google Translate: How does the search giant's multilingual interpreter actually work?
The Independent
Silicon Valley giant's popular service now boasts more than 500m daily users worldwide and offers 103 languages
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19h Facebook campaign to reunite families torn apart by US immigration policy raises millions
The Independent
'This is such a profound rejection of the cruel policies of this administration'
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Busy Britons are suffering from 'gadget confusion', study claims19h Busy Britons are suffering from 'gadget confusion', study claims
The Independent
Millions admit they are baffled by number of buttons, symbols and switches on devices
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20h The 14 best video games of E3 2018
The Guardian
From samurai to cyberpunk via ancient Greece, here are the most exciting games from the 100-plus on offer at this year’s expo An expansive third-person action game set on foreign planets, Anthem rides the coattails of Destiny, The Division and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, and promises wide multiplayer support that will continue long after it launches . At first glance it looks a lot like Destiny, with four players in mech exosuits blasting away at space creatures with rifles, pulse cannons, grenades and missiles. There’s a touch of
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20h World cup streaming: Online live streams of games break Super Bowl record
The Independent
More football fans watch matches over the internet than ever before
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The $300 system in the fight against illegal images22h The $300 system in the fight against illegal images
BBC
The owner of an image hosting platform is fighting back against illegal material with a low-budget solution.
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22h Amazon Echo comes to Marriott hotels
BBC
Marriott says digital assistant Alexa will be installed in some of its US properties.
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Google AI can predict when people will die with '95 per cent accuracy'22h Google AI can predict when people will die with '95 per cent accuracy'
The Independent
Medical Brain uses artificial intelligence algorithm to predict the likelihood of death of hospital patients
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Campaign volunteers hit with obscene images after sending texts22h Campaign volunteers hit with obscene images after sending texts
The Guardian
As peer-to-peer messaging becomes a popular campaign tool, volunteers face a new danger – unwanted replies Campaign volunteers have always faced certain hazards when they go out and engage in democracy. For phone bankers, there are hang ups; for canvassers, a door slammed in the face. But as more campaigns turn to peer-to-peer texting as an efficient and effective form of contacting voters, a new danger has arisen: unsolicited dick pics.
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Tesla chief Elon Musk accuses worker of sabotage24h Tesla chief Elon Musk accuses worker of sabotage
BBC
Tesla chief Elon Musk says an employee carried out "extensive and damaging sabotage".
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Apple fined for misleading customers in Australia 18 Jun 10:33pm Apple fined for misleading customers in Australia
BBC
The company breached consumer law by refusing to fix devices once serviced by third parties.
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Man 1, machine 1: landmark debate between AI and humans ends in draw 18 Jun 10:00pm Man 1, machine 1: landmark debate between AI and humans ends in draw
The Guardian
IBM shows off Project Debater, artificial intelligence project designed to make coherent arguments as it processes vast data sets It was man 1, machine 1 in the first live, public debate between an artificial intelligence system developed by IBM and two human debaters. The AI, called Project Debater, appeared on stage in a packed conference room at IBM’s San Francisco office embodied in a 6ft tall black panel with a blue, animated “mouth”. It was a looming presence alongside the human debaters Noa Ovadia and Dan Zafrir, who stood behind a podium nearby.
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Apple fined $9m for misleading Australian customers with faulty iPhones and iPads 18 Jun 8:46pm Apple fined $9m for misleading Australian customers with faulty iPhones and iPads
The Guardian
Consumer watchdog took tech giant to court over complaints about repair and replacement Apple has been slapped with a $9m fine by the federal court for making false or misleading claims to customers with faulty iPhones and iPads. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission launched legal action in April 2017, claiming Apple had misled consumers about their warranty rights by routinely refusing to inspect or fix faulty devices without charge if they had been repaired by a third party.
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AI for animals 18 Jun 7:52pm AI for animals
BBC
University researchers are using deep neural networks to study wildlife and enhance conservation.
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18 Jun 7:01pm Feeling the heat?
BBC
As demand for air conditioning goes through the roof, what are the implications for our planet?
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