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1h 11m How did we get so addicted to social media?
The Independent
Feel like you’re always stuck on Facebook or Twitter? Well, that’s how the networks were intentionally built, writes  Like Reply

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9h Welcome to DarkSide – and the inexorable rise of ransomware | John Naughton
The Guardian
The hacking of a US gas pipeline is proof that cybercrime is now a major industry – with its own trading markets and even CSR On Friday 7 May, Colonial, the quaintly named operator of the pipeline that brings 45% of the US east coast’s gasoline and jet fuel from Texas to New York,
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9h Record metals boom may threaten transition to green energy
The Guardian
Demand and prices are soaring for minerals essential to the construction of low-carbon infrastructure The commodities boom ignited by China’s post-Covid recovery, and stoked by the global move to green energy, broke price records last week even as fears about inflation
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11h Tesla in fatal California crash may have been in autopilot mode, officials say
The Guardian
Man, 35, was killed earlier this month when his Tesla Model 3 struck an overturned semi on a freeway A Tesla car involved in a fatal crash on a southern California freeway last week may have been operating on autopilot, according to the California highway patrol. The 5 May crash in Fontana, a city 50 miles east of Los Angeles, is also under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). It is the 29th case involving a Tesla that the federal agency has investigated.
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12h Travel tech: the best gadgets to pack on your holiday this summer
The Guardian
Technology can help make your trip more fun. Here’s a guide to the most useful gear Summer is rapidly approaching and with it the possibility of getting away, whether within the UK or to one of the countries on the green list. It’s 2021 and holidays no longer mean leaving all your worldly possessions behind but your phone, tablet, e-reader, headphones and even your smartwatch all need to be kept ticking. To keep them charged, organised and ready to go, here’s a quick guide to the best tech gear.
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14h Privacy activists are winning fights with tech giants. Why does victory feel hollow? | Evgeny Morozov
The Guardian
Perhaps we wasted energy achieving privacy concessions, when we should have been building a more foundational critique of the power of big tech For privacy activists, 2021 brings one big victory after another. First, Alphabet, the parent company of Google,
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15h My pandemic comfort? Google reviews. They can be as compelling as any TV drama | Louise Benson
The Guardian
The comments aren’t just transactional – they can reveal more about how we connect than the curated feeds of social media Human connection can often be found where you least expect it. Google Maps, started as a straightforward
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16h China space agency successfully lands on Mars after its own ‘seven minutes of terror’
The Independent
US’s Nasa and now China are the only organisations to safely land on the red planet
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