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Laurel or Yanny explained: why do some people hear a different word? 17 May 2:13pm Laurel or Yanny explained: why do some people hear a different word?
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Original audio clip comes from vocabulary.com and features voice repeating one word – but which one do you hear? A short audio clip of a computer-generated voice has become the most divisive subject on the internet since the
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17 May 1:21pm Tesla confirms autopilot involved in Utah crash but seeks to blame driver
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Company confirms its technology failed to stop collision on same day US traffic safety watchdog opens investigation into crash A Tesla car was driving in “autopilot” mode when it crashed into a stopped firetruck in Utah, the company said in a report to police that repeatedly cast blame on the driver, not its semi-autonomous driving system. The confirmation that the vehicle’s technology failed to prevent it from colliding with a stopped object in its path came the same day that the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
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Laurel or Yanny debate explained: why do some people hear a different word? 17 May 10:37am Laurel or Yanny debate explained: why do some people hear a different word?
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Original audio clip comes from vocabulary.com and features voice repeating one word – but which one do you hear? A short audio clip of a computer-generated voice has become the most divisive subject on the internet since the
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How can I stop an unexpected Windows 10 update? 17 May 7:05am How can I stop an unexpected Windows 10 update?
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Celia’s working day was almost ruined after she was caught out by an enforced update. Can she stop it happening again? Yesterday, I intended to take my laptop to visit a client, but when I was about to set off, yup, I couldn’t turn it off without allowing Microsoft to do its upgrades. We all know how long that takes, and I had a train to catch, so I ended up having to wing the whole presentation.
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YouTube to launch new music streaming service 17 May 6:26am YouTube to launch new music streaming service
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YouTube Music, which will replace Google Play Music, is due to launch on 22 May and will rival Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal
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Cyberlaundering: from ghost Uber rides to gibberish on Amazon 17 May 4:45am Cyberlaundering: from ghost Uber rides to gibberish on Amazon
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Digital laundering funds terror and will ‘double by 2020’ – and the UN’s anti-crime chief says it must be tackled “We all have a stake in stopping cybercrime, which also enables so many other crimes, from human trafficking and migrant smuggling to trafficking in drugs, illicit firearms and wildlife, and money laundering,”
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Cyberlaundering funds terror and floods internet with fake transactions 17 May 2:00am Cyberlaundering funds terror and floods internet with fake transactions
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Digital laundering is expected to double by 2020 with rise of cashless society and UN anti-crime chief says it must be tackled “We all have a stake in stopping cybercrime, which also enables so many other crimes, from human trafficking and migrant smuggling to trafficking in drugs, illicit firearms and wildlife, and money laundering,”
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17 May 1:00am Microsoft to launch disability-friendly Xbox controller
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The Xbox adaptive controller features two large buttons for hands, elbows or feet, as well as 19 ports to accommodate extra devices including mouth-operated ‘sip and puff’ quadsticks Microsoft is launching a new Xbox controller, developed to meet the needs of people with disabilities. Set for release later this year, the Xbox adaptive controller is a customisable device intended to support a wide range of needs and disabilities, making video games more accessible. It will retail for $99 (£73.50) and will be sold worldwide via Microsoft digital stores.
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Laurel or Yanny debate: why do some people hear a different word? 16 May 8:41pm Laurel or Yanny debate: why do some people hear a different word?
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Original audio clip comes from vocabulary.com and features voice repeating one word – but which one do you hear? A short audio clip of a computer-generated voice has become the most divisive subject on the internet since the
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Facebook tweak bars undocumented immigrants from buying political ads 16 May 8:26pm Facebook tweak bars undocumented immigrants from buying political ads
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Policy change designed to help verify identity has sparked a backlash by inadvertently excluding undocumented Americans
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