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James Murdoch favorite to replace Elon Musk as Tesla chairman - report 10 Oct 3:22pm James Murdoch favorite to replace Elon Musk as Tesla chairman - report
The Guardian
Son of media tycoon Rupert Murdoch is the lead candidate to replace the embattled Tesla founder Murdoch media dynasty son James is the favorite to take over the chairmanship of volatile electric-carmaker
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Bitcoin miner sent to prison for stealing electricity from train network in China 10 Oct 1:59pm Bitcoin miner sent to prison for stealing electricity from train network in China
The Independent
Nearly £50,000 worth of cryptocurrency was mined using the stolen power
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BBC News disrupted by software glitch 10 Oct 1:05pm Updated BBC News disrupted by software glitch
BBC
The BBC had to replace live broadcasts with recorded material on its TV news channels for about an hour.
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BBC News channels down: TV station stops working because of 'technical issue' 10 Oct 11:43am BBC News channels down: TV station stops working because of 'technical issue'
The Independent
The BBC's live news channels are broken and can only show pre-recorded shows.
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Google leak reveals secret China plans for censored search engine, prompting protests from employees 10 Oct 9:42am Google leak reveals secret China plans for censored search engine, prompting protests from employees
The Independent
The platform would blacklist words and phrases like 'human rights,' 'Nobel Prize,' and 'student protest,' in order to conform with Chinese laws.
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10 Oct 8:07am Netflix: The signs you might need a break from the site
BBC
A handy guide on the telltale clues you might need a break from the streaming service.
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Red Dead Redemption 2: three hours with the most anticipated game of the year 10 Oct 7:42am Red Dead Redemption 2: three hours with the most anticipated game of the year
The Guardian
Rockstar Games’ upcoming wild west adventure is a step forward for virtual world realism – and a reminder that cowboys, too, had to face up to modernity Left to my own devices with Red Dead Redemption 2 for a few hours, I was expecting to see sweeping open plains interrupted by mesas, dusty frontier towns with swing-door saloons and wary inhabitants, and a gang of crusty outlaws sharing stories around a campfire then riding through the woods on their way to a shootout. This astounding virtual wild west models itself on the classic Hollywood image of that time, the same fantasy as depicted in
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10 Oct 7:37am Brett Kavanaugh website becomes resource for sexual assault victims
The Independent
BrettKavanaugh.com states: 'We believe survivors'
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Google appeals against €4.3bn Android fine 10 Oct 5:18am Google appeals against €4.3bn Android fine
BBC
The company appeals against a fine for allegedly using the Android operating system to cement its dominance.
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10 Oct 5:00am Are you a ‘cyberhoarder’? Five ways to declutter your digital life – from emails to photos
The Guardian
Most of us have an unmanageable amount of data on our devices. But a few easy tweaks could bring it all back under control You have Marie Kondoed your wardrobe, recycled your old newspapers and taken unwanted books to the charity shop. It may feel as if you have succeeded in decluttering your life, but then you turn on your phone or open up your laptop and find a whole load more to tidy up. Sometimes, it gets out of control. Just this week, the snappily named European Problematic Use of the Internet Research Network warned of the dangers of “
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Dyson Airwrap: Vacuum company reveals new tool that uses super-fast motor to style your hair 10 Oct 3:50am Dyson Airwrap: Vacuum company reveals new tool that uses super-fast motor to style your hair
The Independent
It follows the company's popular and expensive hairdryer, and comes as it works on a car
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10 Oct 2:35am Coalition calls on Google and Facebook to get on side with encryption bill
The Guardian
Peter Dutton says the tech giants have a responsibility to help combat organised crime The Morrison government has criticised Silicon Valley’s biggest tech companies for opposing its planned encryption laws, saying the internet giants have a responsibility to help combat organised crime. Peter Dutton, the home affairs minister, says Australia’s law enforcement agencies have been prevented from infiltrating paedophile networks and other organised crime groups because the messages they send over encrypted electronic messaging services, such as Wickr and Whatsapp, cannot be intercepted by authorities.
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Get the picture: the Instagram accounts that post the same photo every day 10 Oct 2:00am Get the picture: the Instagram accounts that post the same photo every day
The Guardian
A host of online accounts are dedicated to posting an identical image every day – from pictures of Bake Off stars to Steve Buscemi. But why? If scrolling through your Instagram feed first thing has become an unavoidable morning ritual, then a posting trend that has recently garnered attention might just make sense to you. Teenagers – and they are by all accounts predominantly teenagers – have for the past couple of years taken to running daily “same picture” accounts, which do exactly as the title suggests. They post one pic and one pic only, the same one, every single day. That picture can be anything from
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Why you have (probably) already bought your last car 9 Oct 7:00pm Why you have (probably) already bought your last car
BBC
A growing number of tech analysts are predicting that in less than 20 years we'll all have stopped owning cars.
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