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11 Jan 8:20am CES 2019: from beer tech to a banned sex toy – 10 standout gadgets
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Also unveiled in Las Vegas: the world’s first rollable TV and Alexa for your toilet The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas revealed what the tech world has in store for us this year. From the spectacular to the controversial – as well as some total tosh – here are 10 of the most memorable new products unveiled at CES 2019 last week.
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11 Jan 7:31am Fortnite and the Floss: Chips with Everything podcast
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Jordan Erica Webber looks at why a rapper, an actor and a teenage viral sensation have launched lawsuits against Epic Games for allegedly making money off their dance moves Fortnite Battle Royale has been a runaway success, so much so that it has brought in more than $1bn, and has broken into mainstream culture in a way few video games do. But towards the end of 2018, the game became the subject of some controversy as people started to sue its creator, Epic Games, for
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11 Jan 7:27am Poland arrests Huawei employee on allegations of spying for China
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Polish national is also being held, risking further tension between China and the west Poland has arrested a Chinese employee of Huawei and a Polish national involved in cyber-business on allegations of spying, Polish state media reports, deepening the controversy over western criticism of the Chinese telecoms equipment maker.
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11 Jan 5:57am The internet, but not as we know it: life online in China, Russia, Cuba and India
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More than half of the world’s population in now online, but that does not mean we are all seeing the same thing. Internet experience can vary enormously depending on where you live, from being filtered by the government to being delivered by post. Scroll through these four examples of
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11 Jan 5:05am Facebook rolls out fact-checking operation to UK
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Social network brings in independent charity in attempt to tackle misinformation Facebook’s fact-checking operation is launching in the UK, with independent fact-checking charity Full Fact selected to be the first British publisher to review and rate the accuracy of content on the social network. Posts, links and videos that have been flagged as false will be marked as such to users, and people will be warned if a post they are about to share has been found to be false – but they will not be stopped from sharing or reading any content, false or not.
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11 Jan 5:00am Experience: I lost $1m on bitcoin
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I got caught up in the hype – and then the bubble burst Until 2016, I ran an advertising agency in London. At our peak, we were highly successful; I had a team of 35 people, a £3m turnover and a Covent Garden office. When the agency folded, I decided to invest in bitcoin.
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10 Jan 9:01pm Google board tried to cover up sexual misconduct, shareholders allege
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Alphabet directors provided big severance packages to accused executives to keep their conduct quiet, lawsuit says Alphabet’s board of directors approved outsize severance packages for Google executives accused of sexual harassment in order to cover up a culture of misconduct, a shareholder lawsuit filed Thursday alleged. Minutes from board meetings obtained by attorneys for the shareholder reveal the personal involvement of Alphabet directors in behavior that has harmed the company, the plaintiff’s attorneys Ann Ravel, Louise Renne and Frank Bottini said at a press conference.
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