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7 Oct 3:15pm MacOS Catalina: Apple releases new Mac update that kills iTunes and brings variety of new features
The Independent
Host of new apps imported from the iPad – which can now also be used as an extra display
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7 Oct 1:26pm Fortnite lawsuit: Epic Games hired psychologists to make game 'very, very addictive'
The Independent
Lawyer claims video game maker made Fortnite 'as addictive as possible'
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7 Oct 12:12pm Facebook Libra loses PayPal support in 'huge blow' for cryptocurrency
The Independent
Mastercard and Visa also rumoured to be reevaluating their involvement in controversial currency
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7 Oct 9:00am Amazon launches Kindle e-reader aimed at children
The Guardian
New 6in Kindle Kids Edition comes with 1,000 books, word-building tools and parental controls Amazon has launched a new version of its popular Kindle e-reader aimed at children, which comes bundled with more than 1,000 age-appropriate books. The new £99 Kindle Kids Edition is a special variant of Amazon’s latest, cheapest
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7 Oct 8:57am Apple approves Hong Kong protest location app
BBC
The firm had said the app, which shows protesters where the police are, "enabled illegal activity".
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7 Oct 3:15am YouTube terminates Addy A-Game and Street Attraction channels
BBC
Hundreds of online videos are removed for breaking rules on nudity and sexual conduct after a BBC investigation.
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7 Oct 2:00am iPhone 11 Pro: the best small phone available
The Guardian
A cracking camera, great screen and 32-hour battery life – but at an eye-watering price Apple’s iPhone has gone “pro” for its 11th iteration, with dramatically improved cameras and longer battery life, which make the smaller iPhone 11 Pro the king of more manageable phones. Costing from £1,049 the iPhone 11 Pro is one of a rare breed: a premium flagship smartphone that doesn’t have a ginormous screen and is therefore small by today’s standards.
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7 Oct 1:55am How death threats spread in pro- and anti-Brexit Facebook groups
BBC
A BBC investigation found multiple violent comments and images, many aimed at individual MPs.
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7 Oct 1:00am The Lovelace effect: Chips with Everything podcast
The Guardian
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6 Oct 10:00pm The strange world of TikTok: viral videos and Chinese censorship – podcast
The Guardian
UK technology editor Alex Hern joins Anushka Asthana to discuss the Chinese-owned social network that is growing its user base with shareable short videos set to catchy soundtracks. But is it also being used as a tool of Chinese foreign policy? Plus: Marie Le Conte on the role of political gossip It’s the wildly successful Chinese-owned video-sharing app that is taking on the likes of Snapchat and Instagram. Its users share short videos, 15 to 60 seconds long, usually set to music or film dialogue. But its success comes with worries that it is being used to advance Chinese foreign policy aims and even export censorship. The Guardian’s
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