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Citroën C5 Aircross: ‘An SUV that’s determined to smooth out your drive’ | Martin Love
Posted on Sunday May 19, 2019

A uniquely effective suspension means this easy-going family car will cope with all of life’s little bumps

Citroën C5 Aircross
0-62mph 10.5 seconds
Top speed 117mph
MPG 44.2
CO2 118g/km

In these bruisingly divisive times, there is one thing, at least, that we can agree on: potholes. “Craters”, as the tabloids call them, are a source of neverending dismay for drivers and cyclists. According to the Asphalt Industry Alliance, almost 1.7m potholes were filled in England and Wales last year – an astonishing one every 19 seconds. Sadly, the gaping cavern I have to swerve round each morning has so far evaded their attentions. And with all this rain, it’s now become a water feature. Green Flag estimates that dropping into potholes causes our cars an average of £230 per year on repairs – mostly to tyres and suspension.

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Pressure mounts on Google to pull ads for anti-abortion clinics that 'deceive women'
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

‘Appalled’ Democrat urges action after Guardian revealed Google has given $150,000 in free ads to opaque anti-abortion group

Google is facing pressure in Washington to immediately remove online advertisements for “fake medical clinics” that are designed to “mislead” women who are seeking an abortion.

Related: Google has given $150,000 in free ads to deceptive anti-abortion group

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Grumpy Cat dies aged seven: 'Some days are grumpier than others'
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

Internet’s No 1 cat, with a face that launched a thousand gifs, expires in Arizona

The greatest frown in town: Grumpy Cat – a life in pictures

Grumpy Cat – the most famous cat on the internet, whose downturned mouth and unimpressed expression was the universal digital shorthand for displeasure – has died.

The seven-year-old cat, real name Tardar Sauce or Tard, became one of the internet’s first “petfluencers” after gaining fame online for her perpetually gloomy gaze, launching an empire worth millions. She died in the arms of her owner, Tabatha Bundesen, in Phoenix, Arizona, on Tuesday morning after complications from a urinary tract infection.

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Pixel 3a XL review: the cheaper Google phone to buy
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

Great camera, top software, OK battery and performance, in a plastic body that’s a bit too wide

With a price-tag of £469, the Pixel 3a XL tries to offer the best of Google, but costing £400 less than its top-end sibling

The bigger brother of Google’s other lower-cost phone, the Pixel 3a, the new Pixel 3a XL offers the same winning combination of great camera and software. It offers practically everything that makes Google’s top £869 Pixel 3 XL good, shrunk in both cost and weight.

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Huawei poses security threat to UK, says former MI6 chief
Posted on Thursday May 16, 2019

Report calling for 5G ban in UK comes as Netherlands said to be investigating Huawei espionage

Huawei should be completely banned from supplying 5G mobile networks in the UK because its operations are “subject to influence by the Chinese state”, according to a report by a Conservative MP and two academics.

They argue that a decision announced by Theresa May last month, after a fraught meeting of the National Security Council (NSC), to allow Huawei to supply “non-core” equipment should be overturned because using the company’s technology presents “risks”.

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WhatsApp hack: have I been affected and what should I do?
Posted on Tuesday May 14, 2019

Time to make sure WhatsApp is updated on your iPhone, Android or Windows device

Users are being urged to update their WhatsApp smartphone apps immediately because of a security bug that allows hackers to take over your phone by simply calling it, whether or not you answer.

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My data security is better than yours: tech CEOs throw shade in privacy wars
Posted on Thursday May 09, 2019

Apple, Google and Facebook are racing to embrace the latest buzzword, and taking swipes at each other in the process

“Privacy cannot be a luxury good offered only to people who can afford to buy premium products and services,” declared Sundar Pichai, the chief executive officer of Google, in a New York Times op-ed this week. “Privacy must be equally available to everyone in the world.”

Pichai’s column, published in conjunction with Google’s annual developer conference, was a two-pronged public relations offensive: an attempt by the company that has been one of the chief architects and primary beneficiaries of digital surveillance to wrap itself in the mantle of privacy, while simultaneously taking a swipe at one of its competitors.

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Sidestepping Apple: the third-party tinkerers fighting for your right to repair
Posted on Wednesday May 08, 2019

Online repair communities are spreading repair knowledge online to place power back in the hands of consumers

When Jessa Jones’s twin daughters flushed her iPhone 4S down the toilet, she decided that she was going to fix it herself. She took the toilet apart in her backyard, retrieved the device, and then searched online for how to make it turn on again. On DIY fix-it forums, she was informed that the first step was to replace the battery. She did this with relative ease, but the phone wouldn’t charge, which suggested that the water had also seeped into the phone’s motherboard.

For most, this would mean giving up and going to the Apple store. But Jones was determined. She had no experience working with electronics but by trawling through online tutorials, she taught herself how to use a soldering iron and replace microscopic components inside the phone. She eventually succeeded and got the device working again.

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Uber-rich: the wealthy people who will get even wealthier from IPO
Posted on Thursday May 09, 2019

Ride-hailing app valued at $80bn, below its initial target – but it will still make billions for some early investors

Uber on Thursday priced its shares at $45 each on its Wall Street debut, valuing the company at a disappointing $82bn.

While its value could rise on the first day of trading, the figure is well below Uber’s initial $100bn target as investors got the jitters about the lacklustre performance of the float staged by its rival Lyft in March.

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Inside Facebook's war room: the battle to protect EU elections
Posted on Sunday May 05, 2019

The social media firm is deleting billions of fake accounts as it takes on a torrent of fake news, disinformation and hate speech

Less than three years ago, Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, dismissed as “crazy” the idea that fake news on his platform could have influenced the election of Donald Trump as US president.

Today the company admits it is under siege from billions of fake accounts trying to game its systems to win elections, make money or influence people in other ways, and battling a tsunami of fake news, disinformation and hate speech.

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Best true wireless earbuds: AirPods, Samsung, Jabra and Anker compared and ranked
Posted on Wednesday May 01, 2019

Our updated list of great bluetooth truly wireless earbuds – at the best prices right now

It wasn’t long ago that true wireless earbuds, those that don’t need any wires even between the earphones, weren’t very good. Solid connectivity was a challenge, dropouts were infuriatingly common and battery life was woeful.

But they all offered that taste of freedom from wires that is like a ratchet – once you’ve experienced tangle-free listening, you’ll never go back.

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Pixel 3a review: the people’s Google phone?
Posted on Tuesday May 14, 2019

Great camera and software make a bargain, let down only by middling performance and battery

Google’s latest phone, the Pixel 3a, offers the firm’s fantastic camera and software for less than £400, cutting a few corners on the way.

The pitch for the Pixel 3a is simple: everything that made the £739 top-end Pixel 3 good, but at a lower price.

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Google Pixel 3 review: raising the bar for the Android experience
Posted on Thursday October 18, 2018

New phone reaches Apple-level of polish, with top-notch performance, fantastic camera and attractive design

The Pixel 3 is Google’s third stab at making its own top-end phone, attempting to outshine the likes of Apple and Samsung with a terrific camera and a highly polished experience.

The Pixel 3 is the smaller of the two new Google phones, with a 5.5in FHD+ OLED screen that is bright, crisp and vibrant. It is a beautiful display that is a significant step up from last year’s Pixel 2, with wide viewing angles with minimal colour shift.

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Google Pixel 3 XL review: big is still beautiful
Posted on Wednesday October 24, 2018

This device picks up where last year’s version left off, with smooth performance, excellent camera and fantastic screen

Google’s iPhone XS Max competitor brings a big screen, a big notch and a big glass body, but is the Pixel 3 XL good enough to beat the phablet kings?

The smaller of Google’s new Pixel smartphones is arguably the best small Android phone going, and the Pixel 3 XL shares many of its best traits.

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Huawei P30 Pro review: game-changing camera, stellar battery life
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

New smartphone with Leica quad camera has 5x optical zoom, super low-light performance and fun features

Huawei’s latest top-end phone, the P30 Pro, has a genuinely groundbreaking new quad camera system on the back with amazing low-light performance and the first 5x optical zoom enabling a practically spycam-like 50x digital zoom.

The new £900 phone, from the firm that continues to be at the centre of a political storm, has the familiar metal frame, curved glass and all-screen design of 2018-19. New for the P30 Pro are some stunning colour options, including the pearlescent oil slick-like “breathing crystal” and the eye-popping amber sunrise. If you want a phone that gloriously embraces colour, this is it.

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Google Home Hub review: the smart display to buy
Posted on Monday October 22, 2018

This gadget is your Google Assistant, smart-home dashboard and digital photo frame in one – and it’s good for cooking, too

The Home Hub is Google’s first own-brand smart display, combining Google Assistant, advanced smart-home control and a digital photo frame into a neat and tidy package.

Google isn’t the first to market with smart displays. Amazon’s Echo Show put the company’s Alexa on a screen a year ago, while Google Assistant smart displays made by Harman, Lenovo and LG were released a few months ago.

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Google Home Mini review: a brilliant little £50 voice assistant speaker
Posted on Thursday October 26, 2017

Condensing everything that’s good about the bigger Google Home into a small pin-cushion-like speaker works great, but it won’t blow you away for music

Google Home Mini is the company’s new smart speaker that shrinks down all the intelligence into a cheaper, smaller package.

The Home Mini joins last year’s Home and the upcoming Home Max smart speakers housing the Google Assistant, the voice assistant housed in most Android smartphones that has access to your Google profile and its various bits of information.

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Google Home review: the smart speaker that answers almost any question
Posted on Wednesday May 10, 2017

Sleek, intelligent and attractive, new Google voice-controlled device can play music, control other connected objects and give you a personalised briefing on your day

The Google Home smart speaker has finally made it to the UK, bringing the company’s always-listening voice assistant into direct competition with the incumbent Amazon Echo and its own assistant, Alexa. But is Google’s best worth buying?

Artificially intelligent voice assistants are the new battleground between the big US tech companies and while Google is no stranger with voice search and Google Now being available on Android smartphones for years, it was beaten into US and then UK households by Amazon and its hit Echo speaker.

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Google Home Max review: bigger and smarter sound
Posted on Thursday August 30, 2018

Big new Google Assistant smart speaker finally launches in the UK with best-in-class voice control aiming to be the life and soul of the party

Google’s big, premium Apple HomePod rival the Home Max is finally being released in the UK today, bringing Google Assistant to the high-end smart speaker market.

Announced in October 2017 and on sale in the US since November, the Home Max joins Google’s smaller Home and smallest Home Mini smart speakers as the big one. Google Assistant sorts voice commands, controls and questions exactly the same as Google’s smaller smart speaker offerings, but the way it sounds couldn’t be more different.

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How can I increase my laptop’s storage space?
Posted on Thursday May 16, 2019

Marex has run out of space for music and graphic design work; thankfully, adding an SSD is easy

I use a Dell 15-5577 laptop with 8GB of memory for music production and graphic design. The problem is that its 256GB SSD is not enough to store all my projects. An external drive is not an option because I want everything in the same “drawer” and it’s a pain to carry it everywhere with me. I need help with how to swap out my existing SSD with a larger capacity one, say 512GB. While I’m at it, should I also upgrade memory? Marex

The Dell Inspiron 15-5577 was sold as an affordable 15.6in gaming laptop with an Intel Core i5 or i7 Kaby Lake (7th generation) processor and an Nvidia GTX 1050 graphics chip. It costs from £799 to £1,299 depending on the processor, graphics, storage and type of screen installed. It also has an Ethernet port, three USB 3.0 ports and a full-size SD card slot.

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Google restricts Huawei's use of Android
Posted on Monday May 20, 2019

The move comes after the US added Huawei to a list of companies US firms cannot do business with.

Minecraft Earth: Minecraft's answer to Pokemon Go
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

Newsbeat is one of the first to get a look at the newly announced Minecraft augmented reality game

Grumpy Cat internet legend dies
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

Hers was the feline face that launched a thousand memes, but Grumpy Cat is no more.

Tesla Model 3: Autopilot engaged during fatal crash
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

The driver had not had his hands on the wheel for 10 seconds, a report has found.

American man accused in $9m net address theft
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

US prosecutors claim a "deceptive" scheme was used to take control of valuable net addresses.

GozNym cyber-crime gang which stole millions busted
Posted on Thursday May 16, 2019

Prosecutions are announced in four countries over the scam, which hit thousands of bank accounts.

Amazon invests in Deliveroo food courier
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

Deliveroo says it is looking forward to working with "customer obsessed" Amazon.

Boeing completes 737 Max software upgrade
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

The firm will seek certification from the US regulator which grounded the jet after two crashes.

Facebook bans "inauthentic" accounts targeting Africa
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

Facebook blocked an Israeli firm it said was behind fake accounts mostly targeting elections in Africa.

Global education X-Prize awards $10m
Posted on Thursday May 16, 2019

A British charity wins $5m for an app designed to monitor how children learn.


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