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Facebook launches UK reporting tool to clamp down on scam ads
Posted on Tuesday July 16, 2019

Social media firm to investigate users’ complaints and take down violating posts

Fresh efforts to tackle scam adverts across Facebook are being introduced in the UK following action taken by the consumer champion Martin Lewis.

The social media company is releasing a scam ads reporting tool, with a specially trained team investigating alerts raised by users, reviewing reports and taking down violating posts to clamp down on potentially misleading adverts.

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'Breathtaking arrogance': senators grill Facebook in combative hearing over Libra currency
Posted on Tuesday July 16, 2019

Banking committee questions Facebook on its Libra project, while the House will later take aim at Google, Apple and Amazon

Facebook was greeted with hostility in the US Congress as the tech giant sought to defend its proposed digital currency to lawmakers on the Hill.

Members of the Senate’s banking committee grilled the Facebook executive David Marcus on Tuesday on the company’s privacy and security plans for Libra, a proposed digital currency that would allow Facebook’s billions of users to make financial transactions across the globe.

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Newly opened WestConnex tunnel missing from Google Maps, causing confusion in Sydney
Posted on Monday July 15, 2019

Motorists sent up the garden path as controversial M4 East tunnel from Homebush to Haberfield fails to display

Google Maps is working to resolve an issue where Sydney’s newly opened WestConnex M4 East motorway – part of Australia’s largest transport infrastructure project – does not display on its map.

The 5.5km tunnel, from Homebush to Haberfield, opened on Saturday after controversy over its impact on health, traffic and the mandatory acquisition of homes.

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Prime Day: activists protest against Amazon in cities across US
Posted on Monday July 15, 2019

Immigrants and workers say e-commerce giant should cut ties with federal deportation agencies and improve working conditions

Activists, immigrants and Amazon employees demonstrated against the e-commerce giant on its annual Prime Day, protesting against its labor practices and its involvement with US authorities’ deportation efforts.

The protests on Monday began in seven US cities, coinciding with the yearly sale that made the company more than $4bn in 2018.

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Finding dark patterns online: Chips with Everything podcast
Posted on Monday July 15, 2019

Jordan Erica Webber teams up with Science Weekly host Ian Sample to find out more about how companies use various techniques to trick us into buying something we may never have needed, or wanted

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Accounts posing as Dominic Raab and Liam Fox among Twitter takedowns
Posted on Sunday July 14, 2019

MoD, DExEU and DHSC lodged complaints requesting removal of fake accounts pretending to be associated with government

Twitter accounts masquerading as official outlets for Dominic Raab and Liam Fox were revealed as among those the UK government succeeded in shutting down after complaining to the social media company.

Details of complaints to Twitter by various departments about suspected fake accounts posing as original have been revealed by freedom of information requests from the Guardian, showing it has not always gone in favour of the UK government.

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‘Google's power is extraordinary’: businesses turn to the courts over bad reviews
Posted on Tuesday July 09, 2019

Negative comments and low star ratings can make or break a company. But as Google finds itself embroiled in legal action, it warns defamation law could suppress consumer rights

Mark Fletcher says he never paid much attention to Google reviews left by customers for his Victorian-based software business Tower Systems – until five months ago.

He was told he had lost a sale due to a negative review from a person called Ashley T.

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Instagram's anti-bullying AI asks users: 'Are you sure you want to post this?'
Posted on Tuesday July 09, 2019

Instagram said early tests found it encourages users to ‘share something less hurtful once they have had a chance to reflect’

Instagram is inviting users to think again before posting unkind comments with a new tool designed to curb bullying on the social media platform.

The company is rolling out a new feature that uses AI to identify negative comments before they are published and asks “are you sure you want to post this?” before it is shared on another person’s post.

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Meet the millennials pretending to be baby boomers on Facebook
Posted on Tuesday July 09, 2019

Online, you can be anyone. So why are millennials choosing to roleplay as baby boomers?

You know it when you see it: a couple of extra commas following a thought, a private message or search entry accidentally made public, a comment on a friend’s new profile picture telling them to “say hi to Joe and the kids for me,,, love! You”.

This is a baby boomer posting to Facebook. It could be your parent, an uncle, a family friend, a grandparent; if you were born between 1946 and 1964, it could be you.

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Warning: free hotel wifi is a hacker’s dream
Posted on Sunday July 07, 2019

Hotel systems are so leaky it’s worth investing in your own virtual private network

You’ve just arrived at the hotel after a delayed flight and a half-hour wrangle with the car-hire firm. And then you remember that you’ve forgotten to pay last month’s credit card bill, and there’ll be an interest charge if you wait until you’re back at base. But – hey! – you can do it online and help is at hand. The receptionist is welcoming and helpful. They have wifi and it’s free. Relieved, you ask for the password. “Oh, you don’t need one,” he replies. “Just type in your room number and click the box.”

Phew! Problem solved. Er, not necessarily. At this point the human race divides into two groups. Call them sheep and goats. Sheep are sweet, trusting folks who like to think well of their fellow humans. Surely that helpful receptionist would not knowingly offer a dangerous service. Also, they find digital technology baffling and intimidating. And they cannot imagine why anything they do online might be of interest to anyone.

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Best smartphone 2019: iPhone, Samsung, OnePlus and Huawei compared and ranked
Posted on Monday June 24, 2019

Our updated list of the top iOS and Android mobile phones – at the best prices right now

Need a new smartphone but don’t know which one is the very best? Here’s a guide comparing the current top-end smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Huawei, OnePlus and others to help you pick the best handset for you.

There has never been a better time to buy a new flagship smartphone with many quality handsets available at a wider range of prices than ever before. Whether your priority is two-day battery life, fantastic camera performance or a spectacular screen, there’s plenty to choose from.

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Honor 20 review: Huawei's first new phone during Trump dispute
Posted on Wednesday July 10, 2019

Top performance and a good camera make the £400 Honor 20 tempting. But will the US-China trade war hit software updates?

The Honor 20 is the first smartphone launched and put on sale by Huawei since Trump’s blacklisting of the company in May.

In effect this is one of the phones Trump tried to ban, but as it happened the Honor 20 had already passed through the Android certification process before Google was forced to stop working with Huawei.

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Samsung Galaxy S10e review: the cheaper one
Posted on Tuesday June 18, 2019

Smallest, cheapest Samsung flagship has most of what makes the S10 line good, but with a flat screen and one camera fewer

The Galaxy S10e is Samsung’s attempt to offer a flagship smartphone experience in a smaller body and at a lower cost, which mostly works.

The formula is simple: take the same processor, reduce the memory a little and squeeze it into a smaller, less complicated body.

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iPhone XR review: Apple's cheaper battery king
Posted on Wednesday October 31, 2018

With Face ID and a decent screen, this phone attempts a happy medium between quality and price – but £750 still isn’t a bargain

The iPhone XR looks to offer most of what made the iPhone XS a knockout for £250 less – but with a colourful body and a slightly larger screen is this the iPhone to buy?

With the iPhone XS and XS Max starting at £999 and £1,099 respectively, Apple has room to shoehorn a slightly lower cost, but still expensive, model in underneath.

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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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Bose Frames review: smart audio sunglasses are a blast
Posted on Monday July 08, 2019

Music without earbuds looks and sounds surprisingly good, making these smart glasses the antithesis of Google Glass

The Bose Frames are the answer to the question: what if your sunglasses were also a set of smart, hidden headphones with no earbuds or no bone-conduction system, just a set of personal speakers?

As a wearer of true wireless earbuds, that’s not a question I ever thought I would ask. But the Bose Frames are delightful and leaving your ears free of buds or headphones has a clear and obvious case.

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The best travel tech for a stress-free holiday
Posted on Friday July 05, 2019

How to keep your mobile, tablet, Kindle and headphones charged and connected abroad

It’s July, the sun’s out and the summer break is almost upon us, which can mean only one thing: it’s holiday time.

But holidays no longer mean leaving all your worldly possessions behind. Your phone, your tablet, your e-reader, headphones and even your smartwatch come along for the ride, which means you need to keep them charged, organised and connected.

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5G finally launches in the UK – but is it really worth it?
Posted on Friday June 21, 2019

We spent two weeks with a 5G phone to find out if it really lives up to the hype

The future of mobile phones is finally here. You can go out and buy a 5G phone, and if you happen to be in one of the six cities across the UK in which EE’s 5G network is up and running, you can get the blistering mobile broadband speeds we’ve been promised will revolutionise our mobile lives, again. But should you?

I’ve spent the past two weeks equipped with the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G on first-out-of-the-gate EE’s 5G network. I streamed 2K HDR movies, downloaded whole albums in seconds and generally used it like I would on my extremely fast 350Mbps home wifi – data caps be damned.

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Buying cables? Going for gold could mean a rip-off
Posted on Saturday June 08, 2019

From mobile phone chargers to HDMI for TVs, here’s how to save on leads for your gadgets

Cables are a necessary evil in our modern world. Whether it’s the power cord for your phone, the cables jammed in the back of your TV or the wires connecting you to the internet, they’re everywhere.

And when you need a new one the options are almost limitless, with some costing as much as hundreds of pounds. But do you need to spend all that for a cable? Absolutely not. So here’s a quick guide to cables to help you avoid the overpriced.

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How do I remove malware from my Windows laptop?
Posted on Thursday July 11, 2019

Don’s laptop is infected with malware and he’d like a clean machine, what’s the best way?

What’s the cheapest way to get my Windows laptop swept and cleaned out of malware etc? Don

There are two obvious ways to clean a Windows laptop, and both of them are free. The first is to run a number of anti-malware programs to find and remove the bad stuff. The second is to reset it to factory condition.

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Disability emojis: Guide dog and wheelchair user made available
Posted on Wednesday July 17, 2019

The Emojis have been released by Apple to represent disabled people better.

'Cordless' Dyson fan advert falls foul of watchdog
Posted on Wednesday July 17, 2019

The UK Advertising Standards Authority bans a Dyson ad for implying fan is cordless.

Bianca Devins murder images flood Instagram
Posted on Tuesday July 16, 2019

Instagram is struggling to remove graphic images of the body of a 17-year-old girl.

Juventus to be called Piemonte Calcio in Fifa after PES deal
Posted on Tuesday July 16, 2019

Fifa 20 will be the first game in 25 years not to feature the licence for Serie A champions Juventus.

Daily Stormer founder 'should pay $14m' in damages, judge says
Posted on Tuesday July 16, 2019

A magistrate recommends Andrew Anglin recompense a Jewish woman over his harassment campaign.

Trump: Google should be probed over China treason claim
Posted on Tuesday July 16, 2019

President Trump tweets he will look into allegations made by the tech billionaire Peter Thiel.

Facebook scam-busting service goes live
Posted on Monday July 15, 2019

New tools to fight online scams are launched after a legal action by TV personality Martin Lewis.

AI solves Rubik's Cube in one second
Posted on Tuesday July 16, 2019

An AI system teaches itself to solve the Rubik's Cube more quickly than any human.

Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency attacked at Senate hearing
Posted on Tuesday July 16, 2019

The tech giant's Libra digital currency is attacked by senators who say the company is not trusted.

Storm Area 51: US Air Force warns over Facebook event
Posted on Tuesday July 16, 2019

More than a million people RSVP to an event calling for people to break into the Nevada base.


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