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Bitmoji: the emoji avatar app taking on Apple and Facebook
Posted on Tuesday July 17, 2018

The co-founder of the most downloaded iOS app of 2017 welcomes competition from big tech

It might not be marked in your diary, but 17 July is World Emoji Day. Why? Because, if you’re on an Apple or Google platform, that’s the date the calendar emoji shows.

To mark the occasion, Apple replaced all of its executive headshots with cartoony “memoji”, a new feature coming in iOS 12 for iPhone X users, which lets them create custom avatars and ping them over to friends and family.

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Facebook protects far-right activists even after rule breaches
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

C4 Dispatches documentary finds moderators left Britain First’s pages alone as ‘they generate a lot of revenue’

Leading far-right activists have received special protection from Facebook, preventing their pages from being deleted even after a pattern of behaviour that would typically result in moderator action being taken.

The process, called “shielded review”, was uncovered by Channel 4 Dispatches, after the documentary series sent an undercover reporter to work as a content moderator in a Dublin-based Facebook contractor, Cpl.

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I know Elon Musk does good, but he's still a bonehead | Hannah Jane Parkinson
Posted on Tuesday July 17, 2018

For every extraordinary feat, there’s something else bizarre or shameful, most recently calling a Thailand cave rescuer a ‘pedo’

When I was at school, one of the go-to playground insults, I am afraid, was “paedo”. Mostly the teachers were paedos, but the socially awkward kid in sixth form and the janitor who scuppered your escape at lunchtime were also targets. Of course, I realise now that even jokingly accusing someone of sexually abusing children isn’t witty or clever. You grow out of these baseless, ridiculous epithets, don’t you?

Not Elon Musk, aged 47. The tech CEO has called the British diver Vern Unsworth – one of the first divers on the scene who helped rescue the Thai football team trapped in a cave – a “pedo” on Twitter (he has 22 million followers). This was simply because Unsworth pointed out that Musk’s offer of a submarine wasn’t helpful to the rescue efforts.

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Artificial intelligence will be net UK jobs creator, finds report
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

AI and robotics forecast to generate 7.2m jobs, more than will be lost due to automation

Artificial intelligence is set to create more than 7m new UK jobs in healthcare, science and education by 2037, more than making up for the jobs lost in manufacturing and other sectors through automation, according to a report.

A report from PricewaterhouseCoopers argued that AI would create slightly more jobs (7.2m) than it displaced (7m) by boosting economic growth. The firm estimated about 20% of jobs would be automated over the next 20 years and no sector would be unaffected.

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Venmo: how the payment app exposes our private lives
Posted on Tuesday July 17, 2018

A researcher has analysed millions of public transactions to prove just how much the app reveals about our life and habits

Anyone can track a Venmo user’s purchase history and glean a detailed profile – including their drug deals, eating habits and arguments – because the payment app lacks default privacy protections.

This was the finding of a Berlin-based researcher, Hang Do Thi Duc, who analysed the more than 200 million public Venmo transactions made in 2017. Her aim was to highlight the privacy risk from using a seemingly innocuous peer-to-peer app, and encourage people to change their privacy settings.

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MacBook Pro keyboard update might fix dust issues, experts reveal
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

Teardown exposes new silicone skirt around keys that could stop debris from blocking them

Despite Apple stating that new 2018 MacBook Pro keyboards were not designed to alleviate key failures due to dust, a teardown has revealed a new barrier under the keys that could stop them getting clogged up.

Repair specialists iFixit took apart one of the keyboards of the new £1,749-plus laptops to see what had been changed for what Apple calls its new third-generation butterfly mechanism under the keys that is reportedly quieter in operation.

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Airbnb warned it breaches EU rules over pricing policy
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

Accommodation service told it needs to be clearer on total cost including fees and charges

Airbnb has been found in breach of EU law and given until the end of the summer to ditch a range of practices, including that of belatedly applying additional fees to the prices it promotes online.

The accommodation service has been accused by the European commission and national regulators of failing its customers and making the mistake of many global digital firms of “forgetting its responsibilities”.

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British cave diver considering legal action over Elon Musk's 'pedo' attack
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

Vernon Unsworth ‘astonished and very angry’ after Tesla owner makes baseless remark

A British cave diver who was instrumental in the rescue of 12 children trapped in a northern Thailand cave says he is considering legal action after the inventor Elon Musk called him a “pedo” on Twitter.

Related: I know Elon Musk does good, but he's still a bonehead | Hannah Jane Parkinson

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Elon Musk calls British diver in Thai cave rescue 'pedo' in baseless attack
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

Accusation directed on Twitter at Vern Unsworth, who called Tesla CEO’s offer of ‘mini-sub’ to help rescuers a ‘PR stunt’

Elon Musk came under fire on Sunday after launching an extraordinary attack on a British diver who helped rescue the boys trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand, baselessly calling him a “pedo” on Twitter and then doubling down.

Related: I know Elon Musk does good, but he's still a bonehead | Hannah Jane Parkinson

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UK in strong position to be leader in crypto economy, report says
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

Britain has required resources to be global hub for blockchain technology, analysts say

The UK is well-placed to become a leader in blockchain technologies and the crypto economy, according to a new report.

Britain has all the required resources, as well as industrial and governmental will, to become a global hub for the technology by 2022, according to analysis by the Big Innovation Centre, DAG Global and Deep Knowledge Analytics.

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Hoverboards: why they haven't got off to a McFlying start
Posted on Tuesday July 03, 2018

The gadgets inspired by Back to the Future Part II’s floating skateboards have failed to deliver

We could start by saying “they” didn’t promise us hoverboards. People want hoverboards because they saw one in the disappointing sequel Back to the Future Part II . But that doesn’t mean people haven’t tried to make them. Like other colourful retrofuturist fantasies, hoverboards were a lustmotif that spoke to a whole generation in the way that flying cars and jetpacks did to baby boomers.

Problem No 1: how would this thing hover? We have four choices: some type of thrust, a cushion of air, maglev or magic.

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Can I add an iPhone and Chromebook to my all-Microsoft system?
Posted on Thursday July 12, 2018

If Paul adds an iPhone and Chromebook to his Microsoft devices, will it lead to a mess of email addresses and accounts?

Over the past few years I have been using all Microsoft-oriented products: a Windows 10 laptop and desktop, a Windows phone (Lumia 950) and a Surface 2 (Windows RT) tablet. One advantage is that they all log on to a single Windows account with an Outlook email address. I use Outlook (from Office 365) to manage my email, contacts and calendar.

Because of the poor app support for the phone and Surface 2, I’m wondering about getting an iPhone and a Chromebook to replace the tablet and laptop. My laptop needs are likely to diminish once I have finished my PhD, and will be mainly email, word processing and presentations.

When this column started, in a previous century, most users only had one PC. Home users did not have broadband, so email was collected via a dial-up modem. Some people had handheld “organisers” from Palm, Psion and other suppliers, but they synced with PCs. Life was simple.

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What should I do about all the GDPR pop-ups on websites?
Posted on Thursday July 05, 2018

Barbara is constantly being interrupted by pop-ups about the new GDPR. Is there anything she can do?

Because of GDPR, it feels as though my internet access – my access to information – is now more restricted. I am constantly being interrupted by pop-ups that want me to agree to the website’s privacy policy, use of my data and so on, in order to “personalise my experience”. After recent revelations about unauthorised use of personal data, I’m wary of agreeing without checking what their proposals are, but I often just close the page because there are too many options and it’s too much of a bother. Am I being too paranoid? Barbara

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) only came into force on 25 May and it will take a while for some websites to adapt. Breaking the rules can result in fines of up to €20m, so at this point, information providers are probably more paranoid than you are.

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Can my employer read emails in my Gmail account?
Posted on Thursday June 28, 2018

Martin works for a large company that uses G Suite where the tech team can accesses employees’ emails. Can he prevent this?

I work for a large company and use the Gmail set up for my account. As a senior manager, I have many confidential conversations internally and externally via email.

I have found out that one of the tech guys accesses employee’s emails when requested to carry out checks by the CEO. Do they have the right to do this? I think it creates a feeling of mistrust and insecurity. Can I lock my account so only I can access it? Martin

Historically, the assumption has always been that companies own and can access mail used for company business. When I was a manager, I dictated letters to a secretary who typed them and filed copies. I never reached a level where these filing cabinets were locked and inaccessible, but they contained nothing of personal interest.

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What is the best laptop drive for students?
Posted on Thursday June 21, 2018

James wants to know whether he should opt for an SSD or HDD to save his files on

I am hoping to go to university this year and am looking for a laptop. What’s the difference between an SSD and an HDD, and which would be better for a student? From what I’ve seen, you can get roughly four times as much storage on an HDD as you can on an SSD for the same price, so it seems an HDD would be the better option. James

The laptop market is moving from traditional “spinning rust” hard disk drives (HDDs) to chip-based, solid-state drives (SSDs) for several reasons. SSDs are more responsive; they consume less battery power; they are less likely to break when dropped and they take up a lot less space.

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Tackling a taboo: the designer helping perimenopausal women
Posted on Friday July 13, 2018

The perimenopause is rarely talked about, but its symptoms can cause sleeplessness and are often misdiagnosed. Thankfully, Peter Astbury’s award-wining health tech wristband now offers a stylish solution

Perimenopause – also known as the menopause transition – is experienced by millions of women every year. The months or years leading up to the menopause can have very similar symptoms to the menopause itself, although some of these symptoms may change or disappear over time.

“The most common symptoms are hot flushes and night sweats, but there are also other symptoms that are less thought about,” explains Dr Louise Newson, who specialises in treating women going through the perimenopause and menopause. “Migraines, palpitations, memory problems, low mood, anxiety, joint pain, muscle stiffness, poor sleep, reduced libido,” she adds.

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Women in health tech: designing solutions and transforming lives across society
Posted on Tuesday June 19, 2018

Women are underrepresented in the field of technology – but these three entrepreneurs are at the forefront of digital health development and leading the fight for a more inclusive industry

It’s easy to conjure up images of Elon Musk and Steve Jobs when we think about the tech industry, but the often-unrecognised heroes of technology are the women spearheading new companies and inventions. This year sees the annual AXA Health Tech & You programme return, with new categories including the Women Entrepreneurs in Health Tech award, created to encourage and support women pioneering some of the most innovative health technology.

In the UK, only 17% of employees in the tech industry are female, and just 9% of UK startup investment goes to women. Globally, 9% of health tech businesses are founded by women. So it’s easy to see why women may feel less inclined to join the industry. Whether it’s lack of motivation, or a lack of funding to see budding ideas grow, this is a problem that needs a solution.

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The smart clothes that could soon give people with autism a 'hug'
Posted on Monday June 04, 2018

A new wearable technology could ease the effects of overstimulation for people with sensory processing disorder (SPD) and autism

For all the ways in which technology has transformed our lives, the digital revolution has done little to change what we wear. Beyond advances in the manufacture of clothing, the whims of fashion, and the occasional fad – who remembers Levi’s twisted seam? – cotton has remained cotton, and polyester is still polyester.

But an award-winning Italian design duo is trying to realise the potential of smart technology in clothing to improve lives.

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‘Our brains want to chase these rewards’: how video games are transforming physiotherapy
Posted on Monday June 04, 2018

Physical rehabilitation can be arduous and difficult to sustain – but a one-time patient has tapped into the psychology of gaming to make it fun

At 65, Arthur Halls is dealing with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, severe angina, coronary blockage of the heart and hypertension – together these things have severely impacted his way of life. “Two years ago, there was very little I could do,” says Halls. “With your lungs and your heart and that, you’ve got to be very very careful.”

But that changed after he began fall-prevention therapy with the Medical Interactive Recovery System, or Mira, which uses video games for physical rehabilitation. Through a series of games that get users to do the kind of moves they’d normally be doing in physiotherapy, Halls feels like he can do a lot more.

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The truth about gaming disorder, from Fortnite to World of Warcraft
Posted on Friday June 22, 2018

As the number of young gamers has risen sharply, so have addiction narratives

Gaming disorder may be a newly recognised condition, but disordered gaming is anything but new. In 2010, a Korean couple was arrested for fatal child neglect spurred by an obsession with Prius Online. Five years earlier, another Korean man collapsed and died after a 50-hour session playing StarCraft in an internet cafe.

In the west, World of Warcraft, released in 2004, was one of the first games to trigger addiction narratives in the mainstream press, with the game blamed for causing college students to drop out of university and others losing careers and families.

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Facebook moderators 'keep child abuse online'
Posted on Tuesday July 17, 2018

An undercover film suggests moderators are routinely keeping up content that violates Facebook's policies.

Google's job hunting service comes to UK
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

Google's centralised job hunt services signs up most individual sites with one major exception.

Amazon's Jeff Bezos beats Bill Gates in new rich list
Posted on Tuesday July 17, 2018

The Amazon founder is now richer than Bill Gates has ever been.

Election interference to be sniffed out by early-alert system
Posted on Tuesday July 17, 2018

The tool will track "dark" sources to help government and other groups tackle subversion attempts.

Amazon Alexa: is it friends with your kids?
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

Debate is raging over whether smart speakers are suitable for children.

Netflix shares plunge as subscriber growth rate stalls
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

The streaming service's shares dive 14% after it misses its projections for subscriber growth.

Amazon faces web issues around the world on Prime Day
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

The e-commerce giant is experiencing outages in the US and elsewhere as its summer sale gets underway.

AI will create as many jobs as it displaces - report
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

But a report warns there will be "winners and losers" with many roles set to change.

Kodak Bitcoin mining 'scam' evaporates
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

The company behind a Kodak-branded crypto-currency scheme confirms the plan has collapsed.

Uber investigated over gender discrimination
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

The ride hailing firm is being investigated over a complaint about gender inequality, the BBC understands.

 


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