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Huawei helped North Korea build wireless network – US reports
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019

Chinese firm was blacklisted by Donald Trump over national security concerns

Huawei Technologies, the Chinese company put on a US blacklist because of national security concerns, secretly helped North Korea build and maintain its commercial wireless network, the Washington Post reported on Monday, citing sources and internal documents.

The Chinese telecommunications company partnered with a state-owned Chinese firm, Panda International Information Technology, on a number of projects in North Korea over at least eight years, the Post reported.

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Google pays $11m to jobseekers who alleged age discrimination
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019

Tech firm settles class-action lawsuit but denies it is unfair to older applicants

Google has settled a lawsuit alleging age discrimination in its hiring practices, paying $11m to more than 200 jobseekers who were over 40 when they applied to join the company.

Although it has settled the case, Google denies the allegations that it was unfairly dismissive of older applicants.

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Gaming for abortion rights: Chips with Everything podcast
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019

Jordan Erica Webber talks to Laura Hudson, who wrote about video game producers making games that present players with situations where a character might choose to have an abortion. She also chats to Mary Flanagan of Tiltfactor about the potential impact games can have on changing opinions

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Six of the best: wireless headphones under £100
Posted on Sunday July 21, 2019

You don’t have to spend a fortune on headphones to get noise cancellation, decent bass and fine detail at high volume

While you can pay hundreds of pounds for a pair of audiophile or status headphones, if you’re mainly going to be wearing them in the gym, listening to a podcast or leaving them on the bus then you’re probably wasting your money. Moreover, the price of technologies like Bluetooth and noise cancellation is falling and you can pick up a pair featuring both of these useful features for mid-range prices. Here’s our review of some popular models…

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Lightyear One preview: ‘Powered on sunshine’ | Martin Love
Posted on Sunday July 21, 2019

A Dutch solar-electric prototype with a range of up to 450 miles could be a ray of hope in the dark

Lightyear One
Range 450 miles
Available 2021
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We talk a lot about how ‘clean’ electric cars are and how much better they are for the environment, because they have zero emissions. But, of course, an EV is only as clean as the electricity you use to charge it. What they cleverly do is shift the source of the pollution they create from their tailpipes to the power station – out of sight, out of mind. So, imagine a car that generates some of the power it needs as it travels. Step forward the new Lightyear One – possibly the world’s first solar-powered car that might actually make it to the consumer market.

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The five: new uses for bacteria
Posted on Sunday July 21, 2019

Eating plastic waste, cleaning up oil spills and detecting tumours… how these micro-organisms can help change the world

Scientists have discovered a way of using bacteria to produce graphene – a nanomaterial composed of a single layer of carbon atoms with extraordinary properties. Graphene is strong, flexible and conductive with the potential to revolutionise electronics, but using it has remained difficult. “For real applications, you need large amounts,” says Prof Anne S Meyer, of the University of Rochester, New York. Her team have used a bacterium called Shewenella to produce large quantities of thinner, more stable graphene.

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Is this the future – five-year-olds designing smart technology? | Anna Bawden
Posted on Thursday July 18, 2019

Mihika Sharma’s smart stick, which helps blind people cross the road, is one of the winning entries in this year’s Tech4Good awards

Nine months since the government unveiled its social prescribing strategy to tackle loneliness, progress is still patchy. One in 20 adults in England feel lonely often or always, according to data from the Office for National Statistics. And two-thirds of disabled people report feeling lonely. Part of the problem is that efforts are being hampered by austerity: figures out this month showed that £7.7bn has been cut from adult social care budgets in England, and the number of daycare centres has fallen by more than 40% from 2010 levels.

Technology is already at the forefront of efforts to reduce loneliness, but the winners of this year’s Tech4Good awards, announced on Wednesday, show how innovative use of technology can improve access to cultural and leisure activities, which are an excellent way to bring people together.

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Is FaceApp an evil plot by 'the Russians' to steal your data? Not quite | Arwa Mahdawi
Posted on Thursday July 18, 2019

Following the panic over this viral app, the moral of the story is: don’t worry too much about ‘the Russians’. You should worry about everything

Over the last few days the #faceappchallenge has taken over social media. This “challenge” involves downloading a selfie-editing tool called FaceApp and using one of its filters to digitally age your face. You then post the photo of your wizened old self on the internet and everyone laughs uproariously. You get a small surge of dopamine from gathering a few online likes before existential ennui sets in once again. Challenge completed.

On Monday, as the #faceappchallenge went viral, Joshua Nozzi, a software developer, warned people to “BE CAREFUL WITH FACEAPP….it immediately uploads your photos without asking, whether you chose one or not”. Some media outlets picked this claim up and privacy concerns about the app began to mount.

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Craigslist's Craig Newmark: 'Outrage is profitable. Most online outrage is faked for profit'
Posted on Sunday July 14, 2019

The founder of the online classifieds site is a survivor from the era of internet optimism. He has given significant sums to protect the future of news – and rejects the idea his website helped cause journalism’s financial crisis

As the Craig in Craigslist, the free online noticeboard that changed everything, Craig Newmark can surely get his hands on just about anything. His new home in Greenwich Village, New York, contains everything from an ancient Roman mosaic to 18th-century British portraits to Simpsons figurines to artworks by his beloved Leonard Cohen. But something is missing. Something vital.

“We’re low on bird seed now,” Newmark observes anxiously. “That’s a crisis.”

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The five: genetic fixes for the climate crisis
Posted on Sunday July 14, 2019

Scientists are discovering innovative ways to help the natural world adapt to environmental change

Last week, scientists from the University of Texas identified a gene in a species of coral that is activated when coral becomes heat stressed. Warmer waters as a result of climate change often cause stressed coral to expel the algae they depend upon for energy in a process known as bleaching, leading to mass coral decline. Scientists believe this gene to be present in many coral species and hope to use it to detect stressed coral before bleaching occurs, allowing them to prioritise conservation of these species.

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Best smartphone 2019: iPhone, OnePlus, Samsung and Huawei compared and ranked
Posted on Tuesday July 23, 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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OnePlus 7 review: competition-beating performance for less
Posted on Wednesday July 17, 2019

A little less ‘Pro’ means the regular OnePlus 7 is smaller and lighter, offering a top experience for £500

The OnePlus 7 is basically the OnePlus 6T with the guts of the OnePlus 7 Pro, which sounds like a bad thing, but for £500 it is arguably the best bang for your buck going.

There was nothing wrong with the design of the 6T, so there isn’t with the 7. The 6.41in AMOLED display is bright and crisp, filling most of the front of the phone with a small chin at the bottom and a teardrop notch in the top for the selfie camera.

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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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Kindle 2019 review: Amazon's cheapest e-reader gets adjustable frontlight
Posted on Thursday July 18, 2019

Amazon’s basic Kindle lights up with a better screen to close the gap with the Paperwhite

Amazon’s cheapest, most basic Kindle now has a light and a better screen, which makes it very nearly the new default ebook reader. The new Kindle 9 – which is, confusingly, one of the new 10th generation of Kindles alongside the fourth-generation Paperwhite and third-generation Oasis – looks very similar to the previous version.

The sides of the reader feel as though they have been softened slightly. It has been made 2mm narrower and 0.4mm thinner but 13g heavier than the previous version. The Kindle 9 is easy to hold for extended periods and feels fairly robust.

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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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What's the best mini-laptop for YouTube and writing reports?
Posted on Thursday July 18, 2019

Peter wants a mini-laptop to go with his old BlackBerry phone. What are his options?

I’m old-school now at 71, but I’m still designing and working as a consultant. I had nothing but BlackBerry smartphones for years. Then it all went wrong. My boring Samsung J-something does most things but I miss my BlackBerry. I found an old one in a drawer, and it fits nicely in my pocket when off out. However, when I’m in a coffee place or relaxing, I’d like a big screen for YouTube, WhatsApp links, and writing reports. I’m thinking of rebooting my nice small BlackBerry and putting a smallish mini-laptop in my bag. Any thoughts? Peter

BlackBerry lost its premier position in the market – when its phones were used by everyone from Paris Hilton to then US president Barack Obama – but you can still buy BlackBerry phones. The company licensed its name and technology to China’s TCL Communication Technology Holdings Limited (TCT), which sells phones under the TCL, BlackBerry Mobile and Alcatel brand names. It also makes TV sets, soundbars, headphones, air conditioners and dehumidifiers. (The BlackBerry name has also been used by Optiemus Infracom, selling phones as BlackBerry Mobile India, and BB Merah Putih, which briefly served the Indonesian market.)

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Huawei: Government decision on 5G rollout delayed
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019

The implication of the recent US ban on its companies from dealing with Huawei was not clear, the government says.

'Rape cases dropped' over police phone search demands
Posted on Tuesday July 23, 2019

Campaigners say investigations have stopped after complainants refused to hand over their devices.

Fifa packs and loot boxes 'not gambling' in UK
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019

The gambling watchdog has told MPs that current legislation does not put them under its remit.

Three resists watchdog's call for 'fairer' mobile phone fees
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019

Ofcom had called on networks to automatically cut prices for out-of-contract mobile subscribers.

Kazakhstan's new online safety tool raises eyebrows
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019

Kazakhstan's government security certificates could open up "secure" web traffic to inspection.

Russian intelligence 'targets Tor anonymous browser'
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019

A hack of a Russian intelligence contractor exposes secret projects - including cracking Tor.

Musk promises '10km Hyperloop tunnel' in 2020
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019

The Hyperloop project aims to transport people inside high-speed pods along underground tunnels.

Equifax to pay up to $700m to settle data breach
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019

The credit score agency has agreed a settlement after hackers stole 147 million people's details.

Body-worn cameras to be compulsory for bailiffs
Posted on Sunday July 21, 2019

The government says the move will help tackle "intimidation and aggression" used by some bailiffs.

YouTube: 'We don't take you down the rabbit hole'
Posted on Friday July 19, 2019

In his first interview, YouTube's UK managing director defends the platform's algorithms.


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