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Friday, Jul 20

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Here’s How Facebook Plans To Stop Children Using Its Site

Facebook’s hands-off approach to its age policy is being drastically overhauled after a report by Channel 4 revealed internal practices that were supposedly letting children under the age of 13 use the social network.

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The NHS And Amazon Are Working On A Diagnosis Skill For Alexa

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has today announced that the NHS is currently working with Amazon on an Alexa skill that’ll allow you to get health advice from the voice-controlled assistant.

13

The Royal Observatory’s Astronomy Photographer Shortlist Is Absolutely Stunning

The Royal Observatory’s Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition has been running for a decade now and yet even after 10 years we’re still being treated to something new.

12

Augmented And Virtual Reality: Is This The End Of The Real World As We Know It?

Augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) haven’t been the stuff of pipe dreams for a while now. That said, even a few years ago, trying VR meant high-powered computer setups and bulky, multi-wired headsets that seemingly didn’t fit anyone…

Thursday, Jul 19

16

The US Will Allow 3D-Printed Gun Blueprints Next Month

Starting next month, US citizens will be legally allowed to find the blueprints for a gun online, download them onto a 3D-printer and then create that firearm from scratch.

13

UK Weather: Incredible Satellite Images Reveal What The Heatwave Has Done To England

Satellite imagery taken months apart has revealed the stark effect the recent heatwave has had on England.

Wednesday, Jul 18

16

Jupiter Is So Massive It Had 12 Extra Moons We Didn’t Know Existed

Jupiter is absolutely vast. It’s so big in fact that we’ve only just scratched the surface of what we know about this gas giant.

13

Google Fined £3.8 Billion By EU Over Its Android Operating System

Google has been fined a whopping £3.8bn (€4.3bn) by the EU’s European Commission today over its Android operating system for smartphones.

Tuesday, Jul 17

22

Sonos Beam Review: This Might Be The First Truly Smart Speaker - HuffPost Verdict

The Sonos Beam is a soundbar, which means it has been designed to replace your TV speakers.; The speaker is elegantly designed. It’s smaller than most soundbars with a minimalist piano-style finish and touch-sensitive buttons on the top.;…

14

Google Will Now Help You Find A New Job

Not content with planning your commute or organising your next holiday Google will now help you find a new job.

12

Apple's New Emoji For 2018 Include Redheads, Superheroes And More

It’s World Emoji Day and to celebrate Apple has revealed just some of the 70 new emojis that will be arriving on your iPhone when iOS 12 launches in September.

Dangerous Sharks Could Be Coming To A Beach Near You

Dangerous sharks, such as the great hammerhead, could call our waters home within the next 30 years, as UK seas become warmer due to climate change.

Monday, Jul 16

17

Rolls Royce's Flying Taxi Has A Thoughtful USP - It's Designed To Be Quiet

Rolls Royce has finally joined the trend, it has revealed that it is developing its very own flying taxi.

13

Scotland Is To Be The Site Of The UK's First Spaceport

A tiny peninsula on the tip of Scotland’s north coast could be the place where the UK officially enters the space race.

Sunday, Jul 15

09

Fortnite On Your iPhone Is Unlike Anything You've Played Before

Game of Phones: Every week I’ll pick a game for iOS or Android that’s perfect for long journeys, the commute or just when you want to switch off from the outside world.

Friday, Jul 13

13

Google's Co-Founder Has Unveiled A Flying Car That Anyone Can Use

Google’s co-founder Larry Page has helped unveil a brand-new flying car with a difference.

09

2018 Is The Year Silicon Valley's Unfaltering Utopianism Fails

If there’s one thing to be said for the tech giants of Silicon Valley, they’re not afraid of a contradiction.

Thursday, Jul 12

17

Facebook Goes Down For Android App Users

Update: Facebook has issued another statement confirming that they have resolved the issue. Speaking to HuffPost UK a spokesperson said: “We have restored service for those who experienced a technical issue that caused some people to have…

14

Twitter Removes Millions Of Followers From Its Site

Twitter has just done some major housekeeping. It has started the process of removing locked accounts from people’s follower lists.

Wednesday, Jul 11

19

Elon Musk's Submarine Is Everything Wrong With Western Foreign Policy

On Tuesday it was announced that after 17 long days, the Thai schoolboys and their coach were successfully rescued from the Tham Luang underground cave.

14

New Road Signs Will Catch You Using Your Phone Behind The Wheel

People who use their phones behind the wheel may soon be caught out by new smart road signs that pick up active phone signals.

13

You Can Now Ask Google Assistant If Football's Coming Home

Not one to be left out of England’s incredible World Cup journey, it seems Google Assistant now knows that football is, in fact, coming home.

Tuesday, Jul 10

19

Apple's New Update Will Stop The Police From Accessing Your iPhone

Apple’s new software update for iPhones might appear routine on the surface but it actually comes with a powerful new feature to help protect your privacy.

16

Video Shows The Moment An Iceberg The Size Of Manhattan Broke Off Greenland

Video footage showing the dramatic moment an iceberg the size of Manhattan - some four and a half miles wide - broke free from the Helheim Glacier in Greenland, has been released.

Donald Trump Praises His 'Friend' Boris Johnson As He Says UK Is In 'Turmoil'

Donald Trump has heaped praised on his “friend” Boris Johnson and suggested the UK is in “turmoil” in the wake of his resignation.

Caroline Flack And Andrew Brady Split Just Two Months After Getting Engaged

Caroline Flack has confirmed it’s all over between her and Andrew Brady, just two months after the pair announced their engagement.

7 Energy-Saving Myths You Probably Believe - But Shouldn't

It’s one thing to want to save energy - and another to know how to actually do it. There’s a lot of mixed messages out there, with regards to staying eco (a March 2018 survey showed that, while eight out of 10 British people believe that…

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5 Bits Of News Buried By Brexit Chaos

All eyes were on the government on Monday as Boris Johnson and David Davis quit the Cabinet over Theresa May’s plan for Brexit.

Johnny Depp Is Being Sued For Allegedly Punching Crew Member On Set

Johnny Depp is being sued for allegedly punching a crew member while on set last year.

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Amesbury And Salisbury Residents Told Not To Pick Up Foreign Objects As Family Pay Tribute To Novichok Victim Dawn Sturgess

Residents in Amesbury and Salisbury are being warned not to pick up “any foreign object which could contain liquid or gel” in a new advisory following the death of Novichok victim Dawn Sturgess.