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Fitness trackers ‘add miles to your marathon’
Tests by a consumer watchdog found that several brands were inaccurate in calculating running distance.
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‘Extremist’ Google algorithms concern ex-police chief
Google insists that its search software is not used to promote contentious online material.
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Will Artificial Intelligence Enhance or Hack Humanity?
Historian Yuval Noah Harari and computer scientist Fei-Fei Li discuss the promise and perils of the transformative technology with WIRED
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Protests over plan to change domain pricing
Costs to rent or renew some web domains could go up as net overseer proposes changes to pricing rules.
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Microsoft hits $1 trillion market valuation
It is one of only three public companies to have achieved the milestone, along with Apple and Amazon.
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Computer virus alters cancer scan images
The malicious software can trick experts into thinking patients are sick, say cyber-security researchers.
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Heath Robinson: WW2 codebreaking machine reconstructed
The Heath Robinson codebreaking is reconstructed after a seven-year project.
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Data on 540 million Facebook users exposed
The personal data was found as cyber-security researchers looked for insecure Amazon servers.
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Meet Blue: The Cheap and Manipulative (In a Good Way) Robot
The tiny price point could launch the robot into research stardom, forging a path to a future in which machines
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Fortnite: Is Prince Harry right to want game banned?
The Duke of Sussex had scathing words for the game, but is he right?
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Windrush: Home Office admits data breach in compensation scheme
The immigration minister says email addresses of individuals and organisations were shared by mistake.
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How Google Is Cramming More Data Into Its New Atlantic Cable
Google says its planned Dunant cable from Virginia to France will transmit 250 terabits per second, enough to zap the
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