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Artificial intelligence - hype, hope and fear

If my email inbox is anything to go by, a technology revolution is under way that is going to transform…

Facebook funds anti-bullying training in schools

Facebook has said it will fund existing training for one young person in every UK secondary school so they can…

Microsoft gives up on Windows 10 Mobile

Microsoft appears to have abandoned its smartphone operating system ambitions.

Apple investigating swollen batteries in iPhone 8 Plus handsets

Apple is investigating a series of reports about battery problems with some of its new iPhone 8 Plus phones.

Websites hacked to mint crypto-cash

School, charity and file-sharing websites have been caught out by scammers who are using them to generate crypto-cash.

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Google Pixel 2 phones take portrait-mode selfies

Google's second-generation Pixel mobile phones are able to take "portrait mode" photos via both their front and rear single-lens cameras.

Instagram polls expose voters' 'embarrassing' choices

Instagram has been criticised after adding a feature to its app that reveals which way people have voted.

Equifax raises the impact of US data breach

Equifax has revealed 2.5 million more Americans than previously thought may have had information compromised in a huge cyber security…

Microsoft axes Groove Music service

Microsoft is to close its last remaining music streaming and download service, Groove Music.

Catalan referendum: Anti-police strike hits public services

Crowds are thronging central Barcelona and blocking roads across Catalonia in a protest strike over police violence during the independence…