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Daily Telegraph
05/10/2022 02:12:32
Ericsson keeps supplying Russia despite Ukraine invasion
How Mark Zuckerberg got lost in a bizarre virtual world
Lord Vaizey joins cryptocurrency business which poses ‘significant risk’ to consumers
Amazon, Google and Microsoft's dominance of cloud services investigated
Have deepfakes got talent?
Junk science: Apple founder Steve Wozniak's mission to clean up space
Sir Richard Branson-backed bid to launch rocket from Cornwall pushed back again
Inflation will burst this tech bubble – and good riddance to its New Age cranks
Apple iPad Pro 2021 review: stuck in the Mac’s shadow
Electric car revolution risks mountain of toxic battery waste
Elon Musk fights to rid rural Britain of sluggish broadband in battle with BT
Tech Hot 100: How Britain's tech start-ups are being powered by global talent
Tech Hot 100: Time to make diversity pay
Tech Hot 100: Britain should cheer on its billion pound start-up crowd
Tech Hot 100: Winners and losers from the year of Covid
Coming to a headset near you, a chance to walk among ‘ghosts’
ByHarry de Quetteville
The European start-ups gunning for Elon Musk's electric car crown
Meet the cyber mercenaries – and the activists trying to stop them
Oxford seeks to keep pace in hunt for game-changing vaccine
Meet the tech entrepreneur who believes he can defuse the NHS's Covid timebomb
ByHarry de Quetteville
How two brothers from rural Ireland built a $115bn payments giant
The British genetics boss on the frontline of the coronavirus epidemic
ByHarry de Quetteville
‘All drugs will be designed by computers by 2030’
ByHarry de Quetteville
Tony Blair’s son on his mission to dismantle his father’s education goals
ByHarry de Quetteville
Revolut does not deserve a banking licence
Risk of errors in Revolut accounts, warns watchdog
Revolut faces its moment of truth as fintech bubble threatens to burst
Cybersecurity start-up advised by former GCHQ chief lays off 10pc of staff
Indian voices edited out of customer service calls by Silicon Valley start-up
Taxpayer-backed tech startup faces administration as investor writes off £79m stake
Channel 4 chief says it does not want to be like Amazon where staff ‘have to pee in bottles’
Google faces £20bn claim for depriving newspapers of ad revenue
Apple to allow iPhone users to delete and edit text messages
Deepfake tech allows Bruce Willis to return to the screen without ever being on set
Elon Musk’s robot offspring are too stupid to lead a revolution
Keeping Darth Vader’s voice alive is a real wheeze for Ukrainian AI
Duty of Care campaign
God save us from the wicked social media giants
Molly Russell tragedy will recur as social media bombards children with self-harm content
TikTok could face £27m fine for endangering children
FIFA 23 review: long-running franchise bows out on a high with a little something for everyone
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Scientific American
05/10/2022 02:12:16
Public HealthThe Government Is Racing to Put Your Toilet Under Surveillance—For a Good Reason
StatisticsEven Mathematicians Need Help Understanding Statistics
NeurologyHow Squishy Math Is Revealing Doughnuts in the Brain
Public HealthThe Government Is Racing to Put Your Toilet Under Surveillance—For a Good Reason
StatisticsEven Mathematicians Need Help Understanding Statistics
NeurologyHow Squishy Math Is Revealing Doughnuts in the Brain
Particle PhysicsSee the Facility That Tests whether Nuclear Weapons Work
PollutionThe Sky Needs Its ‘Silent Spring’ Moment
Extraterrestrial Life50, 100 & 150 Years Ago: October 2022
FoodHow to Brew the Perfect Cup of Coffee, According to Science
Fossil FuelsWhat Do Mysterious Nord Stream Methane Leaks Mean for Climate Change?
Viking Textiles Show Women Had Tremendous Power
The Sky Needs Its 'Silent Spring' Moment
How Squishy Math Is Revealing Doughnuts in the Brain
See the Facility That Tests whether Nuclear Weapons Work
How Gaslighting Manipulates Reality
Subverting Climate Science in the Classroom
Why Kids Are Afraid to Ask for Help
Teaching about Racism Is Essential for Education
We Need More Health Clinics at Schools

BBC
05/10/2022 02:12:34
Renewable energy company cuts down primary forest
Sleeping in barns - homeless in the countryside
Eurasian Beaver now legally protected in England
'Shiny, sparkly object' in James Webb space image
Nasa and SpaceX consider Hubble re-boost mission
Revealed: Huge gas flaring emissions never reported
Green activists killed 'every two days' in decade
Sleeping in barns - homeless in the countryside
Eurasian Beaver now legally protected in England
'Shiny, sparkly object' in James Webb space image
Nasa and SpaceX consider Hubble re-boost mission
Revealed: Huge gas flaring emissions never reported
Green activists killed 'every two days' in decade
William 'comforted' by environment prize support
'Tax fossil fuel profits for climate damage'
Pakistan floods 'likely' made worse by warming
Charles will not cool on climate action, say friends
Video 1 minuteDirect hit as Nasa smashes spacecraft into asteroid
Ringed Neptune captured by James Webb telescope
'Once in a lifetime' photo of comet wins award
Satellites now get full-year view of Arctic sea-ice
Bezos rocket malfunctions on trip to space
Renewable energy company cuts down primary forest
They stayed for the storm - what happens now?
Beach cleaners join forces for clean-up
Giant plants make epic journey to new home
Badger breaks into family's home during the night
Protests held over climate crisis and energy rises
Hundreds join cost of living rally
Tesla shows off humanoid robot prototype
Ceremony for replica Iron Age roundhouse
Therapy ponies bring joy to care home residents
Rare sighting of first fossa pups born at zoo
Off-gridders are one step ahead in energy crisis
Ian batters South Carolina in second US landfall
Eurasian Beaver now legally protected in England
Rare tree dormouse not seen for 20 years found in Austria
Gene test spared baby unnecessary chemotherapy
Firefighters' new smart helmet could save lives
Rangers find 18 dead swans in river

New Scientist

05/10/2022 02:12:16
We are finally waking up to the causes of insomnia and how to treat it
Chronic fatigue syndrome linked to almost 200 genetic variants
'Superagers' with sharp memories in their 80s have larger neurons
Stealth rubber coating could make submarines nearly invisible to sonar
Uganda struggles to contain Ebola variant with no approved vaccine
A long-lost rogue planet could explain unexpectedly distant asteroids
All That Breathes review: Rescuing raptors in Delhi
Computer made from swirly magnets can recognise handwritten digits
'Superagers' with sharp memories in their 80s have larger neurons
Stealth rubber coating could make submarines nearly invisible to sonar
How ancient glass destroyed by the Beirut explosion was reconstructed
How NASA's DART spacecraft will divert asteroids
Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2022
Remastered Apollo images reveal hidden details of NASA lunar missions
New Scientist Live 2022 - Festival teaser video
'Superagers' with sharp memories in their 80s have larger neurons
How ancient glass destroyed by the Beirut explosion was reconstructed
Striking photos show scale of development in sub-Saharan Africa
NASA’s Juno spacecraft takes closest images of Europa for 20 years
SpaceX may help the Hubble Space Telescope boost its lifespan

05/10/2022 02:12:33
Nobel prize in physics awarded to pioneers of quantum information
Chronic fatigue syndrome linked to almost 200 genetic variants
Nobel prize awarded for study of human evolution using ancient DNA
Striking photos show scale of development in sub-Saharan Africa
Our ancestors’ prenatal growth sped up after we split from chimps
AI can tell which buildings are energy efficient from the outside
Experiments hint at how molecules essential to all life first arose
Why itching can be contagious: Reflex pathway is identified in mice
Eating in a 10-hour window may reduce the health harms of shift work
How hacking your metabolism can help you burn fat and prevent disease
Detailed simulation reveals new explanation for the moon's formation
How ancient glass destroyed by the Beirut explosion was reconstructed
How NASA's DART spacecraft will divert asteroids
Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2022
Remastered Apollo images reveal hidden details of NASA lunar missions
Detailed simulation reveals new explanation for the moon's formation
Why itching can be contagious: Reflex pathway is identified in mice
Eating in a 10-hour window may reduce the health harms of shift work
Nord Stream pipes leaked 'enormous' amount of methane into atmosphere
What’s causing a mass die-off of crabs on the UK coast?


Nature
05/10/2022 02:12:19
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