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Facebook is changing to the way it runs its Trending Topics feed, following an internal investigation. The social network has announced more training for staff...

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Who would have thought that something as simple as copying data would create so much fuss and upheaval; but the confusion starts to make...

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Twitter will stop counting photos and links in its 140-character limit for tweets, according to a report from Bloomberg. The change could be made within...

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In recent years, we’ve gotten to a point where our day-to-day business operations would be a mess without technology. We’d be lost without smartphones,...

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Mercury has made a rare transit in front of the Sun, the third such pass of 14 the planet will make this century. The little...

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Craig Wright, who has claimed to be the inventor of Bitcoin, has reneged on a promise to present new "proof" to support his case. The...

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Chinese company Xintong Tiandi Technology which sells handbags and other leather goods can continue to use the name "iPhone" after Apple lost the trademark...

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Fiat Chrysler and Google have signed a deal to double the size of the tech giant's fleet of self-driving cars. The auto maker will supply...

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Solar Impulse has landed in Phoenix, Arizona, after ending the first leg across the continental United States in its attempt to fly around the...

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Craig Wright has publicly identified himself as digital cash system Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. The Australian entrepreneur’s admission ends years of speculation about who came...

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Roaming charges across the European Union are being capped starting with April 30, 2016. Thanks to the new roaming rules, the cost of making and...

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Audio recording is a standard practice done by several insurance companies and health care professionals to make important inputs about insurance claims and patient...

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SpaceX’s Elon Musk has announced he is planning to send his Dragon spacecraft to Mars by 2018. The billionaire has long targeted a trip to...

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Fullscreen has launched its own subscription video platform to rival YouTube's offering. Until now, the online talent company has worked on free platforms such as...

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Solar Impulse has landed in California after a three-day flight over the Pacific Ocean. High winds delayed the solar-powered plane’s landing at Moffett Airfield, Mountain...

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Some 171 countries signed the Paris climate deal at United Nations headquarters on April 22 - a record number for a new international treaty. About...

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Tesla has unveiled its lowest-cost vehicle to date, Model 3 electric car. The price and range of the five-seater should make Model 3 appealing to...

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Samsung’s mobile wallet service has been launched in China, in co-operation with local vendor UnionPay. Instead of using cards, Samsung Pay allows shoppers to use...

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The Feds have revealed the FBI has managed to unlock the iPhone of the San Bernardino gunman without Apple's help, ending a court case. Apple...

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Electronic gadgets make a great gift for your friends on any special occasion. It can be difficult to find the gadget you want from...

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Smartphones make traveling by plane easier than it ever has been before. With myriad apps to help you get flight information, navigate unfamiliar airports,...

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Shop owners agree that the clients of today’s manufacturers increasingly expect their suppliers to have in-house coordinate measuring machines. Internal quality assurance capabilities mean...

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Apple has unveiled smaller versions of the iPhone and iPad Pro – the iPhone SE and iPad Pro 9.7-inch - at an event hosted...

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Pope Francis gained 10,000 followers within hours after joining Instagram on March 19. The Pontiff has only posted two photos so far but there are...

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The computer is an iconic piece of technology that revolutionised the world. Sometimes, we take it for granted and don’t realise how much has...