Tesla profit surge driven by record car deliveries

The electric carmaker's revenues nearly doubled in the three months to 30 June compared with last year.
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Over-60s with only virtual contact 'more lonely'

UK-US research finds old people who used only telephone and online communication were more lonely.
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Bezos' $2bn offer to get back in race to the Moon

The billionaire offers to cover $2bn in Nasa costs to be reconsidered for a Moon lander contract.
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Amazon Bitcoin job ad boosts cryptocurrency surge

News Amazon is hiring a digital-currency expert has helped boost the value of Bitcoin.
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Shares in Chinese online tutoring firms slump after shake-up

It is one of the biggest ever overhauls of China's $120bn private tutoring industry.
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Tencent shares slide after Beijing crackdown on music rights

China's market watchdog said the technology giant broke the country's anti-competition rules.
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Face palm: When the emoji you want doesn't exist

There are about 3,000 emojis to choose from but what happens when the one you want isn't there?
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Zuckerberg wants Facebook to become online 'metaverse'

CEO wants users to work, game and communicate in a virtual world, often using VR headsets.
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Printer ink pricier than champagne finds Which?

According to a Which survey a pint of printer ink could cost up to £1,300.
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Ransomware key to unlock customer data from REvil attack

The gang behind the attack had previously asked for $70m to access the stolen files.
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AI breakthrough could spark medical revolution

A program has been used to predict the structures of nearly every protein in the human body.
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Gun owners' fears after firearms dealer data breach

Thousands of records from the popular shotgun and rifle sales site Guntrader were posted to the dark web.
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Twitter and Snap add users as restrictions ease

The social media companies passed analysts' expectations with their latest financial update.
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Vineyards set to go high tech with smart systems

Changing climate conditions and water shortages see some Australian wine growers turn to technology.
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Beach rover picks up cigarette butts and other tech news

Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
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Cyber-flashing: 'I get explicit messages every day'

Influencer Elle Edwards lets us inside her DMs to show the extent of sexual abuse faced by women online.
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Spyware: The software that watches you

BBC’s cyber reporter, Joe Tidy, agreed to be spied on to understand the spyware experience further.
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Custom glasses: Will 3D-printing change our eyewear?

Eyewear can be more tailored to an individual’s face producing a better fit and reduce overstocking.
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Can better tech make video meetings less excruciating?

Technology firms are scrambling to add new features but will video calls improve.
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Why remote working leaves us vulnerable to cyber-attacks

Experts warn working from home has led to complacency over security protocols
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Covid: Will lockdown change England's new tech habits?

The pandemic brought about big changes in the way people use tech - the question is will they last?
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What does a future-proofed home look like?

The technology exists to make homes more resilient to extreme weather, but it can be expensive.
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Zoomtown-on-Sea? The lure of a new life on the coast

Remote working meant the Lancaster family could live anywhere - they found their sea view in Scarborough.
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Pegasus scandal: Are we all becoming unknowing spies?

We may be stepping into a world in which we are all spies - and at the same time are all spied on.
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Finding 'Grace': Murder, DNA and ancestry

How a novel use of DNA and ancestry websites is helping police uncover clues in cold case murders.
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Why was my tweet about football labelled abusive?

A BBC journalist sets out to discover how Twitter moderates posts after he was banned from the platform.
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