BT to introduce inflation-busting price rises

Most broadband and phone bills will rise by more than 9% at the end of March, BT says.
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Apple AirTags - 'A perfect tool for stalking'

Apple’s AirTags are great for finding lost items. But they have a darker side.
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Wordle developer donates in-app spend to charity

The developer of a game with the same name as viral hit Wordle gives away the money spent on it.
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MPs doubt government will meet 1Gbps broadband target

There is no detailed plan for remote areas commercial providers will not cover, a committee of MPs says.
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Should bad science be censored on social media?

A Royal Society report recommends against censoring scientific misinformation online.
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Sony slides on Microsoft-Activision Blizzard tie-up plan

The deal would be a major step for Microsoft's Xbox gaming brand in its battle against Sony's PlayStation.
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The women facing rape threats and abuses on Clubhouse

The women say right-wing trolls in India targeted them for criticising Narendra Modi and his government.
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Gloucester Council cyber attack linked to Russian hackers

It is believed the malware made its way into the council's system embedded in an email.
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Love Island contestants called out over social media ads

Anna Vakili, Belle Hassan and Francesca Allen are named and shamed by the advertising watchdog.
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New laws to tackle misleading crypto-asset adverts

The government is worried some consumers may not understand what they are buying.
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Mobile firms agree another 5G delay at US airports

Airlines have pushed for postponement, saying risks from 5G will force them to cancel flights.
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New campaign aims to stop more encrypted apps

No Place to Hide says end-to-end encryption makes it harder to detect child abuse.
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Aldi opens its first till-free supermarket

The supermarket will bill people after they leave the store as part of a trial using new technology.
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Amazon halts plan to block UK Visa credit cards amid talks

Plans to block the cards are halted as the two sides continue to try to resolve a dispute over payment fees.
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Microsoft plans to buy Call of Duty company Activision Blizzard for nearly $70bn

It's the biggest deal in gaming history, bringing some of the world's most popular titles to Game Pass.
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REvil ransomware gang arrested in Russia

Russian authorities dismantle the notorious cyber-crime gang at the request of the United States.
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Pebbles get caught in Mars rover and other tech news

LJ Rich looks at the best of the week's technology news stories.
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From carpenter to property app founder

Michael Cockburn, co-founder of office-working app Desana, shares his business advice.
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The rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes

The founder of the once promising start-up Theranos has been found guilty of fraud. What went wrong?
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NHS hospital uses robot technology

Southmead hospital in Bristol is using robots to help improve services.
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Games to look out for in 2022

The BBC's gaming reporter Steffan Powell runs through what to look out for over the coming year.
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Facebook Messenger: The battle over end-to-end encryption

The battle-lines have been drawn - but what is end-to-end encryption and why is it controversial?
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5G phones: How serious is the threat to US flights?

Ten leading US airlines are warning that the expansion of 5G services could be disastrous.
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How Nigeria succeeded in clipping Twitter's wings

Some fear that Twitter agreeing to new rules in Nigeria may encourage others to restrict social media.
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What can we do to get more women into coding?

How visual, auditory and kinesthetic tools used to teach kids coding should be adapted for adults.
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How delivery apps created 'the Netflix of food ordering'

Innovative food delivery apps offer everything from multiple restaurant orders to home chef cuisine.
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The controversy of wood pellets as a green energy source

Wood pellets are touted as a 'green' way to make electricity, but many reject these claims.
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The AI software that could turn you in to a music star

Artificial intelligence is now smart enough to write tracks that earn streaming service royalties.
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The companies offering delivery to the Moon

Intuitive Machines and its rivals hope to make the first US moon landings since Apollo 17 in 1972.
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CES: Should the world’s biggest tech show have gone ahead?

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has gone ahead in Las Vegas, despite the pandemic.
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Elizabeth Holmes: Has the Theranos scandal changed Silicon Valley?

Could a Theranos scandal happen again or has Silicon Valley learnt its lesson?
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Miners experiment with hydrogen to power giant trucks

Anglo American is testing a hydrogen-powered giant truck in a bid to make its business greener.
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The robot chefs that can cook your Christmas dinner

If you fancy not having to do the cooking on 25 December then a robotic chef might be the solution.
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