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Facebook users seeing less violent and graphic content – report

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Cyber attack targets Glasgow Caledonian University

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IFA tech trade show cancelled over ongoing Covid-19 ‘uncertainties’

Ai-Da: Portrait of the Robot

Self-portraits by robot artist go on display at the Design Museum

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Ambulance crews to use iPads to improve patient care in England

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AI uses time and weather data to predict out-of-hospital cardiac arrest risk

The footage was captured by the Solar Orbiter, which was launched in February 2020

Powerful eruptions on the sun filmed for the first time

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YouTube has ‘role to play’ in encouraging young people to get Covid vaccine

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YouTube teams up with NHS to encourage young people to get Covid jab

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Santander says services are restored after hours-long technical glitch

Tesla crash

Crash victim had posted videos on social media of him in Tesla on autopilot

Santander has apologised for a “technical problem” which saw people report they could not access the app or online banking (Mike Egerton/PA)

Santander says sorry and vows people will not be out of pocket amid tech glitch

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Santander customers unable to make payments due to ‘technical problem’

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Tesla in fatal California crash ‘was on autopilot’

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Older people embracing technology to beat loneliness during pandemic – study

Sentinel-3 satellite image shows an unusual and rare blanket of snow covering a large swathe of Spain, including its capital Madrid, during a cold snap in January 2021 (ESA/PA)

Satellites play vital role in detecting climate change, say scientists

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Natural History Museum aims to be ‘digital’ attraction to reach new audiences

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Government urged to consider criminal charges for tech bosses over online safety