As the pre-Christmas present-buying frenzy reaches fever pitch, over 100 million parcels are expected to be delivered in the coming weeks. Yet, the approaching future where the expectant knock at the door is replaced by a phone alert that the delivery drone has landed, can only happen after new safety
Russia involved in leak of papers saying NHS is for sale, says Reddit. Documents, believed to be genuine, were used by Jeremy Corbyn to lambast Tory party
Cranky Uncle game takes on climate crisis denial and fake newsApp equips players with skills to identify misinformation in real world and online
The Guardian's all-new Daily app: 'It's a snapshot of how we see the world'. The team behind our new daily news app explain how it differs to our existing products, and why so many readers want to read our coverage at a slower pace
Elon Musk did not defame British cave explorer, jury findsVernon Unsworth’s legal team had sought at least $190m in damages after Tesla CEO called him ‘pedo guy’
The US tech billionaire Elon Musk has been found not liable for defamation after being sued by a British cave expert he had called a "pedo guy" on Twitter.
British cave explorer demands $190m in damages from Elon Musk over 'pedo guy' comment. A Los Angeles jury is expected to weigh in later on Friday whether the Tesla CEO defamed Vernon Unsworth on Twitter
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What Tinder's biggest 2019 trends reveal about how people are datingThe dating platform an analysis of user data and activity in the last year, that tells us how the world dated on the app in 2019
The new Xbox is already in at least one person's house – and you might be playing against people who are on one without realising it.Xbox boss Phil Spencer has confirmed that he has a version of the console in his house and is currently playing it.
Apple's future iPhones could get rid of ports entirely, according to a new report.The 2021 model is rumoured to drop the charging plug at the bottom of the phone and instead rely on people charging and syncing their iPhone entirely wirelessly, usually reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has claimed
Tasmania’s first self-driving electric bus was introduced in Hobart on December 6 as part of a cross-agency initiative to “will explore the future of new forms of public transport,” according to a statement from the city. Lord Mayor Anna Reynolds said it signaled “exciting” times ahead for Tasmania.
Citymapper has launched a “main road” function for people wishing to stick to busier routes after dark.The update was launched this week on iOS, and last week on Android, the app confirmed to The Independent.
When Arthur C Clarke invented the sociopathic computer HAL 9000, which menaced astronauts in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, he insisted it was merely a coincidence that the name was just one letter shift away from IBM.
Samsung's next flagship device might be more camera than smartphone, with the latest Galaxy S11 leak revealing a host of highly-impressive lenses and sensors.New rumours appear to confirm previous reports that the Galaxy S11 will come with a 108-megapixel image sensor, while also revealing new details
Artificial-intelligence judges, cyber-courts, and verdicts delivered on chat apps -- welcome to China's brave new world of justice spotlighted by authorities this week.
Software quality in a world of microservices and continuous deploymentHow the role of quality assurance at the Guardian has adapted to support today’s fast paced software landscape.
Telefonica will buy some of the core equipment for its planned 5G mobile network in Spain from Chinese telecoms giant Huawei but also choose a second provider next year, a company spokesman said on Friday. The move, first reported by Spanish economic daily Expansion, marks a strategic shift for Telefonica
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