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The big problem of building waste and how to tackle it

If you have been involved in any sort of construction project recently, then you will be familiar with all the complaints about the soaring...

Click News: AI body scanner detects skin cancer

BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at the best tech news stories of the week including: Apple unveiled new iPhone 13 handsets which come with...

High-speed internet via airborne beams of light

A novel way of delivering high-speed internet via beams of light through the air has successfully transmitted data across the Congo River. It means that...

Mosquitoes ‘vacuumed up’ by breathing traps

More than 300 mosquito-catching machines have been deployed in the French town of Hyères after the insects started to affect tourism. The Qista machines mimic...

File-sharing crackdowns from lawyers and police

Internet users who allegedly illegally shared or downloaded the film Ava are being threatened with legal action. Following a court order issued on Voltage's behalf,...

Wikipedia blames pro-China infiltration for bans

Wikipedia has suffered an "infiltration" that sought to advance the aims of China, the US non-profit organisation that owns the volunteer-edited encyclopaedia has said. According...

OpenSea admits insider trading of NFTs it promoted

An employee at OpenSea, the largest digital collectible marketplace, used inside knowledge to buy NFTs before they were promoted on the website. NFTs are one-of-a-kind...

Apple iPhone 13 brings portrait mode for video

Apple has announced its new iPhone 13, which can film "portrait mode" videos with a depth of field effect. According to Apple, the new cinematic...

Microsoft’s passwordless plans lets users switch to app-based login

Microsoft has announced users can now delete all passwords from their accounts and instead login using an authenticator app or other solution. In March, the...

Three ex-US intelligence officers admit hacking for UAE

Three former US intelligence operatives have admitted to breaking US laws by carrying out hacking operations for the United Arab Emirates. US prosecutors said the...

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