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Facebook’s reign of unpunished rule-breaking is coming to an end

Sorry seems to be the hardest word, they say. And for tech-superstar-turned-virtual-antichrist Mark..

Ocean-going robot fish blends in with aquatic life

Scientists have developed a soft robotic fish that they can control with sound to swim beside real f..

Research group is making a plan for how Sadiq Khan can...

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan hired London-based artificial intelligence research group CognitionX to p..

The Bank of England is setting up its own fintech hub

The Bank of England (BoE) will set up a fintech hub to monitor developments that could help boost th..

This new Westminster bench has the pollution-fighting capacity of 275 trees

Westminster is trying to bench pollution with a high-tech vertical garden right off Piccadilly Circu..

How to permanently delete your Facebook account

(Picture: AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File) What with the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal, it seems lik..

What does Facebook do with my data?

Facebook makes billions of dollars a year because you give it your data, and it uses that data to he..

Seven things you probably didn’t know about Daylight Saving Time

On Sunday 25 March, the clocks will go forward by one hour, and that means British Summer Time has o..

Supersonic flight is lifting off this year and could be commercial...

Engines are ready for a 3.5-hour flight from London to New York City. Boom Supersonic, the airplane..

Challenger bank Revolut brings out ‘disposable’ virtual cards

In an effort to combat payment fraud, challenger bank Revolut has launched single-use virtual cards...

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