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Thursday briefing: Review samples of the Samsung Galaxy Fold are breaking  Samsung says it is investigating several complaints of faulty hardware samples ahead of the folding smartphone's launch, the web's...
We can only fight climate change if we also focus on the mundane  We could have the best science and the best policies in the world, but if we don’t have the public will behind them, it won’t be enough
The Pinterest IPO is a win for going slow and not breaking things  As Pinterest gets ready for a $12 billion stock market listing, attention turns to a tech startup with a refreshingly different corporate culture
How David Cameron's clean web crusade created the porn block  Six years ago, David Cameron issued a clarion call to create a "good, clean" internet. The porn block is the latest failure on a troubled mission
Zapping our brains with magnets could help reverse memory loss  Memory loss is usually seen as an inevitable part of ageing. But new research suggests that magnetic pulse stimulation can help older brains recover a little of...
The web's infrastructure is under attack from a global hacking spree  DNS is the web's phonebook. Hackers are undermining this crucial system by changing website details and replacing them with fake versions of real sites
The UK's controversial porn block will come into force on July 15  Websites containing pornographic content will have to implement age-verification systems by July 15 or face being blocked in the UK
Twitch Sings isn't for gamers, it's for YouTube and TikTok fans  Twitch Sings, the live-streaming platform's first branded game, moves the site away from hardcore gamers and towards YouTube and TikTok fans
Wednesday briefing: Mark Zuckerberg reportedly hawked Facebook user data to sweeten deals  Leaked documents appear to show Facebook offering preferential user data access to favoured firms, Apple and Qualcomm announce hardware...
You're thinking about smart cities in completely the wrong way  Technology gives us an opportunity to make cities more open, inclusive and democratic. But only if it's used in the right way, says Barcelona's chief...
To change the world, governments need to launch new moonshots  A plastic-free ocean, carbon-neutral cities and decreasing the burden of dementia – these are all huge challenges that can only be solved by bold, inspirational...
Why Tim Cook is a better Apple CEO than Steve Jobs  Think Steve Jobs is the greatest tech CEO ever? Think again: Tim Cook wins hands down on every metric.
The hot, dangerous physics of fighting the Notre Dame fire  Battling temperatures of 1,400°C, firefighters in Paris had to think fast to get on top of a raging inferno before it devoured one of the world's most important...
We need to talk about that brilliant Game of Thrones season opener  We've finally reached the final stretch of Game of Thrones and we were rewarded with multiple brilliant reunions
Tuesday briefing: YouTube's fake news detection tool flagged the Notre Dame fire with 9/11 facts  Automated fact checking misidentified footage of Notre Dame burning as a potential 9/11 conspiracy theory, private dinosaur...
The odd reality of life under China's Orwellian propaganda app  The Study the Great Nation app is China's digital way to keep citizens in check. Earn points by studying the country's propaganda and get rewarded for...
Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales wanted to save journalism. He didn't  When it launched in 2017, WikiTribune had a bold plan to rewrite the journalism rulebook. Less than a year later it had fired all its staff after burning through...
The four things London needs to do to fix its knife crime epidemic  Our reactions to violence often perpetuate the problem rather than stopping it. But studies show that treating violence like a contagious illness could halt...
Monzo's Tom Blomfield on lie-ins, video games and finding his zen  For legacy banks playing catch-up, Monzo is a fast-moving target – but that doesn't mean its founder subscribers to tired entrepreneurial clichés
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