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Instagram announces changes ahead of political grilling
Platform boss unveils new safety features a day before being quizzed by the US Senate.

Ubisoft NFTs, called 'Digits', launch for in-game items
Game maker Ubisoft is launching its in-game NFT system this week.

Hacker named Bowser must pay Nintendo in piracy case
Gary Bowser admitted to making hacking tools that allowed people to play pirated games.

Virgin Media O2 'completes' gigabit upgrade after two years
Virgin Media O2 says it has completed a two-year upgrade of its entire network to gigabit speeds.

US watchdog probes Tesla over solar-panel safety
Fire risks were not properly disclosed by the company, a whistleblower alleges.

Vishal Garg: US boss fires 900 employees over Zoom
"Last time I did this I cried," said the head of the online mortgage lender laying off 15% of his staff.

Rohingya sue Facebook for $150bn over Myanmar hate speech
The social media giant is accused of fuelling violence against the persecuted minority in Myanmar.

Uber prices could rise 20% after UK ruling
In a move that will affect the whole taxi industry, a judge has ruled Uber must make contracts with its customers.

Wall Street watchdogs probe Trump media firm deal
At the weekend the Trump Media and Technology Group said it had secured $1bn of investment.

Byju's and the other side of an edtech giant's dizzying rise
Indian firm Byju's faces allegations of pursuing hyper growth using high pressure sales tactics.

Online Safety Bill : What to expect
Politicians are due to give their recommendations for the landmark piece of legislation.

Spar cyber attack hits more than 300 convenience stores
The attack targeted a company in Lancashire which operates Spar's tills and IT systems.

What is artificial intelligence and why is it important?
Many recent big advances in tech have one key thing at the heart of then: artificial intelligence.

What are algorithms and how do they work?
A huge amount of our lives is influenced by algorithms. Here's how they work.

What are quantum computers and what are they used for?
Companies around the world are racing to create a new generation of computers.

Bitcoin: What are crypto-currencies?
Fans of crypto-currencies say they are the future of money - but at what cost?

How do you turn off the internet?
How easy would it be for a government to block one of the biggest sources of news and information?

Virtual yacht sells for $650,000 and other tech news
LJ Rich looks at the best of the week's technology news stories.

Why Mars-bound astronauts may go to Iceland first
With a similar landscape to other worlds, it could aid research into extra-terrestrial missions.

Duolingo boss: 'Develop your social skills'
Luis von Ahn, co-founder and CEO of language-learning app Duolingo, shares his business advice.

‘I’m blind but technology helps me animate’
Elodie Bateson, 11, from Limavady who is blind has become an expert at making short animated movies.

'World's fastest' all-electric plane and other tech news
LJ Rich looks at the best of the week's technology news stories.

Lara Croft: 25 years of Tomb Raider and a British gaming icon
The team behind Lara Croft talk to Newsbeat about her history and where she goes next.

Africa's patchy transport network gets a tech boost
The first year of a free trade deal in Africa has spurred investment, but more needs to be done.

The tech helping shops - and Santa - deliver this Christmas
A number of tech solutions are out there to help retailers optimise sending out our presents.

Why broken African phones are shipped to Europe
A lack of recycling facilities in Africa has spurred one Dutch company to import broken phones.

Can South Africa embrace renewable energy from the sun?
South Africa's main electricity company Eskom plans to switch from using coal to renewable energy.

The 99-year-old cyclist who has won a world silver medal
How a former World War Two pilot came second in a cycling competition for older people.

The small nuclear power plants billed as an energy fix
A host of firms are developing mini nuclear reactors but questions remain over safety and costs.

The mums using Instagram to offer advice to new parents
Covid has led to an increase in parenting gurus using social media to support new mums and dads.



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