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Shrinking biodiversity severely threatening food supply - UN  Sky News · 15 minutes
A study carried out by the UN has warned that humanity's food supply it at risk if biodiversity in food and agriculture continues to shrink. more
Spacecraft successfully lands on small asteroid 186m miles from Earth  Sky News · 6 hours
A Japanese spacecraft has landed on an asteroid more than 186 million miles from Earth on a mission to uncover clues about the origins of life. more
Fortnite and Nestle pulling YouTube ads over abuse fears  Sky News · 14 hours
Companies including Disney, Nestle and the producer Fornite are pulling advertisements from YouTube over concerns relating to child abuse. more
Baby ray 'hatches' after two months in plastic bag  Sky News · 18 hours
A premature baby ray has taken its first wobbly swim after spending two months in a plastic sandwich bag used to save its life.   more
Neptune's new moon given Greek mythological name  Sky News · 20 hours
A tiny moon of Neptune discovered in 2013 has finally been named after scientists have finished puzzling over its origins. more
Samsung vs Apple: The real differences in 2019  Sky News · 20 hours
While both Samsung and Apple are losing ground to Chinese competitors in the global smartphone market, this is primarily among mid-tier consumers - not those angling for premium devices. more
Scientists discover why zebras have stripes  Sky News · 23 hours
Scientists have discovered that zebras have stripes in order to ward off blood-sucking flies, who get dazzled by their colours and have trouble landing. more
iPhone sales slump 11% as Chinese competitors gain ground  Sky News · 1 day
As global sales of smartphones stall, the two companies with the largest slice of the market are losing ground to competition from China. more
Samsung unveils foldable phone - with eye-watering price  Sky News · 2 days
Samsung has unveiled its first foldable smartphone - the first device of its kind from a major phone maker. more
UK has 'toughest oversight regime' for Huawei  Sky News · 2 days
The head of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre says the UK had established the "toughest and most rigorous oversight regime in the world for Huawei". more
Russian hacking campaign spotted ahead of EU elections  Sky News · 2 days
Microsoft has detected a hacking campaign targeting democratic institutions ahead of the European Union elections this year, from a group believed to be sponsored by the Russian government. more
Don't try this at home: Why grapes explode in the microwave  Sky News · 2 days
Scientists have dug into a viral YouTube video from 2011 to solve the mystery of why grapes explode into fireballs when cooked together in a microwave... more
UK would be 'irresponsible' to allow Huawei network access  Sky News · 2 days
The UK would be "naive" and "irresponsible" to allow Chinese tech giant Huawei to contribute to the UK's next mobile phone network, a defence think-tank says. more
Grapes explode in the microwave - scientists find out why  Sky News · 2 days
Scientists have dug into a viral YouTube video from 2011 to solve the mystery of why grapes explode into fireballs when cooked together in a microwave oven. more
Advertising body accused of data law breaches  Sky News · 2 days
An organisation which sets standards for online advertising has been accused of knowingly breaching data protection laws, according to legal complaints filed with regulators in the UK and Ireland. more
Drone 'no fly zone' around airports to be extended  Sky News · 2 days
The "no fly zone" for drones around UK airports is set to be extended under plans announced by the government and the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) today.  more
New spherical display could be the future of VR  Sky News · 3 days
Virtual Reality tech has the capability to make their users feel completely immersed in another world, but this can be difficult to achieve when looking at a flat screen. more
Hundreds of thousands of new galaxies discovered  Sky News · 3 days
Hundreds of thousands of unknown galaxies have been discovered in a major new international radio survey of the sky. more
How do click beetles jump without legs?  Sky News · 3 days
Click beetles are an unusual insect species, capable of launching themselves from ground with more than eight times the acceleration of a space shuttle - and without using their legs. more
Scientist who popularised term 'global warming' dies  Sky News · 3 days
A scientist who popularised the term "global warming" to describe climate change has died aged 87. more
Great white sharks could help cure cancer in humans  Sky News · 3 days
Great white sharks could help scientists to discover a cure for cancer in humans thanks to their huge and extraordinary genome. more
Social networks to become liable for content on their platforms  Sky News · 4 days
The government is planning to make social networks liable for the content on their platforms, but will stop short of giving them the same liability as traditional publishers... more
Huawei risks can be managed, UK cyber chiefs conclude  Sky News · 4 days
Any risks from using equipment made by Chinese tech firm Huawei in the rollout of 5G networks can be managed, UK cyber security chiefs have concluded. more
'Honeypot of juicy political gossip hoovered up' in Oz cyber attack  Sky News · 4 days
A "sophisticated state actor" has carried out a cyber attack on the Australian parliament's computing network - just a month before an election. more
Facebook is a 'digital gangster': Fake news report published  Sky News · 4 days
MPs are calling for a code of ethics to ensure social media platforms remove harmful content and fake news from their sites. more
MPs call for ethics code to tackle fake news on social media  Sky News · 4 days
MPs are calling for a code of ethics to ensure social media platforms remove harmful content and fake news from their sites. more
MPs call for ethics code to tackle fakes news on social media  Sky News · 4 days
MPs are calling for a code of ethics to ensure social media platforms remove harmful content and fake news from their sites. more
MPs call for govt to examine Russian influence on Brexit  Sky News · 4 days
A parliamentary inquiry into disinformation has called on the government to investigate the Russian state's attempts to influence the EU referendum. more
Branson hunts cash for Virgin space ventures  Sky News · 6 days
Sir ‎Richard Branson is hunting new funds for his commercial space ventures, months after halting a $1bn (£775m) Saudi-funded deal amid an international furore over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. more
Elon Musk's 'malicious' AI too dangerous to release  Sky News · 7 days
An artificial intelligence system developed by Elon Musk's OpenAI organisation is too dangerous to be released, the group believes. more
Harpoon to pierce junk tested in space for first time  Sky News · 7 days
A harpoon designed to clear harmful space junk has been tested for the first time. more
Facebook facing record fine from US regulator  Sky News · 7 days
Facebook is negotiating a record fine with the US Federal Trade Commission over violations of user's privacy, it has been reported. more
Google 'satisfies' Russia over censorship demands  Sky News · 7 days
Google is reported to have "satisfied" the Russian communications regulator over demands it censor people's web searches. more
Facebook exposed US agents to Iranian spies  Sky News · 1 week
The US Department of Justice has refused to comment on the revelation that counter-intelligence staff were exposed to Iranian spies by using a Facebook group which was infiltrated. more
Merging neutron stars to reveal secrets about the structure of matter  Sky News · 1 week
Measuring the grativational waves produced by the merging of two neutron stars will reveal secrets about the fundamental structure of matter in the universe, according to... more
New pill could reduce asthma attacks, trials show  Sky News · 1 week
An advanced clinical trial of a new pill to treat asthma led by scientists at the University of Leicester has shown good results for sufferers. more
NASA mission to deliver 'clues to one of science's greatest mysteries'  Sky News · 1 week
NASA has selected a new space mission which will help it understand the origins of the universe. more
Software pirates hijack Apple tech and release rip-off iPhone apps  Sky News · 1 week
Hacked versions of iPhone apps such as Spotify, Minecraft and Pokemon Go have been distributed by software pirates who have hijacked Apple's technology. more
NASA mission SphereX to explore origins of universe  Sky News · 1 week
NASA has selected a new space mission which will help it understand the origins of the universe. more
Pirates using Apple tech to put hacked apps on iPhones  Sky News · 1 week
Hacked versions of iPhone apps such as Spotify, Minecraft and Pokemon Go have been distributed by software pirates who have hijacked Apple's technology. more
Ex-Apple lawyer accused of $600k insider trading gains  Sky News · 1 week
A lawyer who oversaw Apple's insider trading safeguards is facing charges of using confidential information to earn $600,000 (£466,000). more
NASA declares Mars rover dead after 15 years  Sky News · 1 week
Opportunity - NASA's longest-running rover on Mars - has been declared dead, 15 years after it landed on the red planet. more
US charges former agent with spying for Iran  Sky News · 1 week
A former US air force counter-intelligence officer has been charged with revealing classified information to Iran. more
'Utterly fascinating' rare giant pangolins caught on camera  Sky News · 1 week
Rare giant pangolins - sometimes known as scaly anteaters for their protective armour - have been captured on camera. more
There might be an underground volcano on Mars  Sky News · 1 week
Scientists believe a liquid water lake discovered last year beneath Mars' southern ice cap would need an underground volcano to prevent it from freezing over. more
NASA to pull plug on Mars rover after 15 years  Sky News · 1 week
NASA is to make a final attempt to contact its Opportunity rover on Mars before pulling the plug on the mission after 15 years. more
NASA to pull plug on silent Opportunity rover on Mars  Sky News · 1 week
NASA is to make a final attempt to contact its Opportunity rover on Mars before pulling the plug on the mission after 15 years. more
Violent video games 'not linked to teen aggression'  Sky News · 1 week
Playing violent video games has no link to teenage aggression, new research has found. more
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