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Cutting the cord: Landline phone use halves as data soars  Sky News · 2 weeks
British phone users are ditching dialogue for data, according to a survey by Ofcom. more
Chinese students could be playing games with their eyesight  Sky News · 2 weeks
Lu Daimeng shares his sparse dormitory with eight other students. more
Galactic collision could wake up Milky Way black hole  Sky News · 2 weeks
New research has predicted that a galactic collision could wake the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way and cause it to swell ten times over and devour... more
German politicians' data stolen and posted online  Sky News · 2 weeks
Hundreds of politicians in Germany, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, have had their data stolen and posted online according to reports. more
Extortionists offering celeb plastic surgery photos  Sky News · 2 weeks
A cyber crime group calling itself "The Dark Overlord" is offering stolen celebrities' cosmetic surgery photographs to the media to bolster an extortion campaign targeting the celebs themselves. more
Hotel becomes first in UK to be battery-powered  Sky News · 2 weeks
A Scottish hotel has become the first in the UK to be powered by battery. more
Rover starts making tracks after landing on the moon  Sky News · 2 weeks
A new photograph released by China's space agency shows its lunar rover, Jade Rabbit 2, making tracks on the soft surface of the far side of the moon. more
No direct evidence that screen time is actually bad for kids  Sky News · 2 weeks
It is impossible to recommend appropriate screen time for children as there is not enough evidence to confirm that it is actually harmful, says a new... more
Huawei punishes staff after iPhone used for official tweet  Sky News · 2 weeks
Chinese tech firm Huawei has demoted two employees after an iPhone was used to send a Happy New Year greeting from its official Twitter account. more
Apple sales alert: Should tech giant have seen it coming?  Sky News · 2 weeks
Apple's shock cut to its sales forecast is a dramatic move that has raised more questions than answers. more
Apple alert raises fresh questions for tech giant  Sky News · 2 weeks
Apple's shock cut to its sales forecast is a dramatic move that has raised more questions than answers. more
Hummingbird beaks evolving for better fighting  Sky News · 2 weeks
Hummingbirds' bills and tongues have been exquisitely honed by evolution to feed on the nectar inside tropical South America's slender flowers. more
Global tech stocks rocked by Apple warning  Sky News · 2 weeks
Global stocks were shaken by Apple's decision to slash its revenue forecast for the first time in more than 15 years amid weak demand in China. more
Chinese spacecraft is first to land on far side of moon  Sky News · 2 weeks
A Chinese spacecraft has become the first to land successfully on the far side of the moon, according to state media. more
Breath test for cancer being trialled in UK  Sky News · 2 weeks
Cancer could be diagnosed with a breathalyser test in future, scientists have revealed. more
Apple cuts sales forecast as US-China trade war bites  Sky News · 2 weeks
Apple boss Tim Cook has blamed the US-China trade war as he warned of "disappointing" quarterly sales for the iPhone maker. more
Apple cuts sales forecast as China slowdown bites  Sky News · 2 weeks
Apple boss Tim Cook has blamed the US-China trade war as he warned of lower than expected quarterly sales for the iPhone maker. more
Clearest image yet of 'snowman' space rock  Sky News · 2 weeks
NASA has released the first high-definition images of Ultima Thule - a 20-mile long space rock, a billion miles beyond Pluto. more
NASA spacecraft 'phones home' after historic journey  Sky News · 2 weeks
An unmanned NASA spacecraft has sent a signal back to Earth after making a successful fly-by past the most distant world ever studied by mankind. more
Spacecraft flies past most distant world ever studied by humankind  Sky News · 2 weeks
A NASA spacecraft has flown past the most distant world ever studied by humankind - sparking jubilant celebrations from scientists. more
Could this tiny robot make roadworks misery a thing of the past?  Sky News · 2 weeks
It is hoped that many costly, not to mention disruptive, sets of roadworks will soon be consigned to history because of micro-robot technology. more
How tiny robots could eliminate roadworks and save the UK billions  Sky News · 2 weeks
It is hoped that many costly, not to mention disruptive, sets of roadworks will soon be consigned to history because of micro-robot technology. more
'Vast majority' of bacon contains cancer-causing chemicals  Sky News · 2 weeks
Campaigners are urging the government to do more to rid the cancer risk from processed meats such as bacon and ham. more
Black Mirror fans try to get heads around interactive episode  Sky News · 2 weeks
Social media users are hard at work exploring an interactive episode of science fiction series Black Mirror, which essentially allows viewers to pick their own storyline. more
Gatwick drone inquiry: 93 'credible sightings'  Sky News · 2 weeks
"Numerous incidents" of illegal drone activity at Gatwick led to the airport being shut in the run-up to Christmas and it was not a police drone, according to Sussex's top officer. more
Company that hijacked Holmes and Theroux on Twitter 'didn't break law'  Sky News · 2 weeks
The chief executive of a company which demonstrated a security flaw in Twitter by hijacking the accounts of Eamonn Holmes and Louis Theroux has denied breaking... more
Black Mirror fans try to get head around interactive episode  Sky News · 3 weeks
Social media users are hard at work exploring an interactive episode of science fiction series Black Mirror, which essentially allows viewers to pick their own storyline. more
New images of 'hippo' asteroid as it zips past Earth  Sky News · 3 weeks
Earth is not on a collision course with a massive asteroid, detailed pictures of the nearby flying object have revealed. more
Christmas card from Mars: Images of 82km-wide ice-filled crater  Sky News · 4 weeks
The European Space Agency's (ESA) Mars Express satellite has sent home spectacular Christmas card images from the Red Planet. more
Russia threatens BBC after Ofcom criticises RT  Sky News · 4 weeks
If the UK's communications regulator Ofcom sanctions RT (Russia Today) then the Kremlin could respond by targeting the BBC. more
'Don't fall in love on Facebook' warns jailed Indian man  Sky News · 4 weeks
An Indian man released after six years in prison in Pakistan has warned others against repeating his mistake - falling in love on Facebook. more
Apple pulls older iPhone models from stores in Germany  Sky News · 4 weeks
Apple is to stop selling older iPhone models at its stores in Germany after losing two patent cases brought by a chip manufacturer, the company has announced. more
Swipe addicted? Dating apps spending surges 60%  Sky News · 4 weeks
Britain is hooked on dating apps. A national obsession means we are downloading more and spending more on these apps than ever before.  more
UK condemns China after US 'economic espionage' charge  Sky News · 4 weeks
The UK has condemned Beijing after the US charged Chinese hackers accused of attempting to steal trade secrets and technologies in a bid to compromise government computers. more
US and allies condemn China over 'economic espionage'  Sky News · 4 weeks
The US has charged Chinese hackers accused of attempting to steal foreign trade secrets and technologies in a bid to compromise government computers. more
Evidence ancient shark took down flying dinosaur  Sky News · 4 weeks
Scientists have discovered evidence of a prehistoric incident in which a shark leapt out of the water to take down a pterosaur while it was mid-flight. more
City tycoon Spencer backs Oxford medtech spin-out  Sky News · 4 weeks
Michael Spencer, the City tycoon, is to plough millions of pounds into an University of Oxford‎ spin-out which is pioneering a new technique for detecting diseases from a single pinprick of blood. more
Uber loses Appeal Court battle to deny drivers rights  Sky News · 4 weeks
Uber has lost a Court of Appeal battle against giving its drivers basic employment protections, including minimum wage and holiday pay. more
Uber loses High Court battle to deny drivers rights  Sky News · 4 weeks
Uber has lost a High Court battle against giving its drivers basic employment protections, including minimum wage and holiday pay. more
Hacked EU messages show Trump summit successful - for Putin  Sky News · 4 weeks
The EU has confirmed it is "actively investigating" a potential breach of its diplomatic communications network, following reports that secret cables had been stolen by hackers. more
NASA staff data feared stolen as server is hacked  Sky News · 4 weeks
An agency-wide email sent to employees at NASA has warned that one of its servers containing personal information had been hacked. more
EU investigating hack of diplomatic network  Sky News · 4 weeks
The EU has confirmed it is "actively investigating" a potential breach of its diplomatic communications network, following reports that secret cables had been stolen by hackers. more
Cannabis found to alter genetic profile of sperm  Sky News · 4 weeks
Scientists have found that the active ingredient in the drug cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), can alter sperm. more
Blind amphibian which burrows named after Donald Trump  Sky News · 4 weeks
A blind amphibian which burrows underground has been named after Donald Trump in reference to his comments over climate change. more
Elon Musk unveils subterranean tube for avoiding traffic  Sky News · 4 weeks
Elon Musk has unveiled his new project - an underground tunnel for cars designed to circumnavigate Los Angeles' infamous rush-hour traffic. more
Cyber security breaches rising across UK defence sector  Sky News · 4 weeks
UK defence secrets are increasingly being exposed to hostile nation states after the number of security breaches in the sector rose this year. more
Pink micro-planet discovered by astronomers  Sky News · 4 weeks
Astronomers have discovered the most distant body in the solar system, a pink micro-planet which has been nicknamed "Farout". more
Twitter 'must act over abuse targeting black women'  Sky News · 4 weeks
Twitter must take action to stop black female politicians and journalists being disproportionately targeted with abuse on the social media platform, Diane Abbott has urged. more
Astronomers spot solar system's farthest object  Sky News · 4 weeks
Astronomers have discovered the most distant body in the solar system, a pink micro-planet which has been nicknamed "Farout". more
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