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Tuesday October 23, 2018

Nasa 'fixes' Hubble malfunction
Nasa believes it has fixed a malfunction with the Hubble telescope which threatened to limit the orbiting observatory's performance.

Mobile app data sharing 'out of control'
Nearly 90% of apps on Google Play share data with Google parent Alphabet, researchers say.

Elon Musk says Twitter blocked him after Bitcoin tweet
The entrepreneur says Twitter believed his account had been hacked.

Nasa photographs rectangular iceberg
Nasa has released a striking photo of a rectangular iceberg floating in the Weddell Sea off Antarctica.

Linus Torvalds returns to head Linux coding community
Mr Torvalds took a short break from the Linux world to get help to become more polite to engineers.

Shipwreck found in Black Sea is 'world's oldest intact'
A Greek merchant ship dating back more than 2,400 years is found almost perfectly preserved.

'Instagram used more than Snapchat' by US teens
Instagram has overtaken Snapchat as the most used social media app among US teens, says a study.

London Uber drivers to charge electric car fee
The 15p fee will be handed to drivers to help them pay for an all-electric car, says ride-hailing firm

World's longest sea crossing: Hong Kong-Zhuhai bridge opens
The $20bn bridge spanning 55km is an engineering marvel but has been dogged by safety issues and delays.

Self-driving school bus test halted in US
The test, which involved transporting schoolchildren, was irresponsible, the NHTSA says.

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