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Friday November 27, 2020

Utah monolith: Internet sleuths got there, but its origins are still a mystery
The metal monolith sits deep in a desert easy to get lost in, so officials did not reveal its location.

AI 'doctor's assistant' among projects given 20m
The UK government awards 20m to 15 artificial intelligence research projects.

Your data and how it is used to gain your vote
How much is really known about the data bought by political parties, and how it is used?

Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid vaccine 'dose error' explained
Some trial volunteers were given shots half the planned strength, so how does that affect the results?

Thailand: Rare whale skeleton discovered
Archaeologists believe the bones are as old as 5,000 years and remarkably well preserved.

UK to impose new rules to limit tech giants' power
The Competition and Markets Authority will stop major firms from abusing their market dominance.

The photographers capturing buildings and biscuits in 3D
Photographers are scanning landmarks in stunning 3D detail and putting them on the internet. Why?

Thursday November 26, 2020

Manchester United will not say if they have received ransom demands over cyber attack
Manchester United will not say if they have received ransom demands over the cyber attack on the club last week that forced them to shut down their systems.

Rural broadband: Where has all the money gone?
Network and service providers ask why the government's 5bn for rural broadband has been slashed.

Why are Scottish ministers selling a superyacht?
The 25m vintage yacht was found in storage at the nationalised Ferguson shipyard.

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