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Thursday April 22, 2021

Taiwan authorities look into Apple supplier hack
Unreleased Apple product blueprints claimed to be among hackers' haul.

Biden: This will be 'decisive decade' for tackling climate change
The White House says the US will curb emissions by 50-52%, as leaders gather for virtual summit.

Signal slams Cellebrite security company over alleged security holes
Messaging-app Signal's boss alleges a wave of embarrassing errors in a rival company's software.

Boris Johnson: Climate change about jobs not 'bunny hugging'
Speaking at a virtual summit, Boris Johnson urges world leaders to "build back greener".

Jaguar Land Rover to suspend output due to chip shortage
Britain's biggest carmaker to suspend output at two factories because of global semiconductor shortage.

Jack Dorsey and Elon Musk agree on bitcoin's green credentials
But their opinions are not shared with those more cynical about the cryptocurrency's impact.

MI5 joins Instagram to bust martini-drinking stereotypes
The service's first post says the secret to successful spying is to "consider all angles".

What is the Paris climate agreement and why did the US rejoin?
After rejoining the agreement, the US wants to show it is serious about climate change.

AI unlocks ancient Dead Sea Scrolls mystery
"Cutting edge technology" reveals how scribes foiled modern scholars with one of the Biblical texts.

The One and Only Ivan: How we brought the animals to life
MPC's animation director and VFX supervisor explain how they made the film's effects.

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