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Wednesday March 03, 2021


Mars: Nasa's Perseverance rover sends stunning images
Amazing images as Nasa's Perseverance rover lands on Mars and seeks signs of past microbial life.

How can we make washing machines last?
Sweden is trying to encourage consumers to repair household items like washing machines.

Will audio-only apps change our use of social networks?
From Clubhouse to Twitter's Spaces, LJ Rich looks at the rise of a new type of social network.

Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague broke rules with Instagram giveaway
The advertising watchdog reprimands the social media influencer over an Instagram prize draw.


Tuesday March 02, 2021


City scraps influencer plan for George Floyd murder trial
Minneapolis was planning to pay social media influencers to post "city-approved" messages.

Twitch backtracks after outcry for using 'gender neutral' term 'womxn'
The streaming platform said it had changed its spelling of "women" to be more gender neutral.

Contraception app Natural Cycles swipes at new rival from Clue
The founder of Natural Cycles criticises the approval of Clue Birth Control in the US.

Anti-Covid vaccine tweets face five-strikes ban policy
Twitter warns users who post Covid vaccine-related misinformation that they face permanent bans.

Last of Us 2 leads Bafta Games Awards nominations
With 13 nominations, the action-adventure horror game has the most nominations in history.

Volvo Cars to go fully electric by 2030
The Swedish firm is to phase out all models with internal combustion engines over the next few years.

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