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Friday October 15, 2021


Mark Hankinson: Top huntsman guilty of encouraging illegal fox hunting
The senior huntsman gave the hunting advice in private webinars that were leaked online.

Self-driving Waymo cars clog up dead-end San Francisco street
Waymo says its automated vehicles are following traffic orders when they enter the dead-end street.

Apple takes down Quran app in China
The popular Islamic app was removed in the country, after an official request.

Sea-like robots float at Tate Modern and other tech news
Jen Copestake looks at the best of the week's technology news stories.

Sunderland University cyber-attack fix date unknown
Officials say they "just do not know" when online services at Sunderland University will be fixed.

Why giant turbines are pushing the limits of possibility
Huge wind turbines are pushing the limits of what ports and installation vessels can handle.

Microsoft Chief Digital Officer tops Powerlist
The Powerlist 2022 recognises the most powerful people of African and African Caribbean heritage in the UK.


Thursday October 14, 2021


Stranded 600lb turtle returned to Atlantic Ocean
The sea turtle washed ashore a riverbank in Massachusetts this week.

Microsoft shutting down LinkedIn in China
The company will offer a jobs-only site with no social-media elements, instead.

YouTube U-turns over David Davis vaccination passports clip after protest
The site says "sometimes we make the wrong call" after being accused of attacking free speech.

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