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Thursday January 20, 2022


BT to introduce inflation-busting price rises
Most broadband and phone bills will rise by more than 9% at the end of March, BT says.

Wordle developer donates in-app spend to charity
The developer of a game with the same name as viral hit Wordle gives away the money spent on it.

River pollution: Shake-up call for investigations in Wales
Campaigners say thousands of incidents are not being investigated because of a lack of resources.

Giant pristine coral reef discovered off Tahiti
Marine explorers find a "pristine" 3km coral reef at depths of 30m off the coast of Tahiti.

Apple AirTags - 'A perfect tool for stalking'
Apple?s AirTags are great for finding lost items. But they have a darker side.

The people moving from high to low-carbon careers
A growing number of people are changing to more environmentally-friendly jobs.


Wednesday January 19, 2022


MPs doubt government will meet 1Gbps broadband target
There is no detailed plan for remote areas commercial providers will not cover, a committee of MPs says.

Facebook Messenger: The battle over end-to-end encryption
The battle-lines have been drawn - but what is end-to-end encryption and why is it controversial?

Sewage regularly dumped illegally in England and Wales rivers
Analysis suggests seven water companies illegally dumped sewage thousands of times between 2017 and 2021.

5G phones: How serious is the threat to US flights?
Ten leading US airlines are warning that the expansion of 5G services could be disastrous.

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