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Sunday April 18, 2021


Mars helicopter first flight: Nasa to test Ingenuity
Ingenuity is set to be the first rotorcraft to fly on another planet. This is how it'll work.

Charles Geschke: Adobe co-founder who helped develop the PDF dies
Charles Geschke set up Adobe in 1982, giving the world the ubiquitous PDF technology.

How cancer put me off joining Amazon union
Carla Jonson's story helps explain how Amazon won last week's union vote in Alabama.


Saturday April 17, 2021


Peloton safety: US regulators warn against using treadmill near children
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says it is aware of 39 incidents involving the Tread+ treadmill.

Facebook Oversight Board delays decision about Trump's possible return
Facebook's Oversight Board has announced it will announce its decision "in the coming weeks".


Friday April 16, 2021


Nasa chooses SpaceX to build Moon lander
SpaceX will build a lander that the US space agency will use to return humans to the Moon this decade.

Ocado in self-driving vans push with 10m stake in Oxbotica
The online grocery retailer has teamed up with Oxford self-driving firm Oxbotica.

TB Joshua: YouTube blocks Nigerian preacher over gay cure claim
TB Joshua is one of Africa's most influential evangelists, with top politicians among his followers.

Facebook faces mass legal action over data leak
Millions of the platform's users could receive compensation if it is successful.

Virtual musicians play interactive gig and other tech news
LJ Rich looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

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