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Wednesday January 29, 2020

BT to charge people 50 for keeping old wi-fi routers
People will be asked to send their wi-fi router and TV box back at their end of the contract.

Rescued owl was 'too fat to fly', Suffolk sanctuary says
The owl probably overindulged during a mild spell that left it with lots of prey, bird experts say.

5G: EU issues guidance on 'high-risk' suppliers
Member states have been given until the end of April to draw up security measures for 5G networks.

Transport: Translink buys its first hydrogen-fuelled buses
Water is the only exhaust emission from the vehicles built by Ballymena-based firm Wrightbus.

Microsoft issues second 'final' Windows 7 update
The end of support for the ageing operating system turns out to be not quite the end.

Avengers: Endgame - How we made the visual effects
Framestore's Stuart Penn explains the challenges of making Avengers: Endgame.

Apple credits iPhone 11 demand for record sales
The tech giant says it is monitoring the coronavirus outbreak, which has made forecasting difficult.

Snotsicles and snowdrifts: Extreme climate science
Scientists face some unique challenges working in the harsh conditions of the Antarctic.

How worried should we be about 'Big Brother' technology?
Why do we fear government surveillance, but voluntarily use technology which monitors our lives?

Tuesday January 28, 2020

How will the Huawei 5G deal affect me?
The UK has decided to let Huawei continue to be used in its 5G networks but with restrictions, despite pressure from the US to block the firm.

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