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Wednesday March 20, 2019


Future transport: How will we get around in 2050?
The push for cleaner air will mean more electric vehicles that are driverless and shared, according to experts.


Tuesday March 19, 2019


All aboard the driverless bus in Greater Manchester
Developers hope driverless technology could be used in public transport within five years.

Google reveals gaming platform Stadia
The new digital platform will stream games and has its own controller

Hen harriers 'vanishing due to illegal killing' - study
Bird of prey 10 times more likely to die on English grouse moors than other habitats, data shows.

The SEC calls for new contempt sanctions for Elon Musk
US financial regulator has called for sanctions after Mr Musk tweeted without seeking Tesla's approval.

New Horizons: Ultima Thule 'a time machine' to early Solar System
Ultima Thule has been described as a Frankenstein object, composed of "poorly formed snowmen".

Tracking tools found on EU government and health websites
The trackers, used to monitor user behaviour online, were found on thousands of official web pages.

US politician Devin Nunes sues Twitter over insults
A Republican congressman said the platform didn't crack down on "defamatory" tweets.

Vote Leave fined over thousands of unsolicited texts
The group could not prove that everybody who received its promotional message had consented.

Snapchat under scrutiny from MPs over 'addictive' streaks
Executives promise to examine a Snapchat feature which has been criticised as potentially addictive.

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