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Gatwick Airport 5G has gone live at the airport’s South Terminal after Vodafone completed the installation of hundreds of kilometres of fibre.

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Facebook has made a number of changes to the use of facial recognition technology on its platform.

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YouTube has upset the BBC by commissioning a series of educational programmes aimed at British audiences, partly in an attempt to improve the site’s image following a run of negative press.

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The private firm that developed and managed the 67-acre King’s Cross area, has confirmed that it is no longer using facial recognition cameras, we are glad to say.

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All major airports in the UK will be required to install 3D scanning technology by the end of 2022, prime minister Boris Johnson has announced.

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Twitter themselves said on Friday the account of chief executive Jack Dorsey had been "compromised" after a series of erratic and offensive messages were posted.

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Want to watch BBC iPlayer abroad? If you're on holiday outside the UK you'll run into trouble accessing the BBC's online streaming service, but here we show you how to watch it abroad.

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An unprecedented iPhone hacking operation, which attacked “thousands of users a week” until it was disrupted in January, has been revealed by researchers at Google’s external security team.

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Britons are sat on an estimated 40 million old phones and laptops instead of recycling their digital detritus, which contain elements that could run out in the near future.

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Liverpool Boss Jurgen Klopp Talks About Expectations to Fringe Players

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Sep.03

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Kings Cross Facial Recognition Cameras Thankfully Shut Down

The private firm that developed and managed the 67-acre King’s Cross area, has confirmed that it is no longer using facial recognition cameras, we are glad to say.

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5G now live at Gatwick Airport

Gatwick Airport 5G has gone live at the airport’s South Terminal after Vodafone completed the installation of hundreds of kilometres of fibre.

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Twitter CEO Account Hacked, Offensive Content

Twitter themselves said on Friday the account of chief executive Jack Dorsey had been "compromised" after a series of erratic and offensive messages were posted.

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Number 7s At Man United Hardly Score Any Premier League Goals Since Ronaldo

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The new Land Rover Defender pic, well just the grille

With the reveal of the new Land Rover Defender imminent, Land Rover are still teasing, despite the new Defender already seen undisguised.

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10th ever Jaguar E-Type 4.2 found in Gloucestershire

The 10th ever Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Coupe has been brought back to better than new after languishing for three decades in a field in Gloucestershire.

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