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This post was originally published on this siteUber has lost nearly $8bn (£6.1bn) during its 10 years of existence, according to documents released ahead of its debut on the stock market. The ride-hailing firm also disclosed that government authorities and regulators in the US are investigating a year-long cover-up after the details of millions of […]
This post was originally published on this site By Chris Robertson, news reporter Disney has revealed its new streaming service will feature 8,000 film and TV episodes as it unveiled details of the much-anticipated product at its California headquarters. Speaking at an event to Wall Street analysts on Thursday, bosses announced a range of content […]
This post was originally published on this site Facebook is launching a range of features to prevent itself from upsetting users by encouraging them to invite dead friends to parties, or wish them happy birthday. When Facebook users die, their accounts can become memorialised, allowing friends and family to share memories recorded by the user […]
This post was originally published on this site By Carmen Aguilar Garcia, data journalist, and Alexander J Martin, technology reporter Israel will become only the fourth nation to successfully land on the moon if its robotic spacecraft Beresheet touches down softly on Thursday. A potential so-called hard landing will mean Israel joins a longer list […]
This post was originally published on this site By Alexander J Martin, technology reporter A computer hacker who made millions of pounds blackmailing people who visited pornography websites has been sent to jail. Zain Qaiser, 24, was jailed for six years and five months at Kingston Crown Court on Tuesday. The former computer science student […]
This post was originally published on this siteScientists believe that metal asteroids floating through space could have spewed molten iron from their cores in enormous volcanic eruptions. New research by planetary scientists at the University of California Santa Cruz, prompted by a NASA mission to launch a probe to a metallic asteroid, discovered the volcanoes. […]
This post was originally published on this site Applying mild electric shocks to the brain can reverse memory loss in older people, a study suggests. Scientists at Boston University in the US found that stimulating the working memory part of the brain with electric currents can help reconnect circuits that have become faulty due to […]
This post was originally published on this site By Tania Snuggs, news reporter Scientists have discovered a new state of matter that allows atoms to exist as both solid and liquid at the same time. It was previously thought there were three states of matter: liquid, solid or gas. Experts were unsure whether the new […]
This post was originally published on this site By Katie Spencer, news reporter Long-term antidepressant users are risking permanent damage to their bodies, according to leading medical experts. Dr Tony Kendrick, a professor of primary care at the University of Southampton, says more urgent action needs to be taken to encourage and support long-term users […]
This post was originally published on this site By Jason Farrell, home editor Standing in the British Library, the home secretary set out a bleak image of the dangers posed by the internet. He said: “Millions of young and vulnerable people in the UK leave behind the protection and supervision when they go online to […]