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Omega Labyrinth Z anime game banned in the UK Girls' school video game banned in the UK

The Video Standards Council says the "likely harm" it would do to the young people it was aimed at meant it would not get an age rating


Blackberry modified to 'help drug cartels' Blackberry modified to 'help drug cartels'

The charges marked the first time US authorities have targeted a company for knowingly making encrypted technology for criminals


Microsoft finds gender discrimination complaints valid Microsoft finds gender discrimination complaints valid

Only one of 118 gender discrimination complaints made by women at Microsoft was found to have merit, according to unsealed court documents


Stephen Hawking: 'His laboratory was the universe' Stephen Hawking: 'His laboratory was the universe'

In some ways, Hawking was the inheritor of Albert Einstein's mantle of the genius-as-celebrity


Google guru Page tests flying taxis in New Zealand Google guru Page tests flying taxis in New Zealand

Known as Cora, the electric aircraft has a dozen small lift rotors on its wings, making it capable of vertical take-off and landing like a helicopter


Scientist Stephen Hawking dies aged 76 Physicist Stephen Hawking dies

One of the world’s greatest scientists dies peacefully at his home in Cambridge aged 76


Apple acquires digital magazine platform Texture Apple acquires digital magazine platform Texture

Texture offers US-based users unlimited access to more than 200 titles for a monthly fee of $9.99 (£7.19)


Space bases could preserve civilization in World War III: Elon Musk Space bases could preserve civilization in World War III: Elon Musk

SpaceX launched the world's most powerful rocket, the Falcon Heavy, last month, sending Musk's red Tesla Roadster car toward an orbit near Mars


Hi-tech conservationists fight Indonesia wildlife crime Hi-tech conservationists fight Indonesia wildlife crime

Tissue samples from confiscated animals can be cross-referenced with a database of stored genetic codes


Scientists find new type of ice inside diamonds Scientists find new type of ice inside diamonds

The type of ice, known as ice-VII, features a cubic shape and is about 1.5 times as dense as the regular ice -- ice I


Bones found in 1940 seem to be Amelia Earhart's: Study Bones found in 1940 seem to be Amelia Earhart's: Study

Jantz's analysis is the latest chapter in a back-and-forth that has played out about the remains


Burger-flipping robot taken offline after one day Burger-flipping robot taken offline

The robot has been installed at a Cali Burger outlet in Pasadena and replaced human cooks


Human genome pioneer Sir John Sulston dies Human genome pioneer Sir John Sulston dies

Sir John Sulston won a Nobel Prize in 2002 for his work on the development of cells, which paved the way for innovations in cancer research


Aussie researchers develop drone capable of reading person's heart rate Aussie researchers develop drone capable of reading person's heart rate

Despite the good intentions of the device, Chahl acknowledged that it could be used for darker uses- including spying or weaponization


Trump holds games violence meeting Trump holds games violence meeting

The meeting has come in the wake of last month's shooting at a school in Florida in which 17 people died

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