US Open 2018: Is Amazon’s first serve strong enough?

Image copyright Getty Images There have been grumbles from UK-based tennis fans this week about the quality and ease of watching Amazon’s groundbreaking coverage of the US Open. As the

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Teenagers risk missing out on savings pots

Anyone turning 16 from now can start managing their Child Trust Funds for the first time – although some may be unaware that they have these savings. These funds were

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Nafta: US-Canada trade talks going down to wire

Image copyright AFP Image caption Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland is in Washington for the talks Talks between the US and Canada about amending the North American Free Trade Agreement

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Ukraine crisis: Blast kills top Donetsk rebel Zakharchenko

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Alexander Zakharchenko in a 2017 photo A key leader of Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine has been killed in an explosion at a cafe he

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Bitcoin wallet Bitfi withdraws ‘unhackable’ claim

Image copyright Getty Images Bitfi, a cryptocurrency wallet backed by anti-virus software entrepreneur John McAfee, has issued a statement saying it will no longer describe its service as “unhackable”. The

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Reality Check: What are the tariffs on trade with Africa?

Image copyright AFP Prime Minister Theresa May’s trip to Africa has generated vigorous debate about how easy trade is between Africa and the EU and whether the UK can keep

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Somnox robot aims to put owners to sleep

A machine that resembles a breathing pillow aims to provide a safer alternative to sedatives. Source link

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Online trolls and fake accounts poison Arab social media

Image copyright Twitter Image caption Thousands of fake Twitter accounts are said to be artificially driving online reputation to boost false narratives Social media fraud continues to fuel a plague

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Google and Mastercard in credit card data deal

Image copyright Getty Images Google has reportedly bought Mastercard credit card data in the US to help it track users’ offline spending in stores. The two firms had not made

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Abusive tweets to MPs ‘more than double’ between elections

Image copyright Reuters The number of abusive tweets about politicians more than doubled between 2015 and 2017, according to analysis of more than one million tweets. Twitter insults targeting politicians

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