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‘Hundreds of lives saved’ by new digital sepsis alerts in UK...

Hundreds of lives are being saved every year thanks to a new digital alert system which automatically flags possible cases of sepsis in hospitals,...

Houston has a problem: NASA snubs city’s bid to lead next...

It may have been one of the first words ever uttered on the moon, but Houston has been snubbed by NASA as the base...

Facial recognition technology ‘an epidemic in UK’, says Big Brother Watch

Facial recognition tech has been used in shopping centres, museums and conference centres around the UK, according to a civil liberties group. Big Brother Watch...

New NHS toolkit to speed up diagnosis of MS and Parkinson’s

A new NHS initiative aims to produce faster diagnosis for people with brain and nerve conditions. It is also hoped it will reduce thousands...

Huawei boss: ‘UK won’t say no to us’ in the roll-out...

The founder and chief executive of Huawei has said "the UK won't say no to us" when it comes to including Huawei in its...

Social media isn’t the problem – the side effects of using...

Social media is damaging children's mental health by affecting sleep and exposing them to cyber-bullying, a major study has shown. There is a significant link...

City air pollution as deadly as a packet of cigarettes a...

Air pollution can be as damaging as a packet of cigarettes a day, a new study has found. Researchers from the University of Washington...

Hong Kong protesters raise £1.5m in a day to fund global...

A crowdfunding campaign launched by protesters in Hong Kong has raised more than £1.5m in less than 24 hours. Organisers say it will be used...

Instagram: Time to up your stories game as app adds augmented...

Get ready to see your friends turn into a Terminator and take a selfie in outer space as Instagram adds augmented reality (AR) effects. Much...

Cereal killer to face justice as new tech combats wheat fungus

One of the oldest and most notorious cereal killers in the world may finally be about to face justice. Wheat rusts have been the bane...

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