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1. Trump to ban US downloads of TikTok and WeChatПт, 18 сен[−]

Government to ban WeChat on Sunday to ‘safeguard national security of the US’, while TikTok to be banned by 12 November

The US government will ban downloads of the Chinese-owned video sharing app TikTok and the use of China’s popular messaging and payments app WeChat to “safeguard the national security of the United States”.

Related: 'He’s paying attention to people like us': Trump’s messages resonate in Wisconsin

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2. How Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater changed gaming … and skatingПт, 18 сен[−]

Pros from then and now recall a game that sparked a cultural phenomenon and inspired some of the best skaters in history

Skateboarding has always ebbed and flowed in popularity, according to pro skateboarders Rodney Mullen and Chad Muska. “We’ve watched this rollercoaster ride and, each decade, there’s usually a huge peak and then a dip,” says Muska. “But we’ve not felt the dip for quite a long time now.” Since a crash in the early 90s, skateboarding has been enjoying a slow ride to the top. The dudes of the original skateboarding boom, now in their 40s, are now vastly outnumbered in skate parks by teenagers.

In the late 90s and early 00s, rap and hip-hop became integrated with skate culture; skate videos ditched the grungy VHS aesthetic and fish-eye lenses for faster cuts and smoother shots. Fast-forward to 2020 and the kids that grew up with this culture are now paying homage. Jonah Hill’s directorial debut, Mid 90s, is a coming-of-age film about 90s skateboarding, while Virgil Abloh, the creative director of Louis Vuitton, is now signing pro skateboarders to design shoes for his fashion house.

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3. 'A lifesaver': US seniors turn to Zoom to connect with friends and familyПт, 18 сен[−]

As the pandemic persists, older adults who are at higher risk of contracting Covid-19 are moving their lifestyles – from classes to coffee chats – online

In his 72 years, Brad Veloz has risked his job and overcome health issues to fight for LGBTQ+ and Latino rights. The coronavirus wasn’t going to stop his activism.

A year ago, the self-described “in-your-face” activist had never even used Zoom online video conferencing, but it is now a constant presence in his life in lockdown to connect with fellow activists instead of taking to the streets.

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4. Wikipedia edits have massive impact on tourism, say economistsПт, 18 сен[−]

Adding a few paragraphs and photos can boost revenue by ?100,000 for small cities

Forget glossy travel brochures and whizzy online sites; one of the most cost-effective ways tourism chiefs can drive business to their towns or cities is by updating their Wikipedia page.

An experiment by economists at the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin, Italy, and ZEW in Mannheim, Germany, found that a few simple edits to a Wikipedia page could lead to an extra ?100,000 a year in tourism revenue for a small city, underscoring the power of the free online encyclopaedia.

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5. YouTube viewers to help uncover how users are sent to harmful videosЧт, 17 сен[−]

Extension on Firefox browser will allow users to record information about videos recommended by site

YouTube viewers are being asked to become “watchdogs” and record their use of the site to help uncover the ways in which its recommendation algorithm can lead to online radicalisation.

Mozilla, the non-profit behind the Firefox web browser, has produced a new browser extension, called RegretsReporter, which will allow YouTube users to record and upload information about harmful videos recommended by the site, as well as the route they took to get there.

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6. Apple's surprise OS update leaves app developers scramblingЧт, 17 сен[−]

Company releases new versions of operating systems with just a day’s notice

Apple devices received a surprise update as the company released the latest version of its operating systems for iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs and Watches with just one day’s notice.

But while the new updates bring a wealth of new features for free, some independent developers are warning that the short notice has left them frantically rushing to update their own apps to work with the new systems.

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7. Oculus Quest 2 VR headset review: the virtual escape from Covid-19 we need?Чт, 17 сен[−]

Cheaper, lighter, crisper screen and more power make for potent standalone virtual reality escapism

The Oculus Quest 2 is Facebook’s second iteration of its popular standalone virtual reality headset. It is more powerful, has a better screen and is cheaper, ready to be your ticket to a virtual escape from the misery of Covid-19.

The Quest 2 costs ?299 and comes with everything you need to start playing – there’s no powerful gaming PC required. The original Quest released in 2019 marked a defining moment in the evolution of VR breaking it free from the shackles of cables and expensive computers – and proving more popular than expected in the process.

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8. TikTok: Trump questions Oracle deal if ByteDance keeps stakeЧт, 17 сен[−]

President warns any agreement to continue operating in US must be ‘100% as far as national security is concerned’

Donald Trump has questioned plans by the Chinese tech firm ByteDance to keep a majority stake in TikTok’s US operations as part of a “trusted technology deal” with Oracle.

“Conceptually I can tell you that I don’t like that,” Trump told a news conference when asked about a reported proposal to give Oracle only a minority share. “I’m not prepared to sign off on anything. They’re going to be reporting to me tomorrow morning and I’ll let you know.”

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9. Sony announces PlayStation 5 release date and price - as it happenedСр, 16 сен[−]

Tonight Sony announced a price and November release date for the new video games console, along with new games

Here’s everything that just happened (you can scroll down to see all the trailers and footage):

-The PlayStation 5 is out November 12th in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea

One last quick reveal before we go: it’s a teaser for a new God of War, basically a logo and that’s it. Ragnarok is coming, we are informed - 2021. Not much, but something to look forward to.

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10. Bugs in online booking system add to UK's Covid-19 testing crisisСр, 16 сен[−]

Many users report errors that prevent them booking a test or being told tests are not available

The website for booking coronavirus tests is struggling to cope with the number of requests, adding more problems to those already accrued by the NHS test-and-trace scheme.

People in the UK who attempt to book a test for Covid-19 online are directed – once they have passed screening questions to ensure they are entitled to the test – to a purpose-built website where they can theoretically book either a home test kit or a walk-through or drive-through test. However, in practice, an increasing number of users are reporting errors on the site itself that prevent them from even attempting to book a test.

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11. Game plan: the complete beginners' guide to gaming – from buying a console to exploring new worldsСр, 16 сен[−]

What’s the best way to have fun while social distancing this winter? As hordes of retirees and parents are finding, with a bit of kit and know-how, there are countless ways to escape

With much of the world stuck indoors in 2020, video games have been experiencing a boom – in fact we are spending more time, and more money, on gaming than ever before.

And if you’re imagining that it’s lifelong gamers who are leading the surge, you’re wrong. All kinds of people have discovered – or rediscovered – a passion for video games: from retirees with extra time on their hands to stressed parents looking for something to do with the kids. And now, with a socially distanced winter looming, the halting of big gatherings and the possible threat of more lockdowns, video games have quickly become one of the safest – and most popular – ways to socialise.

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12. This 'moonshot' hype only illustrates No 10's obsession with tech hyperbole | Gemma MilneВт, 15 сен[−]

You can’t just ‘solve’ big complex problems like coronavirus, they need steady and unshowy work. This narrative is just a distraction

There are some words that, when used with respect to technology, bring about a collective groan, slump of the shoulders and eye-roll from the broader tech community. It’s normally on stage at a big conference, or in a newspaper headline, or in an elevator pitch at the latest demo day. Such words and phrases include: “We are the Uber of [insert industry here]”, “growth-hacking”, “[coding / design / business] ninja”, and, of course, “moonshot”.

They are shortcuts, they are hyperbolic, they are used to try to impress. But they also signify something unspoken to those in the know looking on. Something unintended by those making big claims. They signify laziness of thought and a lack of originality. Most of all, they suggest a complete lack of engagement with the current state of the science and technology industries.

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13. Spelunky 2 review – run, jump and die hilariouslyПн, 14 сен[−]

PlayStation 4, PC; Mossmouth
Derek Yu’s influential cave-delving game is updated for PS4 and PC and expands the magic – with turkeys

I knew I was going to love Spelunky 2 when I met the turkey. The turkey is a noble steed in Derek Yu’s latest cave-delving “roguelike”, in which each run presents a unique set of levels, progress is lost when you die, and the bird must be tamed before offering its services. This involves leaping into the saddle and letting it careen wildly around, hopefully not tipping you on to a bed of spikes or into the fangs of a mantrap. Once settled, you and your festive friend can flap around the level, headbutting spiders and using its decaying flight trajectory to lower yourself past traps and hungry mouths towards the exit.

But the turkey is also subject to the merciless logic of the Spelunky universe. Laid on a ritual altar, it will be sacrificed to appease the gods. Propelled upward by an unplanned explosion, it may meet a pointy end when it returns to earth. Set aflame, well, it will become a roast turkey, and you may consume it for an extra health point as you sob quietly.

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14. Super Mario at 35: Mario's makers on Nintendo's most enduring mascotПн, 14 сен[−]

The joyful jumping plumber has been on every Nintendo console and inspired a generation of players. Shigeru Miyamoto, Kenta Motokura, Takashi Tezuka and Yoshiaki Koizumi reflect on his legacy

Almost everyone who has ever picked up a video game controller will have played at least one Mario game. Whether you had a Nintendo Entertainment System in the 1980s, the N64 in the 90s or a Wii in the 00s, the joyful little jumping plumber has graced every generation of Nintendo’s consoles – and touched every generation of players. Over 373m Super Mario games have been sold to date, which means hundreds of millions of siblings uniting to find Star Road in Super Mario World, commuters escaping with Super Mario 3D Land on the train, and parents soaring from planet to planet in Super Mario Galaxy with their kids.

These are in essence straightforward games about the pleasure of running and jumping, of moving a character around in colourful, abstract space. What makes them better than a thousand other platformers, as this genre is known, is the finesse and responsiveness in Mario’s movement. The soaring jump, the slight inertia that carries him forward after a leap, and the sudden acceleration of his run all translate to pleasure when you play. There is such skill and satisfaction in mastering his movement, in stringing together backflips and wall-kicks and long-jumps to scale the geometry of the levels and find their secrets, and this is what has enthralled children (and adults) for 35 years. Mario’s designers know to hide things in the nooks and crannies of these levels, to always answer the question “what happens when I do this?” with “something fun”.

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15. Withings ScanWatch review: health-tracking watch with 30-day batteryПн, 14 сен[−]

Hybrid smartwatch tracks heart rate, ECG, sleep, blood oxygen and activity with smartphone alerts

The new Withings ScanWatch is one of the most advanced health trackers you can buy and comes in the form of a hybrid smartwatch with a traditional analogue face and a 30-day battery life.

The ScanWatch comes in two sizes, with either a black or white face. The 38mm size costs ?249.95 but it is the larger 42mm size costing ?279.95 that is reviewed here.

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16. NHS coronavirus app to launch in England and Wales on 24 SeptemberПт, 11 сен[−]

Businesses urged to display QR codes so customers can check in to enable contact tracing

The UK government’s Covid contact-tracing app will finally launch in England and Wales on 24 September, the government has announced, more than four months later than initially promised.

Currently being trialled in the Isle of Wight and the east London borough of Newham, the app was redeveloped entirely over the summer to adopt a framework created by Apple and Google, after an initial attempt to build an independent one failed to deliver reliable performance on iPhones.

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17. Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 review: the new king of Android smartwatchesВт, 01 сен[−]

Great design, screen, performance, battery and health-tracking, with long support and sustainability

Samsung’s latest, the Galaxy Watch 3, is an all-round refinement of its previous excellent smartwatch efforts – slimmer, lighter and with a larger screen.

The ?399 Galaxy Watch 3 comes in two sizes (41mm or 45mm), two colours and with or without 4G, aiming to be the Apple Watch of Android, here reviewed in black with a 45mm case. It sits alongside the smaller, fitness-focused Galaxy Watch Active 2 and works with any brand of Android with access to the Google Play Store as well as an iPhone running iOS 9 or newer.

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18. Fairphone 3+ review: ethical smartphone gets camera upgradesПн, 31 авг[−]

Dutch smartphone maker launches camera upgrade for older handsets, also available as new device

The ethical smartphone maker Fairphone has released two camera upgrades for its Fairphone 3 that are available separately or as a whole new device: the Fairphone 3+.

The Fairphone 3+ costs ?425 and marks a new approach for the eponymous Dutch company.

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19. Elon Musk reveals pig with Neuralink computer chip implanted in brain – videoСб, 29 авг[−]

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's neuroscience startup Neuralink has unveiled a pig with a small computer chip implanted in its brain. Describing the implant as 'a Fitbit in your skull with tiny wires', Musk said the pig was 'happy and healthy' two months after initially having it fitted. He presented a demo displaying the pig's neurons firing 'in real time'.

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20. Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar review: the solar-powered super watchПн, 17 авг[−]

An everyday smart sports watch that goes anywhere and tracks everything while lasting a week and charging from the sun

Garmin’s latest go-anywhere, do-anything Fenix 6 Pro Solar multi-sport watch recharges from the sun, marking an important step towards the smartwatch you never need to charge.

The ?739.99 Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar is one of the US firm’s top-of-the-line devices, capable of lasting weeks on a charge and tracking practically any stat you’d want, plus it’s able to guide you out of forests when you’re lost.

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21. Pixel 4a review: the best phone Google has made in yearsВт, 04 авг[−]

Cut-price Google phone has great camera, screen, performance and battery life, in small and light body

The Pixel 4a is a return to form for Google’s smartphone efforts: a lower-cost, mid-range phone that is high quality, long-lasting and fairly small, with a great camera.

The ?349 Pixel 4a is very much an attempt to boil down a smartphone to only the essentials and then make them all work really well.

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22. Trump says US should take share of proceeds from proposed TikTok sale – videoВт, 04 авг[−]

Donald Trump says the Treasury should receive a share of proceeds from the proposed sale of Chinese-owned video app TikTok. The president's plans come after he reversed his call to ban the popular app in the US due to privacy concerns. Speaking from the White House, Trump said the US would make any sale of the app possible – and should be in line for a share of the proceeds. 'It would come from the sale,' he said. 'Which no one else would be thinking about but me'

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23. 'Too much power': key moments as tech CEOs face historic US hearing – videoЧт, 30 июл[−]

Top US tech bosses are told that they are censoring political speech, spreading fake news and ‘killing’ the engines of the US economy in a combative and historic congressional hearing.

Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Tim Cook of Apple, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook and Sundar Pichai of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, appeared before members of the house judiciary’s antitrust subcommittee and faced intense questioning on everything from market dominance and data surveillance to military contracts and political censorship

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24. OnePlus Nord review: top-quality phone is true bargain at ?379Пн, 27 июл[−]

Cut-price Android offers a first-class experience, long battery life, good camera and great design

With the Nord, OnePlus is returning to its roots with first-class smartphones at mid-range prices, which is a very good thing.

The ?379 Nord sits under the ?599 OnePlus 8 as the firm’s mid-range offering, aiming to bring everything that makes its top-end smartphones so good but at a significantly lower price.

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25. Garmin down: how to still get your activities on to StravaПт, 24 июл[−]

Garmin servers are offline but you can still share your runs, rides, swims and walks with Strava. Here’s how

Garmin Connect and Express have been taken offline by a reported ransomware attack, leaving runners, cyclists, walkers and others unable to sync their activities to Strava. But don’t worry – there is a manual way to upload your activities to Strava while Garmin is down. Here’s how:

What you need:

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26. Best UK streaming and pay-TV services 2020: Sky, Virgin, Netflix and Amazon Prime compared and rankedПн, 13 июл[−]

Our updated list of the best pay-TV and streaming services in the UK

The choice of how you get your TV and movies in the UK has exploded in recent years, with a growing number of premium pay-TV providers and streaming services available at a wide range of prices.

Many of them have long contracts, exclusive content and complicated bundled pricing. And that’s before you work out how to actually get it to your television, whether it is live broadcast TV via the traditional routes of aerial, satellite or cable, new offerings of streaming live TV over the internet, on-demand download or streaming services, or a mix of all three. All of which makes choosing the right one for you a bit of a minefield of information overload.

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27. iPhone SE review: Apple's cut-price smartphone kingПт, 01 мая[−]

Top performance, good camera, long support and manageable size make cheaper iPhone a bargain

Apple’s latest iPhone SE is a surprise cut-price marvel that revives a classic iPhone design and trounces every other mid-range phone in the process.

The ?419 iPhone SE takes the important bits of the iPhone 11 – the processor and software – and shoehorns them into the body of an iPhone 8 from 2017. You get a phone design largely unchanged from the iPhone 6 of 2014, with traditional home button, but the performance and longevity of a brand new Apple phone for ?310 less than an iPhone 11.

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28. So long and thanks for all the fishЧт, 02 апр[−]

Ask Jack comes to a close following the news that its long-running author has died

I am sorry to have to inform readers of the Guardian’s long-running Ask Jack column that its much-loved author, Jack Schofield, died on Tuesday.

Jack was taken to hospital on Friday night following a heart attack and died on Tuesday afternoon.

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29. What’s the best tablet for video calling grandma?Чт, 26 мар[−]

Chris needs a tablet or video-calling device for his grandma’s Covid-19 isolation. What are the options?

I want to get my grandma a tablet for easy video calling. She is elderly and needs to self-isolate, and she is already quite isolated after the recent death of her husband. I am not sure which tablet or which program to use. She isn’t very computer literate.

This new Facebook thing looks good but I am sceptical of the brand. Chris

Video calling used to be a futuristic topic. Today, it is readily available on most devices except, oddly enough, smart TVs. If anything, there’s a plethora of services, and I haven’t tried most of them. The options include Zoom, WhatsApp, Facebook, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams, Skype and many more. Zoom is a business service but it works well and is clearly flavour of the month, with downloads up by 1,270%. Fake backgrounds are one of its winning features.

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30. What do I need to work from home due to coronavirus?Чт, 19 мар[−]

How best to set up a home office for the short or long term if you’re self-isolating

What do I need to work at home during the coronavirus outbreak? At this rate, we might all be working from home for a year! How will the broadband providers cope? Do we need a plan B? FranklySwiss

Everyone will need their own customised solution, but there are two things to think about. First, will you be working at home for two weeks or four months or possibly forever? I share the view that Covid-19 could cause a permanent shift towards home working.

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31. Which streaming stick should I buy for Disney+?Чт, 12 мар[−]

Adnan has an old smart TV and Now TV box, so needs something new to stream Disney+

My smart TV is old (Samsung, 2014) so I watch BBC iPlayer on my Now TV box (also old and discontinued). What is the best device for all the popular streaming services including the upcoming Disney+? To my knowledge, it is not yet confirmed if it will be available on my Roku-powered Now TV box. Adnan

You may be in luck, because Disney has just signed a deal with Sky. As a result, Disney+ will be available via Sky from its UK launch on 24 March, to be followed by Now TV in the coming months, says Sky. It’s not clear how many months that means. Perhaps Sky does not know. However, I’d assume it means some time this year, not next.

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