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For sake of pupils’ pupils, China to ban homework on apps

February 18 2019
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An eastern Chinese province plans to ban teachers from assigning homework to be completed on cellphone apps as part of efforts to preserve students’ eyesight.

U.S. negotiating multibillion-dollar fine with Facebook: report

February 15 2019
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The U.S. government and Facebook Inc are negotiating a settlement over the company’s privacy lapses that could require the online social network to pay a multibillion-dollar fine, the Washington Post reported on Thursday.

Cyber attack hits U.S. newspaper distribution

December 30 2018
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A cyber attack caused major printing and delivery disruptions on Saturday at the Los Angeles Times and other major U.S. newspapers, including ones owned by Tribune Publishing Co (TPCO.O) such as the Chicago Tribune and Baltimore Sun.

Instagram 'back to normal' after bug triggers temporary change to feed

December 28 2018
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Facebook Inc’s photo-sharing social network Instagram said on Thursday it has fixed a bug that led to a temporary change in the appearance of its feed for a large number of users.

Facebook, Twitter remove fake news sites in Bangladesh ahead of election

December 21 2018
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Facebook and Twitter said on Thursday they had removed accounts and fake news pages linked to the Bangladesh government that had posted anti-opposition content, days ahead of an election in the South Asian nation.

Mars touchdown: NASA spacecraft survives supersonic plunge

November 27 2018
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Minutes after touching down on Mars, NASA's InSight spacecraft sent back a "nice and dirty" snapshot of its new digs. Yet the dust-speckled image looked like a work of art to scientists.

‘Flawless’: NASA craft lands on Mars after perilous journey

November 27 2018
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A NASA spacecraft designed to drill down into Mars’ interior landed on the planet Monday after a perilous, supersonic plunge through its red skies, setting off jubilation among scientists who had waited in white-knuckle suspense for confirmati

New lander will add to humans’ long fascination with Mars

November 25 2018
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In our solar system family, Mars is Earth’s next-of-kin, the next-door relative that has captivated humans for millennia. The attraction is sure to grow with Monday’s arrival of a NASA lander named InSight.

NASA retires its planet hunter, the Kepler space telescope

October 31 2018
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The Kepler space telescope has run out of fuel and will be retired after a 9-1/2-year mission in which it detected thousands of planets beyond our solar system and boosted the search for worlds that might harbor alien life, NASA said on Tuesday.

Google reveals 48 employees fired for sexual harassment

October 27 2018
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Google announced that it has fired 48 employees for sexual harassment during the past two years and sent them away without severance packages, hours after a news report that it had protected some male executives facing sexual misconduct allegati

Google poised to unveil new Pixel phones, other services

October 09 2018
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Google is expected to introduce two new smartphones Tuesday, part of its continuing push to embed its digital services and Android software more deeply into peoples’ lives.

Belgium to sue Google for not blurring images of defence sites

September 28 2018
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The Belgian defence ministry will sue Google for not complying with its requests to blur satellite images of sensitive military sites, a ministry spokeswoman said on Friday.

Pacific leaders seek U.S. return to Paris climate pact

September 07 2018
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Pacific island nations declared climate change to be their “single greatest threat”, urging Washington to return to the Paris Agreement on climate, just as Western powers seek to check China’s rising influence in the region.

NASA sending spacecraft straight into sun’s glittering crown

August 11 2018
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NASA is sending a spacecraft straight into the sun’s glittering crown, an atmospheric region so hot and harsh any normal visitor would wither.

Cyberattack on Singapore health database steals details of 1.5 mln, including PM

July 20 2018
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A major cyberattack on Singapore’s government health database stole the personal information of about 1.5 million people, including Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, the government said on Friday.