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Anti-virus creator John McAfee arrested over tax evasion charges

Anti-virus software entrepreneur John McAfee has been arrested in Spain and faces extradition to the US where he has been charged with tax evasion.  Prosecutors


Black hole breakthroughs win Nobel physics prize

Three scientists have been awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics for work to understand black holes. Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez were

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Scientists Invent New Method To Treat Cancer Without Drugs

A research team in Singapore has devised an experimental treatment approach that causes cancer cells to self-destruct without the use of drugs, according to a


TikTok: US judge halts app store ban

TikTok has avoided a government-ordered block on new downloads in the US after a judge issued a temporary injunction. The video-sharing app had faced being

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The PS5 is one of the most anticipated product releases in 2020 and gamers are understandably excited. Many took to online retailers earlier on in the week

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Williams Gates, father of Microsoft co-founder dies at 94

William Gates Sr., the father of Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates, is dead. The death of the 94-year-old was announced by his son Bill in a


Apple to launch get-fit service alongside new kit

Apple has unveiled a new personalised workout subscription service alongside new smartwatches and tablet computers. Fitness+ collects health data gathered by an Apple Watch and


TikTok: YouTube launches rival to be tested in India

YouTube has announced it will test a beta version of its new TiktTok rival in India. YouTube Shorts will limit videos to 15 seconds, and


Gene editing to produce ‘super dad’ livestock

Scientists have produced gene-edited animals they say could serve as “super dads” or “surrogate sires”. The pigs, goats, cattle and mice make sperm carrying the

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Sony Confirms Date For PS5 Showcase

The long-awaited PlayStation 5 is set to be unveiled this week. It might not be the Olympics, but it’s sure to trigger some big responses.