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Science

‘Major breakthrough’ as dementia drug found to ‘slow cognitive decline’

The new clinical trial found that there was a significant reduction in the decline in memory and thinking usually seen in early-stage patients.
Science

Cholesterol drug could be used in treatment of prostate cancer

Statins could be used to treat prostate cancer that has stopped responding to hormone treatment, scientists have said.
Tech

Firefighters could soon have ‘smart helmets’ to help locate blaze victims

Experts have designed sensors to help firefighters quickly map their surroundings, navigate hazardous environments and locate fire-scene victims.
Science

Use of voice-controlled devices ‘might have long-term consequences for children’

Researchers questioned whether or not there are impacts on ’empathy, compassion and critical thinking’.
Science

Pump iron for longer life – study

Researchers said that people should try to incorporate weightlifting into their weekly routines.
Tech

A London company has developed a breakthrough in self-driving car tech

The new technology could finally usher in the era of autonomous vehicles in big cities like London

Tech

Psychiatrist ‘did not sleep well’ after viewing content seen by Molly Russell

Dr Navin Venugopal spoke about the ‘very disturbing’ content in the witness box on Tuesday.
Tech

NASA fly-by on Jupiter moon will scout for signs of alien life

NASA’s Juno spacecraft will examine whether Europa can sustain life

Tech

Tesla safety ‘recall’ to be fixed with software update

Tesla CEO insists the recent problem with its car windows is merely a patch. Who is right?

Tech

Don’t look up: watch NASA smash a probe into an asteroid

NASA is live testing the ability to repel asteroids that might be heading for Earth

Tech

Amazon changes Kindle refund policy to protect ebook authors

The new refund policy for ebooks is designed to protect the assets of authors

Science

How to see Jupiter as the planet makes its closest approach to Earth

It will be another 107 years before Jupiter comes this close to Earth

Tech

RAC reports rising charging costs: how to charge smarter

Electric-car owners can save money by using public-charging points more carefully

Science

Nasa spacecraft to smash into asteroid to ‘prepare’ Earth

The collision will help scientists to prepare for an asteroid that might pose a threat to Earth

Tech

Trump should sign contract to behave before Facebook ban lifts, says Khan

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said Donald Trump must not be allowed to abuse his position on Facebook if he is allowed back on the platform.
Tech

Track and cheer family and friends with London Marathon app

Update lets supporters keep track of virtual marathon runners, and send encouraging messages that runners will see at the finish line

Tech

Roaming charges will be capped in Norway and Iceland from 2023

You will still have to pay to post Insta stories from Marbella, but at least you’ll save (a bit) while gazing at the northern lights

Science

Private IVF patients not getting all facts to make informed decisions – watchdog

The CMA said their review uncovered issues with the majority of clinics investigated.
Tech

Podcast: Can this exciting technology fix Earth?

Solar panel electric cars, stealing electricity from plants and a wind turbine in your garden?

Tech

Instagram is trying to stop unwanted nudes from sliding into your DMs

Cyberflashing has been a problem for years, and the tech giant is finally turning its attention to it

Tech

Study: Patients who use VR could need less anaesthetic during surgery

If proven, the findings could help alleviate the growing pressure on NHS anaesthetic services

Science

Study sheds light on why whales do not get brain damage when they swim

Scientists suggest special blood vessels in the animals’ brains may protect them from pulses in their blood that would damage the brain.
Tech

Boss admits Pinterest ‘not safe’ when Molly Russell used site before ending life

The social media giant’s head of community operations apologised at the inquest into the teenager’s death on Thursday.
Science

‘Wrong kind of shale’ and 280m years too late: Geologists react to fracking move

The controversial go-ahead was met with concerns over earthquakes and an increase in greenhouse gas production.
Tech

The Logitech G Cloud is like a handheld Xbox – with a catch

Stuck between dedicated handhelds and smartphones, the Logitech G Cloud can be seen as a niche proposition

Tech

Flying car company backed by Google co-founder shuts down

Kittyhawk had built and flown more than 100 aircraft. But not all hope is lost, as UK and European competitors have been catching up

Tech

This modular Chromebook can be upgraded and easily repaired

Framework partners Google to create modular Chromebook for easy user tinkering

Tech

Millions of mobile and broadband users facing mid-contract price hikes

Citizens Advice found nine out of 10 broadband customers and seven out of 10 mobile customers are with providers who can hike prices mid-contract.
Science

Astronomers detect hot gas bubble around the Milky Way’s supermassive black hole

The finding helps to us to better understand the mysterious environment of the black hole called Sagittarius A*.
Tech

How new tech is making sport better for players and spectators

Football’s video assistant referee (VAR) system is giving technology in sport a bad name. But there are plenty of exciting new developments that do actually work, says sports industry insider Matt Rogan

Tech

Cloud services competition probe to be launched by Ofcom

The watchdog will also launch a broader investigation into messaging services such as WhatApp and Zoom, as well as smart speakers and connected TVs.
Science

Nasa spacecraft set to smash into asteroid in planetary protection test mission

Dart spacecraft will collide with Dimorphos on Tuesday with aim to deflect the asteroid.
Science

‘Promising’ new drug shown to slow motor neurone disease progression

Extended use of tofersen may help stabilise muscle strength and control, researchers say.
Tech

All you need to know about eSIMs as Apple switches iPhones over

iPhones are going eSIM-only – is that a good thing?

Tech

Think NFTs are silly? You’re probably missing the point

NFTs have evolved from being pointless digital art for people with too much money. Now savvy businesses and brands are deploying them as a marketing tool, reports consumer trends expert Matt Hay

Gaming

Ted Lasso’s AFC Richmond is coming to FIFA 23

The fictional football club will appear under ‘rest of the world’ league

Gaming

The Sims 4 base game will be free to play in just a few weeks

Those who already have the game can claim free gifts

Tech

TikTok allegedly grants ‘a bit more leniency’ to star accounts

Video app reportedly offers less rigid moderation for its high-profile users