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Todays Top Technology News  
     Fri 12 February 2016
 

The Guardian

Setting the date to 1 January 1970 will brick your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
The Guardian
Date bug bricks iPhones locking them in a boot loop if turned off. Photograph: Alvy / Microsiervos/Flickr. Samuel Gibbs. Friday 12 February 2016 08.23 EST Last modified on Friday 12 February 2016 08.40 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share ...
iPhone 7 latest news: Clock bug could kill iOS devicesIT PRO
iOS bug: iPhone can be completely broken by changing date to 1970Belfast Telegraph
Changing your iPhone settings to this date will kill itTelegraph.co.uk
The Independent -ZDNet -Inquirer
all 325 news articles »
 

BBC News

Ground control bids farewell to Philae comet lander
BBC News
Ground controllers say it is time to give up hope of ever hearing again from the comet lander Philae. The European Space Agency's Rosetta mission dropped the robot onto Comet 67P in November 2014. But after a troubled landing and 60 hours of operation, ...
Farewell Philae: Earth says goodbye to comet probe (Update 2)Phys.Org
Scientists give up hope of contacting Philae space probeTelegraph.co.uk
Farewell to Philae as Rosetta probe goes into 'eternal hibernation'The Guardian
ABC Online -Irish Times -E&T magazine
all 125 news articles »
 

Daily Mail

Ozone hole to reach record levels: Cold air and old pollutants could combine to produce giant gap in Earth's ...
Daily Mail
A huge hole in the ozone layer over the Arctic is set to grow even larger this spring as a blast of cold weather combines with returning sunshine and lingering air pollutants. The hole over the Canadian Arctic is already thought to be around 770,000 ...

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Washington Post

Einstein predicted gravitational waves 100 years ago. Here's what it took to prove him right.
Washington Post
The “chirp” is bright and bird-like, its pitch rising at the end as though it's asking a question. To an untrained ear, it resembles a sound effect from a video game more than the faint, billion-year-old echo of the collision of two black holes. But to ...
All Physics is LocalThe Atlantic
What are gravitational waves, and where does physics go from here now that we've found them?ExtremeTech
Explainer: Just what are Einstein's gravitational waves?CTV News
NDTV -USA TODAY -National Geographic
all 2,693 news articles »
 

Computer Business Review

Google seeks driverless talent as Google X jobs advertised
Computer Business Review
News: While hiring frenzy starts, a blind man has become the first passenger to trial the company's self-driving pods. Google is keeping itself busy with its driverless car project, with the company now looking for new people to join its R&D team. The ...
Google's autonomous cars are their own drivers, says USThe Week UK
Computer as driver? 'Yes' from feds boosts self-driving carsTimes of India
Elon Musk and Google will make cars obsoleteTech2
Naked Security -Inquirer -India Today
all 94 news articles »
 

Tech Times

Google's Upcoming Virtual Reality Headset Will Be Wireless, No Need For Smartphone Or PC
Tech Times
Google's impending wireless virtual reality headset is allegedly in the works. With this new VR headset, users won't require a smartphone, PC or gaming console for it to offer a VR experience. (Photo : Justin Sullivan | Getty Images). Google is ...
New Report Suggests Google's Rumoured VR HMD is StandaloneVRFocus
Google Secretly Developing Own Virtual Reality Headset, Powerful Cardboard Viewer W/ SensorsBizTek Mojo
Google's new VR headset might not need a smartphone or a PC to workT3
The Australian (subscription) -DigitalTVEurope.net -News Tonight Africa
all 159 news articles »
 

Irish Independent

HTC One M10 rumours - camera and date
Irish Independent
The HTC One M10 is on the way, and the latest rumours give us a glimpse at the camera. According to a new tipster, the M10 will sport a 12 megapixel sensor on the back with laser autofocus and phase detection and a pixel size of 1.55um. What that all ...
HTC One M10 Camera Details, Launch Date TippedNDTV
HTC One M10 to feature 5.2 inch display and 12MP rear camera with OISFirstpost
HTC One M10 camera may top Nexus 6PTrustedReviews
Master Herald -International Business Times AU -Hindustan Times
all 95 news articles »
 

Computer Business Review

UCL researchers set record for fastest data rate
Computer Business Review
Researchers at University College of London (UCL) have set a record by achieving the fastest ever data rate of 1.125 terabits per second (Tb/s), nearly 50,000 times greater than the average speed of a UK superfast broadband connection, 24 megabits per ...
UCL researchers record fastest optical data transmission rate everNew Electronics
Download All of Game of Thrones in a Second With the World's Fastest Web ConnectionGizmodo UK
New record-breaking pipe is 50000 times quicker than superfast fibreTechRadar
Newsweek -Gizmag -Broadbandchoices News
all 41 news articles »
 

The Guardian

UK's Streetmap loses 'anticompetitive' search abuse case against Google
The Guardian
Google defeats anti-competitive behaviour lawsuit brought by online mapping firm Streetmap. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters. Samuel Gibbs. Friday 12 February 2016 07.29 EST Last modified on Friday 12 February 2016 07.31 EST. Share on Facebook ...
Google wins High Court fight with StreetMap over search results self-pluggeryThe Register
UK website loses High Court action over Google MapsBelfast Telegraph
Judge: Google dominance didn't hurt online maps competitorArs Technica
Independent Online
all 15 news articles »
 

Telegraph.co.uk

Scientists 'accidentally' discover world's smallest and oldest eyeball
Telegraph.co.uk
Scientists have 'accidentally' discovered what could be the world's smallest and oldest eyeball, admitting that it seemed 'really, really obvious afterwards'. Tiny bacterium can sense light and move towards it, but it previously remained unknown as to ...

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