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Todays Top Technology News  
     Fri 6 May 2016

Daily Mail

Apple Music customer complains the firm is deleting tracks but fault may be user error
Daily Mail
With physical music collections fast becoming obsolete and users moving to digital storage and cloud streaming services, logging on to find your music has been wiped is a nightmare scenario. But a number of Apple Music users have recently reported ...
Is Apple Music really deleting users' songs without their consent?New Statesman
Did Apple Music delete these music libraries, or was it user error?Yahoo News
PSA: University students now get 50% off Apple Music's monthly feeStuff
Pocket-lint.com -CNET -TechRadar -Mac Rumors
all 112 news articles »


Google has been reading romance novels to its AI
Google has been feeding its AI engine with text from romance novels in an effort to teach it about human personality and conversational skills, Buzzfeed reports. The company wants to humanise its products, bypassing the stereotypically monotonous tone ...
Google Is Using 2865 Romance Novels To Get SmarterRefinery29
Google AI to learn art of conversation through erotic romance novelsTelegraph.co.uk
Google is making its AI binge-read thousands of romance novels to get a little warmerScienceAlert
The Drum -Daily Mail -The Verge -Yahoo News
all 30 news articles »

The Guardian

Battlefield 1 takes military shooter games back to first world war
The Guardian
While Call of Duty is heading far into the future with this year's instalment, its annual first-person shooter rival, Battlefield, is heading in the opposite direction. Publisher Electronic Arts has announced that the latest title in its military ...
Battlefield 5 LIVE: Battlefield 1 trailer REVEALS all on new WW1 shooter and release dateExpress.co.uk
Everything we know about the WWI-themed Battlefield 1The Verge
Battlefield 1 – Everything we knowTrustedReviews
Polygon -VentureBeat -Forbes -PCWorld
all 280 news articles »

Yorkshire Post

Concern over rural broadband roll-out
Yorkshire Post
those living and working in Yorkshire's rural communities should face “no discrimination,” it was claimed yesterday after it emerged superfast broadband will not be automatically delivered to tens of thousands of remote homes. A Government consultation ...
Rural U.K. Left Behind in Push for Superfast BroadbandNewsweek
Government branded 'arrogant' over rural broadband snubPlymouth Herald
Is the UK government really abandoning its 10Mbps Universal Service Obligation pledge?Recombu
Computing -Daily Mail -Belfast Telegraph -Telegraph.co.uk
all 19 news articles »

Know Your Mobile

Vodafone Introduces Free, Un-Throttled Roaming
Know Your Mobile
Vodafone's UK branch has now announced "worry-free" inclusive roaming for mobile data across 40 world regions, the idea being that you don't have to stop your streaming, Facebook, and emails while you're on holiday and can avoid bill shock upon return.
Best roaming plans: Which is the cheapest network for EU and abroad?Pocket-lint.com
Vodafone takes on Three and Tesco Mobile with free roaming in 40 destinationsInquirer
Vodafone launches free mobile roaming in 40 countriesMoneywise Magazine
uSwitch.com (Tech) -Stuff -Computer Business Review -Broadbandchoices News
all 20 news articles »

The Guardian

Uncharted 4 single-player review - a rollicking, globetrotting adventure
The Guardian
There have been very few video game characters as well conceived as Nathan Drake. Exuding charm and determination, strength and vulnerability, he is the sort of male lead great Hollywood screenwriters aspire to create, but that video games have tended ...
Uncharted 4 and the Boundless Joys of Easy ModeWIRED
Uncharted stole more from other games than Nathan Drake ever stole from ancient tombsGamesRadar (blog)
Uncharted: Fortune Hunter for iOS and Android unlocks Uncharted 4 bonusesDigital Trends
PC Magazine -Tech Times -CBC.ca -ExtremeTech
all 278 news articles »


Secrets Of The Mariana Trench, Caught On Camera
Deep in the ocean, a mission is underway to explore the "unknown and poorly known areas" around the Mariana Trench. "Despite decades of previous work in the region," the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says, "much of the [trench] and ...
Mariana trench live feed: engrossing viewing from deepest place on EarthThe Guardian
Deepest part of world's oceans caught on cameraITV News
Captivating Live Video Of Deepest Place On EarthSky News
Gizmodo -Telegraph.co.uk -BBC News -Boing Boing
all 25 news articles »


Rethinking security for the Internet of Things
Many people scoffed in January 2014 when Cisco CEO John Chambers pegged the “Internet of Everything” as a potential $17 trillion market, five to 10 times more impactful on society than the Internet itself. Two years later, it seems that Chambers ...
The IoT and the 20 ninjas in your refrigeratorThe Next Web
How brands will use the Internet of Things to develop their customer relationships: ForresterInternetRetailing.net
The Future of the Industrial Internet of ThingsTrefis
Computerworld -Samsung Business Insights (blog) -V3.co.uk -InsiderOnline
all 52 news articles »


Tim Peake tells school children about space station growth
UK astronaut Tim Peake has told school children how he has grown up to three centimetres during his time on the International Space Station (ISS). 0. Share this. Facebook; Twitter; Google plus; Email; Share. 0. Schoolchildren at Ashfield Primary School ...
Peake feared he would be left stranded in space if relations with Russia broke downThe Argus
Call me a spaceman - Tim Peake touches base with Otley schoolBradford Telegraph and Argus

all 49 news articles »

Nature World News

NASA Prepares Humanoid "Valkyrie" for Trip To Mars
Nature World News
NASA's humanoid Valkyrie arrived at the University of Edinburgh Centre for Robotics. The robot will be trained and enhanced in preparation for its deep space missions including the journey to Mars. (Photo : Joe Raedle/Getty Images). The Humanoid called ...
Robot looks like human created for Mars missions by Scottish scientistsMarket Business News
Humanoid robot Valkyrie arrives at Edinburgh UniversityBBC News
Humanoid robot developed by UK scientists for mission to Mars looks like it's walked straight off the set of Star WarsMirror.co.uk

all 28 news articles »
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