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July 23, 2018 9:20 AM New MacBook Pro models face 'fatal data loss issue', according to reports

Data could be lost forever from Apple's new Touch Bar laptops because a recovery tool is now unusable, according to reports. The issue was reported over the weekend by the Apple-focused website, which noted how a design change in the 2018 model made the tech giant's special data recovery tool unusable. Although the issue does not make 2018 models 6

July 17, 2018 8:30 PM 'People will NOT accept it!' Tory MP ridicules Remainers' call to STAY in customs union

BREXITEER Tory MP John Redwood hit out at his Remainer colleagues during a heated Commons debate on Tuesday and said the British people will not accept MPs “higgling” their decision to leave the European Union. The Tory Brexiteer ridiculed Remainer plans for continued customs union membership after Brexit. Tory MPs Stephen Hammond and Nicky Morgan attempted 13

June 30, 2018 12:44 PM Belgian boy Laurent Simons heads off to university aged 8

A Belgian boy has graduated secondary school aged eight after completing six years' study in just a year and a half. Laurent Simons, whose father is Belgian and mother Dutch, and has an IQ of 145 according to his parents, collected a diploma with a class of 18-year-olds. Speaking to Belgium's RTBF radio, Laurent said his favourite subject was maths "because 10

June 18, 2018 11:23 AM 'I'm not in control of this plane': Qantas pilot reveals horror moment computers on flight QF72 broke down

A Qantas pilot has told of the harrowing moment his plane suddenly broke down and nosedived towards the Indian Ocean, injuring dozens of desperate passengers who thought they were going to die. Flight QF72 from Singapore to Perth in 2008 was smooth until a sudden computer malfunction off the coast of Western Australia. Warning lights flashed up in the cockpit 11

June 15, 2018 5:03 AM Mytham Primary School celebrates 50 years

The Mayor of Bolton Cllr Elaine Sherrington attended the anniversary event where she saw pupils from all year groups acros the school performing dances to the music of everything from the Beatles to Abba and beyond. The mayor saw a parade of the children including her own grandchildren William and Edward Simpkins who are pupils at the school. She also unveiled 4

June 14, 2018 4:19 AM World Cup 2018: Journalists face 'CYBER THREAT' and should prepare against 'BUGGED hotels'

JOURNALISTS can expect to face harassment and the threat of being targeted by cyber attacks while in Russia covering the World Cup, a shocking alert has claimed. The Committee for the Protection of Journalists (CPJ), an international not-for-profit organisation dedicated to defending freedom of the press, has released a safety alert to all reporters 32

June 7, 2018 8:19 AM The elderly parents’ guide to computers

This is easy because your son or daughter will set up the computer for you. Remember to drive them to distraction with questions like, “What’s Video X Pro? Where do you put the batteries in? What if a spider gets inside?” Once the computer is set up after considerable time and effort, show your gratitude by saying, “It all seems like a lot of fuss and bother 28

April 15, 2018 6:28 PM Multi-millionaire Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reveals his simple 'formula for happiness' that he devised aged 20 and claims he was driven more by laughing than by money

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says his simple formula for a successful life is his happiness, something he discovered when he was 20-years-old. 'If I died and had all this wealth and yachts and all this stuff, would I be as happy as when I laugh? And I thought about pranks I played and jokes I had told and music I would hear that would make me smile 37

April 6, 2018 3:36 PM Microsoft fraud foiled by Post Office staff

QUICK thinking by post office staff in Easingwold has alerted police to a fake Microsoft fraud. North Yorkshire Police said they noticed that two different customers within 24 hours asked them to transfer up to£4,000 to an unknown account in Poland via Moneygram. Staff refused to process both transactions and used the banking protocol to alert police 43


The 'high-tech utopia' of Songdo on South Korea's northeast coast was built from scratch and designed around technology (artist's impression) The 'high-tech utopia' of Songdo on South Korea's northeast coast was built from scratch and designed around technology, with computers built into its streets and condos to control traffic and let neighbours hold video 15