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How to watch YouTube on an Apple Watch with new app

The Apple Watch is a great tool for fitness, notifications and responding to calls and messages. But have you ever thought about watching video on it? Probably not. Nevertheless, thanks to the launch of a new app you can turn the 1.9-inch screen on the latest Apple Watch Series 7 into a tiny YouTube window. A new app called WatchTube […]

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Some of Britain's earliest humans apparently settled in Canterbury

The Canterbury suburbs were home to some of Britain’s earliest humans, new discoveries have revealed. The research confirms that Homo heidelbergensis, an ancestor of Neanderthals, occupied southern Britain between 560,000 and 620,000 years ago, when it was still attached to Europe. This makes it one of the earliest known Palaeolithic sites in northern Europe. Archaeological finds made on the outskirts […]

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Scottish scientists are working on algorithms to banish cyber trolls

Scientists in Scotland are working on creating new computer algorithms aimed at curtailing cyberbullying, online trolling and abuse. Researchers at the National Robotarium, which involves Heriot-Watt University and the University of Edinburgh, are working on using advanced ‘machine learning’ algorithms to significantly improve the detection of online abuse. The project, which has been awarded £1 million funding from UK Research […]

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Elon Musk wonders if TikTok is 'destroying civilization'

Elon Musk is thinking out loud on Twitter again and this time he is questioning if TikTok is ‘destroying civilization’. ‘Is TikTok destroying civilisation? Some people think so. Or perhaps social media in general,’ Musk tweeted over the weekend. The billionaire’s tweet came after he brought up the short-form video app at last week’s company-wide town hall meeting with Twitter staff […]

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