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It can be difficult to find a partner when you belong to a tiny minority. So Flat Earthers are turning to the internet – where, as one dating site proved, you never know who to trust

We've all suffered from patchy home Wi-Fi and we all know how enormously frustrating it is. To combat this problem mesh networks are an increasingly popular option, here are the best ones according to us

With improvements across the board, the Sony XM4s are our new favourite headphones bar none and, most importantly of all, they’re a joy to listen to

The first generation of craft beer drinkers have grown up: they want all the taste and none of the hangover. Now it's time for the indie brewers to rise to the challenge

Google's offices could stay empty until July 2021 and Facebook's could stay empty forever. For King's Cross, which was built as London's new tech hub, it's a problem

BlackBerry is back with a new BB-branded phone coming in 2021. But for some people, this beloved brand never went away

With an estimated 4.5 million followers worldwide, the race is on to trademark QAnon to sell Q-branded hats, T-shirts, mugs and consulting services

You should use Signal for any conversation where privacy matters – even if that’s just giving your family the shared Disney+ password

Worried Alexa is spying on you? Edward Snowden’s head can help. Made by artist May Safwat, Echo Chamber is designed to sit over a home voice assistant and block it from hearing you using a hidden copper cylinder

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In Hong Kong, protestors are using Animal Crossing to get their pro-democracy message heard. “Animal Crossing is a place without political censorship so it is a good place to continue our fight,” says pro-democracy activist @joshuawongcf 

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The era of genuinely wireless earphones is finally here

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The Strava heatmap data leak just got a whole lot worse: - The data can be de-anonymised - Includes names and running routes of people at high-security military facilities - A quick search shows the names of 50 US personnel at a base in Afghanistan

In August, 15-year-old @GretaThunberg  started a climate strike. She was all alone. Seven months later, over one million children in 125 countries joined her. This is the incredible story of how one teenager became the voice of the planet

iOS 10.2 will bring the facepalm emoji to iPhones and iPads

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Boris Johnson has been accused of lying, in court today, about the referendum claim that the UK sends £350 million to the EU each week. The case is the first of its kind and was completely crowdfunded. Here's how it reached this stage

Happy #AlienDay ! Ridley Scott's latest chapter in the franchise is set for release on May 19

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Wild vampire bats are flying in through windows and feeding on humans in Brazil

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