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OneWeb emerges from bankruptcy, aims to begin launching satellites again on December 17

OneWeb emerges from bankruptcy, aims to begin launching satellites again on December 17 Broadband communication satellite company OneWeb has emerged from its Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection status, the company announced today. It’s now also officially owned by a consortium consisting of the UK government and India’s Bharti Global, and Neil Masterson is […]

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Quantum photonics startup Nu Quantum raises £2.1M from Amadeus Capital Partners

Quantum photonics startup Nu Quantum raises £2.1M from Amadeus Capital Partners For Quantum cryptography and simulation to become real, the technology requires high-performance light-emitting and light-detecting components that operate at the single-photon level and at ambient temperature. One of the few companies operating in this rarified arena is Nu Quantum, the quantum […]

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CarbonChain is using AI to determine the emissions profile of the world’s biggest polluters

CarbonChain is using AI to determine the emissions profile of the world’s biggest polluters It was the Australian bush fire that finally did it. For twelve years Adam Hearne had worked at companies which represented some of the world’s largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions. First at Rio Tinto, one of the […]

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Scotland spaceport gets full approval, will be able to host up to 12 launches per year

Scotland spaceport gets full approval, will be able to host up to 12 launches per year Scotland’s first proposed spaceport has been fully approved to proceed with construction and operation (via The Northern Times). The facility, which will be built in northern Sutherland on a peninsula that extends into the North Atlantic. […]

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UK eyeing disclosure labels for online political campaigning

UK eyeing disclosure labels for online political campaigning The UK government is considering changes to the law that would require online political campaign material to carry labels disclosing who is promoting and funding the messaging. The proposal, which is being put through a public consultation until November, follows years of warnings over […]

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UK commits to redesign visa streaming algorithm after challenge to ‘racist’ tool

UK commits to redesign visa streaming algorithm after challenge to ‘racist’ tool The UK government is suspending the use of an algorithm used to stream visa applications after concerns were raised the technology bakes in unconscious bias and racism. The tool had been the target of a legal challenge. The Joint Council […]

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UK gov’t asleep at the wheel on Russia cyber ops threat, report warns

UK gov’t asleep at the wheel on Russia cyber ops threat, report warns The UK lacks a comprehensive and cohesive high level strategy to respond to the cyber threat posed by Russia and other hostile states using online disinformation and influence ops to target democratic institutions and values, a parliamentary committee has […]

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Russian cyberops are targeting COVID-19 vaccine R&D, intelligence agencies warn

Russian cyberops are targeting COVID-19 vaccine R&D, intelligence agencies warn Western intelligence agencies say they’ve found evidence that Russian cyber espionage is targeting efforts to develop a coronavirus vaccine in a number of countries. In an advisory report, the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) said the Russia-linked cyber espionage group commonly […]

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UK U-turns on Huawei and 5G, giving operators until 2027 to rip out existing kit

UK U-turns on Huawei and 5G, giving operators until 2027 to rip out existing kit The UK government has confirmed a widely expected U-turn related to “high risk” 5G vendors linked to the Chinese state — attributing the policy shift to the US recently imposing tighter sanctions on Huawei’s access to its […]

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Review: Handsome and nippy, new VanMoof e-bikes could be the shape of cities to come

Review: Handsome and nippy, new VanMoof e-bikes could be the shape of cities to come I have to admit, I was an e-bike virgin. Sure, I’d tried out Uber’s Jump bikes and similar e-bikes, but these are more like normal bikes “with a little extra help.” So when I was offered the […]

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