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NASA is launching the DART spacecraft to crash into an asteroid. Could it save us from armageddon?


Spotify, Snapchat and Google Cloud report outages


NASA Artemis Moon landing delayed by 'several years' as costs go 'underreported'


Europe's space sector seeks to boost commercialisation


Astronomers may have discovered the first planet outside of our galaxy


The Vikings settled in North America 500 years before Christopher Colombus, study reveals


Apple launches faster chips, MacBook Pro laptops and cheaper Airpods - what are the upgrades?


What is the metaverse and why is Facebook betting big on it?


Euronews Debates | Profit vs public good: How can innovation benefit everyone?


Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp down: How a social giant disappeared from the Internet


Russian actress and director en route to ISS for first movie shot in space


Facebook profits off hate and that's why it won't change, says whistleblower Frances Haugen


Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine awarded to David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian


La Palma volcano: How satellite imagery is helping us understand the eruption


iPhone 13 screen cracked? Here's how Apple stops Face ID working if you try to fix it yourself


The Antarctic ozone hole is among the largest on record, how does it affect me?


SpaceX launches 4 amateur astronauts in giant leap for space tourism


We need to remove emissions at a major scale: Is carbon capture the answer?


Apple iPhone iOS 14.8 patches security exploit used by Pegasus spyware


Twitter tests 'soft block' feature to remove unwanted followers as part of moves to improve privacy


First space, now immortality: Jeff Bezos reportedly invests in eternal life start-up Altos Labs


Ireland fines WhatsApp €225m for breaking EU data protection rules


Robots can trick us into thinking we are socially interacting and slow our reactions, scientists say


Tell Instagram your birthday or get blocked as app introduces age verification


Could Cardano’s 'green' cryptocurrency ADA take over Bitcoin and Ethereum?


More secure and better at correcting typos on your phone, can this Swiss start-up take on Google?


Apple to scan US iPhones for images of child sexual abuse


The ISS flipped 540 degrees in last week's Nauka thruster incident. NASA said it was only 45


Russian module knocks International Space Station out of position


Dutch data protection authority fines TikTok €750,000 over privacy flaw


British man arrested in Spain over alleged role in Twitter hack of high-profile accounts


Humans aren’t quite ready for a chatbot takeover, according to a new study


NASA and ESA to test nudging asteroids off collision course with Earth


Brussels launches antitrust probe into Google's digital ad tech practices


ISS astronauts make second spacewalk to install powerful solar panels


Macron: France will 'drive innovation ecosystem of Tech,' president tells Euronews Next


Watch: French and US astronauts spacewalk to install solar panel system on ISS


Tesla Plaid and Apple WWDC 2021: The biggest tech releases this week


Meat company JBS confirms it paid a $11 million ransom following its recent cyberattack


New falcon training device 'BerghWing' aims to revolutionise sport


The future is already here, get ready with the Euronews Next newsletter


US recovers most of Colonial Pipeline Bitcoin ransom following cyberattack


COVID pandemic's impact on work is 'cataclysmic,' says International Labour Market head


Google fined €220m by French competition watchdog over online advertising market


European privacy groups challenge facial scan firm Clearview


Sanofi/GSK launch Phase III trial of COVID-19 vaccine, will test efficacy against variants


Amazon is buying MGM, the studio behind James Bond, for €6.9 billion


Virgin Galactic makes its first New Mexico test flight to edge of space


Biochemist Karikó honoured in her Hungarian home town for COVID work


Computer games help children overcome pain from cancer treatment


    

2022-05-23 14:33:02