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Tech Roundup: 23rd February 2024

  • Publish Date: Posted about 2 months ago
  • Author:by VANRATH

​​Tech Roundup: 16th February 2024

VANRATH rounds up the latest tech news and trends you may have missed!

China tech firm claimed it could hack Foreign Office

A Chinese cyber security firm claimed it had the ability to hack the UK's Foreign Office, leaked documents suggest.

UK government agencies, think tanks, businesses and charities also appear in the leaked i-Soon data. The identity of the leaker is unknown.

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Reddit moves forward with share listing plan

Reddit is moving forward with a plan to sell shares to the public, almost 20 years after its start as an online message. It was valued at about $10bn in a private fundraising round in 2021, but the company has recorded losses every year since its start, including more than $90m last year.

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Wet iPhone not charging? Don't put it in a bag of rice - here's why...

For years, the common advice given after clumsy mishaps has been to leave the iPhone in a bag of rice to soak up any excess moisture, but according to recent advice from Apple, this technique is nothing more than an old wives' tale - and can actually do more harm than good.

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Human implanted with Neuralink brain chip 'can control computer mouse just by thinking', Elon Musk says

In the first update since January, Musk said the patient is making "good" progress. The billionaire hopes the technology will eventually be able to treat obesity, autism, depression, and schizophrenia.

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