News
News
Amazon unveils flying Ring security drone and Luna games service
One privacy campaign group says it is Amazon's "most chilling home surveillance product" yet.
NHS Covid-19 app: One million downloads of contact tracer for England and Wales
Users are being urged to install the app to protect themselves and others against the resurgent virus.
NHS Covid-19 app: How to install and use it
This guide explains how to install the NHS Covid-19 app on Android smartphones and iPhones.
Facebook 'Supreme Court' to begin work before US Presidential vote
The company's oversight board - which can overrule Mark Zuckerberg - begins work in mid-October.
Google removes Uluru virtual walk from Street View
Parks Australia had requested user-generated images from the sacred site be immediately removed.
Apple App Store faces coalition of unhappy developers
Spotify, Epic Games and others unite to campaign against the tech giant's app policies.
NHS Covid-19 app: How England and Wales' contact-tracing service works
The app will tell you to self-isolate or be tested or warn of an elevated local risk level.
Sequel to hit game Among Us cancelled
The developers of the space-themed mystery game now say they want to focus on making the original better.
Advertisers strike social media deal over hate speech
Advertisers agree standards with Facebook, Twitter and YouTube over harmful content issues.
Musk: Cheaper Tesla ready 'in about three years'
Plans for lower-cost batteries and a $25,000 car failed to excite investors and firm's value fell by $50bn.
Huawei: 'Survival is the goal' as it stockpiles chips
The Chinese company is facing major shortages amid the latest US trade restrictions.
Facebook shuts down 150 fake Chinese accounts
Some used artificial intelligence to make profile pics and posted content about the US election.
Hancock: 'Upgrade' may be needed to access NHS Covid app
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he understood "the challenges" around downloading the NHS Covid-19 app.
Facebook Oversight Board plans to take time over rulings
Former Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt says her panel will take its time over takedown rulings.
Theatres look to tech to keep performing
Technology is now trying to fill the void until actors can begin treading the boards again.
The tech putting the beef into Australian cattle farming
Why Australia's huge farms are increasingly relying on technology to monitor their livestock.
Social media 'a blessing and a curse' for Little Mix
The band say the pressures associated with an online presence can be harmful to young people's mental health.
Friend challenges Facebook over Ronnie McNutt suicide video
Videos of army veteran Ronnie McNutt's online suicide are still accessible on the internet.
'Lack of investment' behind delayed court cases
Court cases face serious delays in the UK and lawyers say more investment in technology would help.
Super Mario at 35: 'The little plumber who defined a genre'
Battling Bowser, protecting Peach, what makes Mario magical as he celebrates 35 years?
'They used my picture and I should've got paid for it'
Some call them copyright trolls, but these companies say they defend photographers' rights.
PS5 vs Xbox Series X: How do they compare?
Who will win the console war this Christmas? We take a look at the new Xbox and Playstation.

Address Information

Ethical IT Recycling Unit 9 Hart Street, Blackburn BB1 1HW

0844 808 2124

Newsletter Registration

Keep up to date with all the news from Ethical IT Recycling. We promise not to fill your inbox with junk and we won't pass your details on to anybody else without your permission.