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New never before seen strain of coronavirus detected in this country
A country has located another new strain of coronavirus in four travelers this past Sunday. Now scientists have commented on it.
This new coronavirus strain is 'out of control', WHO says the opposite
The World Health Organization has recently said that this new coronavirus strain that is more infectious isn't out of control.
Pubs will now be closed at 10pm in this location due to coronavirus
As coronavirus cases are on the rise in this location, a new law has been implemented to close all pubs at exactly 10 pm.
UK reaches 'critical point' in coronavirus pandemic
The most senior scientist in the United Kingdom has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is going in the wrong direction.
Arrests conducted in Britain over malware-assisting website
Crime Agency blitz sees two UK youngsters arrested for assisting Malware to navigate anti-virus programs.
The British army has employed a whole batallion of Facebook Warriors
The British Army has just created a new 1,500-strong, 77th battalion - described as "Facebook Warriors"
The Royal Mail announces a consumer 3D-printing service
Britains Royal Mail offers customers the ability to 3D-print objects of choice and have them delivered to their door.
Technology companies begin favoring global Facebook pages
Technology companies come and go with their local Facebook pages - why is local better?
Secret GCHQ system can map web connections of entire countries
The British spy agency GCHQ can map internet connections of entire countries and log all of this data automatically in minutes, it has been revealed.
Northrop Grumman courts British kids for cyber warfare training
Global defense contractor Northrop Grumman has partnered with the British government to promote cyber defense as a career option among young people.
Distraught startups say London's so-called Tech City has dire internet
A special economic area dedicated to technology investment actually suffers from internet so bad it's an embarrassment, startups and a politician have said.
British woman called Skywalker refused a UK passport due to copyright
A woman has been refused a passport application because a British authority decided her middle name, Skywalker, infringed a copyright.
Driverless cars to hit public British roads in early 2015
Autonomous vehicles will begin running on Britain's public roads as early as 2015, with the UK also making funds available to researchers in the sector.
Brits overwhelmingly opt-in to porno since ISP web filters introduced
An official report reveals just how much of Britain is rejecting the UK government's default porn filters.
UK internet providers brand NSA, GCHQ villains at industry award show
The heavy hitting internet providers in Britain have slammed GCHQ and the NSA as being the biggest villains of the year for their work in surveillance.
Danish, US donors to the rescue as UK faces sperm shortage
There's been a drop in native sperm donors in the United Kingdom, leading to increased imports from the USA and Denmark.
UK PM's adviser urges Google to do more to curb online piracy
The British Prime Minister's intellectual property adviser has released a report urging Google and other search companies to do more to combat piracy.
British authorities shut the web's biggest Torrent search, Torrentz.EU
Following a series of warning letters, British authorities have suspended the domain for Torrentz.EU, the largest torrent search on the web.
Britain's drinking water has been contaminated with... cocaine
Cocaine has infiltrated Britain's drinking water, even after 'intensive purification treatments'
Britain's 5G Internet is so fast it'll download a movie in 1 second
UK Prime Minister David Cameron announces major deal with Germany to provide Britain with super-fast 5G Internet.
UK to require compulsory porn filters for any subscriber that has children
UK will require ISPs to implement compulsory filters for households with kids.
Hackers in the 'Anonymous' collective convicted for conspiring to attack websites
Christopher Weatherhead has been found guilty of conspiring to impair the operations of a computer.
BPI court order in England sees legal Pirate Bay-operated sites blocked by some ISPs
ISPs use BPI court order to block legitimate promobay.org website ran by Pirate Bay.
Apple paid just 2% corporation tax on their profits outside of the US
Apple paid only 2% of their corporate tax outside of the United States.
Samsung acquires British chipmaker CSR's mobile business for $310 million
Samsung acquires CSR's mobile business for $310 million.
A new UK law could give the gov. right to monitor communication and internet
Britain is trying to pass a law that would give the government snooping access to online activity w/