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YouTube Premium to rival Spotify and Netflix with ad-free subscription coming to UK

YouTube is launching new subscription services for music and video to challenge Spotify and Netflix and attract more paying users. The new ad-free $12 (£9) video service will be called YouTube Premium, replacing Google’s YouTube Red, and will include a music streaming service called YouTube Music. The service will come without advertising …

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Vatican tells nuns to limit time on social media or risk being ‘distracted by noises and news’ 

The Vatican has told nuns to limit time spent poring over social media so they are no longer distracted by “noises, news and words”. A legislative document, published by Rome’s office for religious life, highlights concerns that social media “in all the variety in which it is presented today”, is taking …

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In the lab with Xbox’s new Adaptive Controller, which may change gaming forever

A look inside the Xbox Inclusive Tech Lab as they reveal their new controller with improved accessibility. (Captions available.) REDMOND, Washington—The Xbox Adaptive Controller (XAC), slated to launch “later this year,” looks almost incomplete at first glance. The clean, confusing-looking slab, nearly the length and width of an Xbox One …

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It has been a bad week for encrypted messaging and it’s only Wednesday

The past three days have highlighted the potential perils that can threaten people who rely on desktop computers to send encrypted messages. The events—which involve encrypted email and the desktop versions of the Signal and Telegram messaging programs—should in no way discourage people from using encryption. They do, however, provide …

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Bipartisan pair of senators blast plan to end space station in seven years

Enlarge / Sen. Ted Cruz, right, and Sen. Bill Nelson (background) both support extending ISS operations beyond 2025. At one point on Wednesday afternoon, US Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) turned to his counterpart from Florida, Democrat Bill Nelson, and spoke of their mutual preference for continuing federal funding for the International Space …

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Company used by police, prisons to find any mobile device breached (again)

Enlarge / Usernames, passwords, emails, and phone numbers of thousands of users of a system designed to investigate prisoners’ phone calls were allegedly exposed in a hack, details leaked to Motherboard suggest. Securus Technologies Securus Technologies—the company that provides a geolocation service used for cell phone tracking by law enforcement …

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