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The smart ideas that will define technology in 2020
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How to squeeze the most from your smartphone's battery
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How Can Consumers Stay Safe When Shopping Online?
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The best Google Assistant compatible tech to build out your smart home
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'Right to be forgotten' on Google only applies in EU, court rules
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Misconfigured Google Calendars leaking private information of thousands of users
Security researcher claims to have found more than 200 calendars leaking information that should be private.
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The smart ideas that will define technology in 2020
From bioengineering to sustainable investing, these are some of the big changes you can expect this year
Read more: wired.co.uk/

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