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Eclipse watchers 'will look at other world's sky'

A once-in-a-century total solar eclipse will make viewers feel like they are watching the spectacle from another planet, a NASA scientist has told Sky News. Parts of 14 US states will witness the natural phenomenon on Monday, while in the...

Scottish parliament cyberattack 'could last days'

A cyberattack on the Scottish parliament's IT systems could last several days, officials have warned. MSPs and staff were told some may be locked out of their email accounts after hackers launched a "brute force" cyberattack to crack passwords early...

Web hoster fights order to ID Trump protesters

A web hosting service is fighting a warrant ordering it to identify visitors to a site that encouraged protests against Donald Trump's inauguration. The US Department of Justice (DOJ) wants DreamHost to hand over the 1.3 million IP addresses of...

YouTube 'deleted Syrian war crime evidence'

YouTube has been criticised for deleting video evidence relating to potential war crimes in Syria as part of its work to remove terrorist content and propaganda from the platform. Thousands of videos have been uploaded to YouTube since 2011 giving...

Four arrested over Game Of Thrones leak

Four people have been arrested in India for leaking an episode of Game Of Thrones before it aired in the country. Authorities received a complaint and police have "arrested four individuals for unauthorised publication of the fourth episode from season...

Last chance to suggest NASA's message to Voyager 1

It's the final day for internet users to suggest a message for NASA to beam to the Voyager 1 space probe. The craft is currently almost 13 billion miles from Earth - making it the most distant human-made object ever. It...

NHS cyberattack hero pleads not guilty to US charges

The British security researcher who helped stop the NHS-crippling malware attack earlier this year has pleaded not guilty to hacking charges in the United States. According to his lawyers, Marcus Hutchins, from Devon, will "vigorously defend himself" and be "fully...

Uber drivers allowed tips and waiting charges

Uber users will be able to leave drivers a tip via the ride-hailing company's smartphone app - but could also now be charged for keeping cabs waiting. The firm has announced a number of changes aimed at appeasing drivers, including...

Game of Clones: Police cracking down on piracy

Police are developing new techniques to disrupt piracy online as illegal streams and legitimate viewership figures for Game of Thrones both break record levels. Last week's episode of Games of Thrones was viewed by even more people globally than the...

Neo-Nazi site given 24 hours after Heyer post

GoDaddy has said it will no longer host neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer following outcry over an article that mocked Heather Heyer. Ms Heyer, 32, was killed when a car was driven into a crowd at a counter-protest responding to...

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Ten Egyptian soldiers killed in Sinai bombings

Ten Egyptian soldiers have been killed by two bomb explosions during an operation against jihadist militants in the Sinai peninsula, the military says.The bombs...

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