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Jailed mothers: The 'terrible damage' to children
With 17,000 children a year separated from jailed mothers in England and Wales, some MPs want change.
[BBC News UK]

Analysis: Hong Kong's future at risk in wider fight
Hong Kong's survival as a global financial hub can no longer be taken for granted. The extradition battle being fought out on the streets of Wan Chai is inextricably tied to the larger Sino-US struggle for superpower hegemony.The...
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Telekom buys 5G frequencies at auction
Finally, the new mobile radio standard 5G will be launched in Germany. Telekom has bought frequencies worth 2.17 billion euros. The company has secured 4 frequency blocks in the 2 gigahertz band and 9 frequency packages in the 3.6 gigahertz band. "We received the spectrum we wanted. After a (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Telekom buys 5G frequencies at auction
Finally, the new mobile radio standard 5G will be launched in Germany. Telekom has bought frequencies worth 2.17 billion euros. The company has secured 4 frequency blocks in the 2 gigahertz band and 9 frequency packages in the 3.6 gigahertz band. "We received the spectrum we wanted. After a (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Media blackout: The huge story China doesn't want you to read
The scale of the Hong Kong protests can most accurately be captured from above. Videos and photographs of the millions of people marching through the streets of the former British colony on Sunday show the massive swell of people...
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Spotify's 'Your Library' Refresh: What You Need to Know
We're introducing a new version of Your Library to Premium users that mixes form with function. Everything about the reimagined Library is designed to get you to the content you want faster. It also makes getting started and staying up-to-date with podcasts on Spotify a seamless, personalized (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Apple Xinyi A13 opens Saturday in Taipei
Apple Xinyi A13 will open Saturday in Taipei's bustling Xinyi district. At Apple's latest store in Taiwan, customers can explore Apple's full line of products, take their creativity further and get technical advice and support. For the first time, Apple will host artist-led Today at Apple (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Airbnb Adventures: App wants to take you 'around the world in 80 days'
Just over a decade ago the Airbnb website started listing holiday lets. Eight years later the company put out an exploratory venture into local tourism with Airbnb Experiences. Now Airbnb is getting adventurous.From today the (...)
[nzherald.co.nz - travel]

Riot Games told to hand over gender pay data
Californian regulators want more detail about how much men and women are paid at the games studio.
[BBC News]

Riot Games told to hand over gender pay data
Californian regulators want more detail about how much men and women are paid at the games studio.
[BBC]

Intel Announces New Chief People Officer Sandra Rivera
Intel has announced that Sandra Rivera will take on a new role as the company's Chief People Officer and executive vice president, reporting to CEO Bob Swan. She will lead the human resources organization and serve as steward of Intel's culture evolution as it transforms to a data-centric (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

E3: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order makers don’t want to ‘screw up’
The makers of Jedi: Fallen Order on the pressures of working in a galaxy far, far away.
[BBC]

E3: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order makers don’t want to ‘screw up’
The makers of Jedi: Fallen Order on the pressures of working in a galaxy far, far away.
[BBC News]

Ocado invests £17m in 'vertical' farms
The food delivery giant wants vegetables grown on the farms to be delivered within an hour of being picked.
[BBC News]

Ocado invests £17m in 'vertical' farms
The food delivery giant wants vegetables grown on the farms to be delivered within an hour of being picked.
[BBC]

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